prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)
An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.

You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project hereA Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here

prostheticknowledge:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme)

An animated font put together by sougwen:

Kinecdysis (Grapheme) is inspired by the motif of ecdysis (from Ancient Greek: ἐκδύω, ekduo, to take off, strip off).
At the epilogue of transformation, what remains? Ecdysis is the process of shedding or casting off the exoskeleton in invertebrate organisms. As a metaphor for writing, it is in equal parts an assemblage, homage and exorcism of the self in all its prior iterations. It is the verbal vestige that forms the story of our private ecdysis… within it, the narratives that contain the modicum of our memory.
You can try typing out some lines at the Kinecdysis site here
You can find out more about the project here
A Tumblr blog featuring the entire font in animated form can be found here
beesandbombs:

sphere worms
motionaddicts:

Breathe
smelliott:

Fletcher Cove
9999ad:

people to see, places to go!

9999ad:

people to see, places to go!

(9999adから)

dailycube:










Cube#310




Title: Constructivism cube
Material: Animation / gif / blender
Year: 2014

dailycube:

Cube#310

Title: Constructivism cube

Material: Animation / gif / blender

Year: 2014

(konishirokuから)

japaneseaesthetics:

ITŌ Jakuchū 伊藤 若冲 (1716-1800), about 1780’s, Japan

(subdubから)


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Cat Table by © LYCS architectureDesigned to keep your cat off you keyboard. via TreeHugger | cybergata

Cat Table by © LYCS architectureDesigned to keep your cat off you keyboard. via TreeHugger | cybergata

Cat Table by © LYCS architecture
Designed to keep your cat off you keyboard.
via TreeHugger | cybergata

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