This is the second post for logo design inspirations. more logo inspiration and more creative designer, hope you enjoy.
model: Satu Huikko / WSWC
styling: Jasmin Mishima / GD
photography & post-production: Federico Cabrera / GD
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Brazilian architect Felipe Campolina has designed ‘ECObitat’, a modular housing system to provide emergency or disaster relief housing.
Easily transported and made of off-the-shelf materials, ECObitat features modular living wall and green roof system that lends a lush feel to the organic exterior. The one-bedroom pre-fabricated unit home can be constructed easily. The bedroom is located at one end, while the bathroom is in the middle and the kitchen and living areas are located at the far end. Long vertical slits in the green wall act as windows and the two ends fold down like a drawbridge to provide additional outdoor living space.
Read the full story at World Interior Design Network
A collection of really awesome comic book inspired artwork from very creative artists.
The greek photographer Dimitris Skulos made a classy photoshoot for Elle Magazine in Greece for August 2010. The model was the amazing finnish girl, Annica.
Maybe rainbows are actually the vomit from sentient, drunken clouds. T-shirt available at Shirt.woot.com
With his diploma project Worlds as Fragments Prokop Bartonicek has launched an experimental science-informed mission. Its leading motif is an exploration of behavioural dynamics of the matter. The author has focused on time-based processes of emergence and decline in a perspective of permanent reconfiguration in substantial entities.
An impressive installation features a fluid “planetoid” that is put in motion via changes in its magnetic field. The perception renders a feeling of being in touch with cosmic forces beyond physical laws, as we commonly know them.
Falling apart of one entity, unpredictable trajectories that particular parts follow as well as recurring accumulation into new sets: All these processes happen in real time and on appropriate scale.
The project is an artistic version of the proof that reality is all process-based with its fractal structure remaining a source of fascination for people around the world. At the same time, the project is a distinctive contribution to the debate concerning spatial co-ordination, serving as an invitation to enter subatomic nanoterritories where complex configurations take place.
Once again in his promising career, the author dares to face and deliver a challenging technical solution linked to a sincere interest in mediating a new kind of experience on the side of audience. This time let us enjoy together a “galactic tempo” the patterns and rhythm of which could as well be identified as that obscure object of our desire.
Pavel Sedlák / Process and Reality, 2010
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