Harriet Smith

I am a second year student at Kingston University studying Interior Design. Before I studied Fine Art for a year but I changed to Interiors. Coming from a Fine Art background has really helped the way i think about Interior design and the thinking process. Here is my page showing my design work but also Inspiration, Ideas and themes within Art/ Interior /Architecture and Fashion.

from89:

Boom City by Andrew Waits

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thedsgnblog:

Pawel Nolbert    |    http://nolbert.com

"Series of posters exploring form and rhythm of letters or pseudo-letters presented as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative sculptures. The artworks were built from an elaborate artistic painterly gestures into expressive arrangements – extending the aesthetic characteristic of typography."

Pawel Nolbert - Warsaw based Illustrator, Art Director, Graphic Designer. Since 2005 working on creative personal & commercial projects worldwide, freelance.

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"I feel they are in conflict, their objectives are different: artists put their life in the work, while architects design their buildings to receive it."
Tadao Ando, when asked what is the difference between art and architecture. [via]  (via archatlas)
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heyselfdefeater:


San Francisco’s forthcoming Transbay District, including the Transbay Tower and 181 Fremont Street, among other projects, rendered in 3D-printed model.
via Curbed SF

heyselfdefeater:

San Francisco’s forthcoming Transbay District, including the Transbay Tower and 181 Fremont Street, among other projects, rendered in 3D-printed model.

via Curbed SF

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cosascool:

Travis Bedel, aka “Bedelgeuse” (tumblr)

Travis describes the work by saying, “My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades. I cutout from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.”

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danielleverner:

HamsaDavid YohananLithograph

danielleverner:

Hamsa

David Yohanan
Lithograph

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heaveninawildflower:

Examples of Chinese ornament (1867) by

Owen Jones (1809–1874).
'From a painted china vase. A composition on the continuous-stem principle'
Internet Archive via Wikimedia

heaveninawildflower:

Examples of Chinese ornament (1867) by

Owen Jones (1809–1874).

'From a painted china vase. A composition on the continuous-stem principle'

Internet Archive via Wikimedia

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