The Barrel Opens in Louisville's Bourbon District Solid Light has designed and built 'The Barrel,' a new art piece at the centre of Louisville's Bourbon District that serves as a gathering space and celebration of the city's bourbon renaissance and roots in the Commonwealth's storied bourbon history. Source: The Barrel Opens in Louisville's Bourbon … Continue reading The Barrel Opens in Louisville’s Bourbon District
Wes Anderson’s movies have become immediately recognisable for their unique style and aesthetic, which, alongside the talent of their director, have made them huge hits everywhere around the globe. The “Wes Anderson aesthetic” has spread to real life as well, and one photographer has recently brought it to the streets of Cuba as well. Source: … Continue reading This series of photos makes Cuba look like a Wes Anderson movie
Do you ever think about just how far into the Earth the ocean actually reaches its greatest depths? Truly the last frontier aside from outer space and the core of the Earth itself, much of the area below the ocean’s surface remains unexplored despite the fact that it represents 95% of the living space on … Continue reading The Ocean is Legit Terrifying: Infographic Illustrates Staggering Depths
Dutch interior architecture firm i29 has completed a contemporary renovation of the 18th-century buildings of the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics in the Dutch city of Leeuwarden. Unveiled to coincide with the Princesshof museum 's 100th birthday, and the city of Leeuwarden being named as the European Capital of Culture 2018, the museum has … Continue reading i29’s design for princessehof museum refers to earth, the natural resource of ceramics
If you’re not familiar with Masquespacio, make sure you visit the studio’s website pronto. The Valencia-based multi-disciplinary design studio is creating quite the buzz with a portfolio full of explosively colourful interiors, art direction, furniture and lighting designs. Source: Distinctly retro furniture by Masquespacio
The following post is brought to you by Squarespace. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. A brand is more than a logo, colour palette, images, and typefaces. A brand is a feeling and a mood it’s your WHY. Source: Ask Yourself These Six Questions: Branding … Continue reading Ask Yourself These Six Questions: Branding with Steph Zangeneh Azam & Squarespace
Modularity is a keyword in the design of this Loft. The clients, a young Israeli couple wanted an apartment that would make the most of the space but that would also allow them to have a children bedroom and even integrate the third bedroom in the planning, to be built in the future. Source: The Box- Tel … Continue reading The Box- Tel Aviv Loft for a young couple / Toledano+Architects
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New logo design for Bradesco Source: Spotted: New Logo for Bradesco by Superunion
Yogi Bear blearily emerges from his winter’s nap, rabbits start eyeing each other suggestively, and your local 7-11 puts a heaping pile of Cadbury Creme eggs near the register: Spring is in the air! Easter will soon be upon us! This makes it a great time of year to celebrate the season by incorporating Spring … Continue reading 31 Fresh Design Elements for Spring and Easter
Ahead of his first solo exhibition, Sam tells us about his fascination with human history.
The journey we take in our career shapes us - our surroundings have an effect, positive or negative, it's also how you handle these surroundings that helps too. Laura Hawkins has taken a few routes to her current path and she's done so with nothing but the most infectious positivity.
Shattered Denim Fractal Art by Chloe Wright.
French self-taught photographer Thomas Tourral, aka SeptMai, captures the magnificent mountains’ unpredictability and their atmospheres according to the seasons. His photos are a testimony to the raw, instantaneous and fickle Alpine landscape that offers us spectacular views of its mountains >>
Nemo Tile Unveils Studio Collection Nemo Tile has unveiled its latest collection, Studio. The collection features ceramic wall tiles with a colourful yet soft appearance. The Studio collection is available in six colour lines and a deco pattern, each presenting a washed feel in polished and textured finishes. Source: Nemo Tile Unveils Studio Collection
Pastel blue, teal and bronze tones bedeck this 94.6 square metre apartment in Zakharova, Minsk, Belarus, designed and visualised by Zrobym Architects. The shades, from each side of the spectrum, come together to make a welcoming warm palette with a peaceful quality. Source: Circle Themed Small Apartment In Beautiful Blue & Bronze Decor
The most important task in designing an urban house is providing its residents with privacy from the city's density and creating a rich spatial experience branching out from the garden. The nail-like plan of Pangyo H Residence contains two courtyards. Although surrounded by high rise apartments, the courtyards are secure from their scrutiny. Source: Pangyo … Continue reading Pangyo J Residence / Kim Seunghoy (Seoul National University) + KYWC Architects
The importance of good branding can’t be overstated. Something as simple as your company logo can make the difference between being forgotten, turned down for a more recognizable competitor or ultimately accepted. There are many ways to give your company more identity, like using a catchy jingle or slogan. Source: Creating Memorable Icons, Logos and … Continue reading Creating Memorable Icons, Logos and Favicons
In video games, the user interface (UI) is everything. It helps foster an experience that looks and behaves in a convincing way and keeps players immersed in the game. Over the years, games have continued to innovate in their approach to UI, experimenting and iterating on how they present vital information to users without breaking … Continue reading What UX Designers Can Learn from Video Games’ Obsession with UI
Records in a class-action lawsuit uncovered Facebook's "multi-year effort" to bilk money from kids who unwittingly spent hundreds and thousands of dollars on games on Facebook, who refused to refund the money when the kids' parents complained. Source: Facebook sued for ripping off kids