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AB House with Grid Perforated ScreensArchitect- Pitsou...



















AB House with Grid Perforated Screens

Architect- Pitsou Kedem 
Location- Tel Aviv
Photos- Amit Geron
Source- dezeen

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fridouw: I’m so excited about Efi in Overwatch, can’t wait to...



fridouw:

I’m so excited about Efi in Overwatch, can’t wait to see what she’s all about! Really love her design too so wanted to draw her :) Hope you like!

Kinda experimented with style too, doing something between line art + flats and a simple shading! Was a lot of fun and relaxing :)

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In Progress : Inside a Lettering Artist’s Sketchbook and...


In Progress : Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook and Process


In Progress : Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook and Process


In Progress : Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook and Process


In Progress : Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook and Process

In Progress : Inside a Lettering Artist’s Sketchbook and Process

This show-all romp through design-world darling Jessica Hische’s sketchbook reveals the creative and technical process behind making award-winning hand lettering. See everything, from Hische’s rough sketches to her polished finals for major clients such as Wes Anderson, NPR and Starbucks. The result is a well of inspiration and brass tacks information for designers who want to sketch distinctive letterforms and hone their skills.

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Corporative Sans Rounded Complete Family of 32 Fonts – only...


Corporative Sans Rounded Complete Family of 32 Fonts – only $15!


Corporative Sans Rounded Complete Family of 32 Fonts – only $15!


Corporative Sans Rounded Complete Family of 32 Fonts – only $15!


Corporative Sans Rounded Complete Family of 32 Fonts – only $15!

Corporative Sans Rounded Complete Family of 32 Fonts – only $15!

Time to give a well rounded Font Family a good home! Corporative Sans Rounded offers a friendly face with curved terminals that work fantastically for both display and small sizes. Multiple weights, alternatives and italics make up this collection of 32 professional fonts. Great for all types of branding from logos to packaging.

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Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis“Identity was mainly inspired...


Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis


Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis


Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis


Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis


Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis


Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis


Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis

Branding for DK by Angelos Botsis

“Identity was mainly inspired from the geometric elements that can be found on the engineers blueprints. The chosen color palette uses a distinctive orange tint as the dominant color. A color that is inextricably linked with the signage on construction sites and demarcation areas. In order to achieve coherence throughout the identity, we designed some basic visual elements as a guide for the development and the brands promotion. A custom orange color code was created and after a lot of trial and error we achieved the visual and the tactile preferred result.”

Angelos Botsis is an award-winning interdisciplinary Designer and Visual artist based in Athens – Greece. His work extends across multiple disciplines such as Branding, Web & Print. His approach is based on a strategic methodology & research, seeking top notch visual concepts combined with clean aesthetics thus providing unique, functional and innovative solutions for brands and individuals that want to stand out and communicate with their audience.

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The widow of an Indian immigrant who was killed by a man who allegedly opened fire inside a Kansas bar and yelled “get out of my country” said she needed the government to give her an answer before deciding whether to stay in the US.
“What are they going to do to stop this hate crime?” Sunayana Dumala asked during an emotional news conference in the town of Olathe, where two days earlier, 51-year-old Adam Purinton allegedly shot her husband and two others under the mistaken belief that some of them were Middle Eastern. 
The only who died was her husband, Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who received a master’s degree at the University of Texas after arriving from India. He worked in the aviation systems division at GPS-navigation maker Garmin, which has a facility in Olathe.
“I don’t know what to say. We’ve read many times in newspapers of some kind of shooting happening everywhere, and we always wondered how safe…are we doing the right thing, our staying in the United States of America?” Dumala recalled. “But he always assured me that only good things happen to good people. Always think good, always be good, and good will happen to you.”
Instead, tragedy took her husband, before they had a chance to fulfill their dream of having children.
“I wish we had one, so that I could have seen him in the child,” Dumala said. “And now I don’t have that option. I just have his memories. That’s it.” 
Kuchibhotla, 32, was at Austins Bar and Grille around 7:15 p.m. Wednesday when Purinton allegedly pulled out a gun and starting shooting. One witness said he told Kuchibhotla and others he was with, “Get out of my country,” the Kansas City Star reported.
Alok Madasani, also 32 and of Indian descent, along with another bar patron, 24-year-old Ian Grillot, were also injured in the shooting.
Purinton fled the bar, but was arrested around 1 a.m. Thursday after he was spotted at an Applebee’s restaurant 90 miles away. He was charged with first-degree murder and two counts of attempted first-degree murder. Federal officials are also assisting with the investigation into the shooting, which the Council of American-Islamic Relations called a hate crime.
Kuchibhotla’s family set up a GoFundMe fundraiser to cover expenses, including sending his body to India, where Dumala also plans to go for the funeral. She told reporters she wants to come back to the US, where she also graduated college, and pursue the life and dream she had with her husband. But Kuchibhotla’s death only amplified the doubts and questions she had shared with him when he was alive.
“Do we belong?” she asked.
Repealing the Medicaid expansion, defunding Planned Parenthood and a ban on federal tax credits paying for abortions are among the measures contained in a draft House Republican Obamacare repeal plan obtained by Politico.
Speaker Paul Ryan is expected to unveil the final plan this week. But a draft plan posted online by Politico would repeal all of the main planks of the Affordable Care Act and replace them with a system of tax credits and softer incentives.
The plan would repeal the individual and employer mandate. Instead it would push people towards buying insurance by shielding them from steep price increases as long as they don’t let their coverage lapse.
The plan would cut funding to Planned Parenthood, setting up a major battle in the Senate.
Perhaps just as contentious will be the repeal of Medicaid expansion as of January 1, 2020. This will be hard to sell politically because it means ending billions of dollars in subsidies to the states, including 18 states with Republican governors. States can choose to continue covering these enrollees if they so choose.
This would in part be offset by $100 billion in “state innovation” grants over nine years to go towards taking care of higher-cost patients.
Obamacare subsidies are replaced with a tax credit that is based on age. A 20-year-old will receive $2,000 per year to put towards health expenditures, a 30-year-old will receive $2,500 and so on up to a $4,000 credit for everyone 60 and older.
These tax credits cannot be put toward paying for abortions or even any health insurance plan that offers coverage for abortions. Past versions of this plan have sparked allegations that the IRS will have to conduct “abortion audits” to make sure they qualify for federal funding under grounds such as rape and incest.
Essential health benefits mandated under the ACA would be repealed as of 2020. This would allow insurers to offer cheaper plans with less comprehensive coverage.
Many of the taxes of Obamacare would be repealed. Programs to prop up the individual insurance markets created under the ACA, such as the cost sharing subsidy, would also be repealed.
The plan also calls for a cap on Medicaid payments. Currently Medicaid is an entitlement program that is paid out to anyone who qualifies. Under the House plan, federal expenses would be capped at a set amount and the states would have to figure out the rest. The cap will be calculated based on 2016 payouts plus healthcare inflation.
Once announced, this will be the third Republican ACA repeal plan before Congress. An alternate plan from Sen. Rand Paul would essentially strip away Obamacare with a similar tax credit system but less generous grants than the House Republican plan.
The third is the so-called Cassidy-Collins plan put forward by a group of Republican senators including Bill Cassidy and Susan Collins. Their plan was pitched as a compromise proposal because it lets states happy with Obamacare keep the existing system, while other states could opt to receive a block of funding to tweak as they see fit.

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