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Things 2013 #11: How to make your own robot… Need I say more?

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Things 2013 #11: How to make your own robot… Need I say any more really?

The last five days have brought us a lovely collection of things, with hints of rock and roll, cardboard boxes and punctuation. It’s going to be a tasty one.

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Mono.Kultur #33: Spring 2013

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Mono.Kultur #33: Spring 2013

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Mono.Kultur #33: Spring 2013

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Mono.Kultur #33: Spring 2013

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Mono.Kultur #33: Spring 2013

Mono.Kultur #33: Spring 2013

While we’re shivering in the It’s Nice That studio, Mono.Kultur have had the brilliant idea of skipping winter all together and going straight to their Spring 2013 edition. It centres around Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon, featuring art work from the musician and an insight into the world of rock and roll.
www.mono-kultur.com

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Viviane Schwarz & Flying Eye Books: Welcome To Your Awesome Robot

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Viviane Schwarz & Flying Eye Books: Welcome To Your Awesome Robot

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Viviane Schwarz & Flying Eye Books: Welcome To Your Awesome Robot

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Viviane Schwarz & Flying Eye Books: Welcome To Your Awesome Robot

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Viviane Schwarz & Flying Eye Books: Welcome To Your Awesome Robot

Viviane Schwarz & Flying Eye Books: Welcome To Your Awesome Robot

If you’ve ever wanted to make a robot out of a cardboard box then look no further. With step-by-step instructions, it shows you how to give your robot features, internal storage, and the best part, you get a certificate at the end. Who says this is just for children?
www.vivianeschwarz.co.uk

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Flamingo: The Future Craft Issue

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Flamingo: The Future Craft Issue

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Flamingo: The Future Craft Issue

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Flamingo: The Future Craft Issue

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Flamingo: The Future Craft Issue

Flamingo: The Future Craft Issue

Celebrating the art of craftsmanship, this magazine is a visual delight. Great features including how to brew the perfect beer and how to get green fingered. Another ingenious feature is Workstations – where illustrators like Timothy Hunt show us their creative space through their image-making.
www.flamingomagazine.com

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Christian Morgenstern: In The Land Of Punctuation

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Christian Morgenstern: In The Land Of Punctuation

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Christian Morgenstern: In The Land Of Punctuation

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Christian Morgenstern: In The Land Of Punctuation

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Christian Morgenstern: In The Land Of Punctuation

Christian Morgenstern: In The Land Of Punctuation

First published in 1905 by German poet Christian Morgenstern, this picture book is a unique combination of typography, language and politics. The simple yet brilliant illustrations of Rathna Ramanathan bring the poem to life. If I lived in the land of punctuation, I would also hate semi-colons.
www.tarabooks.com

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Full Drop Co. package

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Full Drop Co. package

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Full Drop Co. package

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Full Drop Co. package

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Full Drop Co. package

Full Drop Co. package

Our friends at Full Drop Co. have sent us a bundle of truly wonderful things. Including a calendar and Shape & Staple – a booklet of spot, stripe, floral and geometric designs. These guys are seriously talented and envision a "pattern infused world. : Please can I live in your world?
www.fulldropco.com