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    Acersecomic: A person whose hair has never been cut.

    A-Z of Unusual Words is an exciting exhibition of 26 graphic works by design and illustration studio The Project Twins. Influenced by vintage poster art and modernism, they use bold graphics to interpret a collection of strange, unusual and lost words.

    Biblioclasm: The practice of destroying, often ceremoniously, books or other written material and media.

    Infandous: Unspeakable or too odious to be expressed or mentioned.

    Fanfaronade: Swaggering; empty boasting; blustering manner or behavior; ostentatious display.

    Cacodemonomania: The pathological belief that one is inhabited by an evil spirit.

    Jettatura: The casting of an evil eye.

    Hamartia: The character flaw or error of a tragic hero that leads to his downfall.

    Ostentiferous: Bringing omens or unnatural or supernatural manifestations.

    Pogonotrophy: The act of cultivating, or growing and grooming, a mustache, beard, sideburns or other facial hair.

    Quockerwodger: A rare nineteenth-century word for a wooden toy which briefly became a political insult.

    Scripturient: Possessing a violent desire to write.

    Xenization: The act of traveling as a stranger.


    Tagged: art, design, illustrations, Project Twin, Unusual Words

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    Selgas Cano Architecture Office

    Unusual office building of Selgas Cano architecture bureau was designed by architects themselves and build in a beautiful forest area nearby Madrid.

    Fogo Island Studio

    Saunders Architecture have designed the Fogo Island Studios located on Fogo Island off the northeast coast of Newfoundland, Canada.

    Bastard Store and Office

    Bastard Store and Office, designed by Studiometrico, own their own indoor skate park.

    Saatchi & Saatchi Bangkok

    Redesigned by Supermachine Studio, this office for Saatchi & Saatchi in Bangkok embraces strong visual elements creating an inspiring place to work.

    Small workplace

    Small workplace by Architector

    Cave Office and Data Center

    The Data Center Pionen – White Mountain, designed by Albert France-Lanord Architects, is housed in a former Cold War bunker and nuclear shelter. An amazing location 30 meters down under the granite rocks of the Vita Berg Park in Stockholm.

    Treehouse Office

    Treehouse Office by Peter Frazier is set amongst the trees above Chuckanut Bay in Bellingham, Washington.

    Floating H2Office

    H2Office by WaterSpace is an innovative, versatile floating unit for use in marinas and inland waterways.

    Offices of Pons + Huot

    The Offices of Pons + Huot a ‘Forest Through the Table’ by Christian Pottgiesser – architecturespossibles is the Paris headquarters of these two companies.

    Log Cabin Office

    Designed by Piet Hein Eek for composer Hans Liberg  in a forest in the Netherlands.


    Tagged: architecture, design, Office

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  • 09/23/12--15:44: Random Wallpapers
  • Random images I have been using  as my desktop background for the past year.


    Tagged: art, Computer wallpaper, design, photography, Wallpaper

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    The December 2012 issue of Vogue Japan features the brilliant fragrance editorial ‘In The Mood for Fantasy’ starring Enchanted Dolls created by Marina Bychkova alongside the latest designer fragrances, photographed by Lacey.

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    Tagged: Aroma compound, art, Arts and Entertainment, design, Dolls, Fantasy, fashion, japan, Lacey, Photographers, photography, Visual Arts, Vogue, Vogue Japan

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    Carolina Fontoura Alzaga, a Mexican multidisciplinary artist, takes old bike parts and turns them into shimmering chandeliers. Her series of Victorian-era chandelier sculptures is called “Connect”.  These Subversive objects challenge the aesthetics of wealth by visually contrasting the classic elegance of the candelabrum with the new-found elegance of discarded, mechanical bicycle parts.


    Tagged: art, Bicycle, bizarre, Carolina Fontoura Alzaga, Chandelier, design, eco, Etsy, Victorian era

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    Ramon Bruin is a talented freelance artist, who graduated at the Airbrush Academie in the Netherlands. He is mostly a self-taught artist. Besides a great passion for airbrush, he also draws and paints. With experience in multiple techniques and materials like acrylic, oil, water paints, charcoal, paint pens, pencils and graphite he makes unique artwork. From modern-expressionism to kick-ass airbrush designs and from photo-realism to 3d optical illusion drawings.


    Tagged: Airbrush, art, design, draw, funny, illustrations, optical illusion, Paint, Painting, Ramon Bruin

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    Architectural designer Victor Enrich created these intriguing works of art through a combination of photography and 3D digital rendering.

    “A combination of photography and 3D architectural visualization is used. Once the object is chosen, it is shot from a point easy to recognize by users, not pretending to achieve the greatest picture ever, but instead, a picture that anybody could do. The shot is the basis to produce a replica of the building by using very detailed photogrammetric techniques that end with the creation of a three-dimensional model that fits almost perfectly into the picture.”


