Designers Create Folded Table Using One Square Meter Of Dibond ACM

Dibond is often chosen for exterior signage due the product’s weather resistant properties. Interestingly, this feature has allowed for the material’s expansion into the exterior furniture market. Dunger Design in Germany created a striking table design called One Square, named as such for using one square meter of Dibond aluminum composite material.

Photographer Captures Haunting Images Of Solders In Undocumented Battle

Unseen Waterloo: The Conflict Revisited’ is an explorative photography series by Sam Faulkner that commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. Its purpose is to capture imagery of the soldiers, as if photography had existed then.

Artist Creates Photography Series Of Wild Horses On The Eiffel Tower

Multimedia artist, Paola Pivi, creates dream-like artworks. Her photography series’ feature animals in surreal environments, donkeys in boats, zebras in snow, and her latest series showcases horses on the Eiffel Tower.

Online Retailers Cant Give Us What We Get Inside The Store

Although consumer goods are sold online, and the online shopping experience is both easy and convenient, there is something about the experience of being within a retail store that you simply cannot get online. The tangibility of feeling, holding and smelling products is a major draw, forcing online retailers to open brick and mortars.

Refurbished, Eco-Friendly Office Furniture Customized With FiberMate Graphics

Hired to design a new Chicago office space for The Chefs’ Warehouse with a significantly reduced budget over offices previously opened nationwide by the specialty food distributor, Julie Hardridge, owner/lead interior designer of Archetype Designs, resigned herself to exploring the repurposed furniture market

Artist Creates Uncategorized Exhibition Capturing Memorable Moments of Hip Hop Culture

Chi Modu is a Nigerian-born artist whose photography has gained global recognition. Given the opportunity at a young age to stay in the states, while his parents remained in Nigeria, he was given a unique sense of independence and self-awareness early on. After his college career at Rutgers, he got a job at The Source, which was the definitive magazine for hip-hop culture at the time.