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weandthecolor:

Nice Package Design Inspiration
Packaging design for Take Away, a fast food brand that offers dairy-free breakfasts. Created by Beatrice Menis in cooperation with Mara Rodríguez.
via: WE AND THE COLORFacebook // Twitter // Google+ // Pinterest

weandthecolor:

Nice Package Design Inspiration

Packaging design for Take Away, a fast food brand that offers dairy-free breakfasts. Created by Beatrice Menis in cooperation with Mara Rodríguez.

welovephoneography:

Nick Laham had the sweet opportunity to shoot the NY Yankees team but.. he had to set up in a bathroom stall.

No worries—not only did he shoot pics with his regular camera, he also managed to snap some using his iPhone & Instagram!

And that’s not all—Getty Images is now licensing these phone pics.

Commercial Sports Photographer Uses iPhone to Snap the NY Yankees Baseball Team

via FStoppers, with some photos from Nick Laham’s blog

(via photojojo)

oliphillips:

Albert Einstein Lego Sculpture

(via oliphillips)

svalts:

In addition to the Pokeballs Collections - Generation IV and V.

Generation I, II, III, IV, V - by Uniqschweick12

(Source: svalts)

photojojo:

We’ve seen a lot of 365 projects, but David Talley’s really took it to the next level, well done. 

photojojo:

We’ve seen a lot of 365 projects, but David Talley’s really took it to the next level, well done. 

ianbrooks:

The Old Skool Tweetphone by UP Digital Bureau and Unteleported

Efficiency is for suckers with not enough time on their hands, the Tweetphone prefers to take things easy, man. Utilizing a rotary dial to input letters (and since there’s a few more letters than numbers, you’ll have to flip the rotary around several times for certain ones), the days of lightning-thumbing 140 characters is over, as evidenced by Tweetphone’s succinct twitter feed:

(via: engadgetdvice)

designoclock:

Helvetica Cookie Cutters

(via calebaffleck)

oliphillips:

Villa de Patos

Designed by Savvy Studio

(via oliphillips)

weandthecolor:

Nice Package Design Inspiration
Packaging design for Take Away, a fast food brand that offers dairy-free breakfasts. Created by Beatrice Menis in cooperation with Mara Rodríguez.
via: WE AND THE COLORFacebook // Twitter // Google+ // Pinterest

weandthecolor:

Nice Package Design Inspiration

Packaging design for Take Away, a fast food brand that offers dairy-free breakfasts. Created by Beatrice Menis in cooperation with Mara Rodríguez.

(Source: g-lauben, via morbaa)

welovephoneography:

Nick Laham had the sweet opportunity to shoot the NY Yankees team but.. he had to set up in a bathroom stall.

No worries—not only did he shoot pics with his regular camera, he also managed to snap some using his iPhone & Instagram!

And that’s not all—Getty Images is now licensing these phone pics.

Commercial Sports Photographer Uses iPhone to Snap the NY Yankees Baseball Team

via FStoppers, with some photos from Nick Laham’s blog

(via photojojo)

oliphillips:

Albert Einstein Lego Sculpture

(via oliphillips)

svalts:

In addition to the Pokeballs Collections - Generation IV and V.

Generation I, II, III, IV, V - by Uniqschweick12

(Source: svalts)

(Source: darisova, via thisisntalex)

photojojo:

We’ve seen a lot of 365 projects, but David Talley’s really took it to the next level, well done. 

photojojo:

We’ve seen a lot of 365 projects, but David Talley’s really took it to the next level, well done. 

ianbrooks:

The Old Skool Tweetphone by UP Digital Bureau and Unteleported

Efficiency is for suckers with not enough time on their hands, the Tweetphone prefers to take things easy, man. Utilizing a rotary dial to input letters (and since there’s a few more letters than numbers, you’ll have to flip the rotary around several times for certain ones), the days of lightning-thumbing 140 characters is over, as evidenced by Tweetphone’s succinct twitter feed:

(via: engadgetdvice)

designoclock:

Helvetica Cookie Cutters

(via calebaffleck)

oliphillips:

Villa de Patos

Designed by Savvy Studio

(via oliphillips)

lacarpa:

Pencil vs Camera
by
Caroline Madison

lacarpa:

Pencil vs Camera

by

Caroline Madison

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