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A decade ago, Peter Wegner was hoping to “simplify” his relationship with New York City. “The city is always burgeoning,” he says. “It’s just entirely too much.” 
Around the same time, he started to take notice of the negative space within Manhattan’s skyline. That’s when “Buildings Made of Sky" began. It’s a simple idea — a collection of upside-down photographs showing the city’s most imposing streetscapes in a new way.

via Atlantic Cities 
Feb 11, 2014 / 837 notes

nprfreshair:

A decade ago, Peter Wegner was hoping to “simplify” his relationship with New York City. “The city is always burgeoning,” he says. “It’s just entirely too much.” 

Around the same time, he started to take notice of the negative space within Manhattan’s skyline. That’s when “Buildings Made of Sky" began. It’s a simple idea — a collection of upside-down photographs showing the city’s most imposing streetscapes in a new way.

via Atlantic Cities 

Nov 4, 2013 / 167 notes

everything-creative:

The tea set Glow is bringing the warm color of your tea into your home. A spherical glass bottle maximizes the candle light and is giving the tea brewing process an experimental touch. Created by Agustina Bottoni, photos taken by Roberto Niño Betancourt.

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cirencollegeart:

New work by our 3D Design students!

parsonsadmission:

Intersecting practices of photography, computer science, design and data visualization, Phillip Stearns turns raw computer memory data rendered as an image into textiles. The weaved pieces are called Fragmented Memory. 
Aug 17, 2013 / 7 notes

parsonsadmission:

Intersecting practices of photography, computer science, design and data visualization, Phillip Stearns turns raw computer memory data rendered as an image into textiles. The weaved pieces are called Fragmented Memory

Aug 2, 2013 / 138 notes

fastcompany:

Anemia, a condition of low red blood cells, is primarily caused by deficiency of iron. A whopping 44% of Cambodians suffer from anemia, including two-thirds of the country’s entire population of children. At the same time, about 70% of Cambodians live on less than $1 a day, pushing iron supplements (or red meat) far out of reach.

Chris Charles, then a University of Guelph PhD student, traveled to Cambodia to tackle the problem, he had a crucial resource at hand: a study showing that simply adding iron to food while cooking could increase iron levels in the blood. 

That’s where this lucky iron fish comes in.

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Aug 2, 2013 / 644 notes

worclip:

Kat Von D KidRobot Figure Packaging by Mei Cheng Wang

Packaging for a limited edition KidRobot customizable figure designed as if from tattoo artist Kat Von D, in the style of her fashion and makeup lines.

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