Art TV Station for Video Art, Film & Music. Design Observer. John Foster has been a longtime collector of self-taught art and vernacular photography, as well as an artist, designer, and art curator.
His collection of anonymous, found snapshots has toured the country for over five years and has been reviewed and featured in Harper’s Magazine, Newsweek Online, Phaidon, SF Gate, The Village Voice and many others. In 2005, Art & Antiques magazine named John one of the “Top 100 Collectors” in the United States. John currently serves on the Board of Trustees for SPACES, an organization dedicated to saving and preserving arts and cultural environments; and is an Advisory Board Member of the Folk Art Society of America. For eleven years, he taught graphic design and fine arts at John Burroughs School in St. Louis; he was a member of the corporate design group at Fleishman-Hillard International Communications and later Associate Principal at Buck Consultants, a national firm focused on HR and the design of employee communications. La quincaillerie paresseuse.
Curious Places. Art, design and visual ingenuity. Ufunk.net. Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design - Daily Art And Design Blog. Retronaut. I Can’t Believe This Is Not Photoshopped…How They Created It Blew My Mind! Adorably Awkward Cards by Emily McDowell. I have a confession.
I have been obsessed with Emily McDowell's illustrations ever since I laid eyes on them. This woman has the most hilarious sense of humor I have found on the Internet in a very long, long time. Artshop - # Acheter chez triaaangles.com, c'est très simple.
Il vous suffit de suivre les étapes suivantes : 1. Parcourez les profils des artistes pour trouver une image qui vous correspond. Si vous souhaitez acheter un objet en particulier, dirigez vous directement vers les sections adaptées (accessoires, mode, déco, etc.) 2. 3. 4. Naïmoka - Masks - Wintercroft. BoredPanda - pandas against boredom! Progress Before Perfection – Les expérimentations visuelles de Joey Camacho. La Faune Et La Flore – Une superbe série de photographies oniriques et poétiques. Atelier 225 - Sublimer le papier - Atelier 225. 10 New Trends of Logo Design for 2015. When the foundation of a business firm is laid, the most cardinal aspect that can help in the development of a business’ stance is a logo, a trendy creative logo plays an important role in making up the impression and to display the perspective of the firm.
New and latest techniques come into the world of art and design so people can get the best outcome in the most possible ways. Experts are coming up with new logo trends to give new directions to the genre of logo designs so I am presenting before you 10 new trends of logo design for 2015. 1. Wood Cutouts – Le street art de Joe Lurato. Tiny Reclaimed Wood Cabins That Appear Plucked From the Pages of Dr. Seuss.
Dan Pauly builds guest cottages, playhouses, garden sheds, and saunas all appearing to be perfectly suited for an enchanted forest.
The small, asymmetrical buildings have a long slanted roof, crooked chimney, and charming front window with built-in flower box. Each cabin designed by Pauly and his company The Rustic Way is built with reclaimed wood, each piece restored to reflect its natural weathered condition. Pauly’s woodworking history goes back four generations, back to the 1800s when his family emigrated to the US and built several barns in Minnesota (some of which are still standing). This history is embedded into Pauly’s fascination with reclaimed wood. “As I uncover an old barn or shed,” Pauly says, “I realize that it could be the same lumber that my great-grandfather used more than 100 years ago.
You can see more of Pauly’s cabins on The Rustic Way’s Facebook page. Doodles, Zen Doodle and Notebook Doodles. 17 maisons mystiques mais bien réelles dans lesquelles vous adoreriez vivre. Notre planète recèle de trésors, ces 17 maisons aux identités très fortes feront la joie des personnes en quête de fantaisie et d’originalité.
SooCurious vous dévoile ces habitations de rêve. 1. C’est l’heure de la Sélection du Week-End n°184 !
As a photographer, I'm constantly flying all over the country.
I'm always on the look out for new travel pieces that keeps my things organized, but also feels like it fits in my style. I wanted to create a small pouch I could easily keep all my jewelry in, without taking up too much space in my suitcase. supplies: leather piece. Illustrations, Cailloux et Dessins Au Trait. Tutorials.
15 Minimalist Tattoos by Playground Tattoo. L’artiste et street artist James Bullough, basé à Berlin, présente actuellement ses dernières créations à la Thinkspace Gallery de Los Angeles, parmi lesquelles sa série Breaking Point, réalisée en collaboration avec des danseurs.
James Bullough capture ainsi les corps et les mouvements, qu’il déforme ensuite avec des glitches et des stries, créant de magnifiques compositions fragmentées. Je vous invite aussi à découvrir les précédentes créations de James Bullough. À Dunkerque, le mystère du bunker couvert de miroirs. A mi-chemin entre le vestige historique et l’oeuvre d’art, ce bunker est un mystère.
Construit en 1944 par les Nazis sur la plage de Dunkerque, il a été entièrement recouvert de miroirs par un anonyme ! Résultat : une création aussi belle qu’intrigante. Voilà maintenant plus de deux ans que ce bunker (situé précisément à Leffrinckoucke), fascine passants, curieux et riverains. Packaging of the World. Second Life Toys – WeTransfer This Works. Everyone remembers that moment in their childhood when their all-time-favorite toy suddenly lost its eye, its arm or even worse, its head. After crying my eyeballs out, I would either try to fix it myself, or run to my mum to have her fix Lion as soon as possible. Akira Suzuki and Togo Kida had a similar memory. While tossing ideas around for a new project besides their regular client work at Tokyo-based advertising agency Dentsu, they stumbled on a shared experience from the past: when they were kids they both tried to fix their broken toy by attaching something from another toy to it.
Based on this epiphany, Togo and Akira soon connected the dots and came up with Second Life Toys, a project that cleverly uses old or abandoned stuffed animals to revitalize other torn toys. Although a very cute venture in itself, it was originally brought to life to generate awareness for the low rates of organ transplant donations in Japan. “There is this tradition called Kintsugi in Japan.