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art / design

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natural indigo shibori, hand-dyed dinner napkins

shibori stitch resist

Shibori Stitch Resist

ocean sculptures that revive dying coral reefs

LOOK: These Breathtaking Sculptures Revive Dying Coral Reefs

watercolor trees

watercolor leaves

How to Paint a Basic Leaf with Watercolors | eHow

"what google maps can't see"

Slide Show: What Google Maps Can’t See - The New Yorker

YES // pen review

sketchnotes and another pen review - simple inspiration

Quilt 1 - Ali Gibbons


"art meets fashion"

art nouveau in Brussels

'underwater flight' by Sayuri Sasaki Hemann

adding monsters to thrift store paintings

Abstract Paris map | Illustrator: JazzberryBlue | Prints available for $30 - click the image to visit the Etsy shop | Via: www.thisiscolossa...

Nature-inspired jewelry: Nervous System Digital Designs Based on Nature Founded in 2007 by two MIT alumni, Nervous System creates jewelry inspired by the intricate forms of nature, from tiny sea creatures to the veins of leaves. Its digital designs are generated by a system that mimics organic patterns—then 3D printed in materials like nylon and stainless steel.

read-unread bookshelf, designed by Niko Economidis

flying elephants

HygroScope - A new project commissioned by the Centre Pompidou for its permanent collection explores responsive architecture based on the behavior of material during climate changes

reminds me of my second semester Visual Training photography project: "The Eiffel Tower" - from the Collective Snapshots series | Photographer: Pep Ventosa -

RedBall Project by Kurt Perschke who says, "As RedBall travels around the world, people approach me on the street with excited suggestions about where to put it in their city. In that moment the person is not a spectator but a participant in the act of imagination. That invitation to engage, to collectively imagine, is the true essence of the RedBall Project." photo of LaSalle Bridge, Chicaago/Rex Features via #RedBall_Project #Kurt_Perschke #telegraph_co_uk

open-faced print sandwich

delft porcelain patterned sandwich

giant clothespin sculpture created by Turkish art professor Mehmet Ali Uysal for the Festival of the Five Seasons in Chaudfontaine Park, Belgium

Prettiest And I Ever Did See. Paris: New Typeface by Moshik Nadav.

pavement to parks: 22nd street parklet (San Francisco, CA)