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Cynicism Humorously Illustrated by Eduardo Salles

Cynicism Humorously Illustrated by Eduardo Salles
Eduardo Salles (Mexico City, 1987) is advertiser, designer, illustrator, writer and professor at the Miami Ad School. And a professional procrastinator!, he says. Ex Creative Director of Nike, Kit Kat and Red Cross Mexico. He has won awards as diverse as Cannes Lions (advertising), Walter Reuters prize (journalism) and Juan Rulfo Short Story Award (literature).

Small Attic Loft Apartment In Prague The design of this modern loft conversion located in Prague, Czech Republic uses natural materials such as stone, brick and wood to enhance the flat and angular surfaces. Designed by architect Dalibor Hlavacek, the two-storey attic loft makes good use of limited floor space. The living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom are on the lower floor. Via: ArchDaily How would you improve your graphic design studio or office? Just lately, we have been wondering how we could improve our graphic design studio to make it a more creative workspace. Whether it means adding a huge mural on the wall or simply designing some graphic art, we feel it could do with a bit of a change. After all, an extravagant and funky working space should give you an extra boost of inspiration! This led me to start looking at unusual and creative offices. Here are a few offices and creative spaces that take that concept to the extreme: Google Offices Pixar Offices Three Rings Design Offices Nike Offices Red Bull Offices ILSE Media Offices Cartoon Network Lego offices Ogilvy Offices Selgas Cano So if you could add anything to your graphic design studio or office, what would it be?

At the gym: who is looking at whom - The Oatmeal - StumbleUpon All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2014 Matthew Inman. Please don't steal. TheOatmeal.com was lovingly built using CakePHP All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2014 Matthew Inman. TheOatmeal.com was lovingly built using CakePHP Tea-time - Tea Steeper Design by Pengtao Yu Timely Steeping I am in love with the Tea-time tea steeper for its intuitive design and simplistic interaction between tea leaves, water and steeping time! A flipping action, akin to starting the timer, sets the tea making process into action. Loose tealeaves and hot water do their steeping business and the ready tea slowly trickles down to the bottom beaker. The timer/filter hold back the leaves and your cuppa is ready to sip! Designer: Pengtao Yu Tea-time is a 2011 Spark Awards entry.

LL Reps News Monsanto - Portugal Village Built Among Rocks Monsanto is a beautiful village built in the Portuguese countryside.Featuring narrow streets carved from rock and granite houses squeezed between giant boulders, it looks like a real life Bedrock. At the top of the 400 feet high hill stands a very old square built fortress / castle. The castle played an important role in Medieval times when the Templars Grand Master built a castle which withstood several battles including the Napoleonic invasions. In 1938, Monsanto was bestowed the most "Portuguese town in Portugal."

Dirt Poster « Whitezine Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about. Check out also the artist’s Website. Dirt Poster The Magic With Corks If you enjoy in good wine and you didn’t trow away the old corks you can create interesting home gadgets that are both interesting and creative. Home decorating can be improved using one of the 25 home ideas with corks we presented here. You don’t need to spend money for your home, you can easily recycle and reuse the old corks for coasters, maths and much more. Stamps Thread Spool Corks Wreath Magnetic Cork Planters Cork Ball Key Chains Coasters Cork Letter Placecard Holders Trivet Bathmat Plant Marker Cheese Knives Cork Candles Cork Candle Votives Simple Cork Necklace Embroidered Cork Necklace Wine Corkboard Champagne Cork Knobs Wine Charms Lampshade Fridge Magnets Animal Sculptures Cork Pen Journaling corks arts, corks usage, diy corks

Coverjunkie celebrates creative magazine covers - Coverjunkie.com 40 Home Library Design Ideas For a Remarkable Interior Modern homes are not just about living rooms, the kitchen, bedrooms, the dining space or the bathrooms. While they do constitute the bare minimum, home owners across the world always wish to add an extra dimension to their homes — which not only makes the house unique and special, but also caters to the specific interests of those residing in it. From media rooms to stunning stone fireplaces, every single special element has been put in place to reflect their individual design choices and priorities. The latest and hottest trend is the advent of amazing home libraries. Bermuda blue home library housing a Chesterfield Sofa by Crisp Architects Home libraries are considered not just a symbol of once aptitude, but rather they simply showcase how much you love your personal book collection and the amount of care and attention you give them. Books storage space for those who like to keep it light Inspiring home library for those who need loads of shelf space by Abramson Teiger Architects

Cypresses Vincent van Gogh. Letter to his brother Theo. [July 2, 1889] [Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, inv. no. b645 V/1962; pub. in Van Gogh Letters 1958, letter no. 597; Van Gogh Letters 2009, letter no. 784] , mentions that he is enclosing "ten or so drawings today, all after canvases on the go," including one after this work (F1525; Brooklyn Museum). Vincent van Gogh. Vincent van Gogh. Theo van Gogh. , remarks that his brother's paintings, including this work, are "well placed and look very well" at the exhibition of the Indépendants. Lucien Moline. Julien Leclercq. Julius Meier-Graefe. R. E. Camera Work special no. Max Deri. Curt Glaser. Jahrbuch der Kunst (1922), p. 32, [see records in archive file]. Wissen und Leben 17, no. 1 (October 1, 1923), p. 1, ill., [see Ref. Roch Grey. J. Julius Meier-Graefe. Max Osborn. Florent Fels. J. Ralph Flint. J. Alfred Bader. W. Jean de Beucken. W. J. M. Isabella H. Georg Schmidt. "Notes on the Cover." Murray Pease. Jean Leymarie. Margaretta M. John Rewald. H. J.

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