Now until January 6, 2013 at Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory.  Artist Ann Hamilton’s installation “the event of a thread”.  You get to swing!

New York til January The Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory. American artist Ann Hamilton’s GIGANTIC installation, “the event of a thread”

Color en pisos-muros-cielos...con hexagonos q se esfuman, mobiliario aluminio, barra y muro baÑos d duela d madera

wall floor feature Somos Fos - a vibrant installation designed for a vegan restaurant in Madrid. Such a fantastic idea. Painting yellow the area that looks like its the light

CCD

**the idea of lots of small items clustered on strings at varying heights in a swooping continuous curve from one side of the club to the other** Hang photos of the first year of school as the Arts Night community installation art making activity

30 Modern Interior Design Ideas Adding Fun to Room Decor with Playful Swings and Hammock Chairs

Fiber Bubbles by Alejandro Sales - Barcelona, Spain

Fiber Bubbles by Alejandro Sales, Barcelona, Spain. Here the bubbles are to capture and use the light as a enhancer vs. to hold the actual light, as so often with pendant lights. Here they are more akin to the crystals on a chandelier.

Gorgeous print!

This influenced my idea for my final outcome, by using the fabric from my continuous pattern design. I like the used of graphic images on fabric.

branding

Esquire Singapore, September 2012 by Rebecca Chew // Chewing gum lettering and drawings for Esquire Singapore. Chewing gum is used to po.

Rob Hodgson

this illustration is sort of Paul Klee-ish: I could see this inspiring a short lesson on industrial architecture: white line drawing on black, with addition of colorful moon.

Temporary Architecture in a Pop Up City | Guest Post by Textile and Terrain. | Yellowtrace — Interior Design, Architecture, Art, Photography, Lifestyle & Design Culture Blog.

Temporary Architecture in a Pop Up City

Wait for the Bus inside a Giant Typographic Sculpture in Baltimore typography public transportation furniture Baltimore architecture

Wait for the Bus inside a Giant Typographic Sculpture in Baltimore

Wait for the Bus inside a Giant Typographic Sculpture in Baltimore typography public transportation furniture Baltimore architecture, creative signage, retail, interactive signage

John Zabawa is a Graphic Designer and Art Director working in editorial design, brand identity, and photography.

Artist Arne Quinze created this concrete and wood installation for the Flemish Parliament in 2008. I love the idea of creating a more graphic and architectural version of something natural, like a row of trees. Photo from Wikipedia.

10 Amazing Outdoor Art Installations: Artist Arne Quinze created this concrete and wood installation for the Flemish Parliament in I love the idea of creating a more graphic and architectural version of something natural, like a row of trees.

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