King Hell Killer

Ask me anything   "what I got was the big-daddy version of that, raw rush, the king hell killer uncut real thing, exploding eight ways from sunday into a void that stank of poverty and lovelessness and obscurity" - William Gibson - The Winter Market

thedsgnblog:

Quote of the week - 14/07/2014

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Noel Shiveley is a 22 year old letterer and designer based in Pasadena, CA, USA. He is focused on calligraphy, typography, graphic design and is always interested in collaborations.

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vigilism:

Sci-Fi Cannibal-Architecture, you are never far from my heart. #art #design #architecture #scifi #graphic #artist #urbanism

vigilism:

Sci-Fi Cannibal-Architecture, you are never far from my heart. #art #design #architecture #scifi #graphic #artist #urbanism

— 2 weeks ago with 8 notes
sid766:

KTM X2 HYBRID by Anssi Mustonen

sid766:

KTM X2 HYBRID by Anssi Mustonen

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boysfantasy:

some concept-y stuff for a thing that PEOW / I am doing with customairstrikes !!! stuff gonna be coool!

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Circling gulls.

Circling gulls.

— 3 weeks ago

watershedplus:

Looking up from underwater, one sees the whole sky. But it doesn’t stretch 180 degrees from horizon to horizon like it does above water. Instead it’s compressed into a circle about 97 degrees across, regardless of the observer’s depth. This occurs because light rays bend when entering or exiting water. The shrunken sky seen by submerged observers is called Snell’s Window, informally named for Willebrord Snellius, a Dutch astronomer and mathematician. It’s also called the optical manhole.

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