As it’s very transparent that Architectural works are perceived as cultural and political symbols and works of art. Historical civilizations are often known primarily through their architectural achievements. Cities, regions and cultures continue to identify themselves with (and are known by) their architectural monuments. We are lucky to exist in a revolutionary generation where we have a chance to see pattern braking Architectural achievements by modern blood. The Architecture expressed by the dreams, spirit and aspirations of a nation or a whole community stand as an expression of its core unique values in matter and the multiplicity of different styles and typologies found in modern Art reflect the socio-economic, cultural, ideological, ecological and climatic factors that have shaped us over 3 decades.
Category - Inspiration
Inspiration category includes everything that tickles your creativity such as ideas and innovational projects.
Luxury, Poverty & Charity
Cordaid from United Kingdom which is a charity organization has made a new marketing campaign, by using an African woman as a...Read More
Magical Photos Of Children
Photographer Adrian McDonald has captured beautiful photos of kids in the rural Jamaican parish of Westmoreland.Read More
Surrealist Pictures of Cities Made with iPhone
Throughout high school Swopes designed but focused most on working outside of designing because there wasn’t much design work...Read More
Desert Cities in Middle East Area
Luca Curci architects studio presents Desert City, a project proposal for a sustainable way to live the desert. The project was...Read More
Dispersion Pixelates Melting Train
Located in Su-in Line Memorial Park, Dispersion 1 by Yong Ju Lee is designed for restoring part of narrow-gauge train at one end...Read More
In just one image, illustrator and photographer Carter Asmann reveals three passions in his life: motorcycles, drawing, and...Read More
Perfectly Timed Photographs
Perfectly timed photos are the most wanted moments by all photographers. It’s all about being at the right place and at the...Read More
Seriously, a balloon dog 10 times my size? A giant floppy disk that looks like it has 1 terabyte storage inside? A giant camera, if equipped with flashing light, that could blind me? Heck, all of these mentioned objects actually exists in our world, and they have been adopted by designers worldwide to either attract the mass audience, or show off their heavyweight creativity!
Self-taught photographer Michael Paul Smith (born in 1950 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) creates amazing forced perspective outdoor scenes. The scenes are made at 1/24 scale using his diecast model car collection. The author’s skills make the models look like they belong in the environment.