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    Fanny Lyckman Nail lacquer NCLA

    NCLA X Fanny Lyckmann // De vrais basiques !

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    a tutorial for creating "sketchy" blueprint style stuff in illustrator...

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    Brio

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    Ganymede is a geometric linear font combining industrial and architectural themes. Chiselled forms and a crisp finish parallel automotive styling and industrial design from the turn of the 21st century, while the straight sides resemble road signage fonts like DIN 1451, and to a lesser degree hand-lettered shop signs in the grotesk style.

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    Adri H. has been plotting and scheming (designs) since 2000. DraftPunk is a revival of the handwriting she used on her plans when designing for the stage. "It is always important to be very legible on ground plans because confusing 1' and 1" can be disastrous!" So, DraftPunk was made with legibility and clarity in mind.

    Draft Punk™ - Webfont & Desktop font

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    plotta

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    MVB Solano Gothic Bold was originally designed as a display face for the City of Albany, California (located on the San Francisco Bay facing the Golden Gate Bridge and bordering Berkeley). Named for the City’s main street, the typeface needed to work on signage in proximity to early 20th Century buildings, and in contemporary settings. Rather than creating a neutered design to cover all bases, Mark van Bronkhorst chose to develop a simple, strong, condensed face that would offer flexibility of s

    MVB Solano Gothic® - Desktop font « MyFonts

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    Bombelli is a font that looks like it has been handwritten by a meticulous architect in one of those hand-drawn blueprints of the old days. I chose the name to honor one of my ex-bosses -- a graphic designer-architect who taught me a lot of things when I was young and needed the money. One of the things he taught me – and probably the most important one – was to always be on time in the morning. He never said a word about me being late, but it worked. He taught me about being meticulous in detai

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    Details Details NF Another gem from the Blandford Press Pen and Brush Lettering and Practical Alphabets, this in-your-face typeface features strong geometric elements, delineated in blueprint fashion. A surefire attention-getter. Both versions of the font include the 1252 Latin and 1250 CE character sets (with localization for Romanian and Moldovan).

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    NT cornelia

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    Anodyne?

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    Anodyne?

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    Remember these?

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    Robin Hill–The Longest Night NOVEMBER 20, 2011 In my cyanotypes, matter is translated into degrees of opacity and translucency, which are the two-dimensional counterparts to thick and thin. As a process, light is the active ingredient and waiting is the passive ingredient.

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    The Surprising Subject of the First Book of Photographs

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    The Surprising Subject of the First Book of Photographs

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    Blue Diazotype

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    Blueprint - Also known as cyanotype

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    The Cyanotype process was used to create large reproductions of plans and designs. These images became known as Blueprints due to the rich prussian blue created by the process. One major advantage with the invention of photography was its ability to copy and reproduce drawings, diagrams and works of art. There was a time when if you wanted a copy of a drawing or painting you would have to draw it yourself by going to visit the actual object. Now we see reproductions of art, diagrams and images a

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    Anna Hepler used this process: She first collected insect wings, scanned them, then cut up and assembled the scans into 3D sculptures. She then photographed the sculptures, exposed transparencies to the cyanotype process, then copied and enlarged the cyanotypes, finally printing them out on inkjet printers. Wow! What a lot of manipulation! But what she got were images of objects that seem made out of light. They almost look like animated versions of atoms buzzing aro

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    Frank Lloyd Wright Column Details for S.C. Johnson and Son,  Inc. (detail) Cyanotype on heavy paper, 1945 (Blueprint) Provenance: City of Racine Building Commission, Wisconsin H: 36 1/4 x W: 46 1/2 inches (full sheet)

    Frank Lloyd Wright and the Three Golden Ages

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    Blueprint of the U.S. National Museum (Now the Arts & Industries building. Click to enlarge.), 1904, by Hornblower and Marshall, Smithsonian Institution Archives, RU92, Survey 4 , Photograph courtesy of Anna R. Friedman.

    Hindsight is 20/20: Revisiting Paper Treatments From Twenty Years Ago

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    template

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    really nice, geometric World's Fair stamp

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    I don't know what this one is for, but it's pretty amazing...

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