February 14, 2014 ryanpanos

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Typographische Monatsblätter | Gregory Vines | Socks Studio

The “Typographische Monatsblätter” is a seminal Swiss magazine about typography design, published since 1933 and still in the newsstands today. During the years, it constantly featured cutting-edge works which captured the most radical researches in visual communication. Going through its archives you can understand its role in shaping the imaginary behind typographical design through the years.

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Quottom Magazine #2 SEXUALITY and VIOLENCE

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Quottom Magazine #2 SEXUALITY and VIOLENCE

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December 26, 2013

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This was seriously the best prank

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Photographer Alexey Kljatov (aka ChaoticMind75) takes macro shots of natural snowflakes, snow and hoarfrost crystals right outside of his house in Moscow, Russia.

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Sound Mirrors | Socks Studio

A sound mirror (or acoustic mirror) is a device employed to reflect and concentrate sound waves. An experimentation on large scale acoustic mirrors has been run after WWI in Great Britain to detect incoming enemy aircrafts taking off on the other side of the English Channel. By enhancing the sound of enemy aircraft’s engines, the mirrors would have enabled the British defense to detect incoming airplanes fifteen minutes before they were visible.

Built between 1927-30, the sound mirrors were part of Britain’s national defense strategy, but they became rapidly obsolete due to the rapid increment in speed of the aircrafts and the invention of radar. The most famous examples of acoustic mirrors are preserved in Denge on the Dungeness peninsula in England. Three different kinds existed: two made of dishes of different proportions and one, a 70 m long curved wall. Headphones were placed at the foci of the reflectors enabling a listener to detect the sound of an aircraft.

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The Gates of Hell, Auguste Rodin, 1880-1917

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The Gates of Hell, Auguste Rodin, 1880-1917

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Auguste Rodin
Masque de Camille Claudel
c. 1884

Auguste Rodin

Masque de Camille Claudel

c. 1884

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Moncler Gamme Rouge f/w13

Haute Couture blog :)

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bodyfluids:

Moncler Gamme Rouge f/w13

Haute Couture blog :)

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Le Tete de Chat Toe Clips
1904 FranceExtraordinarily ornate early toe clip design.

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Le Tete de Chat Toe Clips

1904 
France
Extraordinarily ornate early toe clip design.

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