Kats & Design
Both in love
Kats & Design
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Number House via Mitsutomo Matsunami Architects & Associates
It’s beautiful.


Mitsutomo Matsunami Architect & Associates is an Osaka based architecture firm that strives to create practicable, minimal living spaces. In 2007, Mitsutomo Matsunami completed the redesign of a set of four ready-built apartment houses by reconfiguring the building fronts showing these giant numerals. Mitsutomo Matsunami made the buildings more cohesive by making the four units appear as one building.
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3D typography by 3Dtypographybook
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visualgraphic:

We Must Become the Road We Walk On
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Colorphonic + Yohomama
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Crystals
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thedsgnblog:

Ari Weinkle   |   http://ariweinkle.com
I’m Ari Weinkle, a graphic designer and digital artist living and working in Boston, MA. In my work, I look to break apart and re-appropriate different forms such as the human figure, geometric and organic shapes, and typography. Through the process of fragmenting different entities, I am continually searching for new and unique juxtapositions between shapes, colors, and patterns.
My inspiration comes from a wide range of sources; I have been particularly affected by Japanese aesthetics, Native American iconography, semiotics, abstract expressionism, surrealism, and philosophy. I attempt to draw on both visual and non-visual sources throughout my work.

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thedsgnblog:

Ari Weinkle   |   http://ariweinkle.com
I’m Ari Weinkle, a graphic designer and digital artist living and working in Boston, MA. In my work, I look to break apart and re-appropriate different forms such as the human figure, geometric and organic shapes, and typography. Through the process of fragmenting different entities, I am continually searching for new and unique juxtapositions between shapes, colors, and patterns.
My inspiration comes from a wide range of sources; I have been particularly affected by Japanese aesthetics, Native American iconography, semiotics, abstract expressionism, surrealism, and philosophy. I attempt to draw on both visual and non-visual sources throughout my work.

the design blog:  facebook | twitter | pinterest
thedsgnblog:

Ari Weinkle   |   http://ariweinkle.com
I’m Ari Weinkle, a graphic designer and digital artist living and working in Boston, MA. In my work, I look to break apart and re-appropriate different forms such as the human figure, geometric and organic shapes, and typography. Through the process of fragmenting different entities, I am continually searching for new and unique juxtapositions between shapes, colors, and patterns.
My inspiration comes from a wide range of sources; I have been particularly affected by Japanese aesthetics, Native American iconography, semiotics, abstract expressionism, surrealism, and philosophy. I attempt to draw on both visual and non-visual sources throughout my work.

the design blog:  facebook | twitter | pinterest
thedsgnblog:

Ari Weinkle   |   http://ariweinkle.com
I’m Ari Weinkle, a graphic designer and digital artist living and working in Boston, MA. In my work, I look to break apart and re-appropriate different forms such as the human figure, geometric and organic shapes, and typography. Through the process of fragmenting different entities, I am continually searching for new and unique juxtapositions between shapes, colors, and patterns.
My inspiration comes from a wide range of sources; I have been particularly affected by Japanese aesthetics, Native American iconography, semiotics, abstract expressionism, surrealism, and philosophy. I attempt to draw on both visual and non-visual sources throughout my work.

the design blog:  facebook | twitter | pinterest
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visualgraphic:

Lost Property - This once belonged to a Magpie.
Submitted by lukepatton.tumblr.com
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via abi
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via maricomaricar