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Packaging porn makes cold brew craveable in the throes of winter. 
From slingshot coffee company. Packaging porn makes cold brew craveable in the throes of winter. 
From slingshot coffee company. 

Packaging porn makes cold brew craveable in the throes of winter. 

From slingshot coffee company

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My mom had explained to me the concept of 有, 好, 美—having something, having a good thing, and finally, having a beautiful thing. ”

Simple visualizations of What Love Looks Like.

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"If you’re a curious person, you’re constantly chewing away at this visual language that surrounds you."

Eight Herman Miller designers talk about “Why Design?”

from agencyspy.

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Fat or Fiction »

Simple, clean design that plots food & nutrition info into infographics.

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Anxiously awaiting these bad boys!

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Future bed.
from ffffound.Future bed.
from ffffound.

Future bed.

from ffffound.

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Think with your hands. 
LEGO x Moleskine.
From designyoutrust.Think with your hands. 
LEGO x Moleskine.
From designyoutrust.

Think with your hands. 

LEGO x Moleskine.

From designyoutrust.

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City Cab Posters by Mehmet Gozetlik.
Via Trendland.City Cab Posters by Mehmet Gozetlik.
Via Trendland.

City Cab Posters by Mehmet Gozetlik.

Via Trendland.

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Here & There by Jack Schulze, James King and Campbell Orme, part of MoMA’s Talk To Me exhibit.
“In this horizonless perspective, the streets of New York suddenly fold upward, creating a double view of the city. BERG’s Here & There map of Manhattan is inspired by gaming technology, satellites, and, the designers say, the idea that “the ability to be in a city and to see through it is a superpower, and it’s how maps should work.” The maps, created using sophisticated modeling software, start in the foreground with a three-dimensional image of buildings that graphically bends as the buildings extend into the distance, thus displaying remote areas of the city in plan view. This puts the viewer in two places at once, above and in the city, able to visualize urban space as a continuous medium.”Here & There by Jack Schulze, James King and Campbell Orme, part of MoMA’s Talk To Me exhibit.
“In this horizonless perspective, the streets of New York suddenly fold upward, creating a double view of the city. BERG’s Here & There map of Manhattan is inspired by gaming technology, satellites, and, the designers say, the idea that “the ability to be in a city and to see through it is a superpower, and it’s how maps should work.” The maps, created using sophisticated modeling software, start in the foreground with a three-dimensional image of buildings that graphically bends as the buildings extend into the distance, thus displaying remote areas of the city in plan view. This puts the viewer in two places at once, above and in the city, able to visualize urban space as a continuous medium.”

Here & There by Jack Schulze, James King and Campbell Orme, part of MoMA’s Talk To Me exhibit.

In this horizonless perspective, the streets of New York suddenly fold upward, creating a double view of the city. BERG’s Here & There map of Manhattan is inspired by gaming technology, satellites, and, the designers say, the idea that “the ability to be in a city and to see through it is a superpower, and it’s how maps should work.” The maps, created using sophisticated modeling software, start in the foreground with a three-dimensional image of buildings that graphically bends as the buildings extend into the distance, thus displaying remote areas of the city in plan view. This puts the viewer in two places at once, above and in the city, able to visualize urban space as a continuous medium.”

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(En)tangled Word Bank by Greg McInerny and Stefanie Posavec, from Talk To Me exhibition at MoMA. 
"This visual comparison of the six editions of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species shows the changes Darwin made to the texts during his lifetime. Using data from online versions of the books, the designers created six wheels, each representing a different edition, with each chapter divided into sub-chapters, paragraphs (represented by a leaf shape), and sentences (represented by a smaller “leaflet”). The sentences are colored blue or orange based on whether or not they will appear in the next edition—on whether or not they will survive. Changes representing scientific advances, adjustments in the author’s thought process, and conflicting sections in the text become apparent, with subtleties as well as major changes immediately revealed.”(En)tangled Word Bank by Greg McInerny and Stefanie Posavec, from Talk To Me exhibition at MoMA. 
"This visual comparison of the six editions of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species shows the changes Darwin made to the texts during his lifetime. Using data from online versions of the books, the designers created six wheels, each representing a different edition, with each chapter divided into sub-chapters, paragraphs (represented by a leaf shape), and sentences (represented by a smaller “leaflet”). The sentences are colored blue or orange based on whether or not they will appear in the next edition—on whether or not they will survive. Changes representing scientific advances, adjustments in the author’s thought process, and conflicting sections in the text become apparent, with subtleties as well as major changes immediately revealed.”

(En)tangled Word Bank by Greg McInerny and Stefanie Posavec, from Talk To Me exhibition at MoMA. 

"This visual comparison of the six editions of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species shows the changes Darwin made to the texts during his lifetime. Using data from online versions of the books, the designers created six wheels, each representing a different edition, with each chapter divided into sub-chapters, paragraphs (represented by a leaf shape), and sentences (represented by a smaller “leaflet”). The sentences are colored blue or orange based on whether or not they will appear in the next edition—on whether or not they will survive. Changes representing scientific advances, adjustments in the author’s thought process, and conflicting sections in the text become apparent, with subtleties as well as major changes immediately revealed.”

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Linje Espresso maker.
From Moco Design.Linje Espresso maker.
From Moco Design.

Linje Espresso maker.

From Moco Design.

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The aptly named PCH Series pulls inspiration from the breezy Pacific Coast Highway.
from PCH SeriesThe aptly named PCH Series pulls inspiration from the breezy Pacific Coast Highway.
from PCH Series

The aptly named PCH Series pulls inspiration from the breezy Pacific Coast Highway.

from PCH Series

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Project Diversities is a fashion/art project run by Off The Rakk Global Network™. Weve selected illustrators - all with their strong and distinct trademarks, to create artworks of the same object/ model.”

from designyourfashion

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