I’ve been collecting pictures of things that inspire or intrigue me all year, at first for my journal assignment, then for my observation assignment, now just out of habit. Here’s a big batch that hopefully I can come back to later to steal some ideas from.
purple on pink, muted
one of two ice-chandeliers in australia. it drips. the same pipe that cools the kegs runs through this chandelier.
casts made of twigs
casts made from gumnuts
i need to remember this for second year when i will undoubtably be asked to design an iron
drawing tools to remember
foam model making tools to investigate
cup holder made from a tub lid. sits at just the right height.
case around camera to silence it
umbrellas always turn inside out
limited pixels make for concise stories
its cork! feels like leather.
hail or fancy ice spheres?
beautiful and disgusting. love these colours
resin with an image at the bottom. attention at top, but visible beneath.
great business cards at 2016 ID grad show
this is the type of image shown in good posters at the ID grad show. (the product was the fire place)
some things you can touch, some things you cant. keep all iterations for show!
this seems super useful.
seaweed set in resin. looks like its still drifting in the sea.
best xmas dress!
amazing popup book
the mask comes off
the possibilities of vacuum forming!
love these graphics
this bag is seriously the best. it even works as a shot bag!
classic rain behaviour…
negative image when in use. so thoughtful. Kei would love this.
the way it sits on the floor! and the shape and the material. so different. when i first saw this i thought it was a wireless ear bud.
love this exploded view.
filament designs, not just a lamp shade
made of cork
salad servers that sit together
mortar and pestle made of different materials
thin copper wire looks like red hair ringlets.
seat spins, not whole chair
jeffrey smart building stairwell. one material and form for walls and handrail.