• View as list
  • View as grid

Candy Art Galleries

Candy Art Galleries

Category: Architecture, Products,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Dec 1st 2013
No. of comments: 0

Being a food artist would be an incredible job, don't you agree? Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves got the chance to build famous art galleries from around the world out of gingerbread and candy as part of Dylan's Candy Bar's Christmas campaign. So r...

NYC TYPE

NYC TYPE

Category: Architecture, Design / Typography, Photography,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jun 20th 2013
No. of comments: 0

Ever wished that there was one great big archive of all the awesome typography in and around New York? Check out nyctype, which pulls images from Instagram of the city's best letters.  ...

Typographic Furniture, Punctuation Lamps...

Typographic Furniture, Punctuation Lamps...

Category: Architecture, Design / Typography, Other Design Fields, Products,

Posted by:
Posted: Apr 19th 2012
No. of comments: 0

Fantastic typographic furniture from Tabisso... custom made in France, and who could resist a lamp as that finishing touch? Check them out here. ...

How to work better...

How to work better...

Category: Architecture, Design / Typography,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Mar 20th 2012
No. of comments: 0

I think we could all heed this advice from time to time and there's no better way to be reminded than to have it on the side of your office... “How To Work Better” by Peter Fischli and David Weiss, 1991 (via OffScreen Magazine) ...

Local Rock House | Pattersons Architects

Local Rock House | Pattersons Architects

Category: Architecture,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Nov 6th 2011
No. of comments: 0

I stumbled upon this most spectacular (that word just doesn't seem to do the place justice) house on thecoolhunter — always the best place for a dose of 'when I'm rich and famous, I'm going to live...' The Pattersons website is stunning as well — well worth a look. ...

Why Street Art Matters

Why Street Art Matters

Category: Architecture, Art, Colour, Illustration,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Oct 25th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Always an amazing resource for colour inspiration, the coolhunter has once again delivered. Some insightful commentary on the state of the concrete jungles many of us call home — and a case made for them not having to be so cold... "So here’s a challenge to you:...

The power of colour

The power of colour

Category: Architecture, Art, Colour, Design / Environmental,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Oct 25th 2011
No. of comments: 1

An especially interesting post for the PT guys in the UK just about to embark into the world of colour. Quite amazing in the pictures, I'm sure the impact in person would be heightened considerably — I can't quite imagine sitting reading a book in the aqua library, but it'd be ...

hipshops

hipshops

Category: Architecture, Blogs, Design / Environmental,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Sep 19th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Not that I needed any other excuses to go shopping here in London... hipshops is a great resource for those seeking quality goods sold in beautiful spaces by great staff. Nice to note another prequisite for inclusion to the site is 'a coherent graphic concept for the shop's identity and communication tools (printed mat...

Mirrorcube - Invisible Hotel

Mirrorcube - Invisible Hotel

Category: Architecture,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Apr 14th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Treehotel (Sweden) create amazing, architect designed, hotels and cabins that are meant to harmonise with the environment they are in. The Mirror Cube definitely meets that requirement. I just wonder how many birds fly into the thing? ...

Got Wood?

Got Wood?

Category: Architecture, Art, Design / Environmental, Other Design Fields,

Posted by: Alexis
Posted: Sep 7th 2011
No. of comments: 0

The Cool Hunter have a lovely article on gorgeous woody architecture. "...Wood is both universal and unique. No other material is as deeply embedded in the history, culture and life of humans worldwide as wood, yet every single piece of wood is unique..." Check out the whole thing: htt...