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Pumpipumpe may sound bawdy, perhaps even more so when you discover it’s a new sharing community, but the origins of its name are actually quite innocuous. The Swiss based project started out as a way of letting cyclists with a flat tyre know which houses in a neighbourhood had a bike pump they could borrow. They did this by putting a sticker of a bike pump on their mailboxes. The scheme has since expanded into a system that lets neighbours advertise any items they have to lend. From a tent to a telescope, a fondue set to a chess set, those who want to get involved, simply order a free pack of stickers from the project’s website and place the stickers of what they’re prepared to lend on their mailbox.

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"If more politicians in this country were thinking about the next generation instead of the next election, it might be better for the United States and the world."

— Claude Pepper, senator and representative (1900-1989) 

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jasondesigns:

Beautiful, fun type with a clean layout.

I’m still a sucker for work like this.

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jasondesigns:

nae-design:

here.

A new cookbook The Geometry of Pasta, with recipes by chef Jacob Kenedy published by Boxtree/Macmillan.

A book titled The Geometry of Pasta kind of lends itself to a great design.

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The Two Gentleman of Verona by McLane Teitel

Negative space is a powerful tool.

jasondesigns:

visualgraphc:

The Two Gentleman of Verona by McLane Teitel

Negative space is a powerful tool.

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