#Structure   #lines   #drawing  
60 Knot designs from the Man on Wire

60 Knot designs from the Man on Wire

(Source: fastcodesign.com)

#knots   #books   #man on wire  
cabinets of curiosity

cabinets of curiosity

(Source: Wikipedia)


Blueprints Of Plants by Macoto Murayama via Fast Co. Design

It is not only an image of a plant, but representation of the intellect’s power and its elaborate tools for scrutinizing nature. The transparency of this work refers not only to the lucid petals of a flower, but to the ambitious, romantic and utopian struggle of science to see and present the world as transparent (completely seen, entirely grasped) object. Paradoxically, this scientific challenge to measure the Universe might eventually become one of the sources where art of Murayama draws its strength of fantasy and odor of romanticism, becoming a part of Botech Art, symbiosis of Botanical Art and Technology.

(via chriswoebken)

The cities that live behind walls

The cities that live behind walls

(Source: io9.com)

#city   #walls   #Architecture  

(Source: Flickr / sojamo)

#diagram   #system   #graphic  


An app that allows kids to learn alphabets by incorporating drawings around the device.

(Source: drawnimal.com)


Kolam (via Yesterday Was Dramatic, Today is OK)

Kolam is a rangoli traditionally composed of geometric lines and shapes, drawn around a grid pattern of dots. It is drawn by south Indian women with rice or chalk powder in front of their homes. 

(via designed-for-life)

#kolam   #geometric   #pattern  

24 April, 18.10 by Timo Arnall.