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Henry Thoreau's diary with Thoreau pencils (the Thoreau family had a pencil factory)
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Mary Ann and Septimus Palairet
  Inspirations.  
The Harvesters
This painting is one in a series of six works that depict different times of the year. As in many of...
Cristina Vezzini & Chen Sheng Tsang: Ceramic and Glass
After finishing their studies at the Royal College of Art, Cristina Vezzini and Chen Sheng Tsang set...
Baroque Co-creation: Jan Brueghel I and Rubens
During the seventieth century, two of the most famous masters of baroque art - Jan Brueghel the Elde...
Dürer - Observer of Nature
Master print-maker, draftsman, and the Renaissance man from Germany, Albrecht Dürer was a keen obse...
François Schuiten
François Schuiten was born in Brussels, Belgium in 1956. During his studies at the Saint-Luc Instit...
Satoshi Itasaka: Lighting
Lighting design by Satoshi Itasaka, designer from Tokyo.
Skrivo Chairs
The Milan based studio Skrivo was founded in 2011 by the Croatian/Irish product designer Stefan Kriv...
Body & Soul
A year ago the Museum of Arts and Design in New York opened an exhibition titled "Body & Soul: New I...
Tom Blachford: Havana
Tom Blachford, photographer from Melbourne, travels to Cuba.
Creatures of the Planet Tror
Graphic designer Lee Sung Eun from Seoul presents
An Art Collector in His Art Chamber
2014 is the anniversary year of four-hundredth birthday of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm (1614-1662) of H...
Inon Rettig: Plonter
The vase "Plonter" is a project led by keter plastic group as part of a fund raiser targeting high-r...
Melvin Galapon
Melvin Galapon graduated from Central St. Martin’s. He is based in London where he works on Portr...
Summer by Arcimboldo
Call him creative, whimsical, or deranged. Milanese painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo was a stained-glass ...
Venus with Cupid Stealing Honey
This painting tells the story of a poem about how Cupid complains to his mother, Venus (the goddess ...
Parmigianino: Schiava Turca
The exquisite portrait of an unknown woman called the Schiava Turca ("Turkish slave") is an icon of...
San Marco by Canaletto
With the Palazzo di San Marco on the right and the Palazzo Ducale on the left, this painting depict...
Black Box
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein studied architecture at the University of California at Berkeley. His ...
Finnish Type: Kokoro & Moi
Kokoro & Moi was founded in 2001 by designers Teemu Suviala and Antti Hinkula. Clients include City ...
Lernert & Sander
Lernert Engelberts (1977) and Sander Plug (1969) create concept art films and installations. They h...
Apollo 11
Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin took over 1400 pictures with a Hasselblad 70mm camer...
Hong Kong
Hong Kong´s unexpected greenery as seen by photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze. He says: "No matte...
W196R
The remarkable Mercedes-Benz W196R won the 1954 German and Swiss Grands Prix with driver Juan Manuel...
Logistics
Photography by Rüdiger Nehmzow. Born 1966 in Ansbach, Germany, living since 1987 in Düsseldorf. Af...
Merijn Hos
Merijn Hos is an Illustrator and Visual Artist based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He divides his tim...
Jamie Keenan: Covers
Cover designs by London-based graphic designer Jamie Keenan. www.keenandesign.com
Charles & Ray
Black-and white photos of the most famous couple in industrial design: The architect Charles and the...
Carta. Materia viva, vibrante, mutevole.
Work by Daniele Papuli. Daniele´s material of choice is paper. He creates moving sculptures and ins...
Polar Melt
My most recent drawings portray Greenland´s melting ice. This body of work documents climate change...
Diego Rivera
Diego Rivera was born December 13, 1886 in Guanajuato, Mexico. Rivera began drawing at the age of th...
Disaster, Catastrophe, Collision
Spectacular illustrations from Le Petit Journal, Paris in the late 1900s: The Yellow Press was prett...
Stripes and Stripes
Striped graphics - a graphic design trend? Examples from: www.farrowdesign.com www.burgess-studio.co...
Abarth
Carlo Abarth, born Karl Albert Abarth, was an automobile designer. He was born in Vienna, during the...
This is Not Normal
The presentation of BMW Group at the IAA 2013. Photos by Die Photodesigner.
Cafe Gaga Shenzhen
Architecture by Coordination, photos by Die Photodesigner.
Emmanuelle Moureaux
Corporate architecture and design by French architect Emmanuelle Moreaux living and working in Tokyo...
Going far away in style and comfort
A selection of illustrations about travel and transportation from the fifties, including L´hydravio...
Auto
Images from "Dominique en Auto" by Francois La Paraz, with illustrations by Andre Galland, published...
Russian graphics
A selection of Russian graphics from 1920 to 1930.
Stahl house
Stahl House or Case Study House #22 by Pierre Koenig. The modern residence overlooks Los Angeles fr...
Italy vs Germany: Design Classics
Iconic design creations from Italy and Germany: Brionvega versus Braun, Fiat versus VW, Alfa Romeo v...
Food
“I hate people who are not serious about meals. It is so shallow of them.” ― Oscar Wilde, The ...
Istanbul
Fascinating animated images by Istanbul-based visual artist Erdal Inci. Erdal is currently available...
Alvar Aalto furniture
a collection of classic furniture by Alvar Aaalto.
A new way of seeing
Not many designs are able to achieve classic status while still being unmistakably unique. These are...
Freestyle
drawings by Micael Reynaud.
Electric Geometric
work by Melbourne based visual artist Ollie Lucas. www.ollielucas.tumblr.com
Slalom Skiing
To slalom is to zigzag.
King of Ubu
illustrations by Archie Fitzgerald. Originally from Canterbury, Kent, Archie graduated from UWE Bri...
