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pixalry:

Welcome to…Video Games - Poster series created by Simon Delart

These gaming posters by Simon add up to one of the coolest design series around, and you can buy any or all of these prints at his Society6 Shop! You should also give him a follow on Tumblr and Twitter.

(via gamerdrex)

japhers:

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axylhart:

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redblackroselove:

linaislitraleenotonfire:

The Most Gorgeous Book Ever Has No Words Or Pictures, Just Color

This is the RGB Colorspace Atlas by Tauba Auerbach. The 8”x8” hardcover tome is pretty much an encyclopedia of every color in the RGB index. It’s huge, it’s gorgeous, and I want one.

I KNOW WHAT THIS NEEDS

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It’s like they were made for each other.

i swear to fucking hell if you fuckers start shipping a book and a pen i will forcibly shove you back into the pits of hell you came from

Sensors alight, the pen trailed itself sensually down the gradient shift from yellow to blue along ample curve of paper, dipping closer and closer to the book’s spine.

“Can you imagine it?” the pen whispered, whirring and selecting #00563F with practiced intimacy. “Just picture it. With your collection and my potential…we can color the world.”

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TUMBLR STOP. 

do i ship a pen and a book?

yes i do.

its beautiful. I ship it already.

ITS BACK

THIS AGAIN OMG YES!!!!!

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A pen and a book 
A notepad and a clock 
CAN I REQUEST A DOUBLE DATE???? 

request accomplished -

HOLY SHIT, THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER.
THANK YOU AXYLHART FOR THE AMAZING CROSS-OVER I SWEAR TO GOD THAT IS REALLY AMAZING!!

SMACKDOWN TIME

(Source: albotas, via mollyballsoup)

museumuesum:

Qiu Zhijie

Writing the “Orchid Pavilion Preface” One Thousand Times, 1990–95

Five chromogenic prints, 19 1/4 × 29 inches each

This photographic documentation of Qiu’s best-known, process-driven work exemplifies his early interest in the performative aspect of calligraphy, particularly the pedagogical method of repeatedly copying a model until its brush movements become second nature. The “Orchid Pavilion Preface,” written by the patriarch of calligraphy Wang Xizhi (303–61), has long been revered as the unsurpassed model of cursive writing. Repeatedly writing over his free-hand interpretation of the original, Qiu turns the paper into a saturated black field. By focusing on the process of writing rather than its literary content, Qiu asserts that the ultimate goal of calligraphic practice is “a form of ‘written meditation’.”

Saw this at the MET.

(via uvre)