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Lettering Illustrations by Meni Chatzipanagiotou

Lettering Illustrations by Meni Chatzipanagiotou AoiroStudio Sep 06, 2018 Let’s take a deep breath of pure inspiration with the work of Meni Chatzipanagiotou , an illustrator and graphic designer from Thessaloniki, Greece. She has just released this beautiful set of lettering illustration hand drawn with pens and acrylic paint. Source:

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Newcomer of the Week: Davide Cerretini

Newcomer of the Week: Davide Cerretini Share Tweet As an budding portrait photographer, Davide Cerretini ( @davidecerretini ) aspires to translate the connection he made with his muse into compelling photographs. Throwing out technical rules out of the window, he experiments with blurs and soft colors. Source: Newcomer of the

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Brew Your Mind

In Budapest two friends Bihari Akos and Himmel Oiver, both engineers, indulged their love of craft beer by setting out to make the country’s “craziest, freshest” artisan beer. Their creations led to going commercial in 2014, establishing the Brew Your Mind Brewery to introduce an inspired variety of craft beers,

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A photograph of a poppy installation for the Guardian newspaper

Poppies sculptures to be installed in London and Manchester

Poppies: Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red captured the public’s imagination like no other art installation, so it is fitting that it will form part of national commemorations to mark 100 years since the Armistice . Two sculptures from the artwork – Wave and Weeping Window – will go

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The Psychology of Collective Memory

by Jalees Rehman Do you still remember the first day of school when you started first grade? If you were fortunate enough (or in some cases, unfortunate enough) to run into your classmates from way back when, you might sit down and exchange stories about that first day in school.

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Critics argue that skeuomorphism is outdated, but the emergence of IoT, VR, and wearables is changing that Eugene C. Interaction design is an art. It is the art of creating experiences that encourage human interaction and map behavior to expected outcomes. Source: Skeuomorphic Design — A controversial UX approach thatRead More →

Candy Royalle Street Art - Newtown

A cool piece of street art on the side of the Hub in NewtownRead More →

A colorized image of Albert Einstein's smiling

Mario Unger is a photographer and digital artist from Austria. Last year his main work was restoring and colorizing old photographs. Mario told us that is reason for doing all of this work was to bring the past back to the present. Source: Man Spends More Than 3000 Hours ColorizingRead More →

A photograph of a poppy installation for the Guardian newspaper

Poppies: Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red captured the public’s imagination like no other art installation, so it is fitting that it will form part of national commemorations to mark 100 years since the Armistice . Two sculptures from the artwork – Wave and Weeping Window – will goRead More →

An image of a Scandinavian bathroom

The bathroom is an intimate place that requires a lot more than just privacy. The perfect bathroom is going to be as practical as it can be while having a sleek visual appearance that will look clean any way you look at it. These are the same adjectives that youRead More →

Think of it! Restaurant Interior

© Photographix | Sebastian + Ira Architects: Studio Lagom Location: Surat, Gujarat, India Principal Architect: Hardik Shah Design Team: Krishna Kapadia, Kruti Sheta-Patel Area: 3500.0 ft2 Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Photographix | Sebastian + Ira Landscaping: Hasnain Sabuwala Artists: Kruti Sheta-Patel Structure: Hitesh Rathi(Rathi consortium) Metal Structure: Sai Shyam EngineeringRead More →

Small Kitchen with green grey cupboards and a green brick pattern splash back

When you have a snug space, you have to make every inch count with some smart layout tricks and storage solutions. Do that, and all of a sudden your 40-square-foot kitchen goes from meh to yay . Still need a bit of info? You’re in luck—we’ve got 10 amazing spacesRead More →

Facturacion pink art deco two storey building - Mexico

Inspired by journeys through the Mexican countryside, Adam Wiseman’s Free Architecture , on display at Chalton Gallery, London, captures the diverse buildings that define the landscape. The buildings are expressions of reward and struggle; each personally crafted by residents working in the US. Source: Eclectic ArchitectureRead More →

Hand drawn lettering the word "HOPE" by Meni Chatzipanagiotou

Lettering Illustrations by Meni Chatzipanagiotou AoiroStudio Sep 06, 2018 Let’s take a deep breath of pure inspiration with the work of Meni Chatzipanagiotou , an illustrator and graphic designer from Thessaloniki, Greece. She has just released this beautiful set of lettering illustration hand drawn with pens and acrylic paint. Source:Read More →

9/6 Lola’s First Tour Photo Book This post just goes to show you that it’s “better late than never” with documenting your life. We took our then 5-month-old daughter out on tour with her dad’s band Mutemath last fall and it was definitely a trip that needed documenting to showRead More →

A great business card should convey the overall motto and images of your business. It is a not an easy task considering the fact that an average business card only measures 2 inches in width and 3.5 inches in length. It is inconsiderate to have the thought that your businessRead More →

In our ever-expanding technological-based world where we have more access to information than ever before, why is it that so many of us feel less and less creative? I recently shared this article , and although it’s quite long and detailed, what stood out to me the most is thatRead More →

Every architect knows this famous photo of a famous architect: [Mies in his Chicago apartment, 1964, photographed by Werner Blaser] Lately I’ve noticed this figure of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe collaged into architectural renderings. Source: Mies, Sitting and SmokingRead More →

If you live in an American city and you don’t personally use a wheelchair, it’s easy to overlook the small ramp at most intersections, between the sidewalk and the street. Today, these curb cuts are everywhere, but fifty years ago — when an activist named Ed Roberts was young —Read More →

As a part of the Small Family Homes blog post this month (See the previous first post here ) organized by Kate of The Streamlined Life we are revisiting something I haven’t spoken about in a while – How we ended up Living Small with kids. Source: How We EndedRead More →

Cuban OSPAAAL posters from the archives of Michael Tyler, a collector from Bath, EnglandMike has a number of duplicates to offer in exchange for a few elusive posters he’s trying to find. You can reach him at m_w_tyler [at] hotmail [dot] com 1969, poster by Rafael Zarsa, Day of SolidarityRead More →

by Jalees Rehman Do you still remember the first day of school when you started first grade? If you were fortunate enough (or in some cases, unfortunate enough) to run into your classmates from way back when, you might sit down and exchange stories about that first day in school.Read More →

This visual timeline by data artist Josh Begley captures the storied newspaper’s approach to layout and photography by incorporating every NY Times front page ever published into a single one-minute video. Via This is Colossal. The post Every NY Times front page Since 1852 in under a minute appeared firstRead More →

In today’s web design world we see waves of minimalist, modern designs that often stick to light colors , standard fonts and lots of space. However, many industries and brands require an alternative approach. For example, a gaming website might have a better effect with dark tones and gothic-style text.Read More →

In Budapest two friends Bihari Akos and Himmel Oiver, both engineers, indulged their love of craft beer by setting out to make the country’s “craziest, freshest” artisan beer. Their creations led to going commercial in 2014, establishing the Brew Your Mind Brewery to introduce an inspired variety of craft beers,Read More →