Cyreal » Multiscript Typography La experiencia Los visitantes se descalzan antes de entrar en el esclusa de aire. Una vez adentro, pueden pasear libremente o simplemente acostarse y disfrutar del ambiente adentro de la estructura. La primera reacción es a menudo de sorpresa y placer ante la inesperada belleza de la luz. La luz diurna, filtrada por el pvc coloreado es resplandeciente y su luminosidad tiene un efecto directo sobre los 5 sentidos. Caminando por túneles laberínticos y amplios domos, el público se mueve entre tonalidades de color, ora sutiles, ora saturadas. A los visitantes les estimula descubrir como se mezclan los colores y como transforman las caras y la ropa. No se produce dos veces la misma visita ya que la atmósfera adentro está alterada por los cambios climáticos y las variaciones de la luz diurna. Los visitantes suelen expresar su experiencia comparándola a un viaje adentro del cuerpo humano, o bien a una estación espacial.
Park your car Dirty...Bring Home a Work of Art. This Parking Attendant does something Unbelievable. Most of the time parking attendants laugh at dirty cars. But that’s not the case in Azerbaijani, where a talented artist works as a parking attendant. Rafael Veyisov has made a habit of turning dirty cars into an elaborate work of art. He has been doing this for the last 10 years. Using only his fingers to create impressive cityscapes and other imaginary scenes, during his work hours in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. Drivers are surprised, impressed, and loves his work, so most of the time car owners even intentionally park their cars dirty to give him a good canvas. Imagine what this guy could do with proper art materials.
Rashad Alakbarov Paints with Shadows and Light This is kind of flying all over the internet right now, but I couldn’t resist sharing. Artist Rashad Alakbarov from Azerbaijan uses suspended translucent objects and other found materials to create light and shadow paintings on walls. The jaw-dropping light painting above, made with an array of colored airplanes is currently on view at the Fly to Baku exhibition at De Pury Gallery in London through January 29th. (via art wednesday, fasels suppe) Rising Table by Robert Van Embricqs Fascinatingly Simple – Part Deux From one of my favorite designers, Robert van Embricqs, the Rising Table is the latest in a series of sculptural furniture elements that are not only functionally genius but also aesthetically fascinating. Like the rest of the Rising Series, the table utilizes a unique slat-folding technique to transform from a flat piece of seemingly solid wood to a fully functional table with an intricate web of wonderful angles and angular shapes that are a signature of this remarkable designer. Designer: Robert Van Embricqs
Cooking For Engineers - Step by Step Recipes and Food for the Analytically Minded Creative Inspiration » Americas Posted: April 2nd, 2014 | Author: Derrick Lin | Filed under: Americas, Bath and Beauty, USA | Comments Off Agency: Noise 13Creative Director: Dava GuthmillerDesigner: Ben WongClient: Ziesche Modern ApothecaryCountry: San Francisco, United StatesType Of Work: Commercial Work When Beauty Company owner Sherri Ziesche wanted to launch a line of exceptional bath and body products for her San Francisco clients, she came to Noise with determination and a clear vision. Inspired by visits to European and Asian spas, she was looking to offer a more personal and customizable experience, where customers could participate in the creative process and tailor the product to their exact preferences. Posted: April 1st, 2014 | Author: Derrick Lin | Filed under: Americas, Canada, Food, student | Comments Off Designer: Kyle MatthewsIllustration: Victor WongProfessor: Albert NgCourse: York Sheridan Design ProgramCountry: Canada Agency: Agência BUDDesigner: Rodrigo Chiaparini/Franklin ZampaniCountry: Brazil
Lamps Made from Sawmill Waste and Tree Branches Embedded with Resin and LEDs For his Brecce collection, Italian designer Marco Stefanelli devised an ingenious way of removing fragments from sawmill scraps, tree branches, and cement fragments, and replacing them with perfectly sculpted resin embedded with LEDs. The resulting lamps retain the organic nature of their original form yet cast a beautifully subdued light. You can see much more on Stefanelli’s blog. (via the awesomer)