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Letters feature reduced contrast, the lighter styles may evoke wired letters, while the heavier ones bear distinct slab serif references. The extremes thus work in harmony and fulfill the demanding requirements of advertising and magazine layout. The typeface is suitable for bottle labels, invitations, exhibition catalogues and posters, for printed and online presentations alike.
The name Pepone was chosen as an homage to Josef Kroutvor.5 hearts
Ry Cuming, aka RY X, with his latest precious stone sculpted for human beings.
Four-piece alternative rock band from North London Wolf Alice. Recommended for cloudy days and noisy bosses.
Shivum Sharma flattenes the waves so you can focus on that flicker again.3 hearts
The concept of this album by Steve Moore is intriguing: to propose a prophetic description of a possible future supercontintent configuration.
The streams of analog sounds and the harmonious clash of atmospheres give a potential example of cyclical formation and breakup of continents (and lifes, deaths) on earth.
By thus removing time as a reality in Nature, and by learning to think cyclically in the orderly rhythmic simplicity which Nature applies to all creating things, one will be greatly aided in his endeavor to see the universe as one whole. With full understanding of this pulsing heartbeat principle of interchange between the two opposites of electric expression, the expanding universe theory would never have been conceived. W.R.3 hearts
What happens to touristic places at the end of holidays? What the ice-cream man, the lifeguard, the carny do in the rest of the year? It’s easy to imagine them melancholic and motionless in their empty shop, desert windy beach or ghost luna park.
The photo series Au pays des merveilles – Wonderland by Ariene De Palacio brings me back to these thoughts, reminding the atmospheres of Jacques Tati’s Monsieur Hulot’s Holidays, but also Federico Fellini.
This is about nothingness, the none, that is the egyptian “Nun”, or the primeval waters waiting for the “Lotus Flower” (in this case, holidays) to break the “Egg of Creation”, giving birth to Life.
In this sense the world’s a stage. This is what we’re part of.