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KIYEOL KIM (@kimgiyeol) • Instagram photos and videos

김기열 Kiyeol Kim on Instagram: “#TomHolland”

KIYEOL KIM (@kimgiyeol) • Instagram photos and videos

Introducing ‘ZIP TIE BC1’, our collaboration product with Ambush. ⠀ #GentleMonsterxAMBUSH #GentleMonster #AMBUSH
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GENTLE MONSTER x AMBUSH

Introducing ‘ZIP TIE BC1’, our collaboration product with Ambush. ⠀ #GentleMonsterxAMBUSH #GentleMonster #AMBUSH

Design Movements - 3D Chrome Art - 30 Amazing Examples

Design Movements - 3D Chrome Art - 30 Amazing Examples

See more examples at Twenty75.com. '3D Chrome' is the virtual exploration of chrome like surface finish, defined by its high polish finish and ability to encapsulate and reproduce its surrounding environment. It's often combined with a Retro-Futuristic style, with future beings and robots being a central aspect of the design.

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searchsystem: “Folch / Mobles114 / Packaging / 2018 ”

Explore Posters in Amsterdam by Jarr Geerligs' photos on Flickr. Posters in Amsterdam by Jarr Geerligs has uploaded 6340 photos to Flickr.

In no particular order at Dutch Design Week. #innoparticularorder #ddw16 #dutchdesignweek #eindhoven #poster #amsterdam #design #graphics #graphicdesign #affiche #plakate #carteles #postersinamsterdam #postersinams #Typography www.postersinamsterdam.com #

Explore Posters in Amsterdam by Jarr Geerligs' photos on Flickr. Posters in Amsterdam by Jarr Geerligs has uploaded 6780 photos to Flickr.

Gianluca Traina, “portrait360”, sculpture, mixed media, 2012  Italian artist gianluca traina re-imagines the notion of portraiture by combining 2D and 3D elements in his series entitled ‘portrait 360’.  The project was an outcome of exploring the impact of fusing flat, static surfaces such as paper with the familiar contours of the human body. This effect creates and articulates traina’s idea of being without identity, an unrecognizable face distorted

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Gianluca Traina, “portrait360”, sculpture, mixed media, 2012 Italian artist gianluca traina re-imagines the notion of portraiture by combining 2D and 3D elements in his series entitled ‘portrait 360’. The project was an outcome of exploring the impact of fusing flat, static surfaces such as paper with the familiar contours of the human body. This effect creates and articulates traina’s idea of being without identity, an unrecognizable face distorted

These Architects' Drawings of Human Figures Offer an Insight Into Their Minds

While there are many different approaches creating architectural space, most architects agree that the primacy of the human is paramount to the...