Font Apud Display designed by Dino dos Santos in 2010 at DSType Foundry.
The italics are really well made in this pack, reminds me of the great Quadraat font created by Fred Smeijers between 1992 and 2011.
You will also find the Apud Text if you need long readable text between 6 and 14 points.
With its refined high contrast and sharpness, Apud Display has the vitality and rigor of modern typefaces, every time you need your display setting to shine.4 hearts
Before they pass away is a monumental project by photographer (but I would also say ethnographer) Jimmy Nelson. He found and observed some indigenous tribes in various parts of the globe, “smiled and drank their mysterious brews before taking out his camera”, shared “vibrations, invisible but palpable”.
These poses, evoking a sort of paradoxical family portraits, show on the one hand a closer harmony between the original condition of man and the universe, which in some way are the same entity, on the other hand a contamination (e.g. weapons) and a disintegration imposed by an imperialist subtle tendency that considers this people’s condition as a disease to be eradicated.
To me, they’re wayfarers who don’t move to reach a specific goal or destination, but inhabit encountered landscapes as transits to the Place that makes every land a simple stage on the way back.
They dance in circles because if you spin, you never end.
What a sweet discover I made; Laura Jae and the free dowloadable EP Silver Lined Hearts, released just a few days ago. Alongside Gold Nights from White Hex this reached my top underrated albums of 2014, yet.
The electronic/cinematic/soul tag fits well.
Deserves way more likes and followers on Soundcloud, so do your job!2 hearts
The work spans disciplines, continents, and millennia: it’s part art and part science, has an innate environmentalism, and is underscored by an existential incursion into Deep Time. I begin at ‘year zero,’ and look back from there, exploring the living past in the fleeting present.
In this gallery:
1. Antarctic Moss (5,500 years old, Antarctica)
2. Welwitschia Mirabilis (2,000 years old, Namibia)
3. Spruce Gran Picea (9,550 years old, Sweden)
4. Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar (2,180-7,000 years old, Japan)
5. Bristlecone Pine (more than 5,000 years old, California)
6. La Llareta (up to 3,000 years old, Chile)
The author poses this interesting question:
What does it mean to capture a multi-millennial lifespan in 1/60th of a second?