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74 old veteran Trevor Cowling from Australia is selling his record collection of 100.000 records. First he was searching for a single buyer to take the complete collection but is now open to sell the collection in parts. Interested in spending some pocket money in a well organized collection?

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Rampa, &ME, Adam Port, David Mayer and Reznik, part of the Keinemusik collective from Berlin granted us exclusive access to their creative rooms in Berlin. As they are finishing their 5th anniversary at the moment, we are really happy to catch them for a little interview and a studio tour. Take a look at their different studio corners where all the records including their newest release “Workparty FIVE” were produced.

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Vinyl Animations part 4

Low resolution, lower framerate and 265 colours. The good old GIF format from Compuserve is ageing but in times of social media

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Beach Decor – Beach decor and decor tips for beach lovers! Beach, Tropical, Hawaiian, Palm Tree, Lighthouse, Seashell and Nautical Decor plus Gecko and Metal Fish Wall Art. : Beach Decor

Jacki Roig

Sand Art – A Great Way To Decorate Your Home

Sand Art is a fun activity to do, and it’s so easy and effective! With Sand Art you can make a statement in your home and show how much you like the beach! When thinking of the beach, of course you have to think of sand! To me the beach and sand belong together. And […]

Colorful Beach Decor Makes Your Home Come To Life!

Colorful Beach Decor will freshen up your home and make it POP! When I think about colorful beach decor, usually I imagine different hues of blues, whites and sandy colors, with splashes of green. After all, that’s what it looks like at the beach, right? But what happens when you add accents of other, bolder […]

Wishing You A Beachy Christmas And A Sandy New Year!

It’s half past 12 at night here in Perth, Australia, on Christmas Day – and I am about to hit my bed! I was just still wrapping presents and putting them under our Christmas Tree. But I have

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Design Crush – Art, Design & Inspiration

Jacki Roig



December 18, 2019

It must have been May or June when Getaway first popped up on my radar. Their tiny cabins nestled in nature were instantly appealing to my boyfriend, Aaron, and I – we’re not very outdoorsy, but loved the idea of getting off the grid for even an evening and were thrilled that dogs are welcome. We’d originally planned for a trip timed to the changing leaves in autumn, but life intervened and we weren’t able to make it happen. Lucky for us, Getaway reached out last month to see if we wanted to try out their Beaver Creek outpost in Ohio that’s only a short 35 minute drive from our house.

Our overnight trip was scheduled for early December, the perfect time to sneak away during the holiday hustle. (Also, part of my plan to not over-stress this month!) In the weeks leading

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dedicated to the Art of Film Sound Design & Film Sound Theory

Jacki Roig

FilmSound.org
started as Film Sound Theory 1997 >> Read
Site History

Please feel
free to
link to FilmSound.org

What

people say

“Consider

it the online-bible of sound
design theory!”

Great site.
I’ve been
reading at least an article a
day for the last week and I’m
hooked already”

“I’ve been
working in sound for many years
and found lots of new ideas to
try out”

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bfi:
“Comprehensive information on film
sound”


filmmaking.net:
“An awesome site for any and all
interested in film sound.”


Yahoo:
“An engaging
resource for those in the biz as well
as casual fans of flicks.”


About:
“..this site is
chock full of resources for those
interested in the subject..”

DesigningSound.org
is a great resourse
dedicated the art and technique of
sound design. Highly recommended!
Find Film Sound Info at
FilmSound.org and linked sites
with “Sound Design Search”

Ben
Burtt demonstrates

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Art Deco Decor Custom Luxury Lighting, Furniture, Sculpture, Home Decor & More

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Who Are We?

For over 30 years Art Deco Decor has provided high-end luxury lighting, bronze sculpture, fine metal furniture, hardware and antique repair for: hotels, casinos, restaurants, fine art lovers and well known designers around the world. Our design, work and products have been humbly seen and featured all over the world within the most prestigious publications and renowned locations.

About Our Products

Art Deco Decor takes pride in providing the highest quality, most luxurious and quality crafted tables, pedestals, lighting fixtures, antiques, furniture and bronze sculpture at direct manufacturer wholesale pricing to: Interior Designers, Design Firms, Lighting Designers, Furniture Designers, Antique Dealers, Home Owners, Sculptors, Fine Artists, and Contractors.

