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We all know that walls with art are more interesting then walls with nothing on them and the same could be said about your floors.
Moulay Ismail Shrine, Morocco Bjoern Obst
Street Artist:Liqen Liqen grew up in the industrial city of Vigo, Spain. He was inspired by the comics that he read, and from a young age graffiti also fascinated him.
Back in 2012 we came across something we had never seen before: a palm-sized book that opens up 360-degrees to tell a story in a 3-dimensional world.
Source: Drawing with the Wrong Hand: The Work of John Atkinson
With his series of beautiful posters Studio Ghibli x Legend of Zelda, the illustrator Matt Vince has touched a nerve by imagining what might look like the posters of a movie The Legend of Zelda if it was designed by the famous and talented Hayao Miyazaki.
archatlas: Complex Meshes Miguel Chevalier For the “Lumiere” Festival, Miguel Chevalier presents the premiere of his new artwork “Complex Meshes” in Durham Cathedral, a building constructed at the end of the 11th Century and which represents the most accomplished example of Norman architecture in England. “Complex Meshes” is a monumental projection at dusk on the exceptionally designed ‘ribbed vault’ ceiling of the central nave; a daring architectural feature which was way ahead of its time and which announced the beginning of the Gothic art style in architecture.A mesh is a three-dimensional object consisting of vertices, edges and faces which form polygons, used in modeling or architecture.
zzzze: Man Ray, Henry Crowder
Notebook kept by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque on a trip from Philadelphia to Kentucky, 1818. On the two pages shown are four fake fish described by Audubon: the Flatnose Doublefin, the Bigmouth Sturgeon, the Devil-Jack Diamond fish, and the Buffalo Carp Sucker.
Software company Chaotic Moon is currently exploring the world of wearable technology. They're specifically looking at what they call Tech Tats, which are made of conductive tattoo paint and circuits that fully integrate a user's life.
Jem Mitchell is a talented photographer and filmmaker, who was born in England and currently based between London and New York.
We’ve seen all kinds of office space designs, but none inspired by a computer chip — until now. That was the starting point behind the Toronto, Canada, offices of MacPaw, a software developer based in Kiev, Ukraine, designed by Baraban + Design Studio.
The roof of this extension to a Copenhagen cultural centre is shaped like an elongated S, and it appears to ramp up over the roof of one of the buildings it adjoins (+ slideshow).
Jil Weinstock, “Mrs. J Horwitz Crafting” (2015) (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) We all have those drawers filled to the brim with objects we use only occasionally or keep simply for sentiment, knickknacks united only by the fact that they lie in an enclosed box.
It’s a freezing Monday morning in London and commuters hurry past, heading to the warmth of the Bethnal Green tube station, as Karim Samuels introduces the history of graffiti and the artistic legacy of East London by pointing out stickers covered......
Furniture dimensions don't come out of the air. They come out of heavy research that, thankfully, a lot of people have already done for us and written books on; if you're a designer, you ought have a copy of one of these books (see bottom of this entry).
By Archie Tinkerbell Being alone isn’t fun at all. Lingvistov shows 15 things that single girls will understand.
By Melissa Tylor New Year is coming, and the new decoration trends are already here. So if you are planning a home revamp next year, check out these trends to predict what you will want in your house in 2016.
Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands national museum dedicated to arts and history in Amsterdam, recently launched a new campaign called “The Big Draw.” It’s an effort to get museum visitors to ditch cameras and simple snapshots in favor of drawing the artworks in order to more fully appreciate the easy-to-miss details.