A creature of habit
and other works of graphic design, static and animated, by Skip Dolphin Hursh. www.skiphursh.com
Mountains
Photography by Maximilian Haidacher. His series Vallées du Soleil and Alpenrose deal with the arti...
Furniture by Donald Judd
As "small is beautiful," so is simple. Photos courtesy: Pinakothek Moderne - Die Neue Sammlung, Muni...
Playbills
Playbills and covers of the legendary New York theater magazine Playbill.
Lisette Model
a master of character photography
Everyday Design Classics
A collection of timeless designs.
Balance Sheets
Artwork made of finely cut ledger paper by Jill Sylvia, www.jillsylvia.com
Object Rotterdam 2013
OBJECT Rotterdam is a special contemporary design fair presenting limited editions and one-offs at t...
Graphic Inspiration
A collection of amazing, surprising and beautiful 20th century artwork to inspire your next graphic ...
Tomas Saraceno
Tomas Saraceno´s installation in Milan!
The Krazyhouse
Rineke Dijkstra is one of the world´s best-known photo and video artists. ´The Krazyhouse´ shows ...
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Pieter Bruegel
During his lifetime, Pieter Bruegel the Elder was already among the period’s most sought-after art...
Typography
Collection of beautiful typography and graphic design.
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, Monet was also an avid horticu...
Une Cité Industrielle by Tony Garnier
Tony Garnier designed the plans of an ideal city during his stay at the Villa Médicis from 1899 to ...
HOKUSAI X MANGA
Courtesans, Heroes, Stars and Phantoms - In the early seventeenth century, Edo, which was the bigges...
Jean-Jaques Lequeu
Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1825) worked as a draughtsman at Rouen, and from 1779 in Paris at the Cad...
Carreaux
Turn of the century tile and mosaic samples from the Societe Generale de Carrelages in Paris.
Tamara
Tamara de Lempicka (1898 – 1980) was a Polish Art Deco painter. She was the most fashionable portr...
OZ
OZ was an underground magazine first published in Sydney in 1963. A second version appeared in Londo...
Still Life Monkeys
The inclusion of a monkey with other still-life elements imitates earlier Flemish still-life painter...
Antonio Rubino
Antonio Rubino: Pittore, illustratore e scrittore (Sanremo 1880 - Baiardo 1964). Legato all´art nou...
Guiseppe Galli da Bibiena
Guiseppe Galli da Bibiena (Parma, 1696-Berlin, 1756) was painter, draftsman, event and theatre desig...
Hasui Kawase 川瀬 巴水
Hasui Kawase (1883 – 1957) , the best known proponents of the 新版画 New Prints movement, was ...
Bulb
Bulb: Handblown glass hooks. Different sizes and colours decorate the wall and help you organize. D...
RoundAbout
RoundAbout: The geometrical shape of this side table creates a strong graphical image. The component...
France 1661
Views of Renaissance France by Kasper Merian, 1655-1661
The Slave Ship
But, I think, the noblest sea that Turner has ever painted, and, if so, the noblest certainly ever p...
Forward Retreat
Mark Tansey was born in California. He attended art classes at the San Francisco Art Institute and s...
Faces of the 17th century
17th century Dutch portraits from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
Lucha Libre
A small set of ´Lucha Libre´-posters found by Dutch graphic designer Hans Gremmen at a printer in ...
Pavel Tchelitchew: Spiral head
Pavel Tchelitchew (Па́вел Фёдорович Чели́щев) (1898 - 1957) was a surrealist ...
Heaven & Hell
Details from paintings by Hieronymus Bosch.
Hell & Heaven
John Martin was born near Hexham, Northumberland. He was apprenticed first to an heraldic coach pain...
Poul Kjaerholm: PK0
While most of his contemporary designers preferred wood as their primary material, Kjærholm chose s...
The EU Game
A French board game from the nineteen-fifties including hazards and a pan-european currency.
Modigliani: Your real duty is to save your dream
"What I am searching for is neither the real nor the unreal, but the subconscious, the mystery of wh...
The Art of Writing. The Rebirth of the Ogatsu Inkstone
The inkstone industry of Ogatsu, in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture once accounted for 90% of the...
Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel
WertelOberfell was founded in 2007 by Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel. Both studied Industrial Design...
Monet and the Birth of Impressionism
The nineteenth century was a time of upheavals. A wide variety of developments took place at the sam...
45º27´51.36"N 4º37´33.62"E
Series "Grid Reference" by Sam Irons. Sam, born 1978 as son of actor Jeremy Irons, works as a film l...
Benjamin Phelan
Benjamin Phelan, b. 1982 Bryn Mawr, PA, lives/works in Brooklyn, NY. Solo and Two Person Exhibition...
Constance Guisset
Constance Guisset creates objects and interiors. She studied at ESSEC and E.N.S.C.I.- Les Ateliers....
Pearl
The Pearl lamp is the result of a collaboration between Pierre Favresse and the embroidery of Emmanu...
Perch
The Perch Collection consists of several pieces based on the same construction: a reading chair, coa...
An Eclipse Day
An Eclipse Day provides a stratification of cyan blue, magenta and yellow glass that in turn creates...
Jose Duarte: DIY Visualization
Jose Duarte is a designer specialising in information visualization and visual communication.
The Return of the Herd
It is that time again - summer has finally ended, and winter is coming. This 16th century painting b...
with Paper
Paper is not only the favorite medium for writers, it also is for artists and designers. Three creat...
STRIPE
STRIPE is a multifunctional box which allows you to ‘design’ your own composition. A single modu...
William Turner
The exhibition "Late Turner – Painting Set Free" surveys the achievements of JMW Turner (1775–18...