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For over 100 years, the National Audubon Society has strived to raise awareness of the plight of birds in the United States, working to protect their habitats for the benefit of humanity.
Le graphiste français Tibo recrée des super-héros célèbres ainsi que des personnages principaux de films à l’aide de pixels.
Mrzyk & Moriceau creates daily outlandish and psychedelic line drawings that explores many components of popular culture.
[ By Steve in Drawing & Digital. ] Photographer Oliver Curtis turns his back on some of the world’s most famous monuments, capturing a wholly unexpected side to these familiar cultural icons.
The fine folks over at Tinybop launched yet another wonderful app: Skyscraper! It allows you to playfully contract your own skyline of buildings, send people up and down in elevators, spark a blackout or clog the toilet, fix a pipe or put out a fire!
archatlas: Creative Business Cards for Architects Archdaily compiled some examples of cards that can serve as inspiration for architects, engineers, designers, landscapers and urbanists.
L’architecte italien Simone Micheli a conçu ce spa privé comme une expérience sensorielle complète. Les formes douces du mobilier et de la décoration invitent à la détente.
archatlas: Steampunk Bowling Alley During the midst of prohibition, the original Highland Park Bowl first opened in 1927.
Belfast-based personal trainer, Ben Mudge, isn't your ordinary bodybuilder. Although he is quite health-conscious, he doesn't just workout for vanity reasons—he works out to keep himself alive.
One of the most inspiring, unique ways to capture an experience is journaling in the form of a sketchbook.
The artistic waves in this sculptural One Main Office renovation were designed by dECOi Architects, with each piece fully customized to be elegant and functional. The two planes, floor and ceiling, appear to naturally arc across the room. According to dECOi, it “expresses both the digital genesis and the seamless fabrication logic.” For this project, the architects provided machining files that detailed the exact forms they had envisioned for this space. The fabricators used a 3-axis Computer Numeric Control (CNC) router to mill plywood sheets with extreme precision. In fact, the process made little to no errors in well over a million linear feet of plywood cutting.
La nouvelle série Sensory de la photographe Marta Bevacqua questionne la beauté masculine. Dans cette palette de clichés luxuriants, le modèle pose accompagné d’animaux à la peau particulière.
Poolside: And The Sea Put a paper umbrella in your cocktail and dip your feet in the water; Poolside's new jam "And The Sea" is made for summertime.
is a Spanish photographer who studied Fine Arts and University of Barcelona. Directly inspired by surrealism, manages to catch the beauty of women and nature with a lot of finesse.
is a Spanish illustrator based in Barcelona. Ana has rich stack of professional experiences in editorial illustration.
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Arrêtez tout et plongez vous quelques instants dans le dernier exercice de style du graphiste belge Mario De Meyer.
is a new series by New York-based photographer Brooke DiDonato. Born and raised in Ohio, Brooke received her BA in photojournalism from Kent State University in 2012.
Graffiti can be beautiful or ugly, but when it comes to tagging – most people would probably agree that it’s the most hideous type of street art.
Death Machines of London builds bespoke motorcycles that push the limit on design and quality. Looking like a steampunk version of a Thruxton 900i, this build not only looks one of a kind but pays a bit of tribute to one of America’s most eccentric authors: Hunter S.