I wish I could tell you more about this wonderful image (other than I found it on the Randomitus Tumblr).
The Review Design & Print Awards
Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
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These archival buildings in Aylesbury, England, by London studio Stephen Marshall Architects are screened by a uniform line of oak beams.
Just a small selection of images from the tumblr page – Banished From Camelot
These stunning macro photographs of starfish were taken by Russian photographer and biologist Alexander Semenov, we can better understand the colourfully-patterned surfaces of these magnificent creatures.
Just a couple of evocative, and quite magical, analog pics from photographer Joanna Pallaris.
Positioned within the small village of Huairou, a two hours drive away from the urban center of Beijing, China, the ‘Liyuan Library’ by Chinese practice Li Xiaodong Atelier is encompassed within a mountainous and forested landscape.
Shortly after the invention of mechanical printing by Johannes Gutenburg in 1439, Armenian became one of the first languages to be printed.
The first book which had Armenian letters was published in Mainz (Germany) in 1486.
I have been searching for some strong Olympic magazine covers, and here is a selection the best ones yet, from various countries, highlighting the games and Olympians. However, I feel that many are ok, many are good, but in my opinion there isn’t a winner yet!
MZ Architects – a Lebanon and Abu Dhabi-based practice – were recently approached to design a sports facility which would be situated in the heart of the city Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates.