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Nature is always happy to take over the places we’ve discarded. She’s the first one to reclaim it, curling up around old drainpipes, making herself comfortable in between the cracks and decorating crumbling brick with her own wild wallpaper. In Detroit, a city where vast urban abandonment has been part of the landscape for decades now, a group of local florists have decided to give nature a house-warming and help her re-decorate… Photography by Heather Saunders.
Är det i mitt huvud det brinner eller är det hela världen som står i brand? (2012) - Ella Tillema. Lustik: twitter | pinterest | etsy
Before you head out this Memorial weekend, be sure to check out concepts and student work we wish were real all of which would be perfect for a Memorial Day activity if they were only real. GUIZHOU MINORITIES SILK Concept Interesting things happen in design where opposing elements meet.
The fresh blues used throughout this lovely Danish home is a subtle reference to its history — built in the 1830s, it was originally a fisherman’s house.
David Curchod Artists on tumblr Lustik: twitter | pinterest | etsy
Interview: Alex Garland's science-fiction movie Ex Machina features just one location: a tech billionaire's minimalist hideaway in Alaska.
Mobi represents an exciting new chapter in lighting and in the work of noted designer James Dieter. Dieter founded dform in 2001 to explore flat sheet materials, refining them into textural and sculptural forms.
A Review by David Wolske In his foreword to the 2010 Liber Apertus Press reissue of Rob Roy Kelly’s American Wood Type 1828–1900, David Shields wrote: Forty years on, Kelly’s seminal work remains a giant on whose shoulders we stand.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Volkswagen and AlmapBBDO have launched an interactive bus back ad to demonstrate how the car brandâ€™s Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) technology benefits drivers on the road.
Illustrator and serial globetrotter Steven Weinberg has humorously drawn the scenario of powering through a work day while recovering from a hangover.
[Click here to view the video in this article] After finding out that lava could resemble â€œscrambled eggs from hell,â€� possibly the next best thing is to cook actual food with it.
Image: Someone Designers, you would no doubt have encountered difficult clients in your work. To help you deal with them, web designer Carl Heaton of Web Courses Bangkok has outlined useful tips for handling them in an article for Creative Bloq.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Reporters Without Borders has launched a provocative campaign fighting for press freedom by calling out the bullsh*t statements made by political leaders.
Illustrator and graphic designer, Ian Simmons, incorporates striking typography with iconic movie quotes in his take on the â€˜365 Daysâ€™ project, where he publishes a hand-lettered piece featuring movie quotes everyday.
Swatt Miers Architects have designed a home at a family’s vineyard in Windsor, California. continue reading
The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), the governing body for much of the architectural profession in the US, is taking steps to take “intern” out of architectural vocabulary.
For Berkeley-based photographer Anand Varma, saving the planet’s bees means learning their stories from birth.
Italian illustrator and graphic artist 'Ale Apai' is currently based in Barcelona, Spain where he creates humorous drawings using block pastel colours and precise pen outlines.
How, one might wonder, has a city as large and culturally important as London not had a proper photography fair before?