Color! Close-up of Tri-Folds Couch by Camille Paillard. Via Mocoloco.
Pattern! Color! Via natgeofound:
A group of scarabs from the Scarabaeid family, July 1929.
Photograph by Edwin L. Wisherd, National Geographic
Pattern! Via nevver:
Lock the gates!
Sarah Stone (British, 1761/62–1844)
The Morgan Library
Color and yellow wallpaper.
Siesta, 1901, Stephanie Glax. (1865 - 1936)
One of my favorite design finds this week: the Clawfoot Bowl by Kenjiro Yamakawa.
Playful perspective: Joseba Eskubi
(Source: monsieuruntitled, via largerloves)
In progress! #ICFF
Pattern! Color! Via llewmejia:
I am starting a new project something that has always fascinated me are scientific charts. So I am going to start making them…some truth, some elaboration, but that’s what the masters did too.
Illustration of a Gharial,(Gavialis gangeticus) a rare freshwater crocodile that inhabits only two rivers in Nepal and India. These crocs are going extinct and it’s a shame, hence the precious egg emphasized. They don’t breed well in captivity and happen to be the only croc with a visible sexual dimorphism.Look at that nose!
More to come!
Pattern! Color! The Cedars encaustic tile by Grow House Grow.
Tampa Hi-Fi Sampler Percussion
(via The Accidental Optimist)