Wednesday, May 25, 2016 Wednesday, May 25, 2016

My latest gif project “Monday Morning Again” by François...





















My latest gif project “Monday Morning Again” by François Beaurain

Monday morning again Paris, 2016

This is an ongoing project and more gifs are in preparation. I was previously living in Africa where I started to work with gifs (http://ift.tt/1nczHiA). I recently came back to Paris and to office life which has not been an easy task. With this new series, I am trying to express with humor and poetry my feelings about being back to office, a mix of frustration and dreams. You can visit at or on my tumblr.


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Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Concept Car Features Zagato’s Race-Inspired Design Language

Aston Martin has teamed up with Italian design-house Zagato to design Vanquish Zagato concept car. It’s the latest creation from these duos long-standing partnership, you can witness the global debut of this concept car at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, held at Lake Como in Italy from 21 – 22 May 2016.

As the fifth car to emerge from over 5 decades collaboration, Vanquish Zagato concept features sporting, dynamic, and the same material qualities with Zagato’s signature design language. Starting from iconic DB4 GT Zagato through V12 Vantage Zagato, each collaboration has features key aspects of Aston Martin’s design journey while blending them with Zagato’s own race-inspired design language. As you can see, the result is a group of four sports cars that demonstrates Aston Martin’s most avant-garde expressions.

Designer : Aston Martin

Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Concept Car

Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Concept Car

Vanquish Zagato concept car features proportions that remain as Aston Martin pure essence, emphasizing a dynamic, forward looking stance. The bodywork is entirely constructed with carbon fiber, split lines on the body has been designed to avoid the use of one large-piece panels. There are new lights such as round tail light reflectors to evoke classic rear view of a Zagato design, this car also incorporates the same bladed LED technology just like Aston Martin Vulcan track-only supercar. Do you notice One-77 inspired wing mirrors? If you are a big fans of Aston Martin, you’ll also notice the similarity of the rear end with DB11’s aerodynamic profile, including retractable spoiler and rear hatch for easy access to the luggage compartment.

The roof of Vanquish Zagato features “double-buble” where its shallow radius dipping into the rear window glass to give this car an iconic rear silhouette. To match the bold new exterior, this car is equipped with V12 engine that’s been uprated to 600PS, also enhanced driving dynamics. For the interior, the seat and the door feature unique “Z” quilt pattern stitch.

Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Concept Car

Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Concept Car Features Zagato’s Race-Inspired Design Language is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 Tuesday, May 24, 2016

really-shit: There are 177 submissions in the inbox.

really-shit: There are 177 submissions in the inbox.

really-shit: The team behind Porsche Classic have successfully...











really-shit:

The team behind Porsche Classic have successfully restored the winning Porsche 911 2.5 S/T of the 1972 Le Mans in the GT 3.0L.

Check out the original feature on Gessato, it’s good.

My name is Giulia Pex and I’m an illustrator based in Milan,...



My name is Giulia Pex and I’m an illustrator based in Milan, Italy. 

From real early age, i decided life would have been much more interesting in my own head, so i started drawing. i got lost through a world made of unicorns, fairies and monsters - actually never left it. 

All that i do is visual metaphor, i love mixing people’s portraits and animals with landscapes and anatomy pieces to evoke particular feelings. my color is definitely blue.  You can find me on Facebook and Instagram.


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Miniature CalendarIt’s near been 2 years since we first invited...





















Miniature Calendar

It’s near been 2 years since we first invited you to watch the miniature world, Tatsuya Tanaka. He is Japanese artist who creates the miniature diorama for the daily calendar since 2011. His artwork titled “Miniature Calendar” depicts toy people with household items, including food and vegetables.

You can buy Miniature Calendar Book here and see the previous posts  1, 2


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nonconcept: ZeroEnergy House in Bucharest, Romania by Studio...







nonconcept:

ZeroEnergy House in Bucharest, Romania by Studio Soleta.


Street artist: SwoonGrowing up in Daytona Beach, Florida, Swoon...




Street artist: Swoon


Street artist: Swoon


Street artist: Swoon


Street artist: Swoon


Street artist: Swoon


Street artist: Swoon


Street artist: Swoon


Street artist: Swoon

Street artist: Swoon

Growing up in Daytona Beach, Florida, Swoon naturally drawn to New York and the vivacious life and streetwise grit that it exuded in the ‘90s, Swoon found herself exposed to numerous artistic points of view all of which thrilled her: Richard Serra, Gordon Matta-Clark, and graffiti writer Rift, not to mention German expressionism. As a result, Swoon went outside. She started doing street art characterized by paste-ups and cutouts of human figures. The images are immediately striking and culturally provocative, arguably exhibiting a more conceptual take on modern street art. As an artist always looking to reach into new areas of creativity, Swoon started branching out of her comfort zone just as she gaining serious notoriety as a street artist. This fearlessness for taking on big ideas has grabbed the attention of MoMA, which has started collecting Swoon’s work.


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Woodieful Chair – Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture

Modern apartments in cities are getting smaller due to the trend of fast growing population – multifunctional furniture is already a rising trend. The Woodieful Chair is an example of an elegant solution to the highlighted problem. Modern and simple design makes this furniture easy to use, its function can be defined simply by rotating it around, you don’t need to assemble certain pieces or add components. You can use it as a chair, magazine rack, umbrella holder, side table, or night stand, the choice is yours, it won’t occupy much space since it’s only 16”x16”x16” and pretty lightweight (12,4lbs). Each product is crafted from high quality Beech Plywood oiled with Eco oil.

Designer : Klavdija Jarc

Woodieful Chair - Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture

Woodieful Chair - Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture

Woodieful Chair - Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture

Woodieful Chair - Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture

Woodieful Chair - Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture

Woodieful Chair - Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture

Tuvie has received “Woodieful Chair” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

Woodieful Chair – Multifunction, Modern Slovenian Designed Furniture is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

The Paintings,Watercolours and Pencil Drawings of Michelle...





















The Paintings,Watercolours and Pencil Drawings of Michelle Ramin

My name is Michelle Ramin, a visual artist living and working in San Francisco, CA. I’d love to submit my newest body of oil paintings for consideration of publication on Cross Connect. More info below and more work from the series at my website below. I will also be having a solo exhibition at Duplex Gallery, Portland, OR in June (opening June 2) and another at the Pennsylvania College of Technology in July-August 2016.

Michelle Ramin’s work focuses on the phenomenon of the shared human experience. She uses painting to expose the unseen nuances found within gatherings surrounding a central fascination, from mountain vistas to mobile phone screens to the Mona Lisa.


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