    Tagged: architecture, concepts, design, Photo manipulation, photography, Photomontage, photoshop, Surrealism

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    Korean artist Jaehyo Lee uses wood and stainless steel materials to create elegant sculptures – stunning curved semi-geometric works of art.

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    Tagged: art, design, Installation art, Sculptors, sculptures

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    Illustrations-Shout-4

    Italian illustrator Shout aka  Alessandro Gottardo has been featured in major newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, TIME, The Economist and Newsweek among others.
    His clever minimalist illustrations -making use of only a few simple elements like lines and shapes- convey clear messages with the least amount of graphics.

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    Tagged: art, Arts and Entertainment, design, illustrations, Visual Arts

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  • 05/28/13--15:14: Human Nests by Jayson Fann
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    Artist Jayson Fann is a California resident who creates spirit nests for humans and helps to run the amazing Big Sur Spirit Garden along the Pacific Coast. Each nest is an interactive and functional art sculpture made from tree branches that are harvested from local forests and is large enough to accommodate up to eight people.

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    Tagged: art, bizarre, design, eco, Installation art, sculptures

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  • 01/25/14--05:34: Hanging Canvas Furniture
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    A canvas shaped chair with a drawing of a chair by YOY Design Studio. The two-dimensional furniture can be used by leaning against a wall. A frame made of wood and aluminum is covered by an elastic fabric printed with texture of a canvas and a drawing of chair. It comes in three variations: a stool, a love seat, and a sofa.
    Photos by Yasuko Furukawa

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    Tagged: concepts, design

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  • 01/31/14--06:29: Creative Packaging Design
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    People often say don’t judge a book by its cover, but in sales the first impression created by the packaging of a product, sometimes it’s all it takes for us to want it.  A packing design can be bizarre, cool, creative or unusual – overall it should be different.

    Milk-CartonCreative Milk Carton concept  (design:Visual Advice)

    Quick-Fruit-Packaging-ConceptQuick Fruit Packaging concept  (designer:Marcel Buerkle)

    Pop-Up-PopcornPop-Up Popcorn  (designer: Anni Nykänen)

    Hanger-Tea-BoxHanger Tea Box  (designer:Soon Mo Kang)

    Birdy-JuiceBirdy Juice  (designer:Mats Ottdal, Jeksel™)

    NYC-SpaghettiNYC Spaghetti (designer:Alex Creamer)

    Naked-BeerNaked Beer  (designer:Timur Salikhov)

    noteNoté earphones

    coca-cola-cupsCoca Cola cups

    butter-spoonButter Spoon  (designer:Yeongkeun Jeong)

    spine4Spine Vodka  (designer:Johannes Schulz)

    Rellana-WoolRellana Wool  (design: Ogilvy Deutschland)


    Tagged: concepts, design

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  • 02/21/14--11:00: Reflective Buildings
  • These are buildings whose reflective surfaces make them appear to blend into the landscape, reflecting and complementing its immediate environment. Such buildings can be found in both urban and rural settings.
    Green Orchard in western England by London studio Paul Archer Design features a mirrored facade that slides across to cover the windows

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    The recently demolished Rachel Raymond House in Belmont, Massachusetts, was originally designed by pioneering architect Eleanor Raymond in 1931 and re-visioned by Pedro Joel Costa as an “invisible” building with all mirrored surfaces.

    Rachel Raymond HouseRachel Raymond House1(via The Creators Project)

    Mirror house, a temporary installation on the Isle of Tyree, Scotland, designed by Ekkehard Altenburger, 1996

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    Mirror House – Danish-American based architects MLRP have transformed an existing dull playground structure covered with graffiti to an inviting and reflective pavilion. Funhouse mirrors are mounted on the gabled ends of this playground pavilion in Copenhagen, as well as behind the doors.

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    The Cira Centre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, opened in 2005

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    The Mirrorcube, a treehotel in Harads, Sweden, designed by Tham & Videgård, 2008-2010

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    Pinnacle at Symphony Place, an office and retail skyscraper designed by Pickard Chilton, Nashville, Tennessee

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    Camelot at Cockfosters (north of London), a proposed cultural centre designed by Swedish studio Råk-Arkitektur, draws its shape from the story of Arthur pulling the sword Excalibur from a stone.

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    The partially reflective Lucid Stead, by Philip K. Smith III, within the California High Desert in Joshua Tree.

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    Solar-Powered Alpine Capsule by designer Ross Lovegrove in the Italian Alps.

