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The 80′s Would be Proud of these Classic Movie Posters

Reimagined movie posters are an internet staple, and for good reason. They’re a great practice tool for graphic designers, and who doesn’t love seeing new visual angles on favorite movies – say, minimalist takes on 90s action blockbusters? French graphic designer Flore Maquin is the latest to take up the challenge. Her designs are gorgeously [...]

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A Frank Discussion About Emoji Diversity

Are emojis awesome? Yes, for so many reasons. But awesome doesn’t mean perfect. Here, some of the world’s foremost emoji experts explore the recent strides emojis have made, and discuss how far they still have to go. Source: http://www.collegehumor.com/post/7022474/the-new-emojis-have-a-meeting?ref=videos

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The Internet Trends of 2015

Every year, Kleiner Perkins Caulfield releases a detailed report on the year’s top internet trends. This year’s comes in just shy of 200 pages. Check it out below – or, if you’re pressed for time, read on for our highlights! 2015 Internet Trends Report from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers This year’s biggest internet-related company [...]

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Pizza and a Movie on a Whole New Level

Pizza and movies are already a perfect combination. But what if the movie came with your pizza? As in, directly from the pizza box? Agency Ogilvy & Mather envisioned this beautiful future for Pizza Hut. Take a look! Ogilvy & Mather HK – Blockbuster Pizza Box from Work that works on Vimeo. Source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/25860129/Pizza-Hut

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Barcode Art is AMAZING!

Barcodes are an ugly, but unavoidable, fact of packaging design. That’s what most people will tell you, anyway. But does it have to be like that? Design Barcode doesn’t think so. For the past ten years, the Japanese design group has been turning barcodes into brand messaging elements. Check out some awesome examples of their [...]

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Smart Rope: A Personal Trainer in your Jump Rope

The jump rope is a tried-and-true staple of fitness. It’s great exercise, cheap, takes up no room, and you can do the exercise basically anywhere. But if you could make it part of an interactive gym suite that can do everything from biometric tracking to counting your jumps in the air right in front of [...]

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m a s k z: Reimagined Images

Artist Cosmic Nuggets collects magazines. But not to learn how to lose 5 pounds in just 3 days, and not to keep up with the Kardashians. Instead, the Edinburgh-based artist uses the images as bases for his m a s k z project, turning them into something entirely new (and in our opinion, far more [...]

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San Fransisco’s Secret Tunnels

Not many people know about San Francisco’s abandoned sewer tunnels, but there’s a whole world down there. Photographer Evan Thompson decided to explore – camera in hand, of course. Check out his urban cave diving adventure! Would you be into checking these tunnels out yourself, or are you happier looking at the pictures above ground? [...]

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MONO: Custom 3D Printed Glasses

If you wear glasses, you’re probably familiar with the many annoyances involved. Nothing fits, except for the weird 90s math teacher frames you definitely don’t want. Color choices are hit and miss at best. And once you find your unicorn, there’s the part where your glasses keep falling off until you tighten the microscopic screws. [...]

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Visualizing Data on the Web

If you didn’t make it to OpenVis Conf 2015, you missed out on a treasure trove of data visualization content. Luckily for you, they’ve posted some videos from the conference. In one of the best from this year, Microsoft Research’s Danyel Fisher discusses a headache we’ve all experienced: wrangling data that doesn’t quite fit. Check [...]