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"Anatomy of a Snakebait / Rat" New Street Art Mural By Austrian Urban Artist Nychos on the streets of Vienna.
A strange but interesting idea for street art, 'Anatomy of a Sankbait/Rat'.
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'Vintage treasures from Casa Dulce Hogar.'
Every once in a while a blog comes along that has such exquisite images that I have to pay homage to the whole thing. Casa Dulce Hogar has such a collection.
"Knitting isn’t just about sweaters or mittens these days, and artist Jessie Hemmons knows that first hand. She is a yarnbomber—a guerilla knitting street artist—who uses yarn to create exhibits in public environments, such as a tree, statue, or even a VW bus. Her use of vibrant colors has caught the attention of communities from Philadelphia to Oakland, and even allowed for some extraordinarycommissioned work. See how Jessie uses Pinterest to dream up and lock in her next design target."
Great use of a very common material in a totally uncommon way.
Do you want to feel good? Do you want someone else to feel good? It is well known that flowers have a positive impact on us. Why do we bring flowers to raise someone’s spirits when they are sick or down?
Flowers are like angels incarnate.
Modern single family residence designed by Hernandez Silva Architects.
This is my first foray into a publication called 'Home Adore'. How could you not adore it with these magnificent photos. The house isn't bad either.
"Today, architect Shigeru Ban will walk away with $100,000 and a bronze medallion—maybe someone will throw in a bouquet of flowers, just for good measure. He will be honored with the Pritzker Architecture Prize, an award granted annually to a living architect for his or her contributions to society. The choice of Ban, a well-regarded architect at Kyoto University of Art and Design who’s become known for disaster-relief projects, eases at least one of the criticisms the Pritzker jury has received in recent years; that is, the award has become focused on male starchitects, to the detriment of the award’s ambitions to recognize humanitarian architecture practices, especially among women. (It wasn’t until 2004 that the organization granted an award to a woman, with the honor going to Zaha Hadid.)"
Shigeru Ban is a man who is an architect for the people not just part of that elite group of bow tied (males). Architects were considered something for the wealthy only. Ban has been involved in numerous disaster relief projects besides condos and other prestigious work.
A self-styled “information architect,” Mr. Vignelli gave Modernist shape to book covers, shopping bags, furniture, corporate logos and, famously, a subway map.
One of the greats of graphic design has left us. I will be remember him for the NYC subway map which I treated like a collectors item when it was published.
With balconies budding like leaves, no one could complain for lack of outdoor space in this building in France.
Extraordinary high rise building using the inspiration of a tree for its design. This allows for a great deal of outside space for each resident, up to three balconies. The building is located in Montpellier, France.
Vignelli Associates is a multi-disciplinary design studio, specializing in graphic design, interior design, product and furniture design. Graphics projects range from corporate identity, posters and packaging to transportation graphics and signage. Interior design projects include; museums, airports, corporate and retail showrooms.
Massimo Vignelli along with his wife Lella created one of the most prolific design firms ever. He is very ill and spending his last days at home with his family. "His son Luca would like all those for whom Vignelli was either an influence or an inspiration to write him a letter."
"The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present ICHEON: Reviving the Korean Ceramics tradition, an unprecedented exhibition organized by Icheon, South Korea. Icheon has a history of ceramic culture that began over 5000 years ago and has a reputation for its internationally renowned ceramics cultural events. Now Icheonhas reached out to an American institution for the very first time. As the premiere exhibition of its kind in the United States, ICHEON will present over 230 objects never before seen on American soil that exemplify the revival of the ceramics tradition in Korea from antique techniques to contemporary innovations.Icheon Public opening is from October 12th- December 29th. Join us in welcoming Icheon Dignitaries as we celebrate this major exhibition on Saturday, November 9, 2013, 6:00pm‐8:30pm.Founded in 2001 and opened in September, 2004, AMOCA is one of the few museums in the United States devoted exclusively to ceramic art and historic innovations in ceramic technology. It is located in an area abounding with ceramic history and internationally recognized clay artists from the Arts and Crafts Movement, the 60's Clay Revolution and the current Studio Pottery Era. Geographically, the building is located in an urban downtown district where art is an important element of the continuing and successful community revitalization program. The home community consists of a rich ethnic mix and a large academic constituency with approximately fifteen institutions of higher learning within an eight-mile radius.You can visit http://www.amoca.org for more information." 10.23.13
What more is there to say.
