It’s all a matter of perspective
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Yorokobu is a Spanish magazine that focuses on creativity, innovation, technology and design. Each month, different designers contribute to the “Numerografía” section by creating a set of numbers and in issue No. 48 we sent in our Roman Numerals.
These Roman Numerals are the offshoot of classical typography and architecture; the stems become Ionic columns; the shoulders, semicircular arches; and the crossbars, friezes. Between them, they also work as modules to play with and create small constructions.
Symbolically, in the same way that the objective of mathematics is to discover the universe, so numbers are the bricks that form that universe.
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Foi um semestre bem corrido devido a feriados, pontos facultativos e jogos da copa. Mas enfim, venci o primeiro semestre!!!e consegui superar minhas expectativas! O que na verdade foi uma diversão por ser algo que faço com paixão. Que venha o próximo semestre! #somosmuitos #vilavelha #universidade #school #estudos #designdeproduto #design #designer (em UVV - Universidade Vila Velha)
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Evolving the Art of Calligraphy with @seblester
To see more photos and videos of Seb’s daily calligraphy creations, follow @seblester on Instagram.
"I suppose there is a ‘letterform evangelist’ aspect to my Instagram account," says illustrator and calligrapher Seb Lester (@seblester), “but calligraphy has an immediacy, and most people seem to appreciate it on some level.”
"Learning calligraphy is a wonderful journey through history for me," Seb explains. "My work blends my knowledge of the ancient art of calligraphy with my knowledge of modern design and technology." Sharing through Instagram, Seb says, mirrors this blending of the old and new. "I think it’s an excellent example of how well this ancient art form can translate to the Internet."