I had written this on my personal blog, but felt it belonged here. The art and design world isn’t always full of fluff. Now while most of it is, it is important that we as designers remember just exactly what design is and the great (or horrible) things it can accomplish. In a very direct … Continue reading Opinion: Design isn’t Horse Sh*t. People are Dumb sh*ts.
Your Shot at the 2012 VIEW AWARD Contest The 2012 VIEW AWARDâ€™s are ready to come out in full! Breaking free from its international tradition, the 2012 VIEW AWARDâ€™s are opening up their doors to new themes, subjects, and a wider audience of contestants! Now, I am sure you are wondering about the 2012 VIEW … Continue reading VIEW Awards Contest – Finally prove you’re good at art
Mind. Officially. Blown. Graphic designer and illustrator Andy Gilmore released new work today seen below
These lamps have the ability to be placed in all sorts of interesting formations and situations, the sleek and graceful tendril like design allows for a fluid look, and a “life” like feeling when the lamps are placed together.
There’s a wonderful treasure trove of artists across the internet and we managed to stumble across a particular gem named Priscilla Wilson.
As a principal at Perkins+Will and a national leader in the conversation linking public health, regenerative design and sustainability, Robin Guenther synthesizes newly developing ideas and diverse groups to further the values she promotes. Robin is particularly skilled at achieving consensus for sustainable ideas, a quality valued by clients as well as the many advocacy groups with whom she works. Her work has helped shape healthier, more welcoming facilities for nearly every medical institution in New York City. Robin joined Perkins+Will when the firm she founded, Guenther 5 Architects, merged with the New York office.
Coming out this week is the, smaller, cheaper model of Sony’s Playstation 3. Heavenly rumored and expected for most of the year and finally, officially announced three weeks ago. This is the week that in Japan and North America you can walk into a store and come out with the new version of the console.