Odd interior design makes you happy!
Santa Claus Sleigh & Reindeers Space Flying
by DEMO >> design clinic
Oh! You better watch out,
You better not cry,
You better not pout,
I’m telling you why:
Santa Claus is coming to town!
Self-taught Korean artist Cheong-ah Hwang creates beautiful and intricate works of art that are made entirely out of paper. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Human activity in the modern world has an immense influence on the state and “health” of the nature. And while we continuously significantly pollute and exhaust our water, soil, and air resources, we still like to talk much about preserving, saving, and restoring natural riches. It is possible to say that it is even in high fashion today to be nature-friendly. Indeed, it’s hard to find a person who would confirm it aloud that he does not like, let’s say, animals. However, how many of us really care about them or at least notice them around? I’m afraid the number would be significantly lower if we answer honestly…
I found the art of Paul Ezekiel browsing flickr, and it was a love at first sight for this trait means deformed, with a boyish and vibrant colors, he manages to bring out a very unique atmosphere, especially by the tools it uses, pencil color and crayon, sometimes draws on fabrics and recreates a scenario with collages. It is a lovely work! More Illustrations HERE
This post is part of our series of posts showing the most inspiring houses around the world. This institution is one of the most important things in life, because in homes we can think, grow, feel confortable and reinvigorate ourselves to continue the beautiful journey of our lives.
Located in Fortim, in the state of Ceará, Brazil. This cozy and charming house was designed by Gerson Castelo Branco, he was born in Parnaíba, Brazil. He’s a self-taught designer with 40 years of occupation. With hundreds of works, he shows us how the green architecture should be: a perfect combination of nature, design and technology.
Design is indeed a very broad concept, which covers multiple industries, where some specific designing ideas and techniques are used. From building websites to architecture, from interiors to fashion modeling, and from typography to cinema – today design is everywhere and its core task is to bring aesthetics into a particular project. That is the reason for Cruzine to compile daily inspirational galleries, based on the works representing different areas of practical design implementation. Photography, illustration, advertising, technology, 3D art, cinema, and typography – every single day, we look for some bright and unique projects in those areas to offer our readers the quintessence of today’s design – the highlights of its achievements, current trends, and upcoming innovations.