F/W 2012 Collection by Asher Levine on thisispaper.com
“The collection continues the descent into the psycho-social human experience through a world characterized by progress, innovation and refinement. An unknown, enticing unfamiliarity poses crucial questions. Form’s abstraction and perception serves Design’s primal utilitarian purpose. A new gateway bridges us with the intangible, leaving us in control of the formative process…”
Plug Lamp by Form Us With Love on thisispaper.com
It seems like we’re always in need of a plug socket to charge our computer, tablet or smartphone. For this particular reason, Form Us With Love has designed Plug Lamp for ateljé Lyktan – a lamp with a bonus of an electrical socket. ..
Open Space Office by Tito Mouraz on thisispaper.com
The series presented here was shot in Portugal over a 2-year period and represents a transformed landscape that portrays the existence of Man as a constructive, reconstructive and contemplative being. The landscape appears completely and irreversibly transformed and it was this transformation that caught my eye and fueled my interest in conducting this project, basing it on this very landscape. ..
Fishers Island by Thomas Phifer and Partners on thisispaper.com
Meandering gardens and woods, sparked with daffodils, peonies and daylilies, flank the straight drive in. Up ahead near the path’s end is an aperture framed by an arbor of apple trees, capturing an elemental view of sky and water: the horizon of the Long Island Sound. As you reach closer range, you suddenly realize you have been looking not merely through foliage, but also right through the house…
School of Music of the Polytechnic Institute by Carrilho da Graça arquitectos on thisispaper.com
“When I first started working on this project I happened to be visiting Eero Saarinen’s School of Music in Ann Harbor. Even though the building is interesting, it struck me as odd that no music could be heard in the passageways, not even in the common spaces. At about the same time I watched a documentary about the Music Conservatory in Santiago de Cuba, it was an old colonial house filled with people, joy and music…”
2010 Graduate Collection by Natalie Rae on thisispaper.com
Inspired by the anthropomorphic artwork of artist Ryan Berkeley, each of the 6 looks invokes the spirit of well-shod wildlife from Berekely’s animal portraiture. Using a different animal from 6 of Berkeley’s illustrations, Natalie has brought together elements of nature photography, detail from Victorian period animal illustrations as well as experimental painting techniques…
Re-turned by Lars Beller Fjetland on thisispaper.com
The “Re-turned” – concepts elevates leftover wood from being merely an ignored piece of trash to becoming a desired piece of feel – good woodcraft. A 100% recycled item, perfect as a housewarming – gift to someone with a big heart for Mother Nature…
Drawing Vessel by Fumiaki Goto on thisispaper.com
A pencil lead is a type of ceramic.
It is made with mixing clay with graphite and baking it at high temperature.
These vessels are made with the same recipe as a pencil lead.
So they are not only ceramic vessels but also tools for drawing…
Waiting for the barbarians by Ryszard Bienert on thisispaper.com
“Waiting for the barbarians” – limited publication of 200 copies for the Piekary Gallery exhibition of two artists. Both have different reative approach to art so I decided to use two different typographic approaches (serif and sans-serif) throughout the parts relating to them. Delicate and massive fonts were used to enhance the contrast/difference in styles…