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I'm Nissa. A Friendly girl, ain't a bitch. Caribbean Chica and loves to Ripstick.
Although, To be honest.. I'm Sad, but I'm myself to please me and not others.
You said you Liked me, but you act as if you don't.
So i feel empty. Nevertheless, #Heartbrokenchica #SingleLifeAndAnime.
I Still Smile. :) Follow my blog, I won't throw a bitch fit.

 

semaev:

ALL FOR ONE Infographic

(by dework)

Infographic design is certainly one of the most engaging challenges that creative business can offer and we are always pleased to participate in projects of this type every time we have opportunity. This time we had task to create infographics based on the topic of teambuilding, company activities outside the workplace and fun among the colleagues. We wanted to design interesting and funny icons for various elements and aspects of the event, with a humorous reference to a number of situations, such as sports, social life, entertainment and so on. Special focus was put on the characters as we wanted to create different characters for each segment of the infographic. In this presentation we highlighted the design of the most important ones.
 
AD: Goran Pandža, Sonja Kovačević
Illustration: Sonja Kovačević
Graphic Design: Kristina Radovanović
Organization: Filip Marić

paddleson:

YURI PATTISON, chelyabinsk eBay extrusions <three>, 2013.925 silver, 316L stainless steel, titanium, .STL files
When the Chelyabinsk meteor entered Russia in 2013, Yuri Pattison watched as meteorite fragments were instantly commodified on eBay. Fascinated by the market, the perceived spirituality or superstitious quality of the fragments, looming questions of authenticity, and how meticulously the fragments were photographed, Pattison saved hundreds of images onto his computer. He started to think about how he could materialize and heighten the question of supply and demand, seeing as how reports on the size of the meteorite varied greatly and the actual supply of fragments was unknown.
"The interesting thing about working digitally, especially with 3D printing," he wrote, "is that the information that’s contained and conveyed through the work is of primary importance. The value isn’t necessarily based on whether the piece is a copy or an original." Ultimately, Pattison reverse engineered the images back into physical form as 3D printed objects in silver, stainless steel, and titanium, returning the meteorite fragments, layered with new meaning, to the realm from which they emerged. (Text by Paddles ON! curator Lindsay Howard)
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paddleson:

YURI PATTISONchelyabinsk eBay extrusions <three>, 2013
.925 silver, 316L stainless steel, titanium, .STL files

When the Chelyabinsk meteor entered Russia in 2013, Yuri Pattison watched as meteorite fragments were instantly commodified on eBay. Fascinated by the market, the perceived spirituality or superstitious quality of the fragments, looming questions of authenticity, and how meticulously the fragments were photographed, Pattison saved hundreds of images onto his computer. He started to think about how he could materialize and heighten the question of supply and demand, seeing as how reports on the size of the meteorite varied greatly and the actual supply of fragments was unknown.

"The interesting thing about working digitally, especially with 3D printing," he wrote, "is that the information that’s contained and conveyed through the work is of primary importance. The value isn’t necessarily based on whether the piece is a copy or an original." Ultimately, Pattison reverse engineered the images back into physical form as 3D printed objects in silver, stainless steel, and titanium, returning the meteorite fragments, layered with new meaning, to the realm from which they emerged. (Text by Paddles ON! curator Lindsay Howard)

Register to BID IN PADDLES ON! in London on July 3rd →
Register to PRE-BID on Paddle8 starting June 18th →

lindsaychrist:

ive been fired from taco bell 4 separate times but i keep just showing up for work and they forget

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