As much as I'm all for the design concept on the right, I do kind of like the one on the left with it's simple geometric line work to create the fox shape. All the designs shown in this article are good in their own way, If they are asking the public to choose I think they need to go to different types of institutions, educational sector like universities, brand agencies etc.
Beautiful car. I bet that goes fast. Lovely photography of the car too. What makes a brand more exclusive is designing such products by creating limited addition product lines. I find it fascinating knowing that there is only a certain amount of products been produced and nothing else, escpailly when you get cars made from the early 1900's and literlly only a couple left in the world.
Obviously it costs a lot of money to build skyscrapers but I'm such a fan of skylines that consist of high rise buildings, dream would obliviously be New York. I love the architectural structure of this building with its abstract curves. It reminds me of a church tower in Chesterfield a little bit with its bend like shape.
How cool. It's nice to see car companies take on other forms of sporting activities and design their own take on it. What I like about car brands reaching out to other platorms is that they design products in such a prestigious and luxious way, they never design anything cheap, it's always high class.
So beautiful and welcoming. I always wonder what designers homes look like, their interiors, colours, layout, furniture and lighting. I know I wouldn't really live in a house of this size it's never appealed to me, even if I was a millionaire.
Minimalist houses and the style in general has always appealed to me. Some people say they don't look warm and inviting, yes I can see what you mean in some ways but to me it feels clean and good for headspace.
This is a brilliant idea collaborating with legend artists. I'n the upcoming development or collaborations like this one they'll be introductions to Claude Monét and Da Vinci. Depending what brand does something similar, this could be something I'd like to wear.
I never really thought about this how you don't really see many females based statues, most of them are male dominant. I know with the way culture is today and how society is equal comparing to how live was in the 20th century, they will be more female statues globally.
Absolutely love this bridge, if I'm ever in Vietnam I'd make this a goal to visit this bridge. I love anything on the large scale that interacts with the environment around us, especially if it's in a human form like hands. It's interesting to see that these hands are coming out from the hillside, holding the bridge and allowing people to feel conencted with the hillside.
This underground garage is amazing. I love all the illustrations and abstract shapes, interacting with the building formation and ones that are unexplained. I think most underground or multi-story car parks should follow this direction. Creating and designing ways to represent the car-park brand, through colours, shapes, anything. Shopping centres like Intu, which are based all over the UK should brand their aesthetics through their car-parks or follow something similar. They