Fabrik typeface by Fabian Fohrer

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Fabrik Typeface by Fabian Fohrer

“Fabrik is a slightly edged sans-serif typeface designed by Fabian Fohrer. The aim was to create a contemporary typeface with some unique letterforms, based on the principle of contrast. Fabrik is available in two styles — Regular and Bold. ”

Fabian Fohrer is a design enthusiastic born in 1994. He is realizing smaller and larger projects focused on branding and corporate design during his graphic design studies in Constance, Germany.

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Quote of the week

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Quote(s) of the week by Minna May

Minna So is a graphic designer, illustrator, and letterer from Seattle, Washington. She also works as a social media marketer and content developer. In 2012 she began working on personal design projects and commissioned work for clients that include Tiffany & Co., Target, Julep, Pinterest, Chronicle Books, Hallmark Cards, and more.

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Best Of Dribbble

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Dribbble shots of the week – 09/11/2014

Dribbble is a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design. What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots (shots) that show their work, process, and current projects.

Every Sunday TDB features favorite shots from random Dribbble profiles. Feel free to share your Dribbble profile here.

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Saturday Recommendations

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Saturday Recommendations:  Vector Tuts+   |   http://vector.tutsplus.com

Yesterday I was just too busy that I forgot to update this section so I decided to do that now. I’ve came across this really awesome tutorial in which they show you how to create an illustrated self-portrait in a geometric based style. It’s a quite popular type of illustration with a really cool outcome. If you have some time, try it out and post your final piece here!

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Apps Of The Week

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The Gadget Flow   |   http://thegadgetflow.com

The Gadget Flow is the leading buyer’s guide for men and women with over 1500 items already published and with 5 new on a daily basis we continue to grow our collection of high quality gadgets and constantly optimizing our website for a better user experience.

If you know any cool / nicely-designed app, feel free to share it! – contact

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Featured Video

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Solutionism – A Design Documentary

Matt LeGrand calls himself a designer and in three extraordinarily compact minutes, he explains the various levels of what “design” actually means. Visually layered in representation, Matt’s explanation makes connections to the inner and outer world that most of us have never thought of.

Solutionism is the belief that together, humanity can solve anything. By harnessing the power of design, we’re able to generate lasting, positive change and transformation.

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