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Generative Art by Andreas Nicolas Fischer Andreas Nicolas...

Generative Art by  Andreas Nicolas Fischer Andreas Nicolas Fischer was born in Munich, Germany in 1982, and is a graduate of Joachim Sauter’s class at the University of the Arts Berlin. He works with generative systems, physical representations of data as well as visualizations of digital processes to create graphic representations, sculptures and installations. The artist lives and works in Berlin.  Become a treasure hunter. Check out our archive. posted by Margaret   via

Animated Gifs by Slanted Studios

Animated Gifs by Slanted Studios

The Stunning Photography of Craig Varjabedian-White SandsCraig...

The Stunning Photography of Craig Varjabedian-White Sands Craig Varjabedian is an award winning photographer who explores the back roads of the American west, making pictures of the unique and quintessential. He shares awe inspiring stories of the land and the people who live on it…One photograph at a time. “Into the Great White Sands” on Kickstarter Thank you for your submission! Submit Here

Paintings by Tom Bagshawwebsite l tumblr l facebook

Paintings by Tom Bagshaw website l tumblr l facebook

Paintings by Tom Bagshawwebsite l tumblr l facebook

Paintings by Tom Bagshaw website l tumblr l facebook

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

Weather Portraits 2014 US Cities

Weather Portraits 2014 US Cities

Wes Anderson DioramasMar Cerdà brings scenes from our favorite...

Wes Anderson Dioramas Mar Cerdà brings scenes from our favorite cult classic Wes Anderson flicks to life through her cut paper and watercolor dioramas. Featured above are her recreations of scenes from Grand Budapest Hotel, I Tied It To The Radiator and Darjeeling Limited, respectively. H/T thanks for subscribing! website | facebook | twitter

Illustrations by Dekanimal

Illustrations by  Dekanimal

Brida Task Lighting by Stefan Radev

Redefining the task lighting experience: functional, organized, energy efficient, flexible and simple. A holistic task light and organizational solution for a wide range of task scenarios. With clarity in mind, Brida’s minimalistic appearance, demonstrates a balanced presence and functionality. The all metal construction consists of slim tubes that integrate the mechanics as well as cable for the LED and inductive dock charging. Minimal footprint on the desk, BRIDA not only lights up the work area with energy efficient LED in two strength modes, it offers a valuable solution to organize the work desk, to store and charge a mobile device, allowing the user to have permanent reach and view on the display, above all work objects that are on the desk. Designer : Stefan Radev Tuvie has received “Brida Task Lighting” project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication. Brida Task Lighting by Stefan Radev is