A multimedia design firm in NYC - Whiskey Glass Studios online store for a number of unique works of art. Each of the artists involved are phenomenal individuals & even better at their respective crafts. Find this image on sale & more on their online store.
Designed for a tiny urban lot, the narrow building by Nishizawa might easily be mistaken for some sort of mysterious vertical garden. “With no true facade, all that emerges in the anonymous front are the from bottom to top: the living room and kitchen on the ground floor, followed by the first bedroom on the floor above, moving on to a bathroom, then to a second bedroom, and finally to the roof-terrace, where a tiny room is located, used either as a guest room or extra storage.
"Richard Hamilton, the British artist and founding father of Pop, died last Monday at the age of 89. He leaves a rich and well-discussed legacy of art works, but his work as a designer in mid-twentieth century London (models of New Towns for the Festival of Britain, exhibition design for the Institute of Contemporary Art, consultant at Granada Television, a heated breakfast tray with Misha Black, and the White Album for the Beatles) is less familiar. Hamilton’s writing about design is even less known, he wrote in the early 1960’s in Ulm, Upper Case, Architectural Design, and Design, on industrial design & its mediation."
Celebrities have their own Twitter accounts, Facebook pages, Google+ accounts, and even more. These social media platforms help celebrities engage with the fans while helping themselves build their own brands across the internet. Since these celebrities don’t have time to log in to each and every one of these accounts to post and update a photo, then who is? Well, for Lil Wayne, it’s this young tech saavy individual, digital hustler ‘Mazy Kazerooni‘. Here’s how he did it, and did it successfully.
"Star Wars by Evian, is an innovative intergalactic take on design packaging. Shaped to be wielded like a lightsaber, and striking enough to distinguish which side you have chosen — Jedi or Sith, these glass water bottles will take you to a galaxy far far away."
I have noticed that when the topic of social network is raised, it usually turns to a discussion of Facebook. Granted it is the biggest player on the planet however it is not the only one.
Ok, at some point in the discussion it may get to Linkedin, Google Plus and Twitter (which by the way is a microblog not a network but it is so widely used it surfaces regardless of what topic is being discussed). The reality is, although these are the “Big Four”, there are so many to choose from and depending on “your fancy” or strategy you may want to develop a presence at other networks as a starting point.
Now that I have planted this seed in your thinking, where do you start? There are so many out there – really. So whatever your passion, go and find your network. If it doesn’t exist, hey create one!
When you sign on to any social media site, you agree to their terms and conditions, but you should keep two important things in mind: one, you should do your best to adhere to these rules, and two, you should never expect that others will do so.
Jarratt, an artist/maker living in London, has created a limited edition of 30 slingshots hand crafted from forked tree branches found in the great Epping Forest. You can try out these impressively powerful toys out for size with a few paintballs. Very invigorating!"
"This is architecture building office of BMW Welt was designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au, located in Munich, Germany. The realization of the technical building facilities within the scope of the architecture led to a planning model with five thematic blocks: Hall, Premiere, Forum, Gastronomy."