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The School of Kunqu Opera in West Creek Village / China Architecture Design Group Land-based Rationalism D.R.C

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The School of Kunqu Opera in West Creek Village / China Architecture Design Group Land-based Rationalism D.R.C Save this picture! © Guangyuan Zhang + 29 Architects China Architecture Design Group Land-based Rationalism D.R.C Location West Creek Village, Kunshan, Jiangsu, China Architect in Charge Kai Cui Design Team Haian Guo, Yiting Shen, Jun Feng, Xiangyu He, … Continue reading The School of Kunqu Opera in West Creek Village / China Architecture Design Group Land-based Rationalism D.R.C

8 inspiring uses of editorial illustration

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Β CREATIVE BLOQ

Editorial work is a staple for many illustrators. While it's rarely as well-paid as branding or advertising commissions, it's a chance to stretch the creative muscles and tackle a broad range of subject matters. Illustration can visualise the most abstract, surreal and complex themes and concepts that photography would struggle with. It can fill any … Continue reading 8 inspiring uses of editorial illustration

(BNE) TDC Open House: Josephmark

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In conjunction with The Design Conference, global design studio and venture lab Josephmark are putting on a panel to convince any and all graphic designers to transition to digital product design. If you enjoy designing and problem solving, there’s a whole world of opportunities outside of graphic design. Whether that’s designing algorithms and interfaceless UI or micro-interactions … Continue reading (BNE) TDC Open House: Josephmark


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DIRECTPORTRAIT, illustration by Federico Babina

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Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin … Continue reading DIRECTPORTRAIT, illustration by Federico Babina

IT’S Timeless Watches

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Timeless watches that become unique thanks to the interchangeable straps, handcrafted with the most exclusive fabrics of clothing and high-quality furnishing. The peculiarity of IT’S Watch is not only in the originality of the tailor-made straps, but above all, in the ease in which they can be changed, simply by sliding through the fixed loops … Continue reading IT’S Timeless Watches

GMUNK

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KAIAO Lights on Kickstarter

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Doha Education City Photography

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Kris Provoost‘s photo series captures a stroll through the under-construction Education City in the west of Doha, Qatar. Amongst the many buildings, there are two by Rem Koolhaas’ Office for metropolitan architecture – One being the Qatar national library, the other the Qatar Foundation headquarters.

Upcoming: D*Face – β€œFORNEVER” @ Galerie Itinerrance

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Earlier tonight, Galerie Itinerrance in Paris opened up a new show from D*Face (interviewed) entitled FORNEVER. For his first solo in France, the British artist presented a diverse mix of paintings on canvas, sculptures, installations, HPMs, serigraphs, and some fresh assemblages (seen here). The new imagery deals with how nothing is forever, with the old replaced with the new … Continue reading Upcoming: D*Face – β€œFORNEVER” @ Galerie Itinerrance

Jungle Station / G8A Architecture & Urban Planning

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Jungle Station / G8A Architecture & Urban Planning Save this picture! © Tran Nhat Quang + 15 Save this picture! © Tran Nhat Quang Text description provided by the architects. In the context of a dense urban landscape it is logical that the rising start-up community would turn towards the highly efficient concept of co-working … Continue reading Jungle Station / G8A Architecture & Urban Planning

This New Restaurant And Cafe Is Located Inside An Old School Building In Shanghai

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This New Restaurant And Cafe Is Located Inside An Old School Building In Shanghai | CONTEMPORIST Photography by Coordination Asia Coordination Asia have recently completed their latest collaboration with Gaga restaurants and cafés, that’s housed inside a historic villa in the heart of Shanghai, China. Built in the late 19th century, the villa was once a … Continue reading This New Restaurant And Cafe Is Located Inside An Old School Building In Shanghai

Sean Griffiths uses visual trickery inside London house extension

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Optical illusions including a trompe l'oeil painting and mirrored walls alter the perception of space inside this extension to a south London house by architect Sean Griffiths.The property is situated in a conservation area bordering Brockwell Park in the London Borough of Lambeth. Griffiths' design for the extension aims to increase the amount of light … Continue reading Sean Griffiths uses visual trickery inside London house extension

Upcoming: Josh Keyes @ Talon Gallery

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Coming up on May 4th, Talon Gallery in Portland will be presenting a new body of work from Josh Keyes (interviewed). He recently posted up a photo a powerful new piece on social media that will certainly get his fans excited about the new show. He explains – “For me this hints at an exaggerated end of … Continue reading Upcoming: Josh Keyes @ Talon Gallery

These tiny and adorable vintage campers are made for birds

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Β INHABITAT

Vintage camper vans all the rage nowadays—and now you can even help your backyard birds get in on the action too. Marcus Williams and Sj Stone of the Nashville-based design studio One Man, One Garage crafted the Vintage Camper Birdhouse that’s easy to put together and stunning to look at. Laser cut from birch wood, … Continue reading These tiny and adorable vintage campers are made for birds

Unique Fuzzy House offers locals a public shortcut through the building

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When architecture studio Situation-based Operation (SO) was asked to create a home in Chiang Mai, the brief came with an unusual request: preserve the existing desire path. Since the plot had been left empty for many years, locals had created a desire path, or shortcut, through the land between two roads—and the owner wanted to … Continue reading Unique Fuzzy House offers locals a public shortcut through the building

Upcoming: Lydia Fong, Todd James, Steve Powers, Alicia McCarthy @ Muddguts

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Tomorrow night (April 20th) in Brooklyn, Lydia Fong, Todd James, Steve Powers, and Alicia McCarthy will be putting on a show at Muddguts. For those in the know, as well as from the artwork used to promote the exhibition, it looks like Fong (aka Barry McGee) will be joining his Street Market buddies James and Powers … Continue reading Upcoming: Lydia Fong, Todd James, Steve Powers, Alicia McCarthy @ Muddguts

Good Designer, Bad Designer

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Β WIREDΒ ARIELLE PARDESΒ ANDΒ WIRED STAFF

If there is a chance that you are leading a team and you still haven’t read Ben Horowitz’s Good Product Manager/Bad Product Manager, then I would urge you to take a leap of faith, click on the above link and read it right now. It was written twenty years ago but every word stands true … Continue reading Good Designer, Bad Designer

Introducing Boosts: an all-new way to show your support in Basecamp

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With all of these ideas in mind, we went back to the drawing board and came up with a fresh new approach that’s never been done before. We’re calling it Boosts, and it’s way better than all of those crummy digital grunts. Here’s how you boost something in Basecamp. In various places in Basecamp, you’ll … Continue reading Introducing Boosts: an all-new way to show your support in Basecamp

Getting to change

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Analyzing the current experience I used these insights to analyze the current Change.org UX flow from the perspective of these users Change.org seemed to have issues helping people find steps to take that matched their level of interest. Approach I realized that, despite my previous beliefs, both organizers and joiners felt like they weren’t really … Continue reading Getting to change