Food for thought‘[...] do not think that good design can make a poor product good, whether the product be a machine, a building, a promotional brochure or a business man. But [...] good design can materially help make a good product reach its full potential. In short, [...] good design is good business.’
Thomas J. Watson Jr., IBM CEO

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February 26, 2008, 1:49 PM

Beautiful. More photos with geiko from Kyoto.
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(thanks Alin for the tip)

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Planets – 360° panoramic photos

December 9, 2007, 1:43 AM

Alexandre Duret-Lutz takes some awesome 360° panoramic photos. Have a look (he explains how they’re made on his flickr page):

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Thanks Gina :)

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Bad Mudaf'

November 21, 2007, 1:09 AM

Found this on Corbis today, by accident :) Ike and Tina Turner, showing their “black power” (by the look on her face, I guess Tina was already fed up with Ike’s demonstrations of power).

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Anyway, I guess it’s good tshirt graphics material :)

And by the way, if you want some BMF wallets like Samuel’s from Pulp Fiction, you can find more info here :)

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Wallpaper stuff

November 19, 2007, 3:09 AM

Chuck Anderson (Nopattern) did this beauty (it’s my wallpaper already):

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(via isotopic)

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Koen Demuynck

September 6, 2007, 12:55 PM

Great photography and photomanipulation on Koen Demuynck’s site.

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(via Chestionabil)

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Photo of today..

July 19, 2007, 1:45 PM

Beautiful Degas-reminding photograph (taken from here):degas-like.png

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Shorpy — glimpses from the past

July 17, 2007, 12:16 PM

Shorpy – the 100-year-old photo blog – has some great photos:

New York court, 1920
Powerhouse, 1920
Madame Bakmeteff and dog, 1915 (a.k.a. Bubico :D)
And the last one, a long, moody, exposure:

Railway Woosh, 1942

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