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Inspired Hotels: 6 unique spots to book a room

Inspired Hotels: 6 unique spots to book a room

| September 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

I get tempted to book last minute flights when I come across hotels like these. Although only the beginning in a world of design hotels, they should provide some inspiration for planning your next trip. Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin, Germany More of a museum than a hotel, the Propeller Island City Lodge in Berlin […]

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Fashionably greening your wardrobe

Fashionably greening your wardrobe

| September 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Green fashion has taken on a new meaning, as seen at the New York Fashion Week which ended last Friday. If you think wearing sustainable, eco-friendly clothing means donning drab, unattractive styles, you are highly mistaken. Even high fashion has gone down the environmental path, so here’s a little sampling of designers and shows to […]

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Jared Nickerson

Jared Nickerson

| September 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Jared Nickerson (aka j3concepts) is an amazing artist. His skill and popularity is very widespread. He is steadily rising to one of the most popular vector artists online. Interview Hey Jared, thanks for taking the interview, and congrats on being the very first featured artist on ArtCulture.com! Hey, I appreciate the opportunity. How did you […]

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Amazing Stockholm Furniture Fair 2021

Amazing Stockholm Furniture Fair 2021

| September 19, 2021 | 0 Comments

Stockholm Furniture Fair: In a city known for its chic and sleek Scandinavian design, it is no surprise that Stockholm hosts a cutting edge furniture fair full of new and creative designs. The Stockholm Furniture Fair kicks off tomorrow, and if you are in the area, there is no excuse for not stopping by. Even […]

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Fab Prefab – Amazing Designer Housing 2021

Fab Prefab – Amazing Designer Housing 2021

| September 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Fab Prefab, or pre-fabricated, homes are the current rage with everyone from modernists to environmentalists. The basic idea behind prefab houses are that they are built in a factory or manufacturing site and then assembled wherever the structure is to be located. Although embraced by modernists, prefab is nothing new and has existed as a […]

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Si Scott Illustrations

Si Scott Illustrations

| September 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

British designer / illustrator Si Scott has created an amazing series of lyrically hand drawn, bespoke posters and CD packaging for Silent Studios in London. The work will roll out early in 2008 as branding for Resonate, a dynamic collective of passionate, talented, noisy, creative, ambitious musicians and producers.

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Nobody & Co. 2021

Nobody & Co. 2021

| September 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Nobody & Co. the Italian design studio, will be showcasing their ‘Bibliochaise’ and other designs such as the ‘Piola shelf’ during Maison & Objet from January 25- 29 in Paris. If you’re over in France, you have a few days left to check it out.

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Minimalist WordPress Theme – Modicus Remix 2021

Minimalist WordPress Theme – Modicus Remix 2021

| September 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

This free minimalist WordPress theme is based off of Upstart Blogger’s WordPress theme “Modicus “. Thus aptly titled “Modicus Remix”. The original Modicus theme may be a tad more versatile (such as a three-column option, which remix does NOT have). So if you plan on wanting another column, or a simpler starting point, I would recommend the original theme. To […]

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Toyota Corolla Wireframe Design 2021

Toyota Corolla Wireframe Design 2021

| September 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

Toyota Corolla If you’re thinking this is Photoshop trickery, think again. This is a wire frame model of Toyota Corolla, rendered entirely with wires by Benedict Radcliffe. This work is used on numerous ad-campaigns by Japanese Densu Inc. Unique, creative, and very cool.

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Quality design gets Kinky 2021

Quality design gets Kinky 2021

| September 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

In the age of Ikea, Walmart, and Super everything, quality design has been relegated to the era of walking uphill both ways in the snow just to get to school. Most of the furniture that populates the living rooms of the western world has a shorter lifespan than our grandparents clothing. Things are meant to […]

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