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Dzuk @dzuk@weirder.earth

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Hey, due to social anxiety, my enbyfriend @kiilas is now acting as my agent/assistant for commissions, so message them if you'd like a commission!

(All of the info on my commissions page - noct.zone/commissions has been updated to reflect this)

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Hey, I'm Dzuk. :think_dzuk:

- Moderator of weirder.earth
- Your local, anti-corporate and very gay emoji designer :headpats: :hot_shit: :cannabis_leaf: :tarot_sword: :orc: :queer100: :troll: :so_gay: (@mutantstd)

I'm interested in design, digital art weird identities and non-shitty/radical transhumanism!

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I started making a joke minimalist, soylent-esque Weetabix package to appeal to modern bougies but I'm not particularly good at witty writing so I've canned it

Someone do an organic artisanal version and charge double

Weetabix is minimalist cereal

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A polycule of inflatables is called a puffycule

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I met Reggie Fils Aime once for the launch of the 3DS back in 2011. He shook my hand and gave me a very generic "Stay in school" line and you know when Reggie says that, it's not advice, it's a threat.

UKpol, IG, Twitter Show more

neo-libs, quote I really like [2/2] Show more

neo-libs, quote I really like [1/2] Show more

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the tucker carlson thing Show more

the tucker carlson thing Show more

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(although I will never add shines and gradients to my work, mark my words lol)

LB: trying more and more to be less minimalist

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Something cool that I shared with patrons a month ago: a very rough concept of what a browser extension could look like~

(Basically, if divorced from socioeconomic contexts, I'd like Teenage Engineering substantially more than I actually do.)

(Also the wider phenomenon of excellently executed designs are a marker of prestige and are typically reserved for the wealthy to give them something else to jerk themelves off to)

Going back to minimalism, I think one of the few examples of minimalism I can kind of (kind of) appreciate is some of the stuff Teenage Engineering do, like the OP-Z, because their products inject a playfulness and frivolousness within that space.

That being said, a lot of their products are quite unjustifiably expensive (and they recently hiked the price of the OP-1 to ridiculous levels), so it kind of reinforces the minimalism for rich people thing.