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Paper Shredder by Steven Rice is up for scoring on Threadless!

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Paper Shredder by Steven Rice is up for scoring on Threadless!

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I’m curious what the point of this image is supposed to be. Maybe it’s just an interesting look at the changes over the years. But I have the sinking suspicion somebody was trying to make an idiotic point about how Apple hasn’t innovated since they released their first iPhone. The thing is, when you start with a design that is nearly perfect, and that everyone else scrambles to copy, you don’t need to make a lot of changes. 

I’m curious what the point of this image is supposed to be. Maybe it’s just an interesting look at the changes over the years. But I have the sinking suspicion somebody was trying to make an idiotic point about how Apple hasn’t innovated since they released their first iPhone. The thing is, when you start with a design that is nearly perfect, and that everyone else scrambles to copy, you don’t need to make a lot of changes. 

(Source: apaixonados-pela-luaa, via rideslikealexus)

storyboard:

This Month In Charts: November
Still recovering from their Thanksgiving food comas, the guys from I Love Charts bring you the month of November, charted. 
Yes We Can!
Every four years, people all across America gather together for a ritual rich in metaphor for the American experience. From all walks of life, citizens join ranks with their brothers and sisters to stand in line, battling outdated technology and undisguised voter suppression tactics for the privilege of casting their vote for President of the United States. From their homes, jobs, schools, posts they come and wait. And wait, and wait, and wait …

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storyboard:

This Month In Charts: November

Still recovering from their Thanksgiving food comas, the guys from I Love Charts bring you the month of November, charted. 

Yes We Can!

Every four years, people all across America gather together for a ritual rich in metaphor for the American experience. From all walks of life, citizens join ranks with their brothers and sisters to stand in line, battling outdated technology and undisguised voter suppression tactics for the privilege of casting their vote for President of the United States. From their homes, jobs, schools, posts they come and wait. And wait, and wait, and wait …

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glennz:

Arch Enemies - Reprinted & on Sale
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glennz:

Arch Enemies - Reprinted & on Sale

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glennz:

Modern Mailbox - Now Voting.   Watch illustration video
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herochan:

Iron Man Armor In Stained Glass
Created by MartianGlassWorks
Available at Ebay
(Via: error888)

ianbrooks:

99 Steps of Progress by Maentis

The fallacy of evolution is that we’ll always see ourselves as the end result, when in reality, humans are just another small skip down a long and winding path. Darwin’s original theory probably didn’t account for flamethrowers though, but I’m glad we beat the monkeys to the punch on that one. Probably why we evolved and they didn’t, if my understanding of the process is correct and it probably is. Maentis’ series explores the various branching paths of evolution, convoluted just a bit by the ever-complicating presence of humanity. Prints available at RedBubble.

Artist: Flickr / Facebook / Website

thedailywhat:

Controversial Dr. Pepper Ad of the Day: So Dr. Pepper posted this “evolution of flavor” ad to its Facebook page, creationists and fundamentalist Christians took offense, the evolutionists came out to defend their POV, and now we have confirmation: People are plain batsh*t crazy. [wonkette]

thedailywhat:

Controversial Dr. Pepper Ad of the Day: So Dr. Pepper posted this “evolution of flavor” ad to its Facebook page, creationists and fundamentalist Christians took offense, the evolutionists came out to defend their POV, and now we have confirmation: People are plain batsh*t crazy. 

[wonkette]

Tags: Design

designbyash:

Choose your weapon! 
http://society6.com/designbyash/Reliable-Excavation-Demolition_Print
laughingsquid:

The Morning After by Paul Southworth (GIF by Nathan W. Pyle)
aledlewis:

Disappearing Act

aledlewis:

Disappearing Act

ianbrooks:

Real-size Monopoly by Bored

First spotted on the sidewalks of Chicago a few months back, this 3-dimensional street art project was created by an anonymous group known as Bored who has been regularly updating the messages on the Chance and Community cards in an effort to give Chicago the kind of street art it deserves.

Artist: website (source: colossal)

glennz:

Practice Range - Now Voting.   Watch illustration video
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ianbrooks:

Now Serving Toilet Paper from Carmichael Lynch
Take a seat. Now serving Number 2.

Artists: flickr / website

ianbrooks:

Now Serving Toilet Paper from Carmichael Lynch

Take a seat. Now serving Number 2.

Artists: flickr / website

ianbrooks:

Scratch-Off Minesweeper Postcards

From the “So Stupid It’s Brilliant” Department of “Why Didnt I Think of This Myself” Mart. Available for purchase at connectdesign. I’m a little worried about Windows timekillers invading the flesh world, but if someone finds a way to bring over the bouncing cards from a victorious game of Solitaire, I might mouth-kiss them.

(via: technabob)

Looking forward to the ever so youthful “what is minesweeper!?” reactions.