The Old The New And The Good
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The Old The New And The Good
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really-shit:

Minimalist studio apartment by polish design firm Mili Mlodzi Ludzie
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really-shit:

Minimalist studio apartment by polish design firm Mili Mlodzi Ludzie
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really-shit:

Minimalist studio apartment by polish design firm Mili Mlodzi Ludzie
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really-shit:

Minimalist studio apartment by polish design firm Mili Mlodzi Ludzie
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really-shit:

Minimalist studio apartment by polish design firm Mili Mlodzi Ludzie
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really-shit:

Minimalist studio apartment by polish design firm Mili Mlodzi Ludzie
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really-shit:

Minimalist studio apartment by polish design firm Mili Mlodzi Ludzie
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unknowneditors:

DANIEL ARSHAM  |   www.danielarsham.com
Daniel is an artist from Cleveland, now living in New York. His sculptures although minimalism are quite beautiful. He also explores many other mediums, so make sure to check the rest of his work.Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.
unknowneditors:

DANIEL ARSHAM  |   www.danielarsham.com
Daniel is an artist from Cleveland, now living in New York. His sculptures although minimalism are quite beautiful. He also explores many other mediums, so make sure to check the rest of his work.Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.
unknowneditors:

DANIEL ARSHAM  |   www.danielarsham.com
Daniel is an artist from Cleveland, now living in New York. His sculptures although minimalism are quite beautiful. He also explores many other mediums, so make sure to check the rest of his work.Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.
unknowneditors:

DANIEL ARSHAM  |   www.danielarsham.com
Daniel is an artist from Cleveland, now living in New York. His sculptures although minimalism are quite beautiful. He also explores many other mediums, so make sure to check the rest of his work.Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.
unknowneditors:

DANIEL ARSHAM  |   www.danielarsham.com
Daniel is an artist from Cleveland, now living in New York. His sculptures although minimalism are quite beautiful. He also explores many other mediums, so make sure to check the rest of his work.Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.
unknowneditors:

DANIEL ARSHAM  |   www.danielarsham.com
Daniel is an artist from Cleveland, now living in New York. His sculptures although minimalism are quite beautiful. He also explores many other mediums, so make sure to check the rest of his work.Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.
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valentineuhovski:

Dan Flavin. 
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thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
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thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
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thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Donica Ida   |   http://donicaida.com
"A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application gives its user essential information for camping including first aid tips, how and where to set up camp, and what to do if you get lost. Created under the direction of Wyatt Mitchell, Will O’Connor, and Billy Sorrentino from Conde Nast."
Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She’s inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors. Aside from design she loves Swiss typography, triangles, flea markets, soy sauce, collecting maps and books, Stumptown coffee, cooking, playing around with her Nikon, lazy days at the beach, going to the ballet, and traveling.
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artruby:

Possible hidden message in low calorie soft drink, 2013
via (http://chewandswallow.tumblr.com)
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thedsgnblog:

Amanda Berglund   |   http://amandaberglund.com
"A poster for a Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit from which vernissage cards can be pulled off. Every time someone pulls off a card, a new image, more true to Gaultier’s aesthetics, will start to appear. And just like every collection by Jean Paul Gaultier has been unique, every vernissage card will be unique part of the poster."
My name is Amanda Berglund and I’m a graphic designer, photographer and full-time dreamer. I’m a in design at HDK (School of Design and Crafts) in Gothenburg. When I’m not designing or taking photos I’ve had a little dream of becoming a DJ, which might come true sometime soon.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Amanda Berglund   |   http://amandaberglund.com
"A poster for a Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit from which vernissage cards can be pulled off. Every time someone pulls off a card, a new image, more true to Gaultier’s aesthetics, will start to appear. And just like every collection by Jean Paul Gaultier has been unique, every vernissage card will be unique part of the poster."
My name is Amanda Berglund and I’m a graphic designer, photographer and full-time dreamer. I’m a in design at HDK (School of Design and Crafts) in Gothenburg. When I’m not designing or taking photos I’ve had a little dream of becoming a DJ, which might come true sometime soon.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Amanda Berglund   |   http://amandaberglund.com
"A poster for a Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit from which vernissage cards can be pulled off. Every time someone pulls off a card, a new image, more true to Gaultier’s aesthetics, will start to appear. And just like every collection by Jean Paul Gaultier has been unique, every vernissage card will be unique part of the poster."
My name is Amanda Berglund and I’m a graphic designer, photographer and full-time dreamer. I’m a in design at HDK (School of Design and Crafts) in Gothenburg. When I’m not designing or taking photos I’ve had a little dream of becoming a DJ, which might come true sometime soon.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Amanda Berglund   |   http://amandaberglund.com
"A poster for a Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit from which vernissage cards can be pulled off. Every time someone pulls off a card, a new image, more true to Gaultier’s aesthetics, will start to appear. And just like every collection by Jean Paul Gaultier has been unique, every vernissage card will be unique part of the poster."
My name is Amanda Berglund and I’m a graphic designer, photographer and full-time dreamer. I’m a in design at HDK (School of Design and Crafts) in Gothenburg. When I’m not designing or taking photos I’ve had a little dream of becoming a DJ, which might come true sometime soon.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Amanda Berglund   |   http://amandaberglund.com
"A poster for a Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit from which vernissage cards can be pulled off. Every time someone pulls off a card, a new image, more true to Gaultier’s aesthetics, will start to appear. And just like every collection by Jean Paul Gaultier has been unique, every vernissage card will be unique part of the poster."
My name is Amanda Berglund and I’m a graphic designer, photographer and full-time dreamer. I’m a in design at HDK (School of Design and Crafts) in Gothenburg. When I’m not designing or taking photos I’ve had a little dream of becoming a DJ, which might come true sometime soon.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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ryanpanos:

