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the sculpture is filled with small shards of quartz in varying shades of pink that create unique patterns. The post daniel arsham debuts limited edition pink version of ‘sand circle’ sculpture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Traditionally, photographers have used strobes to light still images. They're powerful and consistent, but they're not a constant light source so they cannot be used for video. As video becomes a more important part of the modern photographer's workflow, people have been looking at different light sources, ones which are more versatile than strobes and can work for stills and video.
One of the first accessories an aspiring portrait photographer should purchase is a speedlight for their camera. While most cameras have a built-in flash, it is limited by its small power output and being locked into place on your camera. By purchasing a speedlight, even a small one, you open up many possibilities by being able to move your light around independently from your camera. In the vide
A powerful light source projects a beam of light onto a large disc of translucent fabric in Daniel Rybakken's latest lamp design for Luceplan. Read more
Architect Daniel Libeskind has used three million crystals to cover the Swarovski Star, which will top the Christmas tree at New York's Rockefeller Center this year. Read more
the project lies at the intersection of the historic city's past and present, linking contemporary architecture with the 18th century grid. The post MO modern art museum by daniel libeskind opens in lithuania’s medieval capital of vilnius appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
One of the most challenging aspects of photography, or any two-dimensional art medium, for that matter, is creating dimension and visual depth. In the latest episode of OnSet with photographer Daniel Norton concentrates on two methods you can use to create more depth in your portrait photographs. The first simple way to add dimension to your portraits involves using depth of field. It may seem
American artist and designer Daniel Arsham has crystallised the flying car from Back to the Future, and bagged and bound Mickey Mouse for his latest exhibition, which imagines the world in the next millenium. Read more
decayed deloreans and fragmented ferraris reveal geological innards rather than mechanical parts – what has happened here? The post it’s the year 3018 in daniel arsham’s eroded fantasy future at perrotin new york appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the proposal for renovation redefines a new service area placed in the middle of the house acting as a transition zone between living and private spaces. The post the green curved walls in this seoul house feature hidden storage, by daniel valle architects appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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