After meeting in design school at the Art Institutes, Josh Kenyon and Colby Nichols began their design careers in their hometown of San Diego. As their lives and careers progressed they found themselves in two very separate cities: Josh in Chicago and Colby in Portland. Though it would seem the distance would end their creative alliance, the two found new ways to co-produce, proving they may possibly share the same brain. Jolby combines their talents through Colby’s artistic obsession with creatures and shapes and Josh’s creative love for pattern and texture. In 2009, Josh moved to Portland, OR bringing the two artists together to collaborate in the same city for the first time. Here we have some beautiful and really so amazing shoes which designing on the shoe draw by hands. Here we look at an awesome illustration art work on shoes.
Archive for March, 2011
Concept cars are often radical in engine or design. Some use non traditional, exotic, or expensive materials, ranging from paper to carbon fiber to refined alloys. Others have unique layouts, such as gullwing doors, 3 or 6 (or more) wheels, or special abilities not usually found on cars. Because of these often impractical or unprofitable leanings, many concept cars never get past scale models, or even drawings in computer design. Other more traditional concepts can be developed into fully drivable (operational) vehicles with a working drivetrain and accessories. The state of most concept cars lies somewhere in between and does not represent the final product. A very small proportion of concept cars are functional to any useful extent. Here are some beautiful and amazing 25 cars concepts which is totally looking so awesome. Have a look below.
Peruvian territory was home to the Norte Chico civilization, one of the oldest in the world, and to the Inca Empire, the largest state in Pre-Columbian America. The Spanish Empire conquered the region in the 16th century and established a Viceroyalty, which included most of its South American colonies. After achieving independence in 1821, Peru has undergone periods of political unrest and fiscal crisis as well as periods of stability and economic upswing. Maybe, you have seen many times perfect landscapes of South America, but not everyone has ever had a chance to visit this wonderful country. When dreaming about visiting South America, a lot of destinations can strike you, however, Peru is one of the most remarkable and picturesque places that South America offers.
You might think needling together millions of toothpicks in the name of art is too tedious a triumph, but some artists swear the simple combination of glue and slivers of wood is perfect for creating sculptures. The projects below including a replica of the Taj Mahal and a gorgeous galleon are perfect examples of toothpick art at its most skilled. Some are the byproduct of years of work and some two week adventures, This Incredible and Amazing Toothpick art by artists Stan Munro. And Here Are The Awesome Sculptures art of Toothpick from them,Stan Munro works on his models at the Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse, New York, United States. He takes one day to six months to make each building using using millions of toothpicks.
Hoerboard, the maker of custom DJ furniture, has released a sleek new stand to support the ones and twos in style. The Hoerboard Scomber Mix DJ Stand is designed to fit classic turntables and modern cd/dvd players with a mixer in between. The dj equipment isn’t designed to rest on top of the stand, but to be inset in its top so the system’s outputs, cabling and other messes are hidden below its surface. In a night club or a home setting, what you see is what you get a stylish, almost monolithic looking stand where your musical entertainment is queued and controlled. We only wish there was a DJ Hero option. Here are some beautiful designs of Dj mix furniture have a look please.