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Grab Your Gonads

Grab Your Gonads

Goodnight, Sleep Right. by Audrey Yang

Goodnight, Sleep Right. is a project that aims to create awareness of the importance of sufficient and quality sleep.

Research has shown that an average person spends about a-third of his/her life asleep. Yet, many are unaware of how greatly this activity affects us. In our increasingly busy lives, it is not uncommon to see people sacrificing sleep time to do other (probably less important) things. Hence, this project attempts to educate people on sleep and also encourage people to sleep right.

Click through for the full 8-page pamphlet.

Should I work for free?

Should I work for free?

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day: “The Evolution of the Geek”
I will henceforth be referring to my style as a “mix of tech and Urkel.”
(Embiggen)
[flowtown.]

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day:The Evolution of the Geek

I will henceforth be referring to my style as a “mix of tech and Urkel.”

(Embiggen)

[flowtown.]

(via channers)

treee:

laurenlemon, timmelideo
IKEA has released a cookbook. The ingredients are all photographed separately (top) and then the finished product. (via)

treee:

laurenlemontimmelideo

IKEA has released a cookbook. The ingredients are all photographed separately (top) and then the finished product. (via)

(via afterclap)

thinair:

readmysoul:

(via dinnertheory)
I always liked sets in math. 
=)



Too awesome to pass up.

thinair:

readmysoul:

(via dinnertheory)

I always liked sets in math. 

=)

Too awesome to pass up.

astronautte:

Heinrich-Siegfried Bormann visual analysis of a piece of music from a  color-theory class with Wassily Kandinsky

(via ilovecharts)

astronautte:

Heinrich-Siegfried Bormann
visual analysis of a piece of music from a color-theory class with Wassily Kandinsky

(via ilovecharts)

icantgetanythingelse:

-mockingbird:

for grohlbeard.

SAVED. Is this for Soulsilver too?

This is terribly hard to read. Try http://pokemondb.net/type for a neat, colour-coded table that doesn’t require you to tilt your head 45 degrees to the right

icantgetanythingelse:

-mockingbird:

for grohlbeard.

SAVED. Is this for Soulsilver too?

This is terribly hard to read. Try http://pokemondb.net/type for a neat, colour-coded table that doesn’t require you to tilt your head 45 degrees to the right

(via afterclap)
It’s okay with you if it’s Swiss?- Yes —> Helvetica- No  —> (Dead end hahaha)

(via afterclap)

It’s okay with you if it’s Swiss?
- Yes —> Helvetica
- No  —> (Dead end hahaha)

The Loudness Wars: Why Music Sounds Worse

Christopher Clark graphed the peak levels of and RMS levels of three hit songs a year over the past three decades.

The linked article confuses several issues and features older audio engineers whining about stuff, but this little graph makes a powerful point simply: popular music has been getting a lot louder over the years. Here’s a nice PDF poster if you like.

The Loudness Wars: Why Music Sounds Worse

Christopher Clark graphed the peak levels of and RMS levels of three hit songs a year over the past three decades.

The linked article confuses several issues and features older audio engineers whining about stuff, but this little graph makes a powerful point simply: popular music has been getting a lot louder over the years. Here’s a nice PDF poster if you like.

channers:

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day: “Evolution of Storage” by Curtiss Spontelli.
You’ve come a long way, HDD.
Embiggen.
[via.]

channers:

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day:Evolution of Storage” by Curtiss Spontelli.

You’ve come a long way, HDD.

Embiggen.

[via.]

mariakonstantinov:

Jez Burrows / Projects / The Modern Listener’s Guide
A series bringing together the previously disparate worlds of indie-rock and information graphics, for reasons that still aren’t immediately clear. Large-format limited screenprints, the first of which being a lyrical and statistical analysis of Destroyer’s Destroyer’s Rubies.
Available to buy.

mariakonstantinov:

Jez Burrows / Projects / The Modern Listener’s Guide

A series bringing together the previously disparate worlds of indie-rock and information graphics, for reasons that still aren’t immediately clear. Large-format limited screenprints, the first of which being a lyrical and statistical analysis of Destroyer’s Destroyer’s Rubies.

Available to buy.

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