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Modern Design & Illustration

Butcher block top with trash cut-out.

Forest art, RavenWood Forest: Land Art



Constantin Brancusi, Endless Column

Plan for Tokyo, 1960. Photomontage and model. Kenzo Tange. The huge monumental axis built across the Tokyo Bay was designed for cars, keeping pedestrians away in separate areas through a hierarchy of expressways. The proposal differed from the ideas of CIAM, which was in favor of "urban centers" and proposed "civic areas" instead.

kiyonari kikutake - landmark tower, osaka expo, japan, 1970 Archigram: inventiveness, freedom, imagination, Metabolists: realistic, functional ...

Renewal of Tsukiji District (1966) Tokyo, Japan. Kenzo Tange.

Lars Müller Publishers — Lars Müller Publishers

Das Plakat in der Schweiz

Dior gown, L'officiel de la mode 1950 (via

Josef Müller-Brockmann | Design | Phaidon Store

Walter Ballmer, Olivetti booklet cover, 1966

Stadium — Stockholm Design Lab