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Archive for July 2008

A Place for Science
Photography + Science + My Favourite Photographer = Awesome!

Ever needed a way to say “Thank You” more exquisitely?

Well, you can always give a Thank You Card

Type

Posted on: July 19, 2008

What do you do when you want to find out more about typography?

You read a blog of course.

Well this site is not just solely about type, there are beautiful graphic design in the form of stamps as well as book covers

more on typography here

Don’t we all just wanna dance? 

A musical collaboration featuring Santogold, Julian Casablancas, N.E.R.D and produced by Pharrell

As can be expected by Pharell great groovy beats and a funky tune to boot. Just AWESOME.

Now for these we have to thank Converse.

Now, we have all heard about feed readers but how about a “creative” feed reader for a change. This is where you will find creativescrape a very useful site for inspirations but don’t get addicted else you won’t get any work done.

Created by Amy Hoy & Thomas Fuchs (Design Junkies & Ninja Consultants)

If only all advertisement were so interesting, I wouldn’t mind watching TV.

Created by W+K Tokyo.

Creative Team: Driscoll & Hutch

Directed by: Andrew Hall

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An interview with Martha Cooper, a photographer who documented the urban arts scene of New York in the 70’s & 80’s. Hip hop & graffiti is a really interesting subject especially when viewed retrospectively.

Source: Current TV


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