Isa Genzken (born 1948, Bad Oldesloe, Schleswig-Holstein) is a contemporary artist who lives and works in Berlin. Her primary media are sculpture and installation, using a wide variety of materials, including concrete, plaster, wood and textile. She also works with photography, video, film and collage.
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Alexis Persani shared a really cool personal project exploring 3D, illustration and typography. We always post these personal projects because we believe that spending time to learn and explore is the easiest way to learn and evolve as designer. So check out some of the letters from his alphabet and also make sure you visit his website. For more information visit https://www.behance.net/alexis-persani
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My profession is 2D commercial graphic designer, and, as anyone can guess, I spend quite chunk of my time working at my digital workstation. Among all my hardware collection, monitor, by far, is the single most critical item I constantly pay attention, for obvious reason. The more the display matches the quality of final prints, the less I spend time trying to second-guess accurate picture. So far, I used two monitors-Full HD 27-incher and 24-incher- to compensate my need for more display re
Experts are saying that we need to ready ourselves for a more urbanized, and therefore, a more depressed world. It seems that architects not only have to design homes that are modern, functional and green, but they now need to worry about the world’s mental health, as well. So how does urban living reflect upon […]
While the towering buildings of the New York City skyline are constantly changing, shifting, and growing, it is rare to have any construction project overtake the most famous skyscrapers in the city. This is particularly true of apartment buildings. However, as of October 2014, when the last bit of concrete was poured, the new building […]
Welcome to a refined Scandinavian apartment in Vasastan, Stockholm preserving quite a few charming turn-of-the-century details. The feeling that greets you when you enter the hall is striking. This is due to the three windows allowing natural light inside and a generous ceiling height. From the very beginning it is clear that this is a […]
Are you a budding photographer looking for right inspiration? Look no further. We have complied a set of free trainings that will make sure that you flaunt your photography skills to the world! Whether you want to be a travel photographer or fashion we have collected resources that will just guide you perfectly. Get a […]
ONG&ONG have designed a contemporary home in Singapore. From the architect Just off Stevens Road is this Zen-inspired dwelling with strong architectural lines and shapes that are further accentuated by the materials used. Comprising two main volumes, the front block houses the social spots, such as the living and formal dining areas, whilst service functions […]
Landscape architect Paul Sangha has created METAMORPHOUS, a corten steel sculpture designed to provide a solution to foreshore erosion for a waterfront property in Vancouver, Canada. From the designer This project began with the King Tides, which struck the B.C. Coastline on December 2012. Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture was approached by a couple to provide a […]
molo have created a variety of public seating areas that are currently on display Orgatec in Koln, Germany. Design: molo Photography by molo
Golucci International Design have recently completed the Mr Lee Noodle House restaurant in Beijing, China. From the designer Mr Lee Noodle House has 500 restaurants almost largest noodle house brand in China. This is a new concept style of the old brand. The project is located in Beijing Chongwenmen, designer try to through this new […]