“I want everything we do to be beautiful. I don’t give a damn whether the client understands that that’s worth anything, or that the client thinks it’s worth anything, or whether it is worth anything. It’s worth it to me. It’s the way I want to live my life. I want to make beautiful things, even if nobody cares.”
Saul Bass (via davidkaneda and marco)

matthewb has got it right:

A discourse on the process of designing for real people, from Joshua Porter and Joshua Brewer. I love seeing this sort of project built on Tumblr, and Brewer has included some sweet design details, including the 1–52 navigation in the header, linking to articles tagged for each week.

“Simplicity means the achievement of maximum effect with minimum means.”
— Dr. Koichi Kawana /via mnmal

Design Hara´s Green PC:

The compact PC comes is a small handcrafted chassis, complete with handmade wooden side panels that come from Italian cypress wood or Canadian rose wood. While Design Hara claims that with this computer “you can simply save the earth!”, I wouldn’t go that far unless you use it to cure cancer or something. That said, it is built using at least some sustainable components and power consumption is rated at only 60 watts per hour, which isn’t bad at all. (via design hara’s green pc struts its woody goodness)

“Minimalism isn’t so much a style as the lack of conceit.”
— /by @SteveDekorte
“Good design is obvious. Great design is transparent.”
— Joe Sparano /via mnmal
This is for using Comic Sans you bastard !

/via @thomaskalve

Radiator with garden hose look for sale by the meter. Cool idea.

/Via Dinosaurs and Robots