Monday, January 31, 2011

Illustration - Lora Bananca

We first came across Lora through our good friends over at Designcollector and our friend Ram Castillo. Her work has a real quality about it with her use in perspectives, compostion, colour and textures. We get a real insight into her life and personality as she pulls from her experiences which is what I believe makes her work so impressive. To view more of her portfolio you can visit it online at www.bananca.co.uk











Photography - Valerie Chiang

Born in Taiwan in 1992, Valerie currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her interest in photography began when she joined the popular photo-sharing website Flickr. What started out as a mere hobby quickly progressed into a passion for fine art and fashion photography.


Photography is the medium Valerie uses as a method of escapism. By applying a mythical, almost enigmatic aesthetic to her work, Valerie always strives to offer viewers an opportunity to stretch their imaginations and form their own stories from her photographs. She incorporates elements of both realism and surrealism into her work, thus creating a world filled with daydreams, nightmares, and everything in between.


You can view her work online at http://valeriechiang.net






Friday, January 28, 2011

Inspiring Architecture


Villa-K by Cell Space Architects
Torreaguera Atresados / XPIRAL
Hawaii Preparatory Science Building by Flansburgh Architects
BV House / Biselli + Katchborian architects
La Cornette by YH2
Northwest Peach Farm by Bates Masi Architects
Lake Austin Residence / Lake|Flato Architects
Villa BH by WHIM Architecture
The Blue Residence in Greece by Nikos Koukourakis
Hurteau-Miller Cottage / Kariouk Associates
Mt Pleasant Residence
Parks House in California by Michael Parks
Lujan House / Robert Gurney Architect
45 Faber Park Residence by Ong & Ong Architects
T-house / ARCH 4
Sorte house by A.L.X.
The 23.2 House by Omer Arbel
The RainShine House by Architect Robert M. Cain
RTA-office: house c
Eastern Market Row House Renovation / David Jameson Architect