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As CreativeMornings’ Official Partner for Visual Inspiration, we get pretty excited when the global free breakfast-lecture series decides on a new monthly theme. For February, “Rebel” is the guide for the month’s talks, and we’re honoring that theme with a special series of inspirational poster art.

To create these posters, we asked CreativeMornings to curate some of the best “rebel wisdom” from previous talks, then tasked illustrator Zach Higgins with mashing up those quotes with assets from the Shutterstock collection.

Check out the talks in the source link!

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relayroom:

Something after our own heart — non-latin typography. It’s curious to see pictograms used with (in this case) Kanji characters, which after all, have their root in pictograms. Fascinating nonetheless. See the Japanese Food Type here!

relayroom:

Something after our own heart — non-latin typography. It’s curious to see pictograms used with (in this case) Kanji characters, which after all, have their root in pictograms. Fascinating nonetheless. See the Japanese Food Type here!

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London-based Japanese photographer Chino Otsuka explores the harsh truth of time lapse in her highly nostalgic and heartwarming series “Imagine Finding Me”. Otsuka took old photos from her childhood and adolescence and put pictures of her present self in them, creating bittersweet double self-portraits.

The work was done marvelously well. The two figures seems so natural being together in cool melancholy, as if the artist has gone back in time to meet her younger self.

“The digital process becomes a tool, almost like a time machine, as I’m embarking on the journey to where I once belonged and at the same time becoming a tourist in my own history,” said the photographer.

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Designer Sends Resume In Gorgeous Hand-Lettered Envelopes, Impresses Employers By Dorothy Tan, 09 Jan 2014 Share on Facebook Twitter Austin, Texas-based freelance designer Roxy Torres knows how important first impressions are in a competitive job market—to capture the attention of potential employers, she sent out her resume in beautiful hand-lettered manila envelopes that are bound to catch their eyes.

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THIS. If you struggle with inefficiency or find it difficult to keep track of all the things you have to do, this will be the game changer! Especially if you enjoy writing it all down.

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thedsgnblog:

Katerina Kopytina   |   http://katerinakopytina.com

"In LightBean’s lamp the globe bulb is not only the source of light but also an integral part of a shape. Made of local oak LightBean is finished with natural oil and has two colors: natural and black. 12 colors of textile cords help to integrate it into any interior."

Based in Moscow, Russian Federation, Katerina is a head of production design at Fleve. She is focused on product design, industrial design and furniture design.

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fastcompany:

"Almost all good writing begins with terrible first efforts. You need to start somewhere. Start by getting something—anything—down on paper."

Similar advice to graphic design actually…