To think any one of these lifeforms exists in our galaxy, let alone on our planet, simply boggles the mind. Photographer Steve Axford lives and works in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales in Australia where he spends his time documenting the living world around him, often traveling to remote locations to seek […]
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(Translated from French) The project was initiated by the designer Guillian Graves and bioengineering Mishka Melo, with the support of our partners ENSCI EPFL EPFL + ECAL Lab, UNIL and society Greenloop . It aims to develop new approaches and design strategies combining inspiration from biological systems ( in their organizations , principles , functions and […]
Audi has unveiled a limited-edition version of the R8 called LMX. In addition to packing more power, the LMX is the first Audi to come standard with laser high beams derived from the automaker’s Le Mans program. Power for the R8 LMX comes from a tuned version of the V10 plus model’s 5.2-liter V10 engine […]
For centuries artisans have been crafting white porcelain dishes and decorating them with intricate cobalt blue patterns, from floral designs to swirling landscapes. Enter graphic designer Don Moyer who is turning the tradition on its head with his wildly successful line of Calamityware dinner plates. Moyer expertly mimics several Eastern motifs in his plates with […]
“I Tradizionali” are illustrated tattoo-recipes which can be applied on one’s forearm. Not only does the tattoo emphasize the common gesture of “rolling-up one’s sleeves” before cooking, but it also helps the cook to remember the order in which the recipe is to be prepared. Passing downrecipes is part of every country’s traditional culture. […]
Beautiful and creative edible artworks made out of delicious food by talented Ukrainian artist Daryna Kossar. Wonderful food art will inspire you to make unique sandwiches and meals. via Food Art by Daryna Kossar.
La Diplomate celebrates tea. They offer 60+ teas from all over the world. We created the visual identity, and packaging solutions for the gorgeous 18th century storefront which sits on a quaint pedestrian lane in the center of Bordeaux, France, a newly labeled UNESCO World Heritage site. We sought a bolder look for tea as […]
Quiz: can you identify these world cities from their logos? Cities spend millions trying to build strong brand identities in the hope of attracting tourists and business – money well spent? via Quiz: can you identify these world cities from their logos? | Cities | theguardian.com.
T’14 Catalogue Art directed and designed by Think Work Observe for Tacchini Italia Forniture: T’14 — Some Things You’ll Never Forget. Edition 2014, format 21 × 25 cm, 2 volumes of 328 + 48 pages on quality coated and uncoated papers, 274 pictures, 8 sketches, 64 products, 20 designers and 3 artists. With contributions by Elena […]
Norman Timbs Special, 1947 Norman Timbs (American, 1917-1993), designer Attributed to Emil Diedt, fabricator Courtesy of Gary and Diane Cerveny, Malibu, California Mechanical engineer Norman Timbs created the Timbs Special for his personal use. A visually arresting automobile that epitomized grace and speed, the car articulated the ideas of streamlining and wind resistance with its […]