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Joel Cipriano's Blog

Stoic. Software Designer & Writer.

Renault SYMBIOZ: concept and vision for mobility | Renault

Ukiyoe Heroes (18) : Making ‘Infestation’

Inside Keanu Reeves’ Custom Motorcycle Shop | WIRED

Janus Motorcycles: Building a dream

37signals Apple Profile

The light Albert Watson shapes – the story behind the image of Steve Jobs

Artifox Desk 02 – Black Edition

Damn!

Jonathan Ive talks about Mac design

RIP The Broccoli Tree

RIP The Broccoli Tree

Oscar Wilde once wrote that “Each man kills the thing he loves”. I don’t know exactly what Wilde meant by that, but our collective attention and obsession, amplified by the speed and intensity of the internet & social media, tends to ruin the things we love: authors, musicians, restaurants, actors, beloved movies, vacation spots, artists, democracies, and even a tree that became too famous to live.

The Vipp Kitchen

Apple Home App

E. E. Cummings #1

To be nobody-but-yourself — in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else — means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.

E. E. Cummings

I am a Developer – Mario Ponce

Hello, Again

Hello, Again

This kind of indie web work will never be mainstream. And, really, at this point, to work on a project like this — at this level of detail, for yourself — is a form of meditation (lest it become torture). And, I admit it — I like trying to get the margins and fonts right.

Craig Mod

eBoy and the perfection of pixels

Window

The Circle of Happiness

The Circle of Happiness

“Looking through a wider lens, I am starting to find a subtle change happening in myself. Despite my best efforts, I am starting to see my life in context of life led by others. It is not how I think and who I am, and perhaps a little time off the networks will give me better perspective.”

Thomas Jefferson #1

In matters of style swim with the current. In matters of principle, stand like a rock.

Thomas Jefferson

A masterpiece in the making: The Leica M10

Elements – Art film by Maxim Zhestkov