Every Friday Cruzine comes up to you with a portion of new ideas of logo designs, featuring a particular object or theme. Today, we have prepared a showcase of science and technology logos to demonstrate you how different signs and symbols, commonly associated with high technologies and science, can be utilized in logo design. With simple yet contrasting colors, basic geometric shapes, and clear fonts carrying distinct hi-tech features, these logos represent a specific trend in logo design: strict, reserved, accurate, and rational rather than emotional.
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Wendell McShine is originally from Trinidad and now based in Mexico City. His show “The Offering” is running at Anno Domini in San Jose. This is Wendell’s debut solo exhibition in the United States and runs until November 20th.
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The design concept of Chan Neung Cafe & Beds (Chiangmai) is Reused & Reclimed every wooden material.
Counter has inspiration from a group of reclaimed wood in the factory.
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Abstract photography is hard to truly define in terms of a solid set of characteristics, but it usually involves shapes, vivid colors, abstract lines, and other elements that seem to bring a sense of order out of otherwise random elements.
Here, you’ll find the magic of abstract photography, in a variety of different styles of photographs that show how the every day world can be manipulated and distorted using only a camera into vivid and wild images.
There are over many images to choose from including digital art paintings, designs, wallpapers and a few inspiring Bob Marley photos
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German practice Henn Architekten has won the international competition to design Wenzhou Central Business District (CBD) in China.
The winning proposal for the new CBD has been designed by Henn Architekten’s Berlin-based design & research studio HENN StudioB.
The focus of the future Central Business District constituted offices, a five-star hotel, commercial space and a public park. The winning scheme has tried to take advantage of the unique geography of Wenzhou coastline, which is intermingled with a complex network of small and large rivers.
The winning proposal transposes the river delta onto an organic park landscape which opens towards the sea. The green corridor spread across the city branches out and forms a swelling connection between the city and the riverfront. On ground level, this architectural landscape merges with the flowing form of the buildings.
The district’s five towers are placed in a staggered row in order to ensure a largely unrestricted view of the river. The height of these row of buildings reflects that of the surrounding buildings in the south west and rises in a wave towards the river, defining the edge of the city on the bank of the Ou Jiang. The rolling landscape is integrated with open spaces in various forms ranging from private inner courtyards and broad pedestrian walkways to urban parks. These layers of space are designed to foster interaction between people and places.
Today is Thursday, and this day of the week has a pretty interesting etymology. Thursday is derived from the name of the Roman god of sky and thunder – Jupiter. In Sanskrit the name of Jupiter is Guru… Taking this into account, Thursday may be just the perfect timing to gain some inspiration, shared by the real gurus of design and graphic art. Have a look at the breathtaking nature photography by Joni Niemela, felicitous caricature by Patrick Strogulski, or sophisticated font designs by Juart Little – and you’ll feel some celestial commencement of these artists’ talents. We believe the art works, collected by us today, are powerful enough to charge you with inspiration and creative energy.