The Level of understanding.
Society is to involved with the new and forget the old but to make new things the old must be revised to make perfection. The old retro society and all that it was about will be seen through out the world and not to be forgotten.
The Level of understanding.
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cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Recommends: Andrew Fairclough
The wonderfully vivid screenprints that you see here come from a number of projects from talented, Australian Illustrator & Designer, Andrew Fairclough, founder of the multi-disciplinary design studio, Kindred.
These three pieces come from the projects, ‘Alternate Endings’, ‘Alphabetica’ and ‘Face The Music’ (all of which can be found on Fairclough’s website and Behance profile, as linked above) each exhibiting his immediately recognisable printing style, boasting equally rich colour and texture, which continues to make every piece of his so aesthetically pleasing.
If you would like to see more from Andrew Fairclough, go ahead and visit either of the links above, where you can find many more of his personal projects and his commercial exploits, featuring work for companies such as G-Shock, Trunk Junk Quarterly, Westbeach and Casio.
We hope you enjoyed this post. If there are any Artists you’d like us to write about, or you’d like to give us your opinion on any issues we’ve raised in this post, contact us on our Twitter, email us on cauxcollective@live.co.uk or message us here on our Tumblr page.
cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Recommends: Andrew Fairclough
The wonderfully vivid screenprints that you see here come from a number of projects from talented, Australian Illustrator & Designer, Andrew Fairclough, founder of the multi-disciplinary design studio, Kindred.
These three pieces come from the projects, ‘Alternate Endings’, ‘Alphabetica’ and ‘Face The Music’ (all of which can be found on Fairclough’s website and Behance profile, as linked above) each exhibiting his immediately recognisable printing style, boasting equally rich colour and texture, which continues to make every piece of his so aesthetically pleasing.
If you would like to see more from Andrew Fairclough, go ahead and visit either of the links above, where you can find many more of his personal projects and his commercial exploits, featuring work for companies such as G-Shock, Trunk Junk Quarterly, Westbeach and Casio.
We hope you enjoyed this post. If there are any Artists you’d like us to write about, or you’d like to give us your opinion on any issues we’ve raised in this post, contact us on our Twitter, email us on cauxcollective@live.co.uk or message us here on our Tumblr page.
cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Recommends: Andrew Fairclough
The wonderfully vivid screenprints that you see here come from a number of projects from talented, Australian Illustrator & Designer, Andrew Fairclough, founder of the multi-disciplinary design studio, Kindred.
These three pieces come from the projects, ‘Alternate Endings’, ‘Alphabetica’ and ‘Face The Music’ (all of which can be found on Fairclough’s website and Behance profile, as linked above) each exhibiting his immediately recognisable printing style, boasting equally rich colour and texture, which continues to make every piece of his so aesthetically pleasing.
If you would like to see more from Andrew Fairclough, go ahead and visit either of the links above, where you can find many more of his personal projects and his commercial exploits, featuring work for companies such as G-Shock, Trunk Junk Quarterly, Westbeach and Casio.
We hope you enjoyed this post. If there are any Artists you’d like us to write about, or you’d like to give us your opinion on any issues we’ve raised in this post, contact us on our Twitter, email us on cauxcollective@live.co.uk or message us here on our Tumblr page.
cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Recommends: Andrew Fairclough
The wonderfully vivid screenprints that you see here come from a number of projects from talented, Australian Illustrator & Designer, Andrew Fairclough, founder of the multi-disciplinary design studio, Kindred.
These three pieces come from the projects, ‘Alternate Endings’, ‘Alphabetica’ and ‘Face The Music’ (all of which can be found on Fairclough’s website and Behance profile, as linked above) each exhibiting his immediately recognisable printing style, boasting equally rich colour and texture, which continues to make every piece of his so aesthetically pleasing.
If you would like to see more from Andrew Fairclough, go ahead and visit either of the links above, where you can find many more of his personal projects and his commercial exploits, featuring work for companies such as G-Shock, Trunk Junk Quarterly, Westbeach and Casio.
We hope you enjoyed this post. If there are any Artists you’d like us to write about, or you’d like to give us your opinion on any issues we’ve raised in this post, contact us on our Twitter, email us on cauxcollective@live.co.uk or message us here on our Tumblr page.
cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Recommends: Andrew Fairclough
The wonderfully vivid screenprints that you see here come from a number of projects from talented, Australian Illustrator & Designer, Andrew Fairclough, founder of the multi-disciplinary design studio, Kindred.
These three pieces come from the projects, ‘Alternate Endings’, ‘Alphabetica’ and ‘Face The Music’ (all of which can be found on Fairclough’s website and Behance profile, as linked above) each exhibiting his immediately recognisable printing style, boasting equally rich colour and texture, which continues to make every piece of his so aesthetically pleasing.
If you would like to see more from Andrew Fairclough, go ahead and visit either of the links above, where you can find many more of his personal projects and his commercial exploits, featuring work for companies such as G-Shock, Trunk Junk Quarterly, Westbeach and Casio.
We hope you enjoyed this post. If there are any Artists you’d like us to write about, or you’d like to give us your opinion on any issues we’ve raised in this post, contact us on our Twitter, email us on cauxcollective@live.co.uk or message us here on our Tumblr page.
cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Recommends: Andrew Fairclough
The wonderfully vivid screenprints that you see here come from a number of projects from talented, Australian Illustrator & Designer, Andrew Fairclough, founder of the multi-disciplinary design studio, Kindred.
These three pieces come from the projects, ‘Alternate Endings’, ‘Alphabetica’ and ‘Face The Music’ (all of which can be found on Fairclough’s website and Behance profile, as linked above) each exhibiting his immediately recognisable printing style, boasting equally rich colour and texture, which continues to make every piece of his so aesthetically pleasing.
If you would like to see more from Andrew Fairclough, go ahead and visit either of the links above, where you can find many more of his personal projects and his commercial exploits, featuring work for companies such as G-Shock, Trunk Junk Quarterly, Westbeach and Casio.
We hope you enjoyed this post. If there are any Artists you’d like us to write about, or you’d like to give us your opinion on any issues we’ve raised in this post, contact us on our Twitter, email us on cauxcollective@live.co.uk or message us here on our Tumblr page.
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Daniel Horowitz
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i7oda:

