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Graphic design inspiration | #1100

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leManoosh : Photo I mostly pinned this one, bc it has one of my favorite words, "Wonky" :) but like the design too, it's wonky ;

BLDGBLOG: Cultivating the Map                                                                                                                                                                                 More

[Image: “Cultivating the Map” by Danny Wills]. For his final thesis project at the endangered Cooper Union, Danny Wills explored how survey instruments, cartographic tools, and architec…

Toronto, Canada

Toronto, Canada

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Archizoom, No-Stop City “The plans for Archizoom ’s 1969 No-Stop City were typed out on a typewriter.

ARCHIZOOM NO-STOP CITY Illustrating city as a continuous system of relational forces

paavo: “ Archizoom No-Stop City The plans for Archizoom ’s 1969 No-Stop City were typed out on a typewriter. The plan emerged from limitations of typesetting: leading, tabs, indentation, and.

Clever zoo ad.

visualising sound can be difficult, here someone has recorded a sound and tracked the sound waves and digitally visualised what these would look like, a very interesting out come and very aesthetically pleasing visuals the sound waves make.

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Superstudio's Amazing Radical Architecture—Pamono Stories

Superstudio was an architecture firm, founded in 1966 in Florence, Italy by Adolfo Natalini and Cristiano Toraldo di Francia. Superstudio was one of major part of the Radical architecture movement of the late

From the book that accompanied the 1972 Museum of Modern Art exhibition, ‘Italy: The New Domestic Landscape’. Design credits: Superstudio (Piero Frassinelli, Alessandro Magris, Adolfo Natalini, Alessandro Poli, Cristiano Toraldo di Francia). Blogged at Aqua-Velvet.

superstudioSuperstudio was an architecture firm, founded in 1966 in Florence, Italy by Adolfo Natalini and Cristiano Toraldo di Francia. Superstudio was a major part of the Radical architecture movement of the late

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