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The Book Cover Archive May 2011 For Nuit Blanche, finding the ideal site is almost as important as the concept of the installation itself. After debating numerous times on the typology of site we were hoping for (jumping between alley ways, open courtyards, sheltered spaces) we found a small parking lot that provides us with qualities from all these types of spaces. Located just off Yonge Street, the site is a small back service area to several apartment and commercial buildings on Temperance Street, directly beside Toronto's "Cloud Gardens". The site provides many opportunities to create flow as well as areas where people can stay and loiter. The layout and plan for the site is still undecided, but it will allow us to shape our project further and design it specifically for our installation space.

25 AWESOME Packaging Designs Guaranteed To Delight You. Why Isn't All Packaging This Creative?! A good packaging design can serve as the best advertisement for the product it was created to hold. No wonder many advertisers and designers spend a great deal of time and effort to create eye-catching, meaningful, funny, and clever packaging designs. Here’s a collection of some of the most creative and inspiring packaging ideas that immediately put a smile on your face. You won’t believe how clever some of them are. 1. Designed by Lo Siento Studio 2. Designer Corinne Pant 3. Designed by Soon Mo Kang 4. Designed by Andy Winner and One Show Merit 5. Designed by Maksi Marbuzov 6. Designer: Alex Creamer 7. Advertising Agency: JWT, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 8. Designer unknown 9. Designed by Lacy Kuhn 10. Designed by Clara Lindsten 11. Designed by Alexandra Istratova 12. Designed by 13. Designed by Simon Laliberté 14. Designer: Cecilia Uhr 15. Designed by Igor Mitin 16. Designed by Designers Anonymous 17. Designed by Preston Grubbs 18. Source: 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Turn Trash into Stylish Accessories with “Pick a Jewel!” If you were a kid in the era of pull tabs on canned drinks, you must remember pretending that you were giving your friend a diamond ring when you placed it on their finger. Maybe you collected pull tabs and made chain necklaces! With a little imagination the pull tabs were beautiful pieces of jewelry, if only for a moment. These days pull tabs have given way to stay-on tabs and, sadly, soda can accessorizing is no longer possible. What is possible is making lovely jewelry out of items you’d normally throw away. Pick a Jewel accessories, which can be purchased from the Novelax Store International, allow you to fashion what would be considered waste into jewelry you can be proud of. Pick a Jewel was created by Igarashi Shousei and Mami of Japanese design studio Fift. Mami gives some tips on making the perfect accessory with Pick a Jewel: “The more unexpected the creation, the more interesting it is. The clip is made from three thin stainless plates bound together. Source: Excite Bit News

IMPRESSEDbynature The 13 Coolest Tattoo Artists In The World 1. Amanda Wachob in Brooklyn, N.Y. Amanda Wachob does the impossible with tattoo ink — her pieces look so impeccably close to real paintings. 2. Chaim Machlev in Berlin, Germany Known in the tattoo world as Dots to Lines, Chaim Machlev creates stark black-ink geometric tattoos that are both intricate and pristine 3. If you want the sort of nature tattoo that looks straight out of a weather-worn vintage textbook, you might want to consider a trip to Portland to see Alice. 4. Ien works solely in black ink. 5. Working out of his own Love Hawk studios, David’s ornamental artwork is tinged with a folk-art spirit 6. Kenji is known for a dotting technique called stippling. He’s also a traveling tattoo artist, so if you want your very own Kenji original, you’ll want to follow his Facebook page to see where he goes next. 7. Marcin uses incredibly vibrant inks to achieve his brand of highly vivid surrealist tattoos. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Tra foto e acquerelli Aliza Razell è un'artista eclettica ed innovativa che ama le contaminazioni e lo dimostrano le sue opere originali che utilizzano acquerelli e autoritratti fotografici. La fusione delle due tecniche è possibile in Photoshop. La sua prima serie intitolata Anesidora, coinvolge la storia del Vaso di Pandora (Il vaso di Pandora era in realtà un barattolo , un dettaglio frainteso nel 1400), mentre il secondo si ispira alla parola finlandese"Ikävä" , cioè la sensazione di perdere qualcosa o qualcuno. Teniamola d'occhio!

Oliver Moriss | Whitezine Oliver Moriss is not (yet) the type of photographer you can easily find information about. Apart from saying that he is pretty up and coming for a photographer-student. Apart from mentioning that he uses a 35mm camera. Still, there is no information needed to state that his pictures are multiple exposure with just the perfect mix between models and landscapes. More of his work is available on his Flickr portfolio. In the wood Face Horizon Walking Tall grass From the back Skull In the field The look Wind Heart and Mind | Luke Ramsey This is a story that shows the transformation of a baby to an elderly man. The baby’s mind is born with a peaceful mind, but as it grows older it’s mind becomes corrupt. The heart eventually prevails. This story was originally published in Cafe Royal (UK) Number Two Large print available- Buy Online ‹‹return to portfolio

Playfully Adorable Illustrations That Will Make You Smile Kuala Lampur, Malaysia-based artist Lim Heng Swee loves to doodle. With a bright attitude towards life, he creates adorable illustrations that are playfully paired with funny phrases and word puns. He brings ordinary objects like sheets of paper, pieces of fruit, and pairs of pants alive with personality. Things that don't usually go well together become perfect pairs with good intentions, bright smiles, and sweet sentiments. The clean and modern designs merge colorful shapes with bright, solid backgrounds. The simple illustrations are intended to communicate distinctly positive concepts of hope, love, and good humor. Heng Swee Lim's website via [L'Acte Gratuit] DIY home decor Ever since I moved to New York, one of my favorite things to do is create things for our apartment. I love adding dramatic things that change the whole vibe of the room-- and nothing is more dramatic than a chandelier. A couple months back we moved from a teeny tiny apartment around the corner to the one we're in now. Here's my new bedroom in the apartment. I've been looking for a chandelier for a while, so when reached out to see if I wanted to check out any of their items, I jumped at the chance. Chandelier #1, Chandelier #2, Chandelier #3 Normally you're supposed to mount these lights in actual light fixtures, but my dad showed me how to convert these types of lights into lights that you can plug into the wall. -Chandelier -Plug (I got mine in the hardware store, but you can get them on Amazon.) To start, all of the ceiling-mounted lights come with a cord that you can convert into a plug. Next, take the fabric you want to cover the cord and tear it into strips.