cabbagerose:

everything old becomes new: louvre windows

via: dave hime on interiorcollective

1) house r/architect roger christ

2) esuoh house/hofman and brown architects

3) bulthaup workbench and cabinets photo by dook on dwell

mattsbrickgallery:

balbo:

I may mostly post my graphic work, but I couldn’t resist posting this piece I did.

You could say I’m somewhat excited about the upcoming season.

Winter is coming.-MBG

typostrate:

Your Song

Antonius Bui has carved this song written by a friend into a amenable material. It’s fantastic how hearing becomes sight and words fly above the paper. In 2D vision with a direct sight on it, it seems like a simple text on a plain paper. But like the notes that are dancing to your ears, these quotes and lyrics are dancing to your eyes.

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designcloud:

Courtesy Script by Sudtipos.

Courtesy captures the elegance and propriety of finely practiced Spencerian penmanship, in particular the Zanerian school. Its lowercase is notably understated, a simple monoline with very wide connections that ease readability. In the capitals, Courtesy adds variety in both the weight of the strokes, and in degrees of flourish — from merely fancy to over-the-top engrossery.

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typostrate:

Typostrate Weekend Inspiration 41

Here are some very nice examples we found through our week and we got from our followers and fans. While always searching for the newest, best and most interesting design and typography inspirations, we sometimes find very cool artworks such as the walking dead sign made of different car signs and the passion poster which reminds us of bauhaus and graphic design in the early years of the last century. So enjoy our typography inspirations and we hope we satisfied every calligraphy, digital type, lettering, hand-drawn and 3D taste. Enjoy them and have a nice sunday!

Good design begins with honesty, asks tough questions, comes from collaboration and from trusting your intuition.” Thomas Freeman

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weandthecolor:

Art with Floppy Disks by Nick Gentry
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weandthecolor:

Art with Floppy Disks by Nick Gentry

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Comportamiento Ordinaria por  Kevin LCK

Artista e ilustrador Kevin LCK trabaja casi exclusivamente en blanco y negro, por lo que no es ninguna sorpresa que los que a él se aventuró en objetos escultóricos la estética sigue siendo la misma, mientras que las dimensiones claramente no tienen. En su nueva serie de comportamientos cotidianos que el artista construye dioramas en objetos electrónicos cotidianos hechos de cartón, como un ordenador, la cámara, y el iPhone. 

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Vespa

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varshavijayan:

Arya Stark.
"Some day, I’m going to put a sword through your eye and out the back of your skull."
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varshavijayan:

Arya Stark.

"Some day, I’m going to put a sword through your eye and out the back of your skull."

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