Manhattan glitch I liked this piece of art as it shows a disordered way of drawing a very ordered and structured building design.
Structure lines on building blocks | (via http://www.pinterest.com/AnkAdesign/collection-3/)
NYC. The Empire State stretches towards the heavens. The abstract beauty of New York City is what I love the most. Fine art photography print by Sonja Quintero of Squint Photography. Empire Blur
Italian firm SET Architects has wrapped fabric around a steel framework to create an installation and temporary exhibition space for ceramic tile manufacturer Florim.
i like how the image is manipulated to make the person look made up of many pieces, when its just one image
SET architects wraps steel-framed installation with black cloth
©German photographer Thomas Kellner has been producing large-scale works that piece together monuments, palaces, museums and landmarks in a signature style that he has been perfecting for years.
Surreal photo collage, perfect inspiration for graphic tees from gluepaperscissors
Loughborough Textiles Graduates | Flair | Laura Melhuish-Sprague
EVOL - Cardboard Art One of my favourite artist: incredible cityscapes and urban environments created by multilayered prints on old cardboards.
Barbican Bauhaus Exhibition by A Practice for Everyday Life--I'm enjoying the atypical photo layout/installation.
Loughborough Textiles Graduates | Flair | Alice Kennedy
♂ Contemporary design - simply modern display - ADRIA GOULA_015
Cadaval Solà-Morales, "Susana Solano Trazos Colgados" exhibition design at the Museo Casa de la Moneda, Madrid 2013 #design
Exhibition swag! Beautiful use of modern draped panels to display content and creat spatial depth.
Love the arrangement and different sizes of all the photos. Being in the same frame ties it all together. I also love the large scale.
Kasia Bobula exhibition at the Museum of Technology and Textile Industry in Bielsko-Biala, Poland (2012)
displays#Graphic Design| http://graphicdesigncollections.hana.lemoncoin.org
M&C SAATCHI Little Stories
Using hangars and clips to display art and other items. Scarves? Throws? Tapestries? You can even mount them on top of a consistent cardboard.