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moon83:

Felice Varini

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type-lover:

Be the type
by Gustavo Mancini

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visualgraphc:

New York City

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pixalry:

Legend of Zelda Custom Wall Clock - Created by Justin Moravetz

Available for sale only on Etsy.

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cargonoir:

Pyramidion

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the-brawl-girl:

Mario and Yoshi Summer 2014 image from an email from Nintendo of Japan.
For those with a Japanese Nintendo ID, the email also comes with various wallpaper sizes for desktops and mobile phones.

the-brawl-girl:

Mario and Yoshi Summer 2014 image from an email from Nintendo of Japan.

For those with a Japanese Nintendo ID, the email also comes with various wallpaper sizes for desktops and mobile phones.

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pxlbyte:

Custom Gaming Shoes by Bobsmade

We’ve featured shoes from this artist before, but they’ve been hard at work creating more awesome designs. You can check out their full site to see whats available as well as commission your own designs.

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tootokki:

lmAo.. didn’t have anything for the last box so uhhh.. moving dots it is

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cargonoir:

KeyFlower

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dsbeans:

Glass Road is the quickest of Uwe Rosenberg’s games. Or, at least, the quickest that I’ve played.

Rather than placing workers on a board, we are selecting cards that allow us to perform a variety of actions. The resource tracker in this game takes its lessons from Ora & Labora with a cool dial mechanic that really works well with the way that bricks and glass are produced. In many ways, it is an improvement over its predecessor in terms of physical design.

The order in which you play your cards is of vital importance in this game and it took me a couple rounds to really get the hang of it.

A tremendous amount of depth and fun squeezed into a relatively small game. All told, excluding setup, we were done in about 30 minutes.

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culturedisco:

Devised to challenge mainstream
perceptions of museums and art galleries, Cabinet was an exhibition of works by 12 architects and designers who were given unprecedented access to the archives and collections of Plymouth City Museum. Our posters advertise the exhibition by embodying those misapprehensions for a striking and impactful campaign.

http://www.buddycreative.com/

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