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a wooden chair and foot rest made out of wood
Joseph Walsh designs-Organic figures combined with geometric tables and consoles
a sculpture made out of wood and metal with a sail on it's side
Alain Douillard | Steel and Leather Chair, 1970.
two wooden chairs with wavy lines on them, one in the shape of a bird
The amazing furniture works of Bae Se-hwa, part 1 - Core77
Korean artist Bae Se-hwa started generating blog buzz following the appearance of his Steam 11 walnut chair
a wooden chair sitting on top of a white floor next to a gray wall with light coming through it
Design Archives
Alejandro Estrada (designer). The Pipo Chair, produced for sale by Guatemalan manufacturer Piegatto, was imagined to utilize wood as the sole material for the entire design.
an abstract sculpture is displayed on the wall
Reclaimed Art
construct 1 / Reclaimed Art by Labros Sekliziotis, via Behance
a piece of art that is on the wall
Reclaimed Art
construct 2 / Reclaimed Art by Labros Sekliziotis, via Behance
an architectural drawing showing the design for a stained glass window
architecture of silence
La rose de la façade de Notre-Dame de Paris, circa 1220. Illustration issue du Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle, par Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, 1856.
an image of some type of mechanical device that is in the shape of a clock
Gothic window details.
a poster with the words making climb written in brown and white ink on top of it
Making the Climb
This is an actual book. The cover is great. It's something that I could imagine could be on one of our Personal Yearbooks. I like how it's simple but you can tell has a lot of meaning.
an advertisement for the new yorker magazine with a skier on it's skis
Illustrator Birgit Schõssow on learning that her image would be on the cover of the Feb. 4, 2013 issue: "For a German illustrator, the goal can seem so very far away. Now, I’m so thrilled. I’ve never made an image with so few things on it, and there it is.” Click-through for a slideshow of past New Yorker covers about winter sports: