Sweden is home to a rich design history where the principle that form follows function is felt in everything from fashion to public transportation. A key focus of the Swedish auto industry—spearheaded by Volvo—and indeed the country as a whole, is……
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“There are very good, solid, scientific reasons for being really quite frightened just now.”
For this season of Doctor Who, Ross Miller and Kwame Opam will be sounding off on each episode in a series of emails we’ll be publishing on the site. This week it’s “In the Forest of the Night” (warning: spoilers ahead). Check out our previous recaps: “Deep Breath,” “Into the Dalek,” “Robots of Sherwood,” “Listen,” “Time Heist,” “The Caretaker,” “Kill the Moon,” “Mummy on the Orient Express,” and “Flatline.”
A splendid piece that took almost two years to create. The result of the hard work of Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth, aka Tugboat, an artistic duo based in Pittsburgh.
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Kilian Schönberger has been feature on inspiration hut multiple times before, here is his project 'The Blue forest'. Featuring a beautiful forest with striking composition and gorgeous colors, to see more projects by Kilian click here and here. "Landscape and architecture photographer from Cologne/Germany. Colorblind but addicted to photography." Kilian Schönberger's Website
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Read more about Grow a virtual forest with this amazing vegetation generator at CreativeBloq.com
We first reviewed SpeedTree version 6.0 and found it to be a really solid, easy-and-fun tree and vegetation generator. And now, some two years later, version 7.0 has arrived with a host of new features and enhancements. The user interface has had an overhaul and now the most oft-used tools are never far away, with icons that are actually visible this time. It’s not radically different to its predecessor, but does feel more coherent and logical.
Portland, Oregon studio Band recently launched a new project for Forest for the Trees, a Pacific Northwest-based public mural project which aims to engage the community in the process of art-making. In addition to developing the brand identity, Band also collaborated on some of the mural painting.
If you’re interested in learning more, you can get a more in-depth glimpse into the project, the murals and the artists behind them right here, on the Forest for the Trees site.
While you’re be sure to check out this short documentary about the project by Empire Green Creative:
When browsing through Frances Close’s portfolio for the first time recently, her work for the Grand Rapids Urban Forest Renewal Project immediately caught my eye. Designed at Plenty, the project represents a new initiative that raises awareness about the importance of trees by encourages residents to help track and add to the urban canopy. Be sure to check out Frances’s project page to get a closer look.
Creative Director: Gwen O’Brien
Lead Designer: Frances Close
Illustrator: Geoff Holstad