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Experimental typography from New Yorker Magazine  http://www.lostateminor.com/2012/02/21/sam-winstons-spreads-for-the-new-york-times-magazine/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=586&utm_content=586+CID_8f9685f7a701b48bd5c0c86e4841534b&utm_source=newsletter&utm_term=Read+more#more-88366

Experimental typography from New Yorker Magazine http://www.lostateminor.com/2012/02/21/sam-winstons-spreads-for-the-new-york-times-magazine/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=586&utm_content=586+CID_8f9685f7a701b48bd5c0c86e4841534b&utm_source=newsletter&utm_term=Read+more#more-88366

Almighty / Demian Conrad Design / "Almighty is a company specializing in interior design and home staging that needed a flexible and contemporary approach to its identity while still maintaining its classic traditions. We focused on the idea of decoration, and after some research we found an analogy between book covers and wallpaper. We set about creating a pattern of organic shapes using the Japanese technique of Suminagashi marbling" / #generative #analog

Almighty / Demian Conrad Design / "Almighty is a company specializing in interior design and home staging that needed a flexible and contemporary approach to its identity while still maintaining its classic traditions. We focused on the idea of decoration, and after some research we found an analogy between book covers and wallpaper. We set about creating a pattern of organic shapes using the Japanese technique of Suminagashi marbling" / #generative #analog

Paris designer Jimbo Barbu creates cool experimental posters for club nights and exhibitions | Pulse Report Blog

Paris designer Jimbo Barbu creates cool experimental posters for club nights and exhibitions | Pulse Report Blog

This photo manipulation is very well done and visually interesting. The image has a great deal of movement and resembles a disturbance in the individual similarly to ripples in water after the stillness is disturbed. It thrives in black and white because it takes on an edgy feel and the dark darks contrast nicely with the bright whites.

This photo manipulation is very well done and visually interesting. The image has a great deal of movement and resembles a disturbance in the individual similarly to ripples in water after the stillness is disturbed. It thrives in black and white because it takes on an edgy feel and the dark darks contrast nicely with the bright whites.

I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead; I lift my eyes and all is born again. - Sylvia Plath Illustration by (yet) unknown artist