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Aline Lickel
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Visual designer living in Amsterdam
Visual designer living in Amsterdam

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That moment you realize you're victim of your own evil design. A couple of weeks ago we launched a feature on Konnektid to improve the activity on our platform. The liquidity went high, much higher than before.

And now, even me, I'm having different "konnetions" weekly, to speak Portuguese with foreigns, to teach some photoshop tricks and to learn Spanish. You know what, this shit works! :-D

https://www.konnektid.com/

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Norway is such a magic country.
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Waant!
World's Simplest Electric Train 【世界一簡単な構造の電車】: http://youtu.be/J9b0J29OzAU

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I was actually having breakfast in a nice design shop here in Amsterdam, when I found this so lovely flower vase cover.

It's beautiful, has a nice texture and it's part of an interesting social project in Mumbai.

Take a look: http://alickel.com/blog/paper-vase-cover-by-pepe-heykoop/

By the dutch designer Pepe Heykoop.
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Those brilliant products that make you believe in beautiful design: a sensitive watch which makes possible to check the time without looking at it. Good to use in the movie, meeting or even by blind people.

See how it works: http://alickel.com/blog/eone-watch/
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This interview is really really inspiring, in many ways. Great reading!

"How knowledgeable were you about farming before doing this?
I mean I had Google and I had common sense but basically Google was everything. Like how do you raise pigs? Google. Why is your chicken molting? Google. And when you Google something then there is a YouTube video. The dog has fleas? Throw a handful of Diatomaceous Earth at it. There is all this all this stuff, you have no idea."

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Really interesting photographs - Empty London:
http://www.roberttimothy.com/empty-london

Below you can read how the photographer managed to do so.

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Nice discussion about sexist behaviour in the design industry.
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