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New #ILoveTheseGuys post for Hybrid Design from New York graduate Sabrina Polanco-Ferreyra. Find out more about the studio and project highlights. I love Hybrid Design’s work for the Mohawk Maker Quarterly 11: Process issue. The different patterns, vibrant colors, and textures used throughout the various pages illustrate the intricacy and beauty of the process of …

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The complete text of Luke, with beautiful visual imagery and thoughtful design. An elegant, generous book showing us how Jesus invites all of humanity to the new family of God. NLT translation. This book is softcover, 120 pages, perfect bound, and printed in full color on uncoated paper in Canada. The dimensions are 7.5" x 9.5"

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Wrap up the year in style with a great annual report! In our list of 60 best InDesign Annual Report templates, you can find the right one for you!

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Forest School is a scheme set-up by Hackney Council, London that seeks to connect children living within the local built-up area with the thrill of the rural outdoors. The scheme reaches out to schools and parents, offering programmes that cover all areas of the curriculum and aims to engage and develop a child’s understanding of sustainability. ...

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This month: A book on Roberto Burle Marx, the design of a favorite Spotify playlist series, and an identity for an experimental tea house.

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Lots of 90s trends are back in style! Crop tops, chokers, even scrunchies (...seriously). And there’s one trend that’s taking the design world by storm that would feel right at home in 1995—and that’s gradients. A few decades back, gradients were a popular way to add color and depth

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If unwrapping the various bits of ephemera that come with the latest issue of Singapore’s limited-edition Rubbish FAMzine makes you feel like a kid again, that’s probably because half the design team is well underage. When the Lim’s (a.k.a Singapore’s most creative family) first started Holycrap art

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