World’s largest Audi showroom unveiled in London

British practice Wilkinson Eyre Architects has completed work on the new 17,000 square meter Audi Centre for Audi UK in London, which is considered as the world’s largest Audi showroom.

Wilkinson Eyre Architects has derived design inspiration from nature, art and science in conceiving the glass and metal external structure as a sculptural form. The new headquarters for Audi UK is notable for its sweeping curves that are reminiscent of a manta ray fish and the aerodynamic wing shapes of a B2 Stealth Aircraft.

Read the full details at World Interior Design Network

Animation: “Between Bears” (Strange mysterious story, stylized yet lifelike and fluently animated)

Anamorphic typography

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Joseph Egan and Hunter Thomson are two students from the Chelsea School of Art and Design, as a final project for a diploma have made a typographical anamorphic system, precisely the same school. The project initially analyzed the relationship between architecture and graphic design and point of view in large and complex structures.

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New Calligraffiti Works


Amsterdam-based street artist Niels Meulman aka. ‘Shoe’ shared some of his latest Calligraffiti works on his website. Check out the new designs he did with ink and black permanent markers. There is also one artwork which was made with artists Zeds, Soap, Perto and Giose in Altamura, Italy. See more pictures…

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Mikimoto Japan Headquaters’ ETERNAL LOVE Show Window



Eternal Love…a romantic ambience created for Mikimoto Jewelery’s windows display in their Japan headquaters…sweet color scheme, dreamy flower petals that appears floating + rings that romantically emerged from those pinkish rose lying above the elegance marble base…

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Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography refers to a specific technique of taking photographs with the camera set for long exposure or slow shutter speed. Usually, a photographic film or an image sensor in a digital camera is exposed to light for only a fraction of a second. For example, in order to take a photo on a sunny day it is enough to choose the shutter speed of 1/100th of a second. However, taking photos with the slower shutter speed (e.g. from 1/8th of a second to 8 seconds or even to a couple of hours) can result in magnificent and eye-catching visual effects. For example, if a long exposure photograph is taken at night on a busy city avenue, the headlights of moving cars will appear on the photo as glowing lines of light.



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25 Terrifying examples of Wave Photography – Thrills and chills!

BCOME an iPHONE COVER

… iPhone uPhone wePhone … BCOME more informed … I think I BCOME addicted to my iPhone …

“Savage Justice” by Morgan Slade


“Savage Justice” is a solo exhibition by Morgan Slade at LeBasse Projects that runs until August 7th.

More at inkbutter.com.

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Timelaps

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Timelaps made by Benedikt von Seherr – Thoss