We would like to celebrate the life and work of Massimo Vignelli whose work has influenced generations and delighted and intrigued (OK and angered) many. Naked Binder was created on the idea that “less is more” – clean design, less fuss and better function which was influenced in no small part by Massimo Vignelli the […]
I stumbled on to these photos recently and, well, kind of love them. Matthias Jung creates beautiful architectural art photos. These buildings are collaged together from photos he took mostly in northern Germany. You can see more here or here.
Every wonder what every color that can be generated with RGB is? Get the book! I just stumbled on these book and now I am a big fan of her work Digital offset print on paper, case bound book, airbrushed cloth cover and page edges 8 x 8 x 8 inches each 20.3 x 20.3 […]
This is just too good to wait until Friday for. Artist John Grade, working with arborists, climbed 90 feet up a beautiful old hemlock tree and took plaster casts of the tree. They then lowered these down and enlisted hundreds of volunteers to make a wooden cast of the tree using tiny blocks of wood. […]
From HOW Design Magazine Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Michael Hambouz creates stunning cut-paper artwork, and thanks to The Durst Organization and chashama, 18 of his large-scale cut-paper collages are now on display until November 21, 2014, in the Lobby Gallery of 1133 Avenue of the Americas in New York City. In a celebration of both cut-paper artwork and small-town manufacturing, Factory Made utilizes a 140-year-old French Paper Company’s own […]
An interesting day in book binding history 539 years ago today! The Day in Jewish History / First volume of Hebrew work printed The second-oldest extant Hebrew printed work, ‘Arba’ah Turim’ is one of the most important compendiums of Jewish law. On July 3, 1475, Meshullam Cusi Rafa ben Moses Jacob printed the first volume […]
I always seem to live in a house like I am about to move. We rarely update the things that are inconvenient or just wrong. We just live with it. So when I see places like this, I see a playground of ideas and get a little inspiration to get off my ever increasing kiester […]
This. Is. Awesome.
Freezing your keister off? It is worth it for the Sundogs! So there you are driving to work (or taking the bus) and there are these crazy vertical rainbows in the sky. Since it is -10 degrees Fahrenheit, you know that isn’t rain up there, but it is excellent. A sun dog (or sundog), mock sun or phantom sun, scientific name parhelion (plural parhelia), is […]
Sometimes we check out project that our architecture, engineering and construction clients are working on to see just how cool they are. But this is kind of amazing. Lions Gate Bridge Lions Gate Bridge – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada The Lions Gate Bridge in British Columbia connects the city of Vancouver […]