Monday, June 28, 2010

Sweet Disposition

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Monday, June 21, 2010

that's why i love summer moscow

Man Art/Philippe Pasqua

I visited Philippe Pasqua exhibition today
his works look greater in real...

i had 1 thought that followed me the whole exhibition

these paintings were made by A Man
(that's what made his works more awesome for me)
Philippe paints with a full brush on huge canvases
so that every detail of a portret can be seen
and every emotion is so open and vivid

if you have an opportunity to see his works - use it
his pencilworks are also worth seeing

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Sasha at Work

taken by Olya
postproducted by me)

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Friday, June 18, 2010

Best dream i have seen recently

frankly speaking, it is not only the best dream i have seen,
but the first one i remembered for a very long time

i just fell aslep for an hour not more)

...i was lying on the beach
looking at the sun
and someone was hugging me...

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

feels like there is a rain season here
but it's much much much better than a crazy heat

plus i have a wondeful opportunity
to show my new umbrella off

days seem endless
we move with a "lounge speed"
under the gloomy sky
showing off our new and not very new umbrellas
there's a feeling that we have time

always forget to tell:
there are so many stylish grandads
near my work
i can't help but admire them

everytime i see them
i feel sorry for the fact
i don't have a camera at this very moment

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Flyin' Flowers named Cyclamens

the best present

Monday, June 14, 2010

Telefon Tel Aviv I Lied

UBPA B3-2 Pavilion by Studio Archea (Shanghai, China)

UBPA B3-2 PAVILION by Studio Archea 1

UBPA B3-2 PAVILION by Studio Archea

UBPA B3-2 PAVILION by Studio Archea

Work of Italian Architects Studio Archea

As the project is part of a cooperation program

between the Expo and the Italian Ministry of the Environment,

the design also turned the concept of an industrial-inspired envelope into a mechanism for

spreading natural light so that the space could be fully lit without using any energy.

It was designed and built to be able to be disassembled

and reassembled in another place.

The metal structure is clad in diamond-shaped panels

of flexible silicon fabric and the building is designed to be dissembled and reused easily after the expo.


Gaudi Chair by Studio Geenen

Dutch designer Bam Geenen of Studio Geenen has designed a chair using hanging

chains to determine its form.

Gaudi Chair by Studio Geenen

Called Gaudi Chair, the piece is made of a carbon-fibre weave and a glass-reinforced nylon rib structure.

Gaudi Chair by Studio Geenen

It is based upon architect Antonio Gaudí’s modelling method used to design arches of optimum strength.

Gaudi Chair by Studio Geenen

Gaudi Chair

The Gaudi Chair is the follow-up of the Gaudi Stool which was created in 2009.

It was designed using the same method as Antoni Gaudi, who made models of hanging chains,

which upside-down showed him the strongest shape for his churches.

Additionally, to be able to determine the structure of the chair’s backrest, a software script was used.

Gaudi Chair by Studio Geenen

The script was based on three steps: Firstly the distribution of forces across the surface of the chair.

Secondly the direction of forces defined the direction of the ribs.

Finally the amount of force specified the height of a rib.

Gaudi Chair by Studio Geenen

Materials and techniques were chosen to create a lightweight chair.

The surface is of carbonfiber, the ribs are made of glass-filled nylon,

by selective laser sintering. The project researches how new

technoloqy can be based on simple, logical concepts.

In this case a concept which has proven it’s strength and beauty for over a hundred years.

Viva La Cosiness

Mary Lynn Turner and Marie and Emily Turner