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Andrew Sawyer's blog of fun things that inspire me.
Graduate of Rhode Island School of Design for Graphic Design. Now resident of San Francisco, CA.
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visualgraphic:

Type Delights
visualgraphic:

Type Delights
visualgraphic:

Type Delights
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Custom Built Orchestra
© 2012 Diego Stocco
Pictures by Gianfilippo De Rossi
http://www.behance.net/gallery/Custom-Built-Orchestra/5598107
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industrialist:

Nutella Print Ad by The Smith Lab
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Significant Others Shop
www.significantothersshop.com
Significant Others is a carefully edited online retailer offering locally crafted artworks and objects. The project is especially personal to the studio as it is a partnership between A Friend Of Mine’s Suzy Tuxen and longtime friend Ryan Ward, craftsman of United Measures. The products have a focus on hand crafted techniques rather than mass production, making each piece a labour of love. As well as the branding, packaging and web design, A Friend Of Mine designed the plywood series, abstractly and geometrically celebrating individual letters of the alphabet; which includes a pictoral set based on traditional Chinese ‘Tangrams’ providing a minimalist alternative for children’s bedrooms.
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gurafiku:

Japanese Poster: Flower Arrangement. Tadanori Yokoo. 1985
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Embroidered Car Doors

New to me, these embroidered car doors by Lithuanian textile artist Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene who has an enormous body of work involving stitched objects including bowls, irons, lamps and much more. Photos via OutsaPop. (viayellowtrace)
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Tokyo artist Noriko Ambe created these delicate and complex paper sculptures and designs. It’s mind-blowing to think how this was created- though mechanical looking, Noriko Ambe cut single sheets of paper individually by hand and stacked them together. Yes paper – they look like marble or some other material don’t they?
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Frederick McSwain used dice to create this portrait of his friend – Tobias Wong, an artist that had passed away last year at the age of 35. The work, entitled ‘Die’ comprise of 13, 1138 dice – a die for each day he lived (13,138 days). It was displayed as part of the BrokenOff BrokenOff exhibition at Gallery R’Pure in NYC in memoriam to the artist during NY Design Week.
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kelsey oseid
http://kelseyoseid.com/