Friday, June 10, 2016
Rukkit Kuanhawate is a street artist from Thailand. After receiving his degree in Art Education from Chulalongkorn University in 2001, he worked as a graphic designer briefly, then from 2003 to 2009 he was Art Director for several Magazines. Since 2011, he has been a full time street artist getting commissions from major Thai corporations to create his distinct bright geometric patterned animals on buildings, office spaces & at outdoor events. See more on his Facebook page.
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Archan Nair (b.1982, New Delhi) is a self taught and developed visual artist, illustrator , Art Director and sound explorer, specializing in mixed media, illustration, and digital art. Contact: email@example.com
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Honda Synergy is the result of Darby Jean Barber internship at Honda Advanced Design Studio. This concept electric vehicle features dual electric motor with extreme off-road buggy design to rekindle Honda’s heritage and love of racing. Through this concept, Darby wants to demonstrate Honda’s ambition to keep on pushing the limits of technology and once again lead the world in a new era of motor racing.
The idea of the buggy design is to revive Honda’s history and passion for the entire company to take Honda to take next level, to go where no automakers have gone before.
Designer : Darby Jean Barber
Honda Synergy Concept Off-Road Buggy by Darby Jean Barber is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design
Pat Perry is an artist from Michigan who writes and makes pictures through careful and cautious observation. He works itinerantly, and currently lives in Detroit.
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Any public park would look amazing with addition of Odessa Street Benches. These are modular benches made with different shape of modules, connected with pedestals. In this way, user can re-arrange these benches in a way that fit the landscape of the park. Considering that everyone carries mobile devices nowadays, each pedestal features a USB socket and a built-in backlight system to illuminate the park with beautiful light at night.
There are 3 available construction designs, they are enough to allow you to create wide variety of combinations. You can make the bench curve around fountain, flowerbed, or meander between trees.
Designer : Art. Lebedev Studio
Odessa Street Benches : Modular Benches for Outdoor Public Parks is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design