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First and foremost, I must admit that it has taken me this long to cross paths with Design You Trust, a extremely well organized blog with more visual inspiration than I know what to do with. With that said, I encountered a post featuring the work of Susanna Hertrich and her Chrono Shredder. A very interesting piece of work that she delves into on her own personal website.
*via Design You Trust
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I want this! Angelo Brisimitzakis at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania has featured his step by step process of integrating an iPod with its remote into a classic 1985 Ghettoblaster.
*Thanks Dave Saturdays
With an extraordinary understanding of his material of choice and a fine attention to detail, Chris Gilmour’s cardboard constructions are quite compelling.
Filed under: Art, Art Direction, Design, Informal, Sculpture, Technology, Uncategorized
Ever wonder how a car comes together in the sense of form and structure. Who really decides what curves go where? The BMW Blog features a wonderful post showcasing multiple pictures of BMW designers shaping the car by manipulating a life-size clay model.
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Conceptually astounding work from Gregor Timlin. His homeless shelter and copter light are just a couple of great pieces to an interesting grouping of work on his website.
Filed under: Art, Art Direction, Clothing, Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Sculpture, T-Shirts
Filed under: Art, Art Direction, Blogging, Blogs, Clothing, Design, Entertainment, Fashion, Graphic Design, Illustration, Informal, Life, Photography, Sculpture
To accompany my increased efforts to update my blog I’ve taken a few steps to check some of my favorite blogs I haven’t checked in a while as well as familiarize myself with some other blogs I was unaware of, thanks to the help of some friends.
Above are three links to three blogs that I found both entertaining and inspiring, so be sure to click around and enjoy the websites provided up above.
*Thanks Paul Stonier & Ryan Moore.