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My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia

At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below.

"My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith

These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

Watch:
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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells

This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Sign Painters Documentary by Faythe Levine & Sam Macon

As someone who want’s to really get into traditional hand lettering this documentary is something I’m looking forward to immensely. If you’re interested in typography and design in general I highly recommend watching the trailer which is embedded below. More information about the movie, as well as the Sign Painters book, can be found with the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |

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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 

This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]

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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal

Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]

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Watches by AÃRK Collective
Beautifully designed and produced these wonderfully simplistic watches caught my eye instantly. For me, clean minimalist design truly is the best design and that seems to be the case here. Every single watch created by AÃRK is stunning, and although small the entire range has something for everyone. If you’re interested you can find all the information needed in the links below, and you can purchase one for yourself here.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |
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Watches by AÃRK Collective
Beautifully designed and produced these wonderfully simplistic watches caught my eye instantly. For me, clean minimalist design truly is the best design and that seems to be the case here. Every single watch created by AÃRK is stunning, and although small the entire range has something for everyone. If you’re interested you can find all the information needed in the links below, and you can purchase one for yourself here.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |
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Watches by AÃRK Collective
Beautifully designed and produced these wonderfully simplistic watches caught my eye instantly. For me, clean minimalist design truly is the best design and that seems to be the case here. Every single watch created by AÃRK is stunning, and although small the entire range has something for everyone. If you’re interested you can find all the information needed in the links below, and you can purchase one for yourself here.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |
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Watches by AÃRK Collective
Beautifully designed and produced these wonderfully simplistic watches caught my eye instantly. For me, clean minimalist design truly is the best design and that seems to be the case here. Every single watch created by AÃRK is stunning, and although small the entire range has something for everyone. If you’re interested you can find all the information needed in the links below, and you can purchase one for yourself here.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |
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Watches by AÃRK Collective
Beautifully designed and produced these wonderfully simplistic watches caught my eye instantly. For me, clean minimalist design truly is the best design and that seems to be the case here. Every single watch created by AÃRK is stunning, and although small the entire range has something for everyone. If you’re interested you can find all the information needed in the links below, and you can purchase one for yourself here.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |
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Watches by AÃRK Collective
Beautifully designed and produced these wonderfully simplistic watches caught my eye instantly. For me, clean minimalist design truly is the best design and that seems to be the case here. Every single watch created by AÃRK is stunning, and although small the entire range has something for everyone. If you’re interested you can find all the information needed in the links below, and you can purchase one for yourself here.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |
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Watches by AÃRK Collective

Beautifully designed and produced these wonderfully simplistic watches caught my eye instantly. For me, clean minimalist design truly is the best design and that seems to be the case here. Every single watch created by AÃRK is stunning, and although small the entire range has something for everyone. If you’re interested you can find all the information needed in the links below, and you can purchase one for yourself here.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter |

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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson

These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]

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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr

This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]

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Hidden Typography by MountStar
These amazing animated typographic pieces are created by the Japanese motion graphic designer known as MountStar. Unfortunately tumblr is excessively restrictive on GIF file sizes and as all of these fascinating animations are over 2mb I am unable to upload them and I had to resort to still images instead. However I have embedded the animations below in the caption so that you can check them out for yourself.

Artists: | Behance | Vimeo | Tumblr |

GIF Animations: They may take a moment to load and be a little glitchy to begin with.
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Hidden Typography by MountStar
These amazing animated typographic pieces are created by the Japanese motion graphic designer known as MountStar. Unfortunately tumblr is excessively restrictive on GIF file sizes and as all of these fascinating animations are over 2mb I am unable to upload them and I had to resort to still images instead. However I have embedded the animations below in the caption so that you can check them out for yourself.

Artists: | Behance | Vimeo | Tumblr |

GIF Animations: They may take a moment to load and be a little glitchy to begin with.
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Hidden Typography by MountStar
These amazing animated typographic pieces are created by the Japanese motion graphic designer known as MountStar. Unfortunately tumblr is excessively restrictive on GIF file sizes and as all of these fascinating animations are over 2mb I am unable to upload them and I had to resort to still images instead. However I have embedded the animations below in the caption so that you can check them out for yourself.