Services We Provide

Art Deco Decor provides: Direct-to-Consumer Production, Construction of Design , Rework of Original Construction, Research and Development, Re-Design, Original Commercial and Home Lighting Design, Design Collaboration, Furniture Pattern Making, Casting, Mold Making, Marble and More!

Antique

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Art Deco – Wikipedia

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Influential visual arts design style which first appeared in France during the 1920s

Art Deco, sometimes referred to as Deco, is a style of visual arts, architecture and design that first appeared in France just before World War I. Art Deco influenced the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, fashion, cars, movie theatres, trains, ocean liners, and everyday objects such as radios and vacuum cleaners. It took its name, short for Arts Décoratifs, from the Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes (International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts) held in Paris in 1925. It combined modern styles with fine craftsmanship and rich materials. During its heyday, Art Deco represented luxury, glamour, exuberance, and faith in social and technological progress.

Art Deco was a pastiche of many different styles, sometimes contradictory, united by a desire to be modern. From its outset, Art Deco was influenced by

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Starting a design brief – Creating a design brief – GCSE Art and Design Revision

Jacki Roig

The starting point for any design is the design brief. The brief outlines what problem a design will solve. It should be referred to throughout the project to make sure what you are working on will solve this problem.

Design area

Areas of design - Interior (hotel reception), textiles and fashion, product design (chair), graphic communication (poster), jewellery (ring), architectural and environmental design

All designs fall into specific design areas. These include product design, graphic communication, textile and fashion, architecture, environmental design, interior design and jewellery.

Each area has different demands and will raise different questions around:

When deciding on a design area you should consider the following:

  • your skill level and experience
  • the materials and equipment available to you
  • whether this is an area that interests you

A successful brief

Whatever your design area, for the design brief to be successful you need to make sure that it:

  • describes a problem that will hold your interest
  • is something you are confident you can produce a response to
  • will challenge your skills
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Exterior Design For Small Houses ~ Art Facade

Jacki Roig

The facade of the house is the cosiness, warmth and beauty of your home. And also – the status indicator. Today there are a lot of options for finishing the facade. Choose the most suitable one – and your house will become the focus of warmth and coziness for you and your family.

Exterior house design for small spaces

The facades of small houses, whose design you like, are finished in different ways:

  • decorative plaster;
  • facing brick;
  • facade blocks (cassettes);
  • slabs of porcelain stoneware;
  • siding.
  • Each of these methods has its advantages.

Exterior house design for small spaces

The facades of one-storey houses with an attic have unlimited design possibilities. They can be decorated in different ways. The main and attic floor can be decorated in the same style or in different. Finishing looks from natural materials. For example, wood or wild stone. Relatively inexpensive option will be facing with plaster or siding.

Best small house designs in the world

Do you want

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designboom magazine | your first source for architecture, design & art news

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atelier satoshi takijiri creates arched interior for ‘joyo parc’ children’s space in japan

in combination with the thin curtains and soft natural light passing through, the arched interior echoes the atmosphere of a forest.

in combination with the thin curtains and soft natural light passing through, the arched interior echoes the atmosphere of a forest.

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the radrunner plus is rad power’s new ebike-moped hybrid

called the radrunner plus, it blends the accessible utilitarian design of the original radrunner with an all-new collection of upgrades for riders craving a »

called the radrunner plus, it blends the accessible utilitarian design of the original radrunner with an all-new collection of upgrades for riders craving a premium ebike experience.

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How to Become an Interior Designer || The Art Career Project

Jacki Roig

7. Alternatives to an Interior Design Degree – Independent Study

If you want to learn how to become an interior designer but the traditional path of design school isn’t for you, you can undergo independent study. You may have certain limitations in some states as to where you can work without licensure, and licensure requires education. However, there are many interior design career opportunities available for self-taught designers, provided that they have the same robust skills that a design school graduate does.

Here are the basic concepts you’ll need to study:

Principles of Interior Design

Read books and study other materials that cover the basics of interior design, including the principles of color, light, scale, and space. Learn how to design a space from concept to completion.

Drawing and Perspective

As an interior designer, you’ll need to create sketches of your ideas to show to clients. Learning how to draw

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