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this space will be a collection of random things.
thoughts are not nessesary, i dislike writing anyway..
nothing too deep, nothing too serious!
for my portfolio go to http://ersigiannoulatou.com :)
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wetheurban:

ART: Nobody Likes Me by I♥
"Nobody Likes Me" is the newest (and so fucking brilliant) offering by Canadian Street Artist I♥ to the streets of Vancouver, a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia.
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wetheurban:

ART: Nobody Likes Me by I♥
"Nobody Likes Me" is the newest (and so fucking brilliant) offering by Canadian Street Artist I♥ to the streets of Vancouver, a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia.
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gregmelander:

ROCKY ROAD
Love this rocky road Tron like animated loop.
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ersi-g:


taken at Ladopoulos Factory, in Patras, Greece
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ianbrooks:

The Weather Yesterday by Troika
This meteorological installation located in London’s Hoxton Square until September 9th, 2012 reverses the intent of a weather report from forecast to fore-past, displaying the weather and temperature of precisely the same time from the day before. Meant as a thought-provoking look at society’s need for constant, up-to-the-minute notifications, Troika’s five meter high LED screen instead feeds entirely irrelevant information to the masses. You can check out more of its transition displays below:



Artists: Website (via: Design Boom)
ianbrooks:

The Weather Yesterday by Troika
This meteorological installation located in London’s Hoxton Square until September 9th, 2012 reverses the intent of a weather report from forecast to fore-past, displaying the weather and temperature of precisely the same time from the day before. Meant as a thought-provoking look at society’s need for constant, up-to-the-minute notifications, Troika’s five meter high LED screen instead feeds entirely irrelevant information to the masses. You can check out more of its transition displays below:



Artists: Website (via: Design Boom)
ianbrooks:

The Weather Yesterday by Troika
This meteorological installation located in London’s Hoxton Square until September 9th, 2012 reverses the intent of a weather report from forecast to fore-past, displaying the weather and temperature of precisely the same time from the day before. Meant as a thought-provoking look at society’s need for constant, up-to-the-minute notifications, Troika’s five meter high LED screen instead feeds entirely irrelevant information to the masses. You can check out more of its transition displays below:



Artists: Website (via: Design Boom)
ianbrooks:

The Weather Yesterday by Troika
This meteorological installation located in London’s Hoxton Square until September 9th, 2012 reverses the intent of a weather report from forecast to fore-past, displaying the weather and temperature of precisely the same time from the day before. Meant as a thought-provoking look at society’s need for constant, up-to-the-minute notifications, Troika’s five meter high LED screen instead feeds entirely irrelevant information to the masses. You can check out more of its transition displays below:



Artists: Website (via: Design Boom)
ianbrooks:

The Weather Yesterday by Troika
This meteorological installation located in London’s Hoxton Square until September 9th, 2012 reverses the intent of a weather report from forecast to fore-past, displaying the weather and temperature of precisely the same time from the day before. Meant as a thought-provoking look at society’s need for constant, up-to-the-minute notifications, Troika’s five meter high LED screen instead feeds entirely irrelevant information to the masses. You can check out more of its transition displays below:



Artists: Website (via: Design Boom)
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homedesigning:

(via Casual Loft Style Living)
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by stefan sagmeister and jessica walsh
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sawaru:

betonbabe:

DESIGNEXPLORATIONS
a soft brick wall inside the swiss pavillion.
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