Photographer Dan Marbaix seeks out abandoned buildings to photograph the deserted dwellings.
Inspired by Perfect Ordinary, a color pallete for S/S 2016 on WGSN.
Noticed this woven textile while on WGSN’s Design Library.
Some days it is so incredibly hard not to miss my time in Spain. It is such a beautiful country filled with so much culture and history. My wanderlust will take me back there soon. I know it.
Graham McGeorge is an amazing wildlife photographer whose work has been featured in many highly regarded publications including National Geographic and BBC Wildlife Magazine. I stumbled upon his work with owls and his ability to capture them as “masters of disguise”. I thought they were beautiful. What do you guys think?
A lot of design teachers would show students examples of graphic designers and photographers however none of the artists really stood out to me like Maggie Taylor.
Her artwork is so unique, she creates such a fascinating narrative with her surrealist mashups – even her technique is uncommon. By scanning her objects using an open flatbed scanner in a dark room* (pitch-black room to process photos) she creates depth in her photos.
*Her technique is quoted from one of my design professors.
Source: Maggie Taylor
Recently I have been obsessed with architectural sketches. @archisketcher has been the ultimate architectural obsession for me. It is an account that is a consortium of artist sketches’ from all over the world. It has been a great platform for finding other architecture artists and sketching techniques.
If you click on the photos, it will take you to their source.