Jacob Kittley

Jacob Kittley

www.kittley.com
Southampton / No need for words
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Corey Egbert Illustration

pretty awful unless you're inside and cozy . or if you must be outside, it's not too bad with some awesome people or by yourself on an introspective, rain-embracing or internally-sunny day (Corey Egbert)

Top Ten Robots That You Never Knew You Wanted. #5: Croww 540 by Christopher Gloning. The year is 2057, and we have been banished to a fate of crossing hostile, difficult areas, such as deserts, ice-planes and rock-masses on foot, due to our bad karmas. To accompany us on the journey is the croww 540 - an autonomous attendant robot system that even even fans out a tent ... http://giftideasformen.professorsopportunities.com/

Top Ten Robots That You Never Knew You Wanted. Croww 540 by Christopher Gloning. The year is and we have been banished to a fate of crossing hostile, difficult areas, such as deserts, ice-planes and rock-masses on foot, due to our bad karmas.

Top Ten Robots That You Never Knew You Wanted. #5: Croww 540 by Christopher Gloning. The year is 2057, and we have been banished to a fate of crossing hostile, difficult areas, such as deserts, ice-planes and rock-masses on foot, due to our bad karmas. To accompany us on the journey is the croww 540 - an autonomous attendant robot system that even even fans out a tent ... http://giftideasformen.professorsopportunities.com/

Top Ten Robots That You Never Knew You Wanted. Croww 540 by Christopher Gloning. The year is and we have been banished to a fate of crossing hostile, difficult areas, such as deserts, ice-planes and rock-masses on foot, due to our bad karmas.

Wall Charger Spaces Saver for iPhone #charger

More modern & creative product/industrial designs - This Goldfish Phone Charger also acts as a cord holder and stand which help keep those pesky cords out of site.

I think often people think they are limited to 2D projects in the design field. I like the sense of depth you see just by using paper strategically.

Paris-based designer and artist Maud Vantours uses layer upon layer of cut paper to create hypnotizing patterns and textures that translate into set designs, fashion accessories, and editorial treatments. Vantors has explored a number of paper tre.