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NOFAME fashion

For his 7th project of the year, Simon Rahm has created a fashion brand that creates unique t-shirts. Each t-shirt features an original photo of somebody else but you can only buy by submitting your own photo so that your face appears on someone else's t-shirt.

Reminds me of an app called Rando, which is now defunct but plenty of clones have popped up, including Rando — Photo roulette by Modest.

Posted 12th Aug 2019 @ 14:07

#maharishinike

Looks like another Maharishi and Nike collaboration is on the way.

Posted 12th Aug 2019 @ 11:33

Pause

After linking to the PlusMinus screwdriver, I ended up going to down a hole looking at other items Erdem Selek had designed and this one jumped out as a great idea.

The concept is very simple, but adds a consistent marker that turns into a bookmark on every page of the book.

Posted 10th Aug 2019 @ 14:00

PlusMinus Screwdrivers

Love how these look and can imagine the extra area would make them a joy to use. Really nice that it shows the type of screw, but I first thought the engraved signs would be there to direct you which way to turn the screw, but both signs are what you should push to make the screw tighter.

Price: $140

Posted 9th Aug 2019 @ 10:00

New logo and identity for football in Wales

The chiselled dragon is so good, it's a shame that the overall shield design feels a bit... generic.

Welsh dragon

I'd have love to have seen just the dragon as the logo, more like how the Netherlands brand their jerseys, although they're technically in a shield too, it's just that the shield seems to match the colour of the garment most of the time.

Posted 8th Aug 2019 @ 16:14

Google Maps gains 'Live View' augmented reality walking directions

As someone trying to ditch Google Maps and use a more integrated app, this is really annoying to see

According to Google, the Live View feature isn't meant to be used with your iPhone held up in front of you as you walk – rather, its designed to provide a quick and simple way of orienting yourself if you enter unfamiliar territory.

Sounds really interesting and really useful. Just as I've been seeing Apple Maps cars near both my home and place of work.

Posted 8th Aug 2019 @ 14:50

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