1. (Source: blazepress)

  2. parislemon:

lohanthony:

predictively:

tactictaco:

pointmybodyouttosea:

i can watch this for hours

fuck you and your steady hand :’(

sorry for the porn

this is so soothing

Pretty much the exact opposite of my handwriting.

    parislemon:

    lohanthony:

    predictively:

    tactictaco:

    pointmybodyouttosea:

    i can watch this for hours

    fuck you and your steady hand :’(

    sorry for the porn

    this is so soothing

    Pretty much the exact opposite of my handwriting.

    (Source: edings)

  3. parislemon:

Keep it simple. Keep it retro.

    parislemon:

    Keep it simple. Keep it retro.

    (Source: linxspiration)

  4. (Source: burganprell)

  5. parislemon:

    itscolossal:

    Mobile Lovers / Banksy

    So good.

  6. parislemon:

    markcoatney:

    washingtonpost:

    silentgiantla:

    Animated artwork by Rebecca Mock

    Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.

    Beautiful gif art. <3

    Oh my Lord. We have to have these at AJAM.

    Lovely.

    Amazing

  7. parislemon:

Andy Hertzfeld on Susan Kare:

One day, I came over to her cubicle to see what she was working on, and I was surprised to see her laboring over a tiny icon portrait of Steve Jobs.
Icons were only 32 by 32 black or white pixels, 1024 dots in total, and I didn’t think it was possible to do a very good portrait in that tiny a space, but somehow Susan had succeeded in crafting an instantly recognizable likeness with a mischevious grin that captured a lot of Steve’s personality. Everyone she showed it to liked it, even Steve himself.

Via Priceonomics’ in-depth look at Kare, definitely worth the read.

    parislemon:

    Andy Hertzfeld on Susan Kare:

    One day, I came over to her cubicle to see what she was working on, and I was surprised to see her laboring over a tiny icon portrait of Steve Jobs.

    Icons were only 32 by 32 black or white pixels, 1024 dots in total, and I didn’t think it was possible to do a very good portrait in that tiny a space, but somehow Susan had succeeded in crafting an instantly recognizable likeness with a mischevious grin that captured a lot of Steve’s personality. Everyone she showed it to liked it, even Steve himself.

    Via Priceonomics’ in-depth look at Kare, definitely worth the read.

  8. 7 April 2014

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    nevver

    parislemon:

nevver:

Game of Thrones, Robert Mall

So glad it’s back.

Been waiting a long time for this. 

    parislemon:

    nevver:

    Game of Thrones, Robert Mall

    So glad it’s back.

    Been waiting a long time for this. 

  9. parislemon:

    Usually not a good thing when your product launch video looks and feels exactly like an April Fools joke.

    I am quite interested in this. 

  10. parislemon:

    rhiannaholly:

    this is such a beautiful game

    Confirmed, this game is beautiful. 

    So nice, can’t believe I haven’t seen it already.