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Dilemmas of a chocaholic: Dark’s Braille Business Card

Osaka has an infrastructure to help the blind find their way. The city's yellow bumpy paths make following with a cane easier; finding intersections through variation in the shape of the bumps is also easier. Well placed Braille signs appear in all the subway stairwells, explaining where passages lead. Handrails supply information in braille! This pin is one such handrail.

Osaka has an infrastructure to help the blind find their way. The city's yellow bumpy paths make following with a cane easier; finding intersections through variation in the shape of the bumps is also easier. Well placed Braille signs appear in all the subway stairwells, explaining where passages lead. Handrails supply information in braille! This pin is one such handrail.

9969 Braille Brand by Pau Garcia Sanchez, via Behance

9969 Braille Brand on the Behance Network — Designspiration

Jaye Moon work in Braille reads  “Damien Hirst Spot Paintings Suck”

Jaye Moon work in Braille reads “Damien Hirst Spot Paintings Suck”

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50 Creative Branding and Identity Design examples for your inspiration

28 Creative Branding and Identity Design examples for your inspiration. Business cards with sleeves

New year, new logo. Inspired by the Braille dot pattern.

Inspired by the Braille dot pattern.

Butterfly with Braille by Samantha Rankins Tinamisan

Butterfly with Braille by Samantha Rankins Tinamisan

Sign Language Learning Cards With Braille

A simple way to encourage exploration into new languages. Sign Language Learning Cards with Braille Learning Cards - Carson Dellosa Publishing Education Supplies

Braille & Print  book cake

Braille & Print book cake

I see a "B" and a "Number Sign".....Do you?  A great way to find hidden Braille letters after a game of Tic-Tac-Toe... Just turn the board around to find new letters/contractions. An idea from Merry-Noel Chamberlain, TVI.

I see a "B" and a "Number Sign". A great way to find hidden Braille letters after a game of Tic-Tac-Toe. Just turn the board around to find new letters/contractions. An idea from Merry-Noel Chamberlain, TVI.

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