GOTHIC ARCITECTURE -Canterbury Cathedral - structure, patern, stain glass, religion, culture.

Canterbury Cathedral (Kent, England) been here. It is an amazing and humbling experience.the stunning architecture is really something to see.

DIGITAL & PAINT - Catherine Ulitsky - takes photos of groups of birds in flight, then joins them to create geometric shapes.

Catherine Ulitsky - Starling birds in flight, creating massive geometric objects. Just imagine what it would be in an ever changing lattice of life moving through time.

CITY BUILDINGS - windows, repeat, colour, tiles, geometrical, scale, structure.

Blue building by Pilar Almagro Paz (looks like a horizontally compressed exterior of a Hong Kong building)

BIRDS - feather pattern, structure, wing structure, layered, resist techniques, bright colours.

Spreeuw / Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) by Serge (by Serge Sanramat): Animals, God, Nature, Colors, Beautiful Birds

DERELICT HOMES - past lives, worn structures, landscape, memories, crumbling walls.

One of my favorite pastimes when travelling around Iceland is visiting abandoned farms. There are abandoned farms in every inhabited region of Iceland, although the more remote places such as the.

BLOCKS - layered, bricks, concrete, ventilation blocks, buildings, facades, repeat, geometrical, 60s wallpaper, pattern.

Ark Texture #020

"Casting Architecture" - Relooks the Humble Ventilation Block in Tropical Design Handmade tiles can be colour coordianated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

MAN MADE - metal framework, pylons, towers, net like, line, contrast, resist techniques

Starting a business: What type of entity should I create

'Shabolovka Radio Tower, Moscow, Russia' by English photographer Richard Pare The tower was designed in 1922 by Russian engineer & architect Vladimir Shukhov via arch daily

WOVEN - geometric, bold shapes, block colour, triaxial structure, clothes, bags.

This detail of a leather and satin bag by Marni, shows how weaving can be made to feel contemporary using new fabrics.