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brainmanure:

myedolMesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito

Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]

Beautiful

designetcetc:

Nabananosatou in Japan

A botanical garden covered in lights on the island of Nagashima

Stunning

love this installation, wish I was nearer Oslo so I could check it out

Lovely video, wish I knew and had the skills to make my own popup book

helloyoucreatives:

A really good billboard advert? 

Billboard that captures and purifies water, every town should have one!

Disney Created an 8-Bit Lane in London to Promote Wreck-It Ralph

So sad I missed this, was en route to Mexico, looks amazing

Beautiful installation from UVA

Random, yet amazing, not sure how I would feel about bouncing across the Seine but I’d definitely give it a go!
museumplanning:

(via PAPERMAG: Soon We Might Get to Bounce Across the Seine)

Random, yet amazing, not sure how I would feel about bouncing across the Seine but I’d definitely give it a go!

museumplanning:

(via PAPERMAG: Soon We Might Get to Bounce Across the Seine)

Need to check this book out!

helloyoucreatives:

One scanner + one barcode on a guidebook = a perfect ad for British Airways! #niceidea #BA

Love this simple idea from ba

(Source: hallojo)

This place looks amazing, wish it was still about… 

myvintagelondon:

Count Shelly Sound System, Dalston 1973. The photographer Dennis Morris learnt his trade on the streets of east London in the 1970s, when the immigrant Caribbean community of which he was a part was finding its feet and establishing its identity. He has collected his work from that period in a book, ‘Growing Up Black’
This place looks amazing, wish it was still about…

myvintagelondon:

Count Shelly Sound System, Dalston 1973. The photographer Dennis Morris learnt his trade on the streets of east London in the 1970s, when the immigrant Caribbean community of which he was a part was finding its feet and establishing its identity. He has collected his work from that period in a book, ‘Growing Up Black’

brainmanure:

myedolMesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito

Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]

Beautiful

designetcetc:

Nabananosatou in Japan

A botanical garden covered in lights on the island of Nagashima

Stunning

SIGN PAINTERS (OFFICIAL TRAILER) on Vimeo

Very much wanna see this…

love this installation, wish I was nearer Oslo so I could check it out

Lovely video, wish I knew and had the skills to make my own popup book

helloyoucreatives:

A really good billboard advert? 

Billboard that captures and purifies water, every town should have one!

Disney Created an 8-Bit Lane in London to Promote Wreck-It Ralph

So sad I missed this, was en route to Mexico, looks amazing

Beautiful installation from UVA

Random, yet amazing, not sure how I would feel about bouncing across the Seine but I’d definitely give it a go!
museumplanning:

(via PAPERMAG: Soon We Might Get to Bounce Across the Seine)

Random, yet amazing, not sure how I would feel about bouncing across the Seine but I’d definitely give it a go!

museumplanning:

(via PAPERMAG: Soon We Might Get to Bounce Across the Seine)

Need to check this book out!

helloyoucreatives:

One scanner + one barcode on a guidebook = a perfect ad for British Airways! #niceidea #BA

Love this simple idea from ba

(Source: hallojo)

This place looks amazing, wish it was still about… 

myvintagelondon:

Count Shelly Sound System, Dalston 1973. The photographer Dennis Morris learnt his trade on the streets of east London in the 1970s, when the immigrant Caribbean community of which he was a part was finding its feet and establishing its identity. He has collected his work from that period in a book, ‘Growing Up Black’
This place looks amazing, wish it was still about…

myvintagelondon:

Count Shelly Sound System, Dalston 1973. The photographer Dennis Morris learnt his trade on the streets of east London in the 1970s, when the immigrant Caribbean community of which he was a part was finding its feet and establishing its identity. He has collected his work from that period in a book, ‘Growing Up Black’

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