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The Japanese technique of Nerikomi pottery

Nerikomi pottery looks amazing! A Japanese technique (which is also often called “neriage”) is used for creating mesmerizing patterns with colored clay. This video from artist Tomoro looks so satisfying!!

Perfectly photographed Art Deco staircases

A beautiful series of staircases from Art Deco and Bauhaus buildings, impeccably captured by Hungarian photographer Balint Alovits.

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Poster for Syros International Film Festival

A beautiful screen-printed poster designed by Kostantia Manthou for Syros International Film Festival 2016, printed with love by Tind.

As commented by Bryony Gomez-Palacio, the editor of For Print Only: “Crumpled paper recreated on paper never looked as good as it does in this halftone, split fountain achievement.” 

A brilliant Photoshop eyedropper trick

I don’t know if most people know this already, but I just found out that you can use Photoshop’s eyedropper tool to pick colours outside of Photoshop itself!

“Just click in your photoshop document, hold, and drag the eyedropper outside to whatever pixel you want. 

You have to *start* the color selection within PS, but it can *end* wherever you’re able to move your mouse to.”

As simple as that!

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Paintings of metal objects

“wrapped pineapple” 2016

Gemma Gené, an architect and visual artist from Barcelona, creates these amazingly realistic drawings and paintings of objects wrapped in or made of metal.

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Street photography by Matt Stuart

Great street photography by Matt Stuart, a British photographer, who uses a film camera and never leaves the house without it. Stuart spends a great deal of time walking the streets trying to capture moments and relies a lot on coincidence. His best pictures include unpredictable moments from the streets of London.

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Hand-lettering from Lauren Hom

Lauren Hom is a designer, illustrator, and letterer based in Brooklyn, New York. She has developed a unique type style that’s crisp and clean, yet whimsical and handmade, with bright color palettes and playful letterforms. Her work has been an inspiration for my own lettering style.

Typographic maps by Paula Scher

Love these typographically illustrated maps by the celebrated graphic designer Paula Scher. Scher began painting these obsessively detailed, highly personal creations in the early 1990s and were recently published as a book.

A brilliant website for a copywriter

Less Hard Sell

More Hard Sell

Joe Coleman is a British freelance copywriter. He thought of this brilliant concept for a website, where you can scroll left or right according to what you want: Less Hard Sell or More Hard Sell. Check the website here.

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A flexible Lego tape

This is a flexible adhesive tape that turns virtually any surface into a space for LEGO-building! Nimuno Loops was crowdfunded and is going to be ready for production later this year. The tape comes in different colors and is intended basically for Lego-building around corners or on curved surfaces, but I love it so much I could think of a ton of other uses!

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