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    A company in Seoul, South Korea, is moving forward with construction of the Tower Infinity, the first building in history capable of cloaking itself.  The lair office tower works its magic through a series of LED projectors and cameras all simultaneously depicting whatever view the tower is blocking, which is another way of saying it’s going to look like a giant block of TV screens in the middle of the city. Designed by U.S.-based GDS Architects, the glass-encased Tower Infinity will top out at 450 meters

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    Tagged: architecture, design

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    The collection, titled “rough sketch products” was created by art student Daigo Fukawa for his Senior thesis at Tokyo University. Chairs, sofas and stools, seem like messy doodles and sketches magically popped up off the paper but they are actually formed out of arranged wire.

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    Tagged: art, design, furniture, optical illusion

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  • 05/18/14--11:32: Not so common pet carriers
  • Portable Aquarium Fish Bowl by Michal Shabtiali

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    Cardboard Cat’s Cradle by Erin Zingré

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    “Mommy Bus”, cat backpack

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    PetEgo, hybrid backpack , as it is a laptop bag as well as a dog carrier.

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    Miniature Fingertip Aquarium

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    Pet Pocket Bird Carrier

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    DogiBag Wheeled Carrier designed by Nicklas Ekstrand

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    Tagged: animals, bizarre, design, Gadgets

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  • 06/06/14--15:16: Shopping Bag Designs
  • Buddies: Pet On A Leash Shopping Bag

    Designer: Yuelan Liu

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    Yarn Ball Bag

    Designer: Rob Gros

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    Kong: Shoe Bag

    Illustrator: Terry Dean

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    Revital

    Design by Antje Gerwien

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    Meralco

    Advertising Agency: TBWA, Philippines

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    Moo Shoes

    Design by amgraphicdesign.co.uk

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    Paper Bag with Dog Ear Handles

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    Big Lipton Tea Bag

    Agency: DDB Integrated Jeddah,Saudi Arabia

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    Muse Bags

    Hair extensions samples were attached to bags as handles. (Agency: Tokyu Agency Inc., Tokyo)

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    Blood Bag

    Agency: Lem, Shanghai, China

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    Bird Bag

    Designer: Rob Gros

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    Karl Lagerfeld: Goggle Bag

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    Tagged: design

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    CLOUD began as a large-scale interactive sculpture created from 6,000 light bulbs by Canadian artists Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett. The piece utilizes everyday domestic light bulbs and pull strings, re-imagining their potential to catalyze collaborative moments and create an experiential environment. As part of the process of building the sculpture, the artists collected burnt out incandescent light bulbs from the surrounding community, forging an informal relationship with non-artists, reducing costs, and asking audiences to reconsider household items in an alternative context. During exhibition, viewers interact with CLOUD, working as a collective to turn the entire sculpture on and off.

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    Photo credit: Doug WongOriginal CLOUD sculpture at Nuit Blanche Calgary. Photo credit: Doug Wong

     


    Tagged: art, Arts and Entertainment, design, Installation art

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  • 07/15/14--11:43: Creative Ambient Advertising
  • ambient-advertisingNational Geographic – 3D Crocodile Escalator

    ambient-advertising-6Frontline – Get Them Off Your Dog

    ambient-advertising-2IBM – Smart Ideas for Smarter Cities

    ambient-advertising-9What Goes Around – Comes Around

    ambient-advertising-3ambient-advertising-4Visa – Go Back to Pompeii

    ambient-advertising-1Motor City Nightmares – Horror Buckets

    ambient-advertising-7Fight Smoking

    ambient-advertising-5The Hairdressers – Need a Top Chop?

    ambient-advertising-12Newcastle Brown Ale – Taste the lighter side of Dark

    ambient-advertising-10KarstadtQuelle – Dental Implant Insurance

    ambient-advertising-11Bergmann & Sohn Funeral services – Come a little closer

    ambient-advertising-13Take a break from the Sun

    ambient-advertising-8Korean Subway Ad


    Tagged: design, funny, photography

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    SharifiHouse-2

    Based in Tehran, the Sharifi-ha House by architectural firm Nextoffice is a beautiful space-saving home that comes with a set of assembly instructions. In summertime, Sharifi-ha House offers an open /transparent /perforated volume with wide, large terraces. In contrast, during Tehran’s cold, snowy winters the volume closes down, offering minimal openings and a total absence of those wide summer terraces. The three-storey house is based on a fixed main volume of the structure with movable areas present on each floor that can be rotated by a simple push of a button and lifting a stair to secure the room in place.

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    Tagged: architecture, design, photography

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  • 09/01/14--12:10: Aurland Viewing Bridge
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    Aurland Viewing Bridge above Aurland, a small town in Sogn og Fjordane, one of the larger fjords on the West Coast of Norway, offers fantastic view of the fjord scenery . Designed by Todd Saunders & Tommie Wilhelmsen from Saunders Architecture  the construction creates a distinct horizon to make the view even more dramatic. Nature first and architecture second was the guiding principle when architects sat down to design this project.

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    Tagged: architecture, Landscape, Norway, photography, places, Tourist attraction, Travel photography

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