Archive: Oct 2013

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Phobia-Schmobia

    We seem to be having our fair share of run-ins with critters lately. A few weeks ago it was the fruit flies. Now today, one of our designers encountered a very unwelcome big creepy spider crawling right across her desk. Her blood curdling scream scared the pants off everyone in the office. Fitting, we suppose, […]

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  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: Architexts

    Are you in need of a break from model space in the land of AutoCAD? When we could use a short dose of humor, the website Architexts is always near the top of our favorites list. Styled in cartoon format, the short quips depict a familiar scene from an architectural office, usually playing out an […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Pen Pals

    Is most of your daily communication transmitted via keystrokes? Whether punched out from your laptop or cell phone keyboard in the form of an email, text, or Tweet, typewritten words are created and consumed at lightning speeds. Designer Cristina Yanko boldly broke from this trend by forgoing traditional text messaging and email altogether. For seven […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Aquatic Artist

    Take a good look at the image below… Intriguing, right? Fascinating movement with geometric motifs and radial patterns bursting from the center. Captivating play of shadow and light on the undulating peaks and valleys. Nice balance and symmetry. Someone must have spent significant time developing this concept, and then meticulously executing the design. So who’s […]

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  5. Thursday Salute to Originals: Changing Perspectives on Peace

    Peace Day, which was on September 21st, has already come and gone. But even though it was a couple weeks ago, we couldn’t resist highlighting this amazing installation that is not only visually stunning, but one that emphasizes the need for peace in a moving and perspective-altering way. The Fallen project, developed by Sandinyoureye (a […]

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