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Wow, speechless….


Kowloon Walled City, inspiration the setting of Ghost in the Shell. 
Photography via Greg Girard

iPad. Exemple of APP about cooking.


Art of the Book | Some elegantly handled page layouts and typography.

Floating City 

A new to pay theater stages !

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Komorebi is the Japanese word for that moment when sunlight passes through the gaps in trees. It’s a summers day experience, the kind of thing you’d see while lying under a big tree in a park, or wandering through a forest. This photorealistic Komorebi Umbrella ¥3,999. by Fumito Kogure and Shinya Kaneko (working as ‘Design Complicity‘) was made to mimic that experience. The designers wanted to allow you to “carry the sunshine filtering through the trees,” as you walk around town. But that’s only what it looks like to you, to everyone else you’ll look like a little tree with legs.”

This is unquestionably my new favourite thing - I love trees (´▽`ʃƪ)♡

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cheng nan jiu shi yigong wu (1983)

Google Material Design (inspired by Apple & it flat design).


Please Come to the Show- Edited by David Senior - Occasional Paper - 2014

David Senior, bibliographer at the Museum of Modern Art Library in New York, selected a wide range of exhibition-related ephemera – invitations, flyers and posters from the 1960s to the present – and presents them here as an historically overlooked but integral aspect of exhibitions. Often the first point of contact between the audience and artist, such items form part of an essential lexicon for graphic designers, curators, art historians and anyone interested in the event-based nature of showing art. Filled with full-colour reproductions of numerous examples from the MoMA collection, the book includes new essays by Gustavo Grandal Montero, Will Holder, Antony Hudek, Angie Keefer, Clive Phillpot, David Senior and Suzanne Stanton.

My Beautiful woman (thai ad)

Just beautiful.

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