1. Vale Designer Kenji Ekuan
Kenji Ekuan, the award-winning designer behind Japan’s bullet train and the ubiquitous Kikkoman soy sauce bottle has died at the age of 85. According to the New York Times, his iconic bottle design has been used by Kikkoman……
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Moog Music is known for making some of the most popular synthesizers ever. Its portable, more modern units can still be seen in clubs and arena shows every night around the world. But its early modular units from the 1970s were massive — over two feet tall and as wide as an upright piano.
The company is releasing a limited run of newly-manufactured versions of its most popular modular synthesizers: the System 55, System 35, and the Model 15. Each synthesizer will be hand-made according to the original 1970s schematics. These big, modular synthesizers allow for more natural variations in the sound they’re producing thanks to the number and type of components it takes to make them work. The giant cabinets actually help resonate the sound…
Abbie Script is a beautiful handwritten script font that has been hand drawn, scanned, and digitized for you to enjoy – for free! Abbie Script is available in three different weights (Light, Regular & Bold) and cannot be used for commercial purposes unless you pay more than $ 10 in the ‘Name your Price’ field below on the […]
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Microsoft’s Surface tablet has inspired a few clones during its short history, but the latest rip off comes from three ex-Google engineers. Jeremy Zhou, David Ko, and Ben Luk used to work on products like Google Maps and search at the web giant, and formed Jide Technology in 2014 to create a combined tablet and laptop. The result is an “ultra tablet” with a magnetically attached keyboard and a kickstand that all looks identical to Microsoft’s Surface tablet. Jide Technology hasn’t just stopped at the hardware, though. Even the “Remix OS” rips off Microsoft’s work in various ways, including a mail client that’s a straight copy.
So what’s the justification for such a blatant rip? “We can’t stand the drawbacks of the tablets and laptops on…
London-based illustrator and animator Marcus Reed clearly has a love affair with 1970s retro-style Adidas trainers. Mind you, who doesn’t it?
He has created an original series of vintage posters that seamlessly incorporate the iconic adidas three stripes mark in to illustrations of famous landmarks of some of the biggest European cities. The dominant colors of the posters have also been chosen as they reflect the original colors of the trainers. The series is simple called called Adidas City Series.
You’ll love these posters…
Adidas City Series by Marcus Reed
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