i like shiny objects

visualoop:

Typographical Images
Using text from classic scientific masterpieces
Stephen Gaeta, MD, PhD 

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So rad!

springald-jack:

beachgnome:

towritecomicsonherarms:

planetofjunk:

ferrousfellow:

the-thought-emporium-imperial:

Avengers + X-men # 06

omfg.  that’s it.

jumping ship to marvel.

it’s about time i catch up with tony, anyway.

Absolutely brilliant.

one of the best things marvel has done in an age

THIS IS WHY I READ COMICS.

Honestly Astronauts vs Cavemen is a different question in the Marvel Universe where the most famous astronauts got superpowers out of their trip.

pretty cool.

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transitmaps:

University of Virginia University Transit Service (UTS) Map
Submitted by Justin Tran, who says:
This is a redesign I did of the University of Virginia’s University Transit Service (UTS) map. You can see the original here. It won’t be live until permanent repairs are done to a certain bridge on Grounds that has vastly detoured more than half of these routes.
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Transit Maps says:
This is pretty nice work here from Justin. It’s definitely been hugely influenced by the London Underground map, but works nicely in this context. I do think that the single-direction bus stop “ticks” are a little clever for their own good and rely on referring to the map’s legend a little too much to understand them fully. Something as integral to a transit map as a bus stop shouldn’t really need any further explanation to be able to understand it. A small arrow indicating which direction of travel the bus stop serves is the usual approach to this problem.
For the most part, the map looks great, although some of the curves could flow a bit better, especially around the hospital on the middle right of the map and on the orange University Loop line around the stadium.
Our rating: A solid effort that wears its influences on its sleeve. Overthinks the problem a bit, affecting usability slightly. Three stars.

P.S. As an aside, the geographically accurate map that Justin links to (PDF) is also pretty darn good.

Cool map.

transitmaps:

University of Virginia University Transit Service (UTS) Map

Submitted by Justin Tran, who says:

This is a redesign I did of the University of Virginia’s University Transit Service (UTS) map. You can see the original here. It won’t be live until permanent repairs are done to a certain bridge on Grounds that has vastly detoured more than half of these routes.

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Transit Maps says:

This is pretty nice work here from Justin. It’s definitely been hugely influenced by the London Underground map, but works nicely in this context. I do think that the single-direction bus stop “ticks” are a little clever for their own good and rely on referring to the map’s legend a little too much to understand them fully. Something as integral to a transit map as a bus stop shouldn’t really need any further explanation to be able to understand it. A small arrow indicating which direction of travel the bus stop serves is the usual approach to this problem.

For the most part, the map looks great, although some of the curves could flow a bit better, especially around the hospital on the middle right of the map and on the orange University Loop line around the stadium.

Our rating: A solid effort that wears its influences on its sleeve. Overthinks the problem a bit, affecting usability slightly. Three stars.

3 Stars

P.S. As an aside, the geographically accurate map that Justin links to (PDF) is also pretty darn good.

Cool map.

thetarrpit:

danielkrall:

Hey! Remember these guys? Duh dut duh dut dah dut duh duh dut dahhhh!

#dying everything about this is perfect. 

thetarrpit:

danielkrall:

Hey! Remember these guys? Duh dut duh dut dah dut duh duh dut dahhhh!

#dying everything about this is perfect. 

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thisblogisaboutmaps:

Map of the Unova Region in Pokemon Black & White

thisblogisaboutmaps:

Map of the Unova Region in Pokemon Black & White

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He began to draw cats


/Love this book.

He began to draw cats

/Love this book.

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oldblueeyes:

Timothy Leary: You aren’t like them. (x)

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