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NathalieKoziuscot-MorizetHeaderParis mayoral candidate Nathalie Koziuscot-Morizet has made quite a stir with her plans to revive old and abandoned Parisian metro stations. Not only would Koziuscot-Morizet be the first female to ever hold the title of mayor in the capital, but she’d also be the first to reclaim Paris’ abandoned stations. Sketches have already been released of what her plans are for the rundown train stations, with a theatre, swimming pool, restaurant, and art gallery among some of the ideas presented to the public.  Read the rest of this entry »


MeghanColemanHeaderOhio-born graphic designer Meghan Coleman loves a good challenge. Last September, she began her most recent endeavor, 365 Days of Balloons, a Tumblr blog dedicated to creating one colorful twisted object each day for a whole year. Now on day 107, her balloons have become wildly popular all over the internet. The cute and quirky objects themselves range in size and difficulty — from college mascots to a 5′ tall Christmass tree, complete with presents.

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StreetArt2013HeaderNow that 2013 is coming to an end, the Best of the Year lists are starting to pop up. Here is a selection of the year’s most eye catching and creative street art from around the world, each with different social messages and graphic styles.

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today’s fodder is courtesy of Dan Magdich. his submissions aren’t normally this PG, so it is nice to  finally be able to use one. Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every wednesday with the best of typography design works on the web; from type videos to images. everything is full of great design and typography

today’s fodder is the Wacom Inkling; the newest addition to the Wacom family. The Inkling bridges the gap between traditional, freehand sketching and digital development by capturing a digital likeness of a pen-on-paper sketch. here is what Gizmodo has to say about it…