What do you think? Do you think typeface / font size / kerning makes a difference?
Posted in Graphic Design, Stationery, things, Type design, Typography
Tagged Adam Christopher, design, design value, fonts, future notion, graphic design, type design, type face, typography
who woulda thunk that?
bird shaped scissors designed by Hiroshi Kajimoto.
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Tagged design, future notion, hiroshi kajimoto, japan, Japanese, product design, stationery
Sometimes it takes a really awesome brainiac to come up with something like this – it’s a perfect example of unexpected use of materials and an out-of-this-world inspiration to come up with this genius idea. Of course, the Oregon Ducks won the game, with a little help from their main men, Nike.
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Tagged design, design in football, design in protection, football, helmet, protecting, safety, unexpected, unusual use of materials, wit, wit in design
function & form
Future Notion is all about Design.
Design adding value.
Design inspiring lives.
Design cutting down waste.
Design providing solutions.
Design as an economic multiplier.
At Future Notion, we aim to add value to the design chain by providing a marketplace for brave, forward thinking and innovative designers to launch, sustain and optimize their resources.
We want to deploy the most robust digital and innovative strategies to enable and empower everyone who is brave enough to embrace Design as a career to build sustainable businesses and inspire people.
We see Future Notion as a creative utopia of sorts – we celebrate form, function, fun & future.
Do check back often to see what inspires us…
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Tagged accessories, careers in design, design, design as a career, design career, designers, designing, fashion, fashion design, future, future notion, product design, sales channel, textile design, utopia