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…Typocalypse knows more about your fonts than you do?


Font-ophiles beware: Typocalypse knows what you’re thinking.

By analyzing each font and what it’s typically used for, Lars Willem Veldkampf’s set of Flickr photos dives into the subliminal messages these fonts are feeding you.

[Flickr – Typocalypse]

[Via: Drawn!]

…Skating in slow motion is spectacular?

When you slow down the movements of a skateboarder as he goes through a set of tricks, the intricacy of each move, and the difficulty of each moment become apparent like never before.

By shooting at 120 frames per second using the new RED camera, Opus Magnum Productions was able to create this beautiful film, called simply: “Skate”.

…YouTube smokes?

Burning Cigarette

It’s not exactly the most entertaining set of YouTube videos, but Rafael Rozendaal’s Burning Cigarette is definitely a unique use of the medium.

Start the videos as fast as you can from right to left to get the full effect.

[Rafael Rozendaal – Burning Cigarette]

[Via: The Presurfer]

…Adam Betts improved Adobe’s Creative Suite 3 icons?

Adobe Icons

Adobe decided to simplify the icon set for Creative Suite 3, and though I can’t say that I was ever a fan of the white box and nature item look, the new ones don’t really appeal to me either. Thankfully, Adam Betts has come to the rescue and created an entire set of icon replacements for Adobe users. The design gives a unified look to each of the programs, as well as the associated documents, and takes its inspiration directly from the Adobe packaging. Note to Adobe: Hire Adam Betts.

[Adam Betts – Adobe Creative Suite 3 Icons]

[Via: UNEASYsilence]