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Principles of Design Poster by Efil Türk.

The turkey based designer named Efil has crafted a beautiful series of poster showing the principles of design only using paper. Cutting pieces of paper, juxtaposing the pieces, pasting geometrical shapes and using simple typography is the formula of this beautiful series. She mention that you can actually buy them.

Fonts of the Month: July.

As usual, this blog brings you the best fonts released in the past month. The summer bring us very high quality fonts, and it seems that the king of the trend still are the hand made fonts, the proof is the True North typeface by Cultivated Mind which was the best selling font in this month. Other interesting and innovative approach is Horizontes Script by Sudtipos, a sexy script font with a very low x height that makes it elegant yet readable. I can’t describe every of this 22 fonts so I really encourage you to click in the name of any of this font from the list and see all the details and every corner of these typefaces:

  1. True North (50% off)
  2. AmpleSoft (70% off)
  3. Loew (80% off)
  4. Filson Pro (75% off)
  5. Nemocón (50% off)
  6. Horizontes Script (30% off)
  7. Golos
  8. Kleide (75% off)
  9. Innervers Gothic (50% off)
  10. Adagio Sans (90% off)
  11. Adagio Serif (90% off)
  12. Adagio Slab (90% off)
  13. Chimphand (50% off)
  14. Core Sans D (80% off)
  15. MB Empire (75% off)
  16. Zilvertype Pro
  17. Sailec (80% off)
  18. Dawnora (50% off)
  19. Lichtspielhaus Handmade (50% off)
  20. Montague Script Bold (50% off)
  21. Finalist Round Slab (80% off)
  22. Brilant Typeface

Did you like it? Then you should see the past months: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMay, June and past year.

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The Abyss Table by Duffy London

This mesmerising table was first conceived by Christopher Duffy — and ultimately refined by the team at Duffy London — to represent a 3D geological map of an ocean floor. The Abyss Table makes use of contour lines, which are often used to denote topography in terrain maps, to render an island chain and ocean abyss.

Contour lines can be thought of as workaround for the 2D limitations of paper maps, but Duffy instead relished these simplifications which have become iconic imagery for the field of cartography. He incorporates layers of wood to represent the land, and panes of glass for the water, in order to produce a 3 dimensional geographical model.

(via Homeli)

Sculptures Made From ‘Magnetic Clay’ by Jolan Van der Wiel

Magnets might hold mysterious appeal for some, but for Jolan Van der Wiel, they’re just another tool. For the past few years, the Dutch designer has been experimenting with magnetism to shape and create objects like violent looking stools and futuristic couture dresses.

His most recent investigation, Architecture Meets Magnetism, has led him to create a series of ceramic objects that look like Tim Burton got a hold of a kiln. Like Van der Wiel’s previous projects, this process begins by mixing metal with the core material. In this case, he created a slip (a mixture of clay and water) and added metallic powder like iron. The ratio is typically 90 percent clay, 10 percent metal. From there, he pipes this mixture through a nozzle, layering it on itself like icing on a cake. As the group of surrounding magnets take hold, the material is pulled into shape and dries like a spiky Hershey’s Kiss.

(via Wired)

SMASH CUP: The Reusable Coffee Cup That Fits In Your Pocket

Leak-proof, collapsible and eco-friendly. For any coffee drinker who carries just a briefcase, handbag or less when they’re on the go!

Smash Cup is an ultra-portable, sealed travel cup you keep with you - great for hot drinks (like coffee and tea) and cold ones. When you’re not drinking, it collapses into a compact, liquid-tight disk, saving you space in your backpack, handbag, briefcase or jacket pocket. Since it’s reusable, it eliminates the waste of disposable coffee cups - At work, coffee drinkers throw away about 500 cups EVERY YEAR. And you’ll be able to take part in bring-your-own-mug discounts at coffee shops. It’s a no-brainer to choose a green product when it makes your life easier and saves you money.

Fund this project on Kickstarter!

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World Heritage takes inspiration from Dutch wax print fabrics found across Africa. Inspired by Africa, celebrating the world, World Heritage is launching on Kickstarter to find people who feel that diversity adds to our beauty. These brightly coloured fabrics are visually stunning and capture the energy of a dynamic continent.

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Fonts of the Month: June. Free fonts and many discounts on sans serif.

We are in the half of the year, a huge amount of fabulous fonts has been released this year. This past month of June wasn’t the exception and even go too far in the typography community, as big amount of fonts were released. I think I will make the part 2 of the best fonts of this months because this short list isn’t enough to show you great new typefaces that deserve a mention.

The master Rene Bieder release a new typeface named Choplin, which goes directly to the top of the list of hot new fonts of myfonts. Libertad by Roberto Díaz (designer of Quiroga) is also one of my favourites this month. Good News Sans by Kyle Benson is another remarkable typeface this month. Less words and more letters check the list.

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Fabergé Fractals by Tom Beddard

Scotland-based laser physicist-turned-artist and web developer Tom Beddard, aka subBlue, has produced a number of intriguing geometric forms he refers to as Fabergé Fractals. Like an ornate Fabergé egg, Beddard’s creations boast brilliant and intricate design patterns. The English artist uses a formulaic method to create his digitally rendered three-dimensional models.

Beddard explains: “The 3D fractals are generated by iterative formulas whereby the output of one iteration forms the input for the next. The formulas effectively fold, scale, rotate or flip space. They are truly fractal in the fact that more and more detail can be revealed the closer to the surface you travel.

"The fascinating aspect is where combinations of parameters can combine to create structural ‘resonances’ of extraordinary detail and beauty—sometimes naturally organic and other times perfectly geometric. But then like a chaotic system it can completely disappear with the smallest perturbation."

(via MyModernMet)

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