Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods
By Stephen Powers
Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods
By Stephen Powers
Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods
By Stephen Powers
Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio

Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods

By Stephen Powers

Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio

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Nakagin Capsule Tower
by Kisho Kurakawa, Japan, 1972.
The Nakagin Capsule Tower was designed to be the perfect machine for bachelor living.  Each 12x6x6 capsule, with porthole window at one end, was completely modular and adaptable to the needs of its particular inhabitant.  The full potential of the project was never realized and now exists as a testament to the modernist desire for pod living.
futurepredictor:

Nakagin Capsule Tower
by Kisho Kurakawa, Japan, 1972.
The Nakagin Capsule Tower was designed to be the perfect machine for bachelor living.  Each 12x6x6 capsule, with porthole window at one end, was completely modular and adaptable to the needs of its particular inhabitant.  The full potential of the project was never realized and now exists as a testament to the modernist desire for pod living.

futurepredictor:

Nakagin Capsule Tower

by Kisho Kurakawa, Japan, 1972.

The Nakagin Capsule Tower was designed to be the perfect machine for bachelor living.  Each 12x6x6 capsule, with porthole window at one end, was completely modular and adaptable to the needs of its particular inhabitant.  The full potential of the project was never realized and now exists as a testament to the modernist desire for pod living.

The Ultimate Night Light: The SOL Dome
via: regularnew The Ultimate Night Light: The SOL Dome
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Best Swing Ever
MVRDV design house not only has a staggering cantilever it also features the best swing ever.

Best Swing Ever

MVRDV design house not only has a staggering cantilever it also features the best swing ever.

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Take An Amazing Visual Tour Of Europe’s Architectural Treasures Take An Amazing Visual Tour Of Europe’s Architectural Treasures
Disney is Now Designing Cyber Tiger Robots. Disney is Now Designing Cyber Tiger Robots.
Table tennis, anyone? 
Pentagram’s graphics for the “FitNation” exhibition at the Center for Architecture, New York. Designed by Luke Hayman.

Table tennis, anyone?

Pentagram’s graphics for the “FitNation” exhibition at the Center for Architecture, New York. Designed by Luke Hayman.

Back +Pool on Kickstarter and own a piece of one of the largest kickstarted civic projects in the world, and take a huge step towards + POOL with a floating test lab this summer.
+ POOL started with a simple goal: instead of trying to clean the entire river, what if you started by just cleaning a small piece of it?  And what if you could change how New Yorkers see their rivers, just by giving them a chance to swim in it? (via futurepredictor) Back +Pool on Kickstarter and own a piece of one of the largest kickstarted civic projects in the world, and take a huge step towards + POOL with a floating test lab this summer.
+ POOL started with a simple goal: instead of trying to clean the entire river, what if you started by just cleaning a small piece of it?  And what if you could change how New Yorkers see their rivers, just by giving them a chance to swim in it? (via futurepredictor)

Back +Pool on Kickstarter and own a piece of one of the largest kickstarted civic projects in the world, and take a huge step towards + POOL with a floating test lab this summer.

+ POOL started with a simple goal: instead of trying to clean the entire river, what if you started by just cleaning a small piece of it?  And what if you could change how New Yorkers see their rivers, just by giving them a chance to swim in it? (via futurepredictor)

Is The Geodesic Dome Robot The New Segway?
Designed by Scott Parenteau for Maker Faire 2013, an event created by Make magazine to “celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects, and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset,” the “Walking Pod” was inspired by Parenteau’s love for Fuller’s dome and Theo Jansen’s imaginative Strandbeest machines. Is The Geodesic Dome Robot The New Segway?
Designed by Scott Parenteau for Maker Faire 2013, an event created by Make magazine to “celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects, and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset,” the “Walking Pod” was inspired by Parenteau’s love for Fuller’s dome and Theo Jansen’s imaginative Strandbeest machines.

Is The Geodesic Dome Robot The New Segway?

Designed by Scott Parenteau for Maker Faire 2013, an event created by Make magazine to “celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects, and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset,” the “Walking Pod” was inspired by Parenteau’s love for Fuller’s dome and Theo Jansen’s imaginative Strandbeest machines.

The Gear Ring by Kinekt Design
The ultimate in distracting jewelry. The Gear Ring by Kinekt Design
The ultimate in distracting jewelry.

The Gear Ring by Kinekt Design

The ultimate in distracting jewelry.

i will draw something everyday collaborates with Jeff Konigsberg. Check the project out here

i will draw something everyday collaborates with Jeff Konigsberg. Check the project out here

This Circular Theater Is Made Of Recycled Paper And Circus Tents This Circular Theater Is Made Of Recycled Paper And Circus Tents
The Heartbeat of an Explosion
What Should Tumblr Spend Its $1.1 Billion On? GIFs You Can Sit On!!! What Should Tumblr Spend Its $1.1 Billion On? GIFs You Can Sit On!!! What Should Tumblr Spend Its $1.1 Billion On? GIFs You Can Sit On!!!
Vitra celebrates the letter “V” and its iconic Eames lounge chair.