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Art Hound Soojin Kang of Seoul, Korea via all the mountains . These are pieces of reclaimed furniture that Kang has reupholstered (by hand) with scraps of leather. She’s clearly a super talented designer as she’s able to turn discarded goods into beautifully-crafted objects. “According to designer Soojin Kang, who ‘fights against this epidemic (of disposables) with needles and threads,’ she believes that the lack of consumer consciousness will increase even more in the future.

short stories at east of the web A game of Scrabble has serious consequences. - Length: 4 pages - Age Rating: PG - Genre: Crime, Humor A semi-barbaric king devises a semi-barabaric (but entirely fair) method of criminal trial involving two doors, a beautiful lady and a very hungry tiger. Vintage Poster Classics France, Vintage Automobile Posters A "blowup" of a "quadrichrome" or 4 color offset lithograph section, circa 1950 Italian. Note that the dots are "mechanically" aligned to blend together to create a complete spectrum of color using the white backround as part of the blend. Offset lithography may begin with a photograph or scan of something. It can also be a photograph of an original painting, or a gouache. In the laboratory the photograph or scan is separated by a special camera and today by computer, into the four basic color elements- red, yellow, blue and black.

Best Books Ever Listings (Bookshelf) From Project Gutenberg, the first producer of free ebooks. Norwegian Book Clubs in Oslo (2002) In 2002, the editors of The Norwegian Book Clubs asked 100 authors to nominate ten books that, in their opinion, are the ten best and most central works in world literature. This list was reprinted in The Guardian in 2002. Here's the list. © signifies original publication still copyrighted in the U.S.

Oh Yeah Studio - Oh Yeah Studio ABOUT OH YEAH STUDIO - DOING BEFORE AND AFTER DINNER Our aim is to seduce, inspire and create emotional responses to all visual projects. A design solution should of course also be innovative and communicative. We work widely within the design disciplines, our services range from: Brand identity, art direction, web design, editorial design, typography, illustration and packaging design. In addition we also work with personal projects, such as exhibitions, graphical prints, posters and murals. Computer Arts Interview 2013 We chat to designer Hans Christian Øren during Barcelona's biggest design festival, OFFF 2013

Ultimate resources for grunge design a massive collection Im a big fan of grunge and creating grunge designs is one of the most interesting things to do in my opinion whether it be a web design or a piece of grunge art. This post covers where you can find grunge resources such as brushes, textures, tutorials, wordpress themes, fonts and interesting reading articles. Grunge Web Design Tutorials Tutorials for creating grunge web designs, there’s also some grunge web sites listed near the bottom of the post Design a cartoon grunge website – PSD Tuts creating a unique grunge cartoon websiteUltimate grunge web design – Push Standards, every thing you need to know to create a grunge web designBand web site template – Photoshop Star, Grunge band design tutorial, but doesn’t have to be used for a band

Emil Kozak Designstudio Identity for clothing company Twothirds, 2013(Identity, Graphic design, Photography, Illustration, Interior design etc.) Hand drawn london map Art and design inspiration from around the world – CreativeRoots Explore England Close YemenClose Avoid the Future: AboutATF Avoid the Future is a blog about comic books, covering everything from small press publishers to the big indies and beyond. Based on a secret island fortress somewhere between the UK and France, we’ve been lucky enough to feature reviews, previews, and interviews with creators and industry professionals. We’re currently acting as French-to-English translation team for Blank Slate Books, where we are in the process of editing Peggy Adam’s Luchadoras for publication in Feburary. Starting as labour of love for the team behind the blog, our aim is to celebrate and promote graphic narrative in all of its forms, internationally and across the publishing spectrum.