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Today I went to the cup noodle factory (& museum) in Osaka, Japan. It’s quite far out of the city, but after I read that you get to make your own cup noodle for 300¥ (£1.70/$2.90), I just had to go there. You go through the whole process of decorating a cup, adding the dry noodles, soup powder & your choice of 4 dry ingredients (I did pork, onion, garlic & decorative ducks). Then the cup is all sealed up (you even get to operate the machine to seal and fill it) and you pop it into an inflatable bubble bag with a red cord to take home with you!

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A font study on the typeface Futura 

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DIY: No-carve typography pumpkins using chalkboard paint.

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Please learn to long distance ward… It saves lives.

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Ever ran into a bush to ward it and get ganked and die?

Yeah… Start doing this instead:


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Top lane tri-bush from baron
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DESIGNER – NATSUMI ZAMA

Natsumi Zama’s fashion designs are inspired by traditional Japanese clothing, and her most recent work entitled “2 -> 3” explores the transition of fabric from two-dimensional to three-dimensional forms.  Each garment, when laid flat, looks as though it is mounted on a large expanse of square fabric, but when worn on the body this backdrop transforms into sweeping folds that dress the figure in pleats and fluted shapes.