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Erwan Frotin

Beautiful still life flowers photographed by Erwan Frotin.

Via Well Threaded.

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Eskuche 45 DJ Headphones

The Eskuche 45 headphone is constructed with metal ear cups and a custom CD texture inspired by premium vintage audio equipment. The headphone has a single-rod ear cup to headband design that allows 180° ear cup rotation while minimizing the amount of parts and movements within the headphone, thus making the headphone more durable.

The 45 comes with a detachable 150cm woven cloth cable with a gold plated screw on 6.3mm adaptor, as well as a woven cloth mic cable with answere/end + play/pause enabling you to experience the headphones with multiple music output devices.

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Stevens Trusonic Speaker. Image credit: From The Story of Eames Furniture, Copyright Gestalten 2010

Eames’ Trusonic Speaker.  From: The Story of Eames Furniture.

Via MostExerRent bRog.

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Profanation (El Greco) 2008, Kendell Geers

Profanation (El Greco) 2008, Kendell Geers.

Via this isn’t happiness.

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Prsetwory5 Poster

Cool poster promoting the 5th Polish recycling design festival, Przetwory, back in 2010.

If anybody knows who is responsible for the design of this poster, please let me know so that I can give credit.

Via Conceptual Devices.

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Cockerel

Enjoy the Easter break folks..!

Photo by John Robertson.

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Tony Orrico

Tony Orrico

Wielding graphite in both hands, Tony Orrico creates intricate patterns around his body, propelling himself in circles by moving his feet.

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Re:collection

Re:collection

Just a small selection from Re:collection, an online archive of Australian graphic design 1960 – 1980.

From the top:

Booklet promoting five Australian designers, Cato Hibberd, 1975.
Miller Holding logo, Frank Eidlitz, 1970’s.

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Rolf Harder

Rolf Harder

Rolf Harder

There’s a nice collection over at MoMA featuring the work of German graphic designer Rolf Harder, spanning the years 1960 – 2003.

Born in Hamburg, in 1929, Harder moved to Montreal in 1959 and established Rolf Harder Design. In 1965 he founded Design Collaborative—a graphic design and industrial company with offices in Toronto and Montreal—with Ernst Roch, Anthony Mann and Al Faux. Together they produced catalogues and booklets, trade marks and symbols, bearing “visual clarity and direct, effective communication”. The style of their design work “combines constructivism with a leaning to playful experiment”.

Via ISO50.

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Dystopian Birth

Via Yasly.

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