Artists: | Behance | Vimeo | Tumblr |

GIF Animations: They may take a moment to load and be a little glitchy to begin with.
Zoom Info
Hidden Typography by MountStar
These amazing animated typographic pieces are created by the Japanese motion graphic designer known as MountStar. Unfortunately tumblr is excessively restrictive on GIF file sizes and as all of these fascinating animations are over 2mb I am unable to upload them and I had to resort to still images instead. However I have embedded the animations below in the caption so that you can check them out for yourself.

Artists: | Behance | Vimeo | Tumblr |

GIF Animations: They may take a moment to load and be a little glitchy to begin with.
Zoom Info

Hidden Typography by MountStar

These amazing animated typographic pieces are created by the Japanese motion graphic designer known as MountStar. Unfortunately tumblr is excessively restrictive on GIF file sizes and as all of these fascinating animations are over 2mb I am unable to upload them and I had to resort to still images instead. However I have embedded the animations below in the caption so that you can check them out for yourself.

Artists: | Behance | Vimeo | Tumblr |

GIF Animations: They may take a moment to load and be a little glitchy to begin with.

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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










Must Watch:
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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










Must Watch:
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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










Must Watch:
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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










Must Watch:
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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham

This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.

Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]

Must Watch:

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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi

There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]

(Source: myedol.com)

Sony Music Timeline by Alex Fowkes
"The Sony Music Timeline celebrates 125 years of musical history covering almost 150 square meters of wall space in Sony’s Derry Street offices. Using just CNC cut vinyl as the sole medium, 54 columns measuring over 2 meters tall cover feature nearly 1000 of Sony Music’s signed artists from 1887 to the present day."
Videos to demonstrate the work are embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Portfolio | [via: Whu Dat]

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Bonus Time Lapse:
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Sony Music Timeline by Alex Fowkes
"The Sony Music Timeline celebrates 125 years of musical history covering almost 150 square meters of wall space in Sony’s Derry Street offices. Using just CNC cut vinyl as the sole medium, 54 columns measuring over 2 meters tall cover feature nearly 1000 of Sony Music’s signed artists from 1887 to the present day."
Videos to demonstrate the work are embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Portfolio | [via: Whu Dat]

Must Watch:

Bonus Time Lapse:
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Sony Music Timeline by Alex Fowkes
"The Sony Music Timeline celebrates 125 years of musical history covering almost 150 square meters of wall space in Sony’s Derry Street offices. Using just CNC cut vinyl as the sole medium, 54 columns measuring over 2 meters tall cover feature nearly 1000 of Sony Music’s signed artists from 1887 to the present day."
Videos to demonstrate the work are embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Portfolio | [via: Whu Dat]

Must Watch:

Bonus Time Lapse:
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Sony Music Timeline by Alex Fowkes
"The Sony Music Timeline celebrates 125 years of musical history covering almost 150 square meters of wall space in Sony’s Derry Street offices. Using just CNC cut vinyl as the sole medium, 54 columns measuring over 2 meters tall cover feature nearly 1000 of Sony Music’s signed artists from 1887 to the present day."
Videos to demonstrate the work are embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Portfolio | [via: Whu Dat]

Must Watch:

Bonus Time Lapse:
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Sony Music Timeline by Alex Fowkes
"The Sony Music Timeline celebrates 125 years of musical history covering almost 150 square meters of wall space in Sony’s Derry Street offices. Using just CNC cut vinyl as the sole medium, 54 columns measuring over 2 meters tall cover feature nearly 1000 of Sony Music’s signed artists from 1887 to the present day."
Videos to demonstrate the work are embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Portfolio | [via: Whu Dat]

Must Watch:

Bonus Time Lapse:
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Sony Music Timeline by Alex Fowkes

"The Sony Music Timeline celebrates 125 years of musical history covering almost 150 square meters of wall space in Sony’s Derry Street offices. Using just CNC cut vinyl as the sole medium, 54 columns measuring over 2 meters tall cover feature nearly 1000 of Sony Music’s signed artists from 1887 to the present day."

