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Abandoned Presbyterian Church, Ross Island, India .
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Jan 30, 2014 / 146 notes

destroyed-and-abandoned:

Abandoned Presbyterian Church, Ross Island, India .

Source: Sharad Medhavi (flickr)

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Jan 28, 2014
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ceda vose snowtrainin’

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snowstormin’ dec. 2013

Jan 28, 2014 / 746 notes

thedsgnblog:

Anagrama   |    http://anagrama.com

"The shop started up as a project by Novelty’s partners once they returned from the exciting and ever-evolving New York fashion scene. The shop was to feature handpicked items that could be considered quirky and novel trendsetters, something you couldn’t find in any other shop, hence our choice for naming.  

Like its attire inventory, the brand is sober and feminine but has the ability to thrive among more eccentric elements, such as the watercolor marks in the stationery or the collage-like composition of its printed ad.”

Ideas exchanged generate constant inspiration. Different points of view, opposite focus conciliation and comprehension of our own views, complement our success. That is why we open our doors with the best attitude to continuously collaborate with the press and education.

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Jan 23, 2014 / 183 notes

iluvsouthernafrica:

(Zimbabwean) Saki Mafundikwa: The intricate world of Afrikan writing systems (TED Talks)

Saki Mafundikwa is a maverick visionary who left a successful design career in New York to return to his native Zimbabwe and open that country’s first school of graphic design and new media. Mafundikwa is the author of Afrikan Alphabets, a comprehensive review of African writing systems. He has participated in exhibitions and workshops around the world, contributed to a variety of publications and lectured about the globalization of design and the African aesthetic. In going home and opening his school, Mafundikwa’s ambition is nothing less than to jump-start an African renaissance. (aiga.org)

"I returned home last year after an absence that totalled twenty years, going to school and then working in the US. I decided to come back home to start ZIVA, a New Media Arts school. ZIVA, besides being an acronym for Zimbabwe Institute of Vigital Arts, is also a Shona word meaning “knowledge.”…

At the heart of ZIVA’s mission is a desire to create a new visual language – a language inspired by history, a language that is informed by but not dictated to or confined by European design, a language that is inspired by all the arts (sculpture, textiles, painting and Afrikan religion), a language whose inspiration is Afrikan. We are at a crossroads in the history of design right now with the young designers of the Western world rejecting the straitjacket confines of what design is and is not.

Nov 24, 2013 / 54 notes

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Breath

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galeria     Abigail Rorer     Mimpish Squinnies 2007

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