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Open Source Food

Open Source Food

Its food … and its open source… it’s Open Source Food…! + www.opensourcefood.com
Tokyoplastic Opera Dude

Tokyoplastic Opera Dude

Got my eye on this little fellah – the Tokyoplastic Opera Dude, available here. And if you don’t know who Tokyoplastic are, check out the Tokyoplastic website – a wonderful place to waste a few...

Wabi-Sabi

Quoted from Wabi-Sabi: for Artists, Designers, Poets and Philosophers by Leonard Koren: Wabi-sabi is a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. It is a beauty of things modest and humble. It is a beauty of things unconventional. Wabi-sabi is a nature-based aesthetic paradigm that restores a measure of sanity and proportion to the art of living. Wabi-sabi — deep, multi-dimensional, elusive — is the perfect antidote to the pervasively slick, saccharine, corporate style of beauty....

Keep it simple

A great selection of links to articles discussing the use of white space (or negative space) and the benefits of keeping things simple, can be found here. Thanks again to Smashing Magazine

Google Ranking Factors

A useful checklist of over 100 SEO factors that Google uses to rank pages can be found here. Not only does it detail the things you should be doing to boost your search engine rankings but it also highlights the misdemeanours that could be deemed as spam and penalise your score. Thanks to Sublog for the heads...
Peter Beard Collections

Peter Beard Collections

I have always been a huge fan of the work of Peter Beard and was pleased to hear that next year, Taschen will publish the Peter Beard, Collector’s Edition, No. 1–125 with a signed, gelatin-silver print of 965 Elephants, and Peter Beard, Collector’s Edition No. 126–250 with a signed, gelatin-silver print of Fayel Tall – a snip at $6,500..! Peter Beard, Art Edition, No. 251–2500, signed by Beard will be released in December for a mere $2,500..! For a sneak preview of exclusive...

On white space in graphic design

“White space is nothing. White space is the absence of content. White space does not hold content in the way that a photograph or text holds meaning and yet it gives meaning, through context, to both image and text. In fact, white space can make or break the effective transmission of image and text.” On white space in graphic design
A love Supreme

A love Supreme

Another great scriptaculous site from Samual Spitzer, aka splay/ – this time for New York based skate store Supreme. + www.supremenewyork.com
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