typeworship:

3D Printable Type
I know there are designers working on typefaces that are optimised for 3D printing but this alphabet, by Loren Kulesus of Brooklyn, is something else entirely.

“The design uses 1mm wall thicknesses which seem to print very nicely on all 3d printers, and the simple and iterative appearance mimics heat sinks.”

Look at that ‘o’ made by joining two blocks! Very imaginative. typeworship:

3D Printable Type
I know there are designers working on typefaces that are optimised for 3D printing but this alphabet, by Loren Kulesus of Brooklyn, is something else entirely.

“The design uses 1mm wall thicknesses which seem to print very nicely on all 3d printers, and the simple and iterative appearance mimics heat sinks.”

Look at that ‘o’ made by joining two blocks! Very imaginative. typeworship:

3D Printable Type
I know there are designers working on typefaces that are optimised for 3D printing but this alphabet, by Loren Kulesus of Brooklyn, is something else entirely.

“The design uses 1mm wall thicknesses which seem to print very nicely on all 3d printers, and the simple and iterative appearance mimics heat sinks.”

Look at that ‘o’ made by joining two blocks! Very imaginative. typeworship:

3D Printable Type
I know there are designers working on typefaces that are optimised for 3D printing but this alphabet, by Loren Kulesus of Brooklyn, is something else entirely.

“The design uses 1mm wall thicknesses which seem to print very nicely on all 3d printers, and the simple and iterative appearance mimics heat sinks.”

Look at that ‘o’ made by joining two blocks! Very imaginative. typeworship:

3D Printable Type
I know there are designers working on typefaces that are optimised for 3D printing but this alphabet, by Loren Kulesus of Brooklyn, is something else entirely.

“The design uses 1mm wall thicknesses which seem to print very nicely on all 3d printers, and the simple and iterative appearance mimics heat sinks.”

Look at that ‘o’ made by joining two blocks! Very imaginative. typeworship:

3D Printable Type
I know there are designers working on typefaces that are optimised for 3D printing but this alphabet, by Loren Kulesus of Brooklyn, is something else entirely.

“The design uses 1mm wall thicknesses which seem to print very nicely on all 3d printers, and the simple and iterative appearance mimics heat sinks.”

Look at that ‘o’ made by joining two blocks! Very imaginative.

typeworship:

3D Printable Type

I know there are designers working on typefaces that are optimised for 3D printing but this alphabet, by Loren Kulesus of Brooklyn, is something else entirely.

“The design uses 1mm wall thicknesses which seem to print very nicely on all 3d printers, and the simple and iterative appearance mimics heat sinks.”

Look at that ‘o’ made by joining two blocks! Very imaginative.

its-a-living:

"BEAUTIFUL"

BY: ITS-A-LIVING ©

INSTAGRAM: @ITSALIVING

BEHANCE: WWW.BEHANCE.NET/ITSALIVING

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 60D
  2. Aperture: f/9
  3. Exposure: 1/15th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm

gay8:

Simon Tyszko
I Just Can’t Take It Any More

  1. Camera: Canon DIGITAL IXUS 70
  2. Aperture: f/2.8
  3. Exposure: 1/50th
  4. Focal Length: 35mm

septagonstudios:

Greg Abbott

lovegoodtype:

Love the way it #glistens! Beautiful and clean #typography by @tron_trece #goodtype #script #cursive #lettering #handtype #draw #handdrawntype #tipografia #typographie #theGoodLife

pixeldesigners:

Lorem Ipsum - by Alán Guzmán pixeldesigners:

Lorem Ipsum - by Alán Guzmán

pixeldesigners:

Lorem Ipsum - by Alán Guzmán

shenizpoetics:

Historic Adobe Home

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gizem Vural
Little Princess and The Purest Mushroom darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gizem Vural
Little Princess and The Purest Mushroom darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gizem Vural
Little Princess and The Purest Mushroom darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gizem Vural
Little Princess and The Purest Mushroom darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gizem Vural
Little Princess and The Purest Mushroom darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gizem Vural
Little Princess and The Purest Mushroom

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gizem Vural

Little Princess and The Purest Mushroom

gebroken:

90% hot boys, 10% pale

fashionsfromhistory:

Shaman’s Costume

Early 19th Century

Yenisei Region, Russia

Complete Shaman costumes of this age are very seldom found. The assumption that the world is separated into various levels populated by spirits and mixed beings form the basis for the work of shamans as mediators between the various levels. Their most important task was the spiritual journey into the lower and upper worlds. While exercising their functions, shamans usually wore a special kind of dress. In the case shown here, it consists of boots, leggings, a coat, and a metal headdress covered with a feathered fringe cape. Every piece of clothing is trimmed with figures made of sheet iron, each of those symbolizing spirits. Belts with metal bells also belonged to the equipment, in order to create loud rhythmic sounds with every movement, particularly during dances. The most substantial tool of a shaman, at the same time his spiritual “mount” during otherworldly journeys in trance, is the drum beaten with a drumstick. The origin and the date when the collector Klemm bought the costume are not known. Therefore it is determined by early 19th century as the latest possible date of manufacture. Experts specified the costume as Evenk from Stony Tunguska River. It is the highlight of the Siberian Collection and therefore shown in every permanent exhibition of the museum.

VCM