Color Block by Kaitlin Rebesco
Outdoor advertisements are so ubiquitous in New York that they have almost started to become a part of the city’s architecture.  Residents of the city are so inundated with these messages that they hardly even seem to notice them anymore.

In these images, blocks of color replace the billboards in order to give a different perspective of the space occupied by these ads.
ryanpanos:

Color Block by Kaitlin Rebesco
Outdoor advertisements are so ubiquitous in New York that they have almost started to become a part of the city’s architecture.  Residents of the city are so inundated with these messages that they hardly even seem to notice them anymore.

In these images, blocks of color replace the billboards in order to give a different perspective of the space occupied by these ads.
ryanpanos:

Color Block by Kaitlin Rebesco
Outdoor advertisements are so ubiquitous in New York that they have almost started to become a part of the city’s architecture.  Residents of the city are so inundated with these messages that they hardly even seem to notice them anymore.

In these images, blocks of color replace the billboards in order to give a different perspective of the space occupied by these ads.
ryanpanos:

Color Block by Kaitlin Rebesco
Outdoor advertisements are so ubiquitous in New York that they have almost started to become a part of the city’s architecture.  Residents of the city are so inundated with these messages that they hardly even seem to notice them anymore.

In these images, blocks of color replace the billboards in order to give a different perspective of the space occupied by these ads.
ryanpanos:

Color Block by Kaitlin Rebesco
Outdoor advertisements are so ubiquitous in New York that they have almost started to become a part of the city’s architecture.  Residents of the city are so inundated with these messages that they hardly even seem to notice them anymore.

In these images, blocks of color replace the billboards in order to give a different perspective of the space occupied by these ads.
ryanpanos:

Color Block by Kaitlin Rebesco
Outdoor advertisements are so ubiquitous in New York that they have almost started to become a part of the city’s architecture.  Residents of the city are so inundated with these messages that they hardly even seem to notice them anymore.

In these images, blocks of color replace the billboards in order to give a different perspective of the space occupied by these ads.
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dezeen:

Mercato at Three on the Bund by Neri&Hu
Photography is by Pedro Pegenaute
dezeen:

Mercato at Three on the Bund by Neri&Hu
Photography is by Pedro Pegenaute
dezeen:

Mercato at Three on the Bund by Neri&Hu
Photography is by Pedro Pegenaute
dezeen:

Mercato at Three on the Bund by Neri&Hu
Photography is by Pedro Pegenaute
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artruby:

Damián Ortega, Do It Yourself, (2002).
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sfmoma:

SUBMISSION:
Madman Across the East River, 2013
acrylic, duct tape on dye sublimation satin print (wooden stretcher) 33 x 49 inches 83.82 x 124.46 cm 
by: Gordon Douglas Ball
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thelowline:

Catacombs…. check out the world beneath.  
Some awesome and inspiring spaces
untappedcities:

Catacombs Around the World: Paris, NYC, London, Rome http://bit.ly/19vwDfc
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artruby:

Banksy. 
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banksystreetart:

Thug for life
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artruby:

Nari Ward, Mango Tourists, (2011).