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Almost two decades after Raoul Deleo started his quest for the mysterious landmass of Terra Ultima, a book is compiled of the first three major expeditions to this unknown continent.
Especially for this book, compiler and colleague explorer Noah J. Stern was granted access to Deleo’s impressive collection of sketches, paintings, objects and travel logs.
He transformed the enormous amount of material into a comprehensible account of a discovery with unparalleled natural historic value.
I’m still happy with my (portable) Ooni oven, but this new outdoor oven by Gozney sure looks nice! Comes with a digital thermometer and a dual-fuel option.
Tired of Google Fonts? Try Fontshare, a free fonts service launched by the Indian Type Foundry. It’s a growing collection of professional grade fonts that are 100% free for personal and commercial use.
Their mission is to make high-quality and technically sound fonts accessible to everyone across the globe.
This brilliant new-for-May-2021 design is packed with authentic details, including a retractable mid-leg, rotating head, opening and extendable front hatches, a periscope that can be pulled up and turned, and Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber hidden in a compartment in the head.
Architect Michele De Lucchi has redesigned the Italian covers of the Harry Potter books, shifting focus away from the characters and towards the fantastical buildings of the wizarding world.
Hoodzpah Design shares some of their concepts for the logo of Pixar’s upcoming new movie Luca.
Masked Wolf, an Australian rapper, performs his break-out hit “Astronaut in the Ocean” at Jimmy Fallon. The song has a catchy hook and the performance is awesome, especially the second part. Check out that drummer! 🐺