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I really like this gif. It is so simple yet seems kind of complex. I really like…

I really like this gif. It is so simple yet seems kind of complex. I really like…

Yayoi Kusama Returns to New York with a New Show at David Zwirner

Yayoi Kusama Returns to New York with a New Show at David Zwirner

Stained Glass Window Graffiti by Banksy. Click on the image to learn about…

Stained Glass Window Graffiti by Banksy. Click on the image to learn about…

ebriosity: 6.25.15 - journal“Being is strange, but wonderful...

ebriosity: 6.25.15 - journal“Being is strange, but wonderful...

Illuminated, interactive clouds and giant lampshades attract attention at Lux Helsinki via Frameweb.com

Illuminated, interactive clouds and giant lampshades attract attention at Lux Helsinki via Frameweb.com

Poster by ISO50/Scott Hanson

Poster by ISO50/Scott Hanson

Franco Grignani — Today’s Italian Publicity and Graphic Design (1967). This site has some other cool poster designs as well.

Franco Grignani — Today’s Italian Publicity and Graphic Design (1967). This site has some other cool poster designs as well.

Prampolini designed the newspaper Futurisimo, edited by Marinetti and Somenzi 1933. Futurism graphics idealized Mussolini in many of their publications.

Prampolini designed the newspaper Futurisimo, edited by Marinetti and Somenzi 1933. Futurism graphics idealized Mussolini in many of their publications.

"A record player created from a piece of corrugated cardboard that folds into an envelope. Once assembled, a record can be spun on the player with a pencil. The vibrations go through the needle and are amplified in the cardboard material. The players were sent to creative directors across North America as a creative demonstration of GGRP's sound engineering capabilities."

"A record player created from a piece of corrugated cardboard that folds into an envelope. Once assembled, a record can be spun on the player with a pencil. The vibrations go through the needle and are amplified in the cardboard material. The players were sent to creative directors across North America as a creative demonstration of GGRP's sound engineering capabilities."