Minimal nativity scene
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The members of the “Buchstabenmuseum” society have made it their business to keep those old signs, which formerly have given public space its determined appearance, as pieces of an exhibition “alive”. At the moment the museum is moving to a new location. On 12/6/2013 at 7pm the new home for the letters will be inaugurated near the Alexanderplatz. Regular exhibition starts on 12/7/2013. The signs have been partly donated but have also very often been saved from scrapping etc. by the society members, after negotiating with the respective owners. New members, donated money and photos of signs, independent of languages and scripts, along with contacts to the owners are welcome. Further on the museum still is in need of a final location.
Copyright of photos:
- 1 Peter Kloser
- 2 Michael Setzpfandt
- 3 Ralf Hiemisch
- 4-10 Peter Kloser
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A small sampling of the beautiful photographs by Jeremi Bourassa, I don’t know why his work reminded me of the quote “We are homesick most for the places we have never known.” by Carson McCullers, but for me it kind of sums up what I feel when I look at his photographs. I think they are great, check out his blog!
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Last week we spotted a really awesome book project from Minneapolis, USA. Type Capsule is made by Jeongho Park and shows us which fontfaces will survive the future. The book has won the red dot design award and is highly recommended in the web. Therefore we are really proud that Jeongho sent it to us.
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No one can keep track of how many people use Internet, how many machines it can reach or even how many sub- and sub-sub-networks form a part of it. The “backbone” of the network—major electronic corridors established by the Department of Defense, the National Science Foundation and others—is obvious enough, but like the interstate highway system, it leads to successively smaller local byways and obscure private roads.
How The Washington Post wrote about the internet in 1988. (via shortformblog)
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The Temper Trap /// Sweet Disposition
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My father used to say, ‘Don’t raise your voice. Improve your argument.’
Archbishop Desmond Tutu (via 48960)
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Black Friday special! All of our albums are available for FREE download for the next two days at our Bandcamp site.
Listen/purchase: Mavericks by Work Drugs
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Cassette Label Posters - Don’t Forget The Cassette
Everybody loves a good poster, they speak on your behalf and display a fraction of your identity and character. What about a poster that pays homage to the long gone days of Cassettes and their beautifully simple and minimal design. Neil Stevens’ series of prints Don’t Forget The Cassette celebrates the aesthetics of the age of the mixtape, turning their bold colours and simple typography into really nice prints.
This project started with an idea to fill my loft studio wall space. I often thought how there’s a lot of talk about vinyl and the growing revival of that format. This lead me to explore the graphics and layout of cassette inlay designs. – Neil Stevens
These prints are perfect for those who want their living room to represent the nostalgic times past. Available in eight different designs all bursting with retro colour and style these can be purchased A3, perfect for the ‘mancave’.
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Land Cycles, Filippo Armellin
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