Sunday, 31 October 2010

Typography Bikes

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If you had one of these by French designer Juri Zaech you'd never mistake your bike for anyone else's. Nicely called Write a Bike, this is still only concept but Juri's looking for a way to prototype them soon. Love the retro vibe.





via mymodernmet

Paris versus New York - a tally of Two Cities.

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A friendly visual match between two cities presented by a Parisian-based Vahram Muratyan and NY  lover. More about this project here.







Thursday, 28 October 2010

Brick sofa by KIBISI

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Kibisi, a danish Company from Copenhagen created this original sofa. This sofa is part of a line called Brick series, it consists of a pouf, a chair and two and three seater sofas. via blessthisstuff



The Library

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Amazing Library, but unfortunately, there is no source where it was taken :( . Via haw-lin

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

DIBIK - Bike means life,freedom and cool style

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A non-conventional bike, customizable in all its parts, allowing you to play with COLOURS. DIBIK Bikes are all handmade, customized, and built in Italy. Beauty and quality. Smooth and functional ride. I love it! Unfortunately only available in Italy :( .




Wayne Thiebaud

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"If we don't have a sense of humor, we lack a sense of perspective."



Interesni Kazki

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Beautifull wall painting in Sevilla from Aleksei Bordusov aka Interesni Kazki.

Paper Cuts Rolls

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Truly fascinating series "Paper Cuts" by illustrator and collage artist Anastasia Elias, based in Paris. Here a  selection of her work as the various sculptures in toilet paper. To get the details and photographs later in the article. The lighting reveals the beauty of the work of cutting and staging. via fubiz










Monday, 25 October 2010

Cutting Taxes

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This multi-layered papercut illustration by Owen Gildersleeve was created for Money Magazine. It was made using a range of US tax forms, to accompany a feature article on how to cut your taxes.

The light(bulb) fantastic

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Samuel Wilkinson came up with Vessel series, three mouth-blown forms that celebrate the bulb's ability to create distinct illusions. Each piece is unique in its shape but all reference a traditional "ship in a bottle" form.



Sunday, 24 October 2010

Dave Eggers and his unveiled talent

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American writer, editor, and publisher Dave Eggers recently unveiled yet another creative talent: the knack for drawing. His "It Is Right to Draw Their Fur: Animal Renderings" was lately released and it's available from McSweeney's online store or from Amazon.

Eggers explains of his artistic process: “This past year I went back to drawing animals. The process for these pictures is pretty simple: I find an old photo of an animal that somehow has some intrigue, and I use a China marker to freehand a version of that animal onto very smooth paper. Then I think of what that animal might be thinking — if that animal had an antagonistic relationship with humans and was vying with those humans for the favor of a Catholic God.”

The pictures he's drawn of animals are simplistic, but the detail lies in the fur.
via coolhunting





Illustration by Sanna Annukka

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Sanna Annukka, one of my favorite illustrators and her online shop, where you can buy her prints, lithograph and wooden birds. I love her folkloristic seventies illustrating style!





Friday, 22 October 2010

San Francisco beach house

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On the Pacific Ocean in the neighborhood of San Francisco stand a 1949 Modernist gem of a house and  garden that is enormous by this city’s standards. The original house, which was designed by the architect Ernest Born for his own use, faces the ocean dunes on a site. Decorated with both vintage and reproduction midcentury items that truly fits the spirit of the house. via nytimes





Fabric Paradise 'Bonbonkakku'

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Bonbonkakku is a webshop with fabrics. All of the patterns are designed by the site visitors! Just register, submit your design, and the patterns with the most votes gets put into production and are then available in the Bonbonkakku shop for 25€/meter. Here are some of the designs:




Thursday, 21 October 2010

Holland seen through the curtains

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Beerd van Stokkum is the type of designer which can really inspire me. These curtains open up a whole new world when are drawn. It creates a unique atmosphere without taking up extra space.



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