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Sketchbook, February 2013 from Seb Lester on Vimeo.

BlackLetter was used throughout Europe from about 1150 until the end of the 17th century. One of my current preoccupations is developing a set of modern BlackLetter capitals that are highly legible, in BlackLetter terms, and yet retain the richness and beauty inherent in this ancient category of letterform. From time to time I will film clips like this to record my progress. Prints and originals available from seblester.co.uk, twitter.com/seblester. Music by Carlos Márquez, soundcloud.com/cmdigital

Street typography from Tom Williams on Vimeo.

A short film of two craftsmen at work. Happened to see them at work very early one morning and grabbed the camera.

Street typography in action.

Coin from EXIT 73 studios on Vimeo.

Donovan Murdock loves his Coin, when stolen from him, he will stop at nothing in this rock ‘em sock ‘em beat ‘em up! Take a nostalgic journey with Donovan as he travels through yesterdays most memorable video games!

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RGB LED Matrices with Raspberry Pi from Ali B. on Vimeo.

4 daisy-chained Sparkfun’s RGB LED Matrices[1], with custom backpack firmware [2] That allows 12bits word size (4bits per colour) configuration, displaying a random pattern that’s being generated by the Raspberry Pi running a tiny C program written with the help of the awesome wiringPi[4] library :)

The SPI connection runs through a Freetronics bi-directional level logic converter [4] (the Pi’s logic runs at 3.3V).

Planning for a full writeup on awhitebox.com soon, follow @dmondark (twitter.com/dmondark) if you’re interested! Until then, have a look at the test code.

[1] sparkfun.com/products/760
[2] github.com/fornellas/SFRGBLEDMatrix
[3] projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/wiringpi/
[4] freetronics.com/products/logic-level-converter-module

Micro Mayhem! from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios on Vimeo.

Buckle your safety belts for Micro Mayhem! 100% hand-crafted stop-motion animation using Micro Machines as the characters. Shot 99% IN CAMERA using a custom camera rig we created in order to make the tiny world look as EPIC as possible! Check out more from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios here:
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Foda é pouco para esta ilustração!˜

mrhipp:

It’s hard out here for a Fett…

Foda é pouco para esta ilustração!˜

mrhipp:

It’s hard out here for a Fett…

Reblogged from M I S T E R H I P P

Everyday is exactly the same

(Source: theatredreams)

Reblogged from vinikosaur