Videos to demonstrate the work are embedded below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Portfolio | [via: Whu Dat]

Must Watch:

Bonus Time Lapse:

(Source: myedol.com)

code {poems} by Ishac Bertran
My knowledge of coding is very limited, it was a chore for me through out my time at university and it’s something I’ll never get my head around. I guess I don’t have a coders mind, and I’m ok with that. However, the ability to take something I despise and turn it in to something I admire is a wonderful thing. Below I’ve embedded a nice video that shows the printing process of this very limited edition poetry book.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | Vimeo | {via: Animal]

Watch:
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code {poems} by Ishac Bertran
My knowledge of coding is very limited, it was a chore for me through out my time at university and it’s something I’ll never get my head around. I guess I don’t have a coders mind, and I’m ok with that. However, the ability to take something I despise and turn it in to something I admire is a wonderful thing. Below I’ve embedded a nice video that shows the printing process of this very limited edition poetry book.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | Vimeo | {via: Animal]

Watch:
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code {poems} by Ishac Bertran
My knowledge of coding is very limited, it was a chore for me through out my time at university and it’s something I’ll never get my head around. I guess I don’t have a coders mind, and I’m ok with that. However, the ability to take something I despise and turn it in to something I admire is a wonderful thing. Below I’ve embedded a nice video that shows the printing process of this very limited edition poetry book.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | Vimeo | {via: Animal]

Watch:
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code {poems} by Ishac Bertran
My knowledge of coding is very limited, it was a chore for me through out my time at university and it’s something I’ll never get my head around. I guess I don’t have a coders mind, and I’m ok with that. However, the ability to take something I despise and turn it in to something I admire is a wonderful thing. Below I’ve embedded a nice video that shows the printing process of this very limited edition poetry book.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | Vimeo | {via: Animal]

Watch:
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code {poems} by Ishac Bertran

My knowledge of coding is very limited, it was a chore for me through out my time at university and it’s something I’ll never get my head around. I guess I don’t have a coders mind, and I’m ok with that. However, the ability to take something I despise and turn it in to something I admire is a wonderful thing. Below I’ve embedded a nice video that shows the printing process of this very limited edition poetry book.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | Vimeo{via: Animal]

Watch:

(Source: myedol.com)

Handcrafted Typography by Briar Mark
A few months ago you may remember me featuring a hand stitched type piece by Briar Mark. Well these new pieces were created for an upcoming show featuring her work. There’s nothing I love more than handcrafted typography, but the precision and meticulous nature in which these stitched posters were created is fascinating to me. They definitely do require more than a little patience.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Briar Mark]
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Handcrafted Typography by Briar Mark
A few months ago you may remember me featuring a hand stitched type piece by Briar Mark. Well these new pieces were created for an upcoming show featuring her work. There’s nothing I love more than handcrafted typography, but the precision and meticulous nature in which these stitched posters were created is fascinating to me. They definitely do require more than a little patience.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Briar Mark]
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Handcrafted Typography by Briar Mark
A few months ago you may remember me featuring a hand stitched type piece by Briar Mark. Well these new pieces were created for an upcoming show featuring her work. There’s nothing I love more than handcrafted typography, but the precision and meticulous nature in which these stitched posters were created is fascinating to me. They definitely do require more than a little patience.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Briar Mark]
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Handcrafted Typography by Briar Mark
A few months ago you may remember me featuring a hand stitched type piece by Briar Mark. Well these new pieces were created for an upcoming show featuring her work. There’s nothing I love more than handcrafted typography, but the precision and meticulous nature in which these stitched posters were created is fascinating to me. They definitely do require more than a little patience.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Briar Mark]
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Handcrafted Typography by Briar Mark

A few months ago you may remember me featuring a hand stitched type piece by Briar Mark. Well these new pieces were created for an upcoming show featuring her work. There’s nothing I love more than handcrafted typography, but the precision and meticulous nature in which these stitched posters were created is fascinating to me. They definitely do require more than a little patience.

Artists: | Website | Tumblr | [via: Briar Mark]

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