Simplicity Is the Key to Successful Living
by Nick Dewar
it's just my style
by Nick Dewar
“I created this windmill image as a patriotic symbol of the green-energy mission.”
by Shepard Fairey
A Clean and simple typographic solution Designed by Fontos Graphic Design for a Hungarian dairy brand’s visual identity.
Sculptor Lars-Erik Fisk created the VW Bus Ball a couple of years ago, which earned him a $20,000 prize from a local art museum.
Lars-Erik Fisk is interested in spheres. More specifically, he is interested in the process of transforming things into spheres and by doing so revealing and capturing their essence. So far he’s created a UPS truck ball and a John Deere Tractor ball, school bus ball, train ball, barn & brick museum balls.
nothing says soft, luxurious skin like kiehl’s moisturizing creme de corps collection with jeff koons‘ designed packaging . & in case we haven’t hit yr vanity button, we’ll try the charity one: all the proceeds (up to $200,000) will go towards the koons family institute, an initiative of the international centre for missing & exploited children. go get!
The rapid increase in population in the United States along with the shortage of farmers has prompted some architects to design new architectural typologies like a quarantine structure for imported livestock conceived by California-based architect Drew Pusey. Pusey states that “given the current consumption rates of beef products in the US and the available land/resources we have for livestock production, it’s only a matter of time before these beef products (in the form of live cattle) will come largely from foreign sources. Unlike other imports, livestock presents a particular problem to domestic food safety in that diseased animals might not immediately show signs of contamination. The Ruminant Quarantine (based on the 4-chambered stomach of a cow) sits on the Port of Los Angeles and operates as both the storage and processing facility for the animals during the 60 day period of sterile isolation from when they are first taken off the ship to when they are distributed via rail to consumers. In contextual terms, the structure strives to mediate between its own monstrous scale and its status a a player in the surrounding urban condition. All said, the Ruminant Quarantine is largely an investigation of mass infrastructure as an expression of state-sponsored paranoia.”
Check out this new skyscraper project in la designed by architects gail peter borden & brian d. andrews. according to this article @ evolo, this project is all about third places & sustainable design, but than just one step further than you would find elsewhere. la here we come!
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