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fastcompany:

Kids Need A Flashlight To Read This Adorable Pop-up Book

Motion Silhouette tells a story through its shadows.

Reading by flashlight when you’re supposed to be asleep is practically a rite of passage for kids. An adorable new children’s book celebrates that tradition.

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agritecture:

K11 shopping mall in #Japan 

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agritecture:

K11 shopping mall in #Japan

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9prodlums:

Polygons measuring spoon

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thedsgnblog:

Fork    |    http://madebyfork.ru

"Mary Wong is the chain of noodle bars from Rostov-on-Don. It’s the place where noodle is made with Asian accuracy and American spirit."

Fork is a group of young designers based in Moscow, Russia. They have their own view of things and they want to share it with everyone. Their goal is to make the world more meaningful and beautiful. They love (and are able) to work on corporate identity, packaging, websites, typography, interiors and installations. For any problem, they come from different perspectives and control the whole process, from sketches to construction.

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thisbigcity:

That’s a lot of grass. Just imagine what could be done with all that space!
Have your own #citydata you’d like to share with the world?  Send it our way! 

thisbigcity:

That’s a lot of grass. Just imagine what could be done with all that space!

Have your own #citydata you’d like to share with the world?  Send it our way

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bumblebee907:

martinekenblog:

Universal wrapping paper

OK, that’s awesome

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arkiiv:

peter zumthor

hortus conclusus

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99percentinvisible:

The peace clock. One of the winners of the New York Public Design Commission.

cross-connect:

Derailing my train of thought by Thomas Wightman, graphic designer from Edinburgh, UK.

Book Sculpture to convey the effects of OCD on a persons life using the metaphor of a derailing train.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

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