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This logo is very clever. I love the fact that a bar code makes the shape of a beer mug. It is funny to me to see. I am not sure what kind of company this is for, other than some kind of beer company or bar. It is eye catching and clever.


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Royal Mail 76p postage stamp celebrating the London 2012 Olympic Games - this stamp promotes The Isle of Man for the Tennis event and was designed by British fashion designer Sir Paul Smith

Royal Mail 76p postage stamp celebrating the London 2012 Olympic Games - this stamp promotes The Isle of Man for the Tennis event and was designed by British fashion designer Sir Paul Smith

Andy Goldsworthy. By far one of my favorites do to the fact that he very wisely uses the reflection of the water as part of the sculpture.

Andy Goldsworthy. By far one of my favorites do to the fact that he very wisely uses the reflection of the water as part of the sculpture.

German-based artist Cornelia Konrads makes incredible land art installations that defy gravity. Her work is punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, where stacked objects appear to be suspended in mid-air, reinforcing their temporary nature as if the installation is beginning to dissolve.

German-based artist Cornelia Konrads makes incredible land art installations that defy gravity. Her work is punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, where stacked objects appear to be suspended in mid-air, reinforcing their temporary nature as if the installation is beginning to dissolve.

Sir Paul Smith designed Isle of Man 2012 Olympic stamps

Sir Paul Smith's Olympics stamps

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Black Cat Lounge

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RW Awesomeness of the Day:  2012 Olympic stamps designed by British fashion designed Sir Paul Smith for the Isle of Man postal service

RW Awesomeness of the Day: 2012 Olympic stamps designed by British fashion designed Sir Paul Smith for the Isle of Man postal service

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