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A place where I can collect inspiration without taking up space on my hard drive.

A mixed collection of found images and original work.

- April 23 -

Light and nature inspired works are the best!

teehetki:

United Visual Artists: Canopy + Connection

Short documentary about two art installations by London-based art and design practice United Visual Artists. The works are located in Toronto and were commissioned by Lanterra Developments for their Maple Leaf Square development. Video by inkblot media.


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Someday this is the place for me.

Someday this is the place for me.

(Source: denofopulence)

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3D tactile maps!

3D tactile maps!

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- February 23 -

pre1980:

Tissandier, Albert, 1839-1906, artist.
Ascension du 26 septembre 1876, 700 mètres
1 drawing : graphite, ink wash, gouche and lead white.

pre1980:

Tissandier, Albert, 1839-1906, artist.

Ascension du 26 septembre 1876, 700 mètres

1 drawing : graphite, ink wash, gouche and lead white.

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- September 14 -

culturalskin:

Hyun Jin Jeong of Earth Dyeing,  brings back the historic tradition of natural dye with her new clothing  line.  Through her masters thesis work, Jeong collected 45 soils from  various regions to create a range of soil based paints that can be  applied directly to fabrics.   Her work has resulted in a series of  textiles imprinted with geometric patterning and varying washes of  color.

Jeong sees her efforts as only the beginning. “My vision of textile   futures is the rediscovery of everyday materials from nature,” she says.   “There are many different natural materials that were once used but  are  now forgotten. I think rediscovering these materials and using them   wisely is essential for a sustainable future.”

via eccoterre

culturalskin:

Hyun Jin Jeong of Earth Dyeing, brings back the historic tradition of natural dye with her new clothing line.  Through her masters thesis work, Jeong collected 45 soils from various regions to create a range of soil based paints that can be applied directly to fabrics.   Her work has resulted in a series of textiles imprinted with geometric patterning and varying washes of color.

Jeong sees her efforts as only the beginning. “My vision of textile futures is the rediscovery of everyday materials from nature,” she says. “There are many different natural materials that were once used but are now forgotten. I think rediscovering these materials and using them wisely is essential for a sustainable future.”

via eccoterre

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- September 13 -

bookmania:

Open Air Book Shop, Hay Castle, Hay-on-Wye, United Kingdom (by Udopics)

bookmania:

Open Air Book Shop, Hay Castle, Hay-on-Wye, United Kingdom (by Udopics)

(via bookmania)

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