architecting is a verb
not just architecture, but the life style.
architecting is a verb
+

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin

Dancing Dead Leaves by Yunfan Tan
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Linkedin
+
spatula:

(via Space-distorting visible /invisible furniture by Takeshi Miyakawa | Spoon & Tamago)
+
thedsgnblog:

Domenico Liberti   |   http://behance.net/dlbr
“Campaign for Alzheimer’s research.”
Graphic designer based in Milan, Italy. Focused on graphic design, illustration, art direction and branding.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Domenico Liberti   |   http://behance.net/dlbr
“Campaign for Alzheimer’s research.”
Graphic designer based in Milan, Italy. Focused on graphic design, illustration, art direction and branding.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Domenico Liberti   |   http://behance.net/dlbr
“Campaign for Alzheimer’s research.”
Graphic designer based in Milan, Italy. Focused on graphic design, illustration, art direction and branding.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
+
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
maybeitsgreat:

45MIN – Schule im Auftakt, 2012 by Laura Dressler and Dennis Michaelis from Germany
+
+
+
designeverywhere:

ART Educator Workshops
+
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
maybeitsgreat:

In Pursuit of Modern Form, 2009 by Everything Type Form from USA
+
thedsgnblog:

Noémie Beaulieu    |   http://behance.net/noemiebeaulieu
“I designed three pieces to promote the 2009-2010 season of the Théâtre de la Bordée: the season’s brochure, a pamphlet/flyer and a play’s poster. I wanted to create a visual that would stand out among Quebec’s three other major theaters. The design had to appeal to La Bordée’s current clients (mostly mid-aged ladies) and also attract younger ones (18-30). I picked some daring, vivid colours that really catches one’s eye and I balanced their impact by placing the text in a more conventional way. I used some drop caps to create more impact and add sophistication to the whole look.”
My name is Noémie and I am a 20-year-old graphic design student + freelancer from Québec, Canada.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Noémie Beaulieu    |   http://behance.net/noemiebeaulieu
“I designed three pieces to promote the 2009-2010 season of the Théâtre de la Bordée: the season’s brochure, a pamphlet/flyer and a play’s poster. I wanted to create a visual that would stand out among Quebec’s three other major theaters. The design had to appeal to La Bordée’s current clients (mostly mid-aged ladies) and also attract younger ones (18-30). I picked some daring, vivid colours that really catches one’s eye and I balanced their impact by placing the text in a more conventional way. I used some drop caps to create more impact and add sophistication to the whole look.”
My name is Noémie and I am a 20-year-old graphic design student + freelancer from Québec, Canada.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Noémie Beaulieu    |   http://behance.net/noemiebeaulieu
“I designed three pieces to promote the 2009-2010 season of the Théâtre de la Bordée: the season’s brochure, a pamphlet/flyer and a play’s poster. I wanted to create a visual that would stand out among Quebec’s three other major theaters. The design had to appeal to La Bordée’s current clients (mostly mid-aged ladies) and also attract younger ones (18-30). I picked some daring, vivid colours that really catches one’s eye and I balanced their impact by placing the text in a more conventional way. I used some drop caps to create more impact and add sophistication to the whole look.”
My name is Noémie and I am a 20-year-old graphic design student + freelancer from Québec, Canada.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Noémie Beaulieu    |   http://behance.net/noemiebeaulieu
“I designed three pieces to promote the 2009-2010 season of the Théâtre de la Bordée: the season’s brochure, a pamphlet/flyer and a play’s poster. I wanted to create a visual that would stand out among Quebec’s three other major theaters. The design had to appeal to La Bordée’s current clients (mostly mid-aged ladies) and also attract younger ones (18-30). I picked some daring, vivid colours that really catches one’s eye and I balanced their impact by placing the text in a more conventional way. I used some drop caps to create more impact and add sophistication to the whole look.”
My name is Noémie and I am a 20-year-old graphic design student + freelancer from Québec, Canada.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Noémie Beaulieu    |   http://behance.net/noemiebeaulieu
“I designed three pieces to promote the 2009-2010 season of the Théâtre de la Bordée: the season’s brochure, a pamphlet/flyer and a play’s poster. I wanted to create a visual that would stand out among Quebec’s three other major theaters. The design had to appeal to La Bordée’s current clients (mostly mid-aged ladies) and also attract younger ones (18-30). I picked some daring, vivid colours that really catches one’s eye and I balanced their impact by placing the text in a more conventional way. I used some drop caps to create more impact and add sophistication to the whole look.”
My name is Noémie and I am a 20-year-old graphic design student + freelancer from Québec, Canada.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
+
+
nomadicity:



TWITTER: @FolkMoMA 
A crowdsourced protest/call for ideas. draw/sketch/photoshop/collage possibilities of interaction between the American Folk Art Museum and MoMA buildings

45 W 53rd St, NY
+