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styletaboo:

Matthias Kaiser - Carved Hayward Fall

styletaboo:

Matthias Kaiser - Carved Hayward Fall

design-is-fine:

Joseph Binder, poster artwork for New York World’s Fair, 1939. 

The Trylon and Perisphere had been the symbols of the Fair. Airplanes, searchlights, skyscrapers and an ocean liner provide other signs of modernity in this design, first-prize winner of the poster contest organized by the Fair’s sponsors. Source

design-is-fine:

Joseph Binder, poster artwork for New York World’s Fair, 1939.

The Trylon and Perisphere had been the symbols of the Fair. Airplanes, searchlights, skyscrapers and an ocean liner provide other signs of modernity in this design, first-prize winner of the poster contest organized by the Fair’s sponsors. Source

design-is-fine:

Sketch of gigantic airliner of the future, New York World’s Fair, 1939. Via NYPL

design-is-fine:

Sketch of gigantic airliner of the future, New York World’s Fair, 1939. Via NYPL

thebowerbirds:

Source: The Design Chaser
Oh god…..Gold kitchen cabinets. GOOOLLLLDDD I say! Must. have. them.

thebowerbirds:

Source: The Design Chaser

Oh god…..Gold kitchen cabinets. GOOOLLLLDDD I say! Must. have. them.

(via modernlove20)

bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Roy Lichtenstein ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ 1964
Ink and graphite on paper. 

bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Roy Lichtenstein ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ 1964

Ink and graphite on paper. 

(via markymonkey)

enochliew:

Garden Room by Indra Janda

Clad with hand-cut sheets of polycarbonate.

(Source: indrajanda.be, via thebigship83)

styletaboo:

Matthias Kaiser - Carved Hayward Fall

styletaboo:

Matthias Kaiser - Carved Hayward Fall

design-is-fine:

Joseph Binder, poster artwork for New York World’s Fair, 1939. 

The Trylon and Perisphere had been the symbols of the Fair. Airplanes, searchlights, skyscrapers and an ocean liner provide other signs of modernity in this design, first-prize winner of the poster contest organized by the Fair’s sponsors. Source

design-is-fine:

Joseph Binder, poster artwork for New York World’s Fair, 1939.

The Trylon and Perisphere had been the symbols of the Fair. Airplanes, searchlights, skyscrapers and an ocean liner provide other signs of modernity in this design, first-prize winner of the poster contest organized by the Fair’s sponsors. Source

design-is-fine:

Sketch of gigantic airliner of the future, New York World’s Fair, 1939. Via NYPL

design-is-fine:

Sketch of gigantic airliner of the future, New York World’s Fair, 1939. Via NYPL

thebowerbirds:

Source: The Design Chaser
Oh god…..Gold kitchen cabinets. GOOOLLLLDDD I say! Must. have. them.

thebowerbirds:

Source: The Design Chaser

Oh god…..Gold kitchen cabinets. GOOOLLLLDDD I say! Must. have. them.

(via modernlove20)

bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Roy Lichtenstein ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ 1964
Ink and graphite on paper. 

bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Roy Lichtenstein ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ 1964

Ink and graphite on paper. 

(via markymonkey)

enochliew:

Garden Room by Indra Janda

Clad with hand-cut sheets of polycarbonate.

(Source: indrajanda.be, via thebigship83)

About:

A collection of images in most part to do with cafes. This tumblr helped create Dead Man Espresso & gave me the confidence to design our new cafe Common Galaxia, which was inspired by images I have collected over the years on this site and is basically a living-reproduction of 12 Gauge. The brand behind our cafes and responsible for the design & any future projects is Sunkland, which takes it's name from Port Phillip Sunkland, a geology term referring to Melbourne... our home.
www.deadmanespresso.com.au
www.commongalaxia.com.au
www.sunkland.com.au

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