The infographic below illustrates the, “10 Commandments of Typography” that could be followed as quite the basics when it comes to selecting fonts
Want to learn how to be a better typographer? Look no further than this Infographic from Designmantic.
by Jenny Ashley. Conversations with Bob Staake, John Canemaker, Judy Stead, Jill McDonald, Amy Schimler-Safford, and Todd James Pierce.
Unforgettable artist at the Disney Studios, Mary Blair was recruited in 1940 as a color stylist. Despite objections from some of the 'studio's veterans', she was chosen as Disney's right-hand-woman and artistic director.
Itching to try out the tiny-house lifestyle but don't want to actually live in one? Try these.
Try a tiny house for a fairy-tale life vacation.
It's being called "the most beautiful, haunting infomercial you'll ever see."
This video is addictive and eerie at the same time. It does tell an 'Orwellian' story of what has become of the food industry and what can be if we take back our power, our passion and our hearts.
Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan, wins @DesignMuseum #DesignsoftheYear. What’s your verdict? pic.twitter.com/O5wpVnpJ5M
This building reminds me of the former TWA Terminal by Eero Saarinen at JFK Int'l Airport in NYC.
Celebrate 40 Yrs. @ 'Hello Kitty Con2014; Yes - It Is Real
I remember when Hello Kitty was a young company. They exhibited in the old Coliseum in NYC where the wholesale shows were held before the Javits Center was built. It It is a wholesale, retail and consumer miracle that it has lasted so many decades or that it has had a second coming.
Downtown Los Angeles’s historic core is about to get its first major museum, if that’s what you want to call it.
Only minutes on the freeway from Malibu and Rodeo drive, downtown Historic Los Angeles is a million miles away. Its core is about to get its first museum. Although personally, I think Downtown LA, itself is a museum.
A CT scan machine offers a close look at how fire ants grip each other at a force of 400 times their body weight to build waterproof rafts to stay alive.
Fire ants are the great engineers of life rafts and bridges according to a study done at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
I am not If you were browsing the internet at all this past weekend, there's a good chance you came across Google's ubiquitous logo at some point during your travels. What you didn't notice, however, is the fact that Google adjusted the letters in its logo ever so slightly—and it actually makes a pretty huge difference.
I am not sure who it makes a big difference too. I cannot even tell without being shown it.
#ArtThursday: Saving Taiwan's Rainbow Village http://blog.instagram.com/post/87231930487/rainbow-village-taiwan …
Taiwan's Rainbow Village is so beautiful to look at. The colors are amazing.
Massimo and Lella Vignelli, founders of Vignelli Associates, received the 1982 AIGA Medal for their prodigious and consistently excellent designs, across a wide range of disciplines: industrial and product design, graphic design, book design, magazine and newspaper design, packaging design, interior and exhibit design, and furniture design.
From Creative Review, "One of the world's great designers, Massimo Vignelli, is very ill and will be spending his last days at home. His son Luca would like all those for whom Vignelli was either an influence or an inspiration to write him a letter."
Barcelona artist Federico Babina turns a country's most famous buildings into complex contraptions.
Funky illustration based on famous building.
Harry Seidler | Australian Modernism A brief piece on Harry Seidler’s 1950s houses in Wahroonga. Originally aired on ABC TV’s “Collectors” program.
Although I was not familiar with the architect, Harry Seidler, I was delighted to see familiar furnishings by Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and other mid 1950's gems.
"The Internet's premier platform for free education in computer programming had an outdated wordmark. Pentagram's Eddie Opara came to the rescue with a new visual identity."
This is an example of why Pentagram is considered one of the best graphic design companies in the world.
A brand needs to look like what a company does, is or represents. It should not be literal. That is for the amateur. But when a company teaches code its brand needs to 'speak' code.
What a clever way to promote PANTONE colors and to make people aware of color in general.
"According to PANTONEVIEW.com contributor OLTMANS VAN NIEKERK, the digital universe is vast and impossible to pin down. Its pervasive force has had a major impact on the way we live and work. It seems that everything that people think is important is virtual and everything and everybody is in a hybrid, digital state. The digital is invisible and everywhere. No hard disks, no desktop computers, no fixed place. The asset-light generation embraces simplicity in order to gain freedom."
I am not especially fond of the blues show here. Nor am I excited about 'these new waves of blues trending for 2014 and beyond.'