patrickschierer:

Eli Chissick. “Wood Con Fusion” serie.
patrickschierer:

Eli Chissick. “Wood Con Fusion” serie.

onism

dictionaryofobscuresorrows:

n. the frustration of being stuck in just one body, that inhabits only one place at a time, which is like standing in front of the departures screen at an airport, flickering over with strange place names like other people’s passwords, each representing one more thing you’ll never get to see before you die—and all because, as the arrow on the map helpfully points out, you are here.

"The Float Table is a matrix of "magnetized" wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables.
It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.”
From rockpaperrobot.com.  "The Float Table is a matrix of "magnetized" wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables.
It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.”
From rockpaperrobot.com. 

"The Float Table is a matrix of "magnetized" wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables.

It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.”

From rockpaperrobot.com

(via minimalistdecor)

typeworship:

For your favourite typography books
I discovered a few wood type projects by Matt Innes of Melbourne, Australia. These bookshelf letters, made with a CNC router out of Jarrah-faced birch plywood, are a personal project. They look gorgeous. Each letter has been sized to fit just “those books you go back to time & again”. 
Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara. 600 x 250 x 190mm per character. 
typeworship:

For your favourite typography books
I discovered a few wood type projects by Matt Innes of Melbourne, Australia. These bookshelf letters, made with a CNC router out of Jarrah-faced birch plywood, are a personal project. They look gorgeous. Each letter has been sized to fit just “those books you go back to time & again”. 
Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara. 600 x 250 x 190mm per character. 
typeworship:

For your favourite typography books
I discovered a few wood type projects by Matt Innes of Melbourne, Australia. These bookshelf letters, made with a CNC router out of Jarrah-faced birch plywood, are a personal project. They look gorgeous. Each letter has been sized to fit just “those books you go back to time & again”. 
Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara. 600 x 250 x 190mm per character. 
typeworship:

For your favourite typography books
I discovered a few wood type projects by Matt Innes of Melbourne, Australia. These bookshelf letters, made with a CNC router out of Jarrah-faced birch plywood, are a personal project. They look gorgeous. Each letter has been sized to fit just “those books you go back to time & again”. 
Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara. 600 x 250 x 190mm per character. 
typeworship:

For your favourite typography books
I discovered a few wood type projects by Matt Innes of Melbourne, Australia. These bookshelf letters, made with a CNC router out of Jarrah-faced birch plywood, are a personal project. They look gorgeous. Each letter has been sized to fit just “those books you go back to time & again”. 
Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara. 600 x 250 x 190mm per character. 
typeworship:

For your favourite typography books
I discovered a few wood type projects by Matt Innes of Melbourne, Australia. These bookshelf letters, made with a CNC router out of Jarrah-faced birch plywood, are a personal project. They look gorgeous. Each letter has been sized to fit just “those books you go back to time & again”. 
Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara. 600 x 250 x 190mm per character. 

typeworship:

For your favourite typography books

I discovered a few wood type projects by Matt Innes of Melbourne, Australia. These bookshelf letters, made with a CNC router out of Jarrah-faced birch plywood, are a personal project. They look gorgeous. Each letter has been sized to fit just “those books you go back to time & again”. 

Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara600 x 250 x 190mm per character. 

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West
Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.
The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

typeworship:

Type Tables: East and West

Two more pieces of typographic furniture by Matt Innes. The curvaceous ampersand table [top] was inspired by the shapes of Herb Lubalin (and Tom Carnase). It features legs that mimic surfboard fins that are connected with a precision-fit slot and tab technique. No nails or screws.

The Japanese kanji inspired side tables [bottom] make use of the “load-bearing, structural forms” of the script. They can be read & used horizontally or as a vertical stack. They are slightly adjusted from the traditional forms to create a more stable structure. Made in collaboration with Saori Kajiwara

Higashi (東 – east) and nishi (西 – west) also form the compound word tozai (東西), meaning the wider world

Light from the moon takes 1.28 seconds to reach Earth. 

Found via It’s Okay To Be Smart / Swissmiss

vemödalen

dictionaryofobscuresorrows:

n. the frustration of photographing something amazing when thousands of identical photos already exist—the same sunset, the same waterfall, the same curve of a hip, the same closeup of an eye—which can turn a unique subject into something hollow and pulpy and cheap, like a mass-produced piece of furniture you happen to have assembled yourself.

kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon
kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon
kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon
kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon
kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon
kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon
kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon

kiggor:

If other planets were at the same distance as our moon

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3D-printed plastic housing for hermit crabs, by Aki Inomata. 
Found via iGNANT. 3D-printed plastic housing for hermit crabs, by Aki Inomata. 
Found via iGNANT. 3D-printed plastic housing for hermit crabs, by Aki Inomata. 
Found via iGNANT.

3D-printed plastic housing for hermit crabs, by Aki Inomata. 

Found via iGNANT.