Keep pencil stumps, attach and re-use,putting them.With a little ingenuity, you can make good use of“unusable” pencil stumps. Happiness comes from small things!Prolong product life and reduce waste. Let’s start with pencils. You will feel more connected to things around you.
Stylish new Experience Japan Pictograms are here to enhance your Japan travels and knowledge | SoraNews24 -Japan News-
Over 250 pictograms to support tourism in Japan from a visual design perspective are free to download to learn more about Japanese culture.Nippon Design Center, in collaboration with Daikoku Design Institute, has released an ever-growing series of pictograms centered on diverse Japanese sightseeing, travel, and cultural experiences. These symbols were designed to provide visual support for tourists in Japan and to allow them to dig a little deeper into the stories behind common cultural artifacts. Even better, they’re perfectly free for anyone to download and use in personal projects.Check out this small sampling of the currently available 250+ pictograms (which also include a few animated icons as well) that were crafted under the concepts of “universality” and “aesthetics.”
This book is about print, but printed without a trace of ink.
It is a personal project that I have been slowly working on past 6 years. This massive project brings together my love for book design and my experimental approach to craft.
The book is made of:
400 colour combinations
In the four colour printing process, the patterns of small overlapping dots create full range of colour. Here the process is tactile and three-dimensional. My inks are threads in CMYK colours: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. All elements in the book are hand-embroidered: the swatches, the title pages, the grid papers, and binding.
- BAKAs Note – this may be the third of fourth blog i have shared this book on over the years. its amazing, and i will continue to share it.
Zine Machine is a compact 3D-printed block printing press. Convert images into blocks, try friends’ blocks, or use the supplied type to set a page.
All files and instructions necessary to print and use a zine machine are open to the public and available on this website. Designed and released by Gestalte Design, Zine Machine is an experiment in guerilla digital fabrication.
Source: zine-machine – PMVABF | Hi-Bred
Anime Architecture is an exhibition and publication project by Les Jardins des Pilotes. In an ongoing exhibition series we trace the architectural world-building process of Japan’s most influential animated science fiction films and the visions of their creators.
Source: Anime Architecture
New York City has a new digital subway map that reflects the current status of the subway lines. And you can even see the trains moving, right on the map. (Finally!!) Visually, the new map combines the styles of two pa
Source: NYC’s New Digital Subway Map
The new logo for the 2025 Expo was designed by a team led by graphic designer Tamotsu Shimada, who borrowed elements of the 1970 Expo and re-imagined them as chain of DNA. The ambiguous form and all its many cells are breathing, moving and dancing. It’s a design that will surely breath life into the Expo.
Source: 大阪万博ロゴ決定 制作者「70年万博のDNA表現」
When the world’s first atomic weapon exploded in New Mexico in July 1945, the energy from the blast formed a new mineral called trinitite from the desert sand. For his 2015 Trinity Cube project, artist Trevor Paglen took irradiated glass gathered from the area around where the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster occurred in 2011 and combined it with trinitite to form a blue cube. He then installed the cube in the Fukushima Exclusion Zone to continue to be irradiated.
The artwork will be viewable by the public when the Exclusion Zone opens again, anytime between 3 and 30,000 years from the present.
Source: The Trinity Cube
These new illustrations, by artist and Twitter user @mitiruxxx, show that anything is possible when it comes to sneaker design.
Source: ネコ耳BOX | ネコハコ＜ヤマト資材ショップ＞