This post was originally published on this site ARCHDAILY   Inspiration and knowledge to help architects build better cities © MD Pursuit Architects: HII Architects Location: No. 420, Section 2, Shulin St, South District, Tainan City, Taiwan Executive Designers: Jing-Yuan Hu, Kao-Chun Huang, Bin-Chuan Lai, Chia-Hern Wei Lighting Designer: Bo-Kuan WuRead More →

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This post was originally published on this site  CREATIVE BOOM  In 2016 sculptures by the artist Fred Sandback were exhibited in buildings designed by the famous architect and Pritzker Prize winner Luis Barragán. Entitled The Properties of Light, the on-site installation became a sensitive dialogue between the two creative disciplinesRead More →

Taking his turn at one of the most highly regarded mural walls in the United States, Banksy (or Borf on his behalf, as mentioned in some media) decided to paint an explicit, politically charged piece. With almost no references to his previous or recognizable work, without any hidden messages or beating around the bush, he revealed the new piece on his official Instagram:Read More →

Magical rainbow roads by Daniel Mercandantes ©

Photographer and filmmaker Daniel Mercadante know how to bring colours and magic to dull landscapes. He is painting rainbow pathways using light and long exposure that he then captures on camera. Could you imagine where those lit and colourful roads could lead you?Read More →

Benefits of Parallax Scrolling

One of the best methods to present the content of your website is by using a technique called parallax scrolling. This has the effect of creating an illusion which causes a feeling of immersion by creating interesting visual effects.  In the late 1980’s and early 90’s, games like Super Mario Brothers and Sonic the Hedgehog created the illusion of depth by incorporating layered background images that would scroll with the character at varying speeds.  For instance, as the player would run, a distant background image of mountains would move slowly, while closer background images would move faster.Read More →

The London Underground is the world’s oldest subway, most people know it colloquially as the Tube. An engineering marvel and just as almost as famous is the map. The Tube map is instantly recognisable all over the world. It is a simple and elegant diagram of the 400-kilometre subway network. It is considered by many as one of the great images of the 20th century.Read More →

Black and White Street Photography It’s classic and it sets the style of a former time, black and white street photography brings up powerful images that sometimes have that status because of the lack of color. The mono tones tell us something different about the scene, leaving other things toRead More →

Yep, a Telephoto Lens for Landscape Photography! When photographers encounter the dreaded creative rut , it is often accompanied by feelings of panic or despair and an overwhelming drive to climb out of the merciless void that seems to have gobbled up all your creative energy. Source: Something Different: UsingRead More →

Photograph by Walker Berg/Portland Police Bureau Forensic Evidence Division Criminalist Walker Berg of the Portland Police took this amazing photo from the 12th floor of the Justice Center. The Portland Police are calling it “Crows on Snow.” Interestingly, a group of crows is known as a ‘murder’. Source: Picture ofRead More →

Joey Yu describes herself as a “London-based illustrator, animator and curator”. “Boundaries and between disciplines is something I disagree with hugely — the idea of 2017 as the year of a multidisciplinary designer sounds really good to me,” the Kingston illustration and animation student tell us. Source: Meet London-based illustrator,Read More →

A darkened brick tower and a glass volume form this extension by Gundry & Ducker , added to the rear of a north London residence to create a kitchen and living room with garden views. Read more Source: Gundry & Ducker adds sooty brick and glass extension to London houseRead More →

This week, our Americans at Work photo essay features photographs of the daily lives and spaces of workers in Philadelphia’s Municipal Offices, made by photographer Ryan Collerd : “When this project was first described to me as a look into the modern American office I thought of Philadelphia’s municipal officesRead More →

the dangling dinner table lets 22 fearless diners chow down from way, way up. The post dinner in the sky’s flying kitchen takes the culinary experience to a lofty new height appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine . Source: dinner in the sky’s flying kitchen takes theRead More →

Rain animation widget

Rain Animation Effect Check out the new effect I have created with the Adobe Muse rain widget from the creative team at MuseFree. We love to use the amazing tools and widgets and adapt them for use in our design projects. This effect reminds me how much I love theRead More →

Illustrations to inspire Illustrations and imagery inspire my designs. Visuals help website users retain ideas, words and concepts.  The following are a selection of illustrators that excite and stimulate my creativity. Linesandcolors  Lines and Colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts BunchRead More →