You only see what they want you to see, remember that.
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life underwater
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infinity-imagined:

   DNA Double Helix stores genetic information.     DNA Polymerase replicates DNA.
   RNA Polymerase synthesizes RNA from DNA.   Ribosomes use RNA to build proteins
These four biological molecules are essential to all life on Earth.
They originated more than 3 Billion years ago during the Proterozoic Era, in a common ancestor of Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukaryota.  Together these molecules form the fundamental pattern of the fractal of life; they are specialized machines that replicate each other and produce an endless variety of new forms.  They have evolved over trillions of generations into extraordinarily complex arrangements that consume energy, organize, and reproduce.
infinity-imagined:

   DNA Double Helix stores genetic information.     DNA Polymerase replicates DNA.
   RNA Polymerase synthesizes RNA from DNA.   Ribosomes use RNA to build proteins
These four biological molecules are essential to all life on Earth.
They originated more than 3 Billion years ago during the Proterozoic Era, in a common ancestor of Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukaryota.  Together these molecules form the fundamental pattern of the fractal of life; they are specialized machines that replicate each other and produce an endless variety of new forms.  They have evolved over trillions of generations into extraordinarily complex arrangements that consume energy, organize, and reproduce.
infinity-imagined:

   DNA Double Helix stores genetic information.     DNA Polymerase replicates DNA.
   RNA Polymerase synthesizes RNA from DNA.   Ribosomes use RNA to build proteins
These four biological molecules are essential to all life on Earth.
They originated more than 3 Billion years ago during the Proterozoic Era, in a common ancestor of Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukaryota.  Together these molecules form the fundamental pattern of the fractal of life; they are specialized machines that replicate each other and produce an endless variety of new forms.  They have evolved over trillions of generations into extraordinarily complex arrangements that consume energy, organize, and reproduce.
infinity-imagined:

   DNA Double Helix stores genetic information.     DNA Polymerase replicates DNA.
   RNA Polymerase synthesizes RNA from DNA.   Ribosomes use RNA to build proteins
These four biological molecules are essential to all life on Earth.
They originated more than 3 Billion years ago during the Proterozoic Era, in a common ancestor of Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukaryota.  Together these molecules form the fundamental pattern of the fractal of life; they are specialized machines that replicate each other and produce an endless variety of new forms.  They have evolved over trillions of generations into extraordinarily complex arrangements that consume energy, organize, and reproduce.
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