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Creative bookshelves

Tuesday 10.16.2012 , Posted by

Are you looking for a new place to store your ever growing book collection? Instead of the the typical square box shelves, why not opt for something entirely different? We have featured twelve unique and creative looking shelves here that some designers have come up with. The designers come from all over the world including Spain, Italy, Finland, Sweden and the U.K. As you plan the interior design of your next home, consider some of these wonderful creations. [Read more...]

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Visual Bits #290 > Wild World Of Advertising

Friday 10.12.2012 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #263 > Illustrating The Oddities

Tuesday 09.04.2012 , Posted by



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Visual Bits #258> Designing The Strangest Objects

Thursday 08.23.2012 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #255> Writings On The Wall: Quotes & Types

Monday 08.20.2012 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #252> Hang On: Intense Art Installations

Wednesday 08.15.2012 , Posted by



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The Bold and the Beautiful: Korean Artist Minjae Lee

Monday 07.02.2012 , Posted by

Minjae Lee is a young South Korean artist whose work exudes a semi-disturbing inner tension that is tough to ignore, even if you feel that you’d like to. It draws you in with its powerful colors, halting imagery and a clever juxtaposition of beauty, innocence and fragility with an almost brash boldness. [Read more...]

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Wall Veneered with 20,000 Wooden Hexagons

Friday 06.01.2012 , Posted by

This intricate pattern-work on the exterior of this archway for Clerkenwell Design Week is, at first glance, mesmerizing and impressive as a piece of art, but might not initially strike you as groundbreaking. Take a little closer look though, and you will understand the innovation behind the facade. The real beauty of this archway, the ingenious idea of Giles Miller Studio, is that it employs natural light to help make its geometric face come alive. Each of the hexagonal wood “pixels” was laser cut and angled in a such a way that the light reflects off each identical piece differently, resulting in a pattern of seemingly multi-colored pieces. [Read more...]

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Simply Illustrated: An Interview with Ty Wilkins

Thursday 05.10.2012 , Posted by

Do you ever wonder what happened to that kid in your kindergarten class who could make the Taj Mahal out of building blocks? These beautifully arranged illustrations are the handy work of that kid all grown up, Ty Wilkins. When you see his work it makes a lot of sense that he was first a designer, and then migrated into the world of illustration. His uncanny ability to create full illustrations with only the most basic shapes is a big indicator… and he made a note to mention that the same process he went through in making logos, he did for his illustrations. Despite the apparent simplicity, he is able retain a high level of sophistication in his work, which is what really is impressive. [Read more...]

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Creative Sisters Dream Up Photographs for Dad to Take

Monday 05.07.2012 , Posted by

Don’t girls just want to have fun? These two star models, Kristin and Kayla definitely do! Their wedding photographer father Jason Lee began to photograph them with his initial thoughts and ideas. After the first few, the girls took over with ideas of their own — such as pretending to be Mario and Luigi, Halloween witches, Rapunzel or Angry Birds. Since 2006, the Lee family has been making wonderfully funny family photos for all to see. [Read more...]

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