Today’s photography section seems to be full of animal photos … check the lion couple, two different zebras … and gecko caught in the movement. As we move lower down, I suggest you to check The lady bird illustration by Sophia Kolokouri, and for the Star Wars fans … there is a nice Yoda illustrations called Old Yoda by Heri Irawan. Moving to more progressive art forms …. check the paper work by Kassandra. It’s amazing btw. And today we’ve got another typographic artwork worth mentioning … check “Maxima” Calendar cover 2012 by Ignas Kozlovas. I always said there is quite a connection between food and typography :). If you’re looking for a nice comic serif font, there is one at the bottom for free … get Ribeye. Ok … it’s time for me to leave … and for you it’s time to proceed further. Enjoy!
It’s the sort of house that adults would disappear for a week long party at….it’s the sort of house you wake up in and call your boss to say you’re, “having a sick day” simply because this house is that amazing, that you’d want to ditch all other plans just so you could sink into the cozy, “couch pit” (for lack of a better term) all day long, with a group of friends, or yourself, a bottle of Pinot Grigio and a good book. Designed by John Robert Nilsson Architects, this home sits perched above it’s woodsy, natural elements like a beacon of modern/contemporary design hope.
SuperUber participates in The Creators Project festival in DUMBO, New York with Super Pong installation
Super Pong is a game-installation inspired by Pong and Foosball. It’s a projection on a table, with dial controllers that move the lines of players up and down. Up to 8 people can play. All the primary elements are present in this minimalist game: competitiveness, adrenaline, precision, and coordination. When you score a goal, you watch an animation inspired by Pele’s famous moves. The minimalist sounds were composed especially for the installation, and inspired by Brazilian samba and 8-bit samples from Atari. Super Pong doesn’t need instructions, it’s simple and straightforward – it brings the minimalist aesthetics of classic video games to the contemporary audience.
Happy Wednesday! Check out this house, called the TBONE House in Stuttgart, Germany. This house features Ecological Aspects such as Geothermal Heat Pump, Vertical Earth Connection Loop, Floor and Wall heating system, Cooling system through activation of thermal mass and the use of rainwater as valuable natural resource for water supply in the house and reduce water bills costs. More info and pictures!
Enjoy this cool #219 Wednesday daily inspirations for all DYT readers :) with great photos and artworks.
Check out this house located in Malmö, Sweden. Found this great house at Hus & Hem, it is white and shaped as a lump of sugar. This is where the family Carlssons lives, a family of five. The living area is 265 sqm and divided on two floors. The house also has a roof terrace where you can sit and look out over the sea. More info and pictures!
Today we may begin with two curious animals. The first one is the monkey featured in the Bavian by Peter Hausner Hansen and the other one is the suricata in Thanks for the smile, buddy ! :) by Irawan Subingar. The monkey seems pretty relaxed :). We’ll move smoothly into the illustrations. I do like the The downhill racers illustration by Corrado Ficarelli .. kind of reminds me of my childhood :); the fans of futuristic or alien illustrations will sure enjoy the artwork called Free by GangLiang Ye. Today’s ads are just brilliant … but the one I like the most .. guess what … is the Coke ad featuring Che in Oekopool: Che Guevara by Ruf Lanz. Ok, I am gonna leave you right there … now you’re on your own; don’t forget our freebies though. Worth it as usual. Enjoy!
For some life is seen as a race for money, power, and fame. My dream in life, is to travel the world and experience it’s beauty. Looking through travel magazines at a younger age, I could only imagine what if? Many people take where they live for granted. However don’t misjudge my interpretation, there are people who are appreciative of everything they have/own. Looking through beautiful photographs ignites a desire to experience the image. Seeing the sunlight, feeling the breeze, and smelling the air are all things that would put a smile on your face. The world’s beauty is unmatched…
Money isn’t everything. Yes it can buy cool/fancy toys, but at the end of the day happiness is the best treasure you can accumulate. If you disagree with that statement, come back at an older age and then tell me I was wrong. Have a great mood about everything and cherish your life. A series of unfortunate events might get you down, but having a strong soul will keep you going. In the end when you look back on life, being proud of your accomplishments is the best feeling in the world.
Burj Khalifa Skyscraper, Dubai
Beautiful Cave by Chris McLennan photography
Powell-Hyde Cable Car Line, San Francisco
County Sligo, Ireland by Ben Bulben
International Space Station in Orbit
Evil Forces, Eyjafjallajökull Erupting Volcano – Iceland
Golden Gate Bridge at Dusk
Wuzhen Water Town, China
Roadside Reststop Akkarvikodden, Lofoten, Norway by Manthey Kula Architects on thisispaper.com
The project is situated in Lofoten, along one of the National Tourist Routes in Norway. There are eighteen such routes in Norway, all chosen for their spectacular and characteristic landscape. The facilities for the tourists that drive along these roads; such as rest stops, viewing platforms and links to local points of interest are carried out by architects and landscape architects with the purpose of offering an experience of both nature and design…