Archive: Feb 2013

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Architecture at the Oscars

    Highly visual people just can’t turn off that critical eye, even when it’s outside of office hours. We’re compulsively searching for relationships, trends, and inspirations in nearly any and every place possible. For some of us on Sunday night, the Oscars served as our creative fix for the weekend. While its easy to “ooh” and […]

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  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: Silo 468

    It’s often said the variety is the spice of life. And while that sentiment does ring true in many instances, in the design world (at least in our opinion) contrast also seems to create that spice. There’s something intriguing about the push and pull, the ebb and flow of two opposing elements generating a distinctive […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Four Simple Steel Letters

    In our Thursday Salutes, we always enjoy highlighting conceptual art in many forms. Often we gravitate towards featuring an artist who flies slightly under the radar or an emerging technology just taking hold of the design world. Today we salute an art piece that has been viewed so many times, it has become more of […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Roomba Light Paintings

    “As Seen on TV” Meets Artistic Lighting Design The Roomba, an automatic vacuum cleaner product which typically graces the shelves of big-box stores, has taken on a new meaning by artfully merging with lighting technology. A group of students in Germany’s Braunschweig University of Technology found a creative use for the popular robotic cleaning device. […]

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