Ohhhhh! I want one tooo!
"Check out this amazing find from a local antique shop… This Spirograph-esque toy still had its original (if not, slightly smashed) box, the instructions sheet and a piles of already completed designs, printed on small circles of paper.”
"Voussoir Cloud" by IwamotoScott
The San Fransisco-based studio IwamotoScott is an interdisciplinary practice founded by the architects Lisa Iwamoto and Craig Scott.
As a practice committed to pursuing architecture as a form of applied design research, ISAr engages in projects at multiple scales and in a variety of contexts. These include full-scale fabrications, museum installations and exhibitions, theoretical proposals, design competitions and commissions.
Their latest installation ‘Voussoir Cloud’ is a landscape of vaults and columns consisting of clusters of three dimesional petals, which are formed by folding thin wood laminate along curved seams.
Ahhhh! I really like this one!
Another lily by Macoto Muraya!!
Another look at a lily by Macoto Muraya!
Another one by Macoto Murayama!
These are sooooo awesome!!
CG illustrator Macoto Murayama takes a unique look at the organic beauty of flowers by highlighting their geometric and mechanical structure.
Roxy Paine creates stainless-steel trees, faux fields of poppies and mushrooms, and robotic machines that make monochromatic art.
Studying nature intently, Paine turns reproductive and developmental patterns into an understandable language and growth process that can be recreated by both man and machine. The conflicts between these two approaches give his art an existential edge that questions the relationship between nature and technology, while providing exciting new results.
Australian artist/graphic designer, Leif Podhajsky, has a very strange, yet compelling nature to his mixed medial work. Implementing a cut-and-paste collage aspect into his geometrically inspired backdrops, Leif achieves an oh-so familiar look, with his own added flare.
In uncertain times, creative strategy in business has never been more valuable.
Reflecting the economic challenges on every firm’s mind, Lisa Tse Ltd has printed its own currency, Design Dollars, to distribute to friends and clients during these tough times.
These signature black one hundred design dollar bills can be shared and represent the commercial value design affords, where creative thinking plays an integral part in any successful business strategy.
Lisa Tse Design Dollars have been produced in a limited circulation.
Lucky recipients are invited to explore new opportunities and witness the dividends a creative approach to business can deliver.