architecture · black · club · psychedelic
Blackbox is a night club in Romania, the place is a project from the group of architects Parasite Studio. The name shows the concept of the project, a black box, with no relation to the outside and plenty of abstract elements to maintain the attention only to the things happening inside the club.
When the great Kyle Cooper spoke at FITC San Fran this past August, he did not disappoint. Kyle Cooper is an American film title designer who is known for his memorable, evocative work. Most notably, he elevated the opening titles to an art form with the film, Se7en in 1995.
We've seen some pretty amazing pictures these past weeks, but we just can't get enough of stunning photography, right? One thing I like very much is a beautiful waterfall. Its many characteristics will tell us whether or not it is a awesome one: its height, its volume, the surroundings, and the overral mood.
Tuesday Total Textures is post series that will bring a new life to your Tuesdays. Every week I'll be posting some free hi resolution textures that you can use in your projects. Check out this week's textures, download the ones you like and start making your texture collection.
A New York Office created in 1996 by Jared Della Valle and Andrew Bernheimer, Della Valle Bernheimer already published their work in various media and won numerous awards for doing an architecture that is in accordance with city needs, improving the places where their buildings are included.
This is something that makes my jaw drop easily. Every week I search for kick butt illustrations, and I think I'm pretty successful finding awesome stuff, but it's been a really long time I don't see illustrations this real.
Tom Emil Olsen is an award-winning Art director and Graphic designer with over 11 years of experience. Located in Aalesund, Norway, he has headed up several engagements and developed design solutions for important Norwegian and International clients.
We've seen some great gadgets and equipment for designers. So many cool stuff, that we could actually assemble infinite perfect office spaces! Every week we'll assemble a perfect office, and we'd like you to help us. What equipment would the perfect office have?