Sonic Disorder

thedsgnblog:

Bruketa&Žinić   |   http://bruketa-zinic.com

“Valtida Piccola is a brand of olive oil from Rovinj (Istria, Croatia).”

Bruketa&Žinić OMconsists of advertising agencies Bruketa&Žinić OM Zagreb, Popular Bruketa&Žinić OM Belgrade, Bruketa&Žinić OM Baku, brand consultancy Brandoctor, digital agency Brlog, and Brigada – design studio specialized in optimization of retail stores, product design and architecture. The agency was founded by Davor Bruketa and Nikola Žinić in 1995 and today it numbers some 50 marketing communication experts who stand behind the agency’s projects and achievements. It deals with strategic planning and every kind of on line and off line communication with customers, for clients in different markets.

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— 1 year ago with 247 notes

theoinglis:

Maricor/Maricar, the studio of Australian twins Maricor and Maricar Manalo, updated their website in February with a new design and lots of new work. Just realised I’ve had this post in my drafts since then! 

Big fan of all their work, very original. I especially love the embroidered and colourful typography. Think they have posted about their process in the past on their blog, or pictures on Instagram. Looking forward to perhaps seeing some embroidery in person at Pick Me Up this year. 

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1ucasvb:

The familiar trigonometric functions can be geometrically derived from a circle.
But what if, instead of the circle, we used a regular polygon?
In this animation, we see what the “polygonal sine” looks like for the square and the hexagon. The polygon is such that the inscribed circle has radius 1. (There’s a very neat reason for this.)
Since these polygons are not perfectly symmetrical like the circle, the function will depend on the orientation of the polygon.
More on this subject can be found in this other post

1ucasvb:

The familiar trigonometric functions can be geometrically derived from a circle.

But what if, instead of the circle, we used a regular polygon?

In this animation, we see what the “polygonal sine” looks like for the square and the hexagon. The polygon is such that the inscribed circle has radius 1. (There’s a very neat reason for this.)

Since these polygons are not perfectly symmetrical like the circle, the function will depend on the orientation of the polygon.

More on this subject can be found in this other post

(via agiantgirl)

— 1 year ago with 401273 notes

gingerlandcomics:

More pages from my comic Hawaii 1997. I’ll be debuting some nice risograph editions of the entire 60-page comic at this year’s Stumptown Comics FestJack from Snakebomb Comix is doing the printing.

(Source: gingerlandcomics)

— 1 year ago with 1968 notes
Time and Patience is the key: DD Tutorial: From Start to Finish →

pscs5:

As the blog has picked up over the past few months, I’ve received tons of messages asking for advice and tips on how to create hand-drawn type designs. So I thought it would be fun to give you guys an inside look as to how a Daily Dishonesty goes from a sketch to published piece on the blog….

(Source: dailydishonesty.com)

— 1 year ago with 1858 notes