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Lyndsey Vu is a freelance Illustrator and Concept Artist...

















Lyndsey Vu is a freelance Illustrator and Concept Artist based out of Cincinnati, Ohio. She currently works at a Cincinnati based studio doing product communication while doing freelance projects on the side. Follow her on Tumblr and Facebook.

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Neue Haas Unica by Linotypehe Neue Haas Unica™ family is an...















Neue Haas Unica by Linotype

he Neue Haas Unica™ family is an extended, reimagined version of the Haas Unica® design, a Helvetica® alternative that achieved near mythical status in the type community before it virtually disappeared. Originally released in 1980 by the Haas Type Foundry for phototypesetting technology of the day, the design was never successfully updated for today’s digital environments – until now. Toshi Omagari of the Monotype Studio has given this classic a fresh, digital facelift with more weights, more languages and more letters to meet today’s digital and print needs.

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really-shit: Patrick Kramer’s mind boggling paintings will have...















really-shit:

Patrick Kramer’s mind boggling paintings will have you reaching for your glasses every time to catch a better look. Composed of 100% paint and ingenuity, his work is a wonder to many, engaging artistic audiences worldwide.

“People will walk past a fairly banal hyper-realistic work, assuming it’s a photograph, but when told it’s a painting, will do a double-take. They’ll go back and scrutinize, look for brush strokes, analyse the work in a way that would never occur with photography. The image hasn’t changed, only the process behind the work, but it changes everything for the viewer.”

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LYNK Headphones Concept Study for SkullCandy is Inspired by The Lifestyle of a Skateboarder

Submitted by Abid Shaikh and Divya Chadha, LYNK Headphones are concept study inspired by a skateboarder lifestyle. Skateboarding is not just a sport, it contributes to bring revolution in fashion, language, and music. This concept headphones are the first designed specifically for skateboarders.

Designed as wireless headphones with Bluetooth connectivity, this music device connects to any Bluetooth compatible gadgets such as your smartphones, iPods, or any other music players. The special feature of this device is the ability to swap earpieces with others, giving users the freedom to customize their headphones with vibrant colors. This also means skateboarders can build bond through music.

Designers : Abid Shaikh and Divya Chadha

LYNK Headphones Concept Study for SkullCandy is Inspired by The Lifestyle of a Skateboarder by Abid Shaikh and Divya Chadha

LYNK Headphones Concept Study for SkullCandy is Inspired by The Lifestyle of a Skateboarder by Abid Shaikh and Divya Chadha

LYNK Headphones Concept Study for SkullCandy is Inspired by The Lifestyle of a Skateboarder by Abid Shaikh and Divya Chadha

LYNK Headphones Concept Study for SkullCandy is Inspired by The Lifestyle of a Skateboarder by Abid Shaikh and Divya Chadha

LYNK Headphones Concept Study for SkullCandy is Inspired by The Lifestyle of a Skateboarder by Abid Shaikh and Divya ChadhaLYNK features:

  • Music without wires: No more wires. Go wireless with Bluetooth connectivity with your gadgets (Phone, mp3, etc.).
  • Detachable earpiece: Detach and swap for different shades with Smart
    snap & magnetic plate.
  • Comfortable cushion buds: Designed to enclose your ears within the
    cushioned buds so that you don’t miss any detail with powerful sound environment
  • Refreshing colors
  • Smart grip: A blend of 2 materials giving the rugged edge and a proper grip for your hands
  • Show-Off: Why hide when you can show-off? Glow in the dark and let LYNK
    make the statement

Tuvie has received “LYNK Headphones” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

LYNK Headphones Concept Study for SkullCandy is Inspired by The Lifestyle of a Skateboarder is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

This Is What Your Finger Length Can Reveal About Your Personality (3 pics)

The length of your finger is a secret window that offers a look into the ways of your personality. Which category do you fall under?

A) The charming but pragmatic one.

This one is me! People who have a ring finger longer than the index finger tend to be charming and irresistible to some at least. A’s are the ones who can talk themselves out of just about any situation. Additionally, they’re aggressive and excellent problem solvers. They tend to be incredibly compassionate and are often scientists, engineers, soldiers, and crossword puzzle masters.
B) The confident, get-it-done type.

People with shorter ring fingers than index fingers are the self-confident, get-it-done types. They love solitude in which to work and accomplish the things they need to do, but that doesn’t necessarily indicate introversion. They’re very goal oriented and don’t like to be disturbed. They appreciate what they have but often hunger for more.
C) The peacenik

C’s are the peace-loving conflict-avoiding types. People with even ring and index finger length are well organized and want nothing but to get along with everyone. They are faithful in relationships, tender and caring partners, but beware: C’s have a fiery core that while suppressed in normal day-to-day activities can be dangerous if unleashed. They might be peaceniks, but please, stay on their good side.



Awesome Snapshots of People and Places from the Past (21 pics)

Sunset Strip in 1979.
Dalai Lama, 2 years old, 1937.
Jean Patchett, 1950s.
Betty Brosmer "The girl with the amazingly thin waist" 1950s.
The Who (1960s).
David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed in 1971.
Vin Diesel in high school (1985).
Police officer guarding Galt, Ontario pharmacy in waist-high flood waters, May 17, 1974.
Man on a wild chopper bicycle, early 70s Chicago.
Andre The Giant posing with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, circa 1978.
Pre-WWE Undertaker playing basketball in the mid 80s.
A Snowmobile, 1950s.
A huge pig on the parade, USSR, 1920s.
Alexandra Hay in the late '60s.
Frank Sinatra arriving by helicopter with a drink in hand, 1964.
Julie Newmar, 1950s.
Future Samurai. Nagasaki, 1870.
Miss Turkey, 1936.
Women On Bicycles In 1940.
Bruce Lee training Sharon Tate to kick (late 60s).
Griswold family in front of Eiffel Tower, 1985.