5 Friday Finds we found across the web this week

Embrace's weekly Friday Finds from across the web

“Junk Fruits” is a funny and colorful photos series made by French photographer Arnaud Deroudilhe. Under the shape of still lives, the pictures work by association like portmanteau words : we see an ananas filled by French fries, a banane stuffed with a hot-dog and an orange garnished by a hamburger. Via Fubiz

Over the past few months, London-based designer and illustrator Seb Lester(previously) shared a number of hand-lettered logos on Instagram. Using only calligraphy pens, some minor preparation coupled with years of experience, the identities for brands like Coca Cola, Converse, and the New York Times seem to spring forth, perfectly formed, from his exquisitely controlled hand. Lester just released this video featuring ten of his favourite attempts. Via Colossal

Dutch artists Lernert and Sander cut raw food into 98 perfect 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm cubes, creating a tantalizing geometric display. This viral photo was commissioned by Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for their their food-themed documentary photography special. Via Bored Panda

Good news, Star Wars fans (and anyone who hates the cold) – there is now a hoodie sweater with luxuriant, long brown (fake) fur that lets you dress up as Chewbacca, the legendary Wookiee hero from Star Wars. Via Bored Panda

The series imagines highly unusual situations where hands are no longer only hands, but rather physical embodiments of the personal obstacles, wishes or fears of the individual. Via Design Boom

We’ve moved just over the bridge from Clerkenwell to Bankside

Design intern wanted

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