Miko No Yu hot spring powder packaging design concept by Chiun Hau You - http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2017/01/miko-no-yu-bath-powder.html

Miko No Yu (Student Project)

Miko No Yu Designer: Chiun Hau You Project Type: Student Project Class: Package Design I @ Taiwan Tech Professor: Ting Chien Lin Technical supports: Jack Liu, Sheu Yong Packaging Content: Hot spring bath powder Location: Taipei, Taiwan

painting by Marco Reichert

Artist: Marco Reichert ~ Title:Magic Mountain VI ~ Medium: Oil on canvas ~ Size: 150 x 100 cm ~ This artist used an array of colors to create a reflective feel that looks like crumpled metal.

I like the idea of creating vine like features that drape from my Triffid costumes to increase their size and make the movement of them less rigid.  This plant demonstrates an interesting texture that I can use to develop my textiles ideas.   "drosophyllum lusitanicum- carnivorous plant."

natureisthegreatestartist: “What’s this? It’s a carnivorous plant called drosophyllum lusitanicum. And those sparkling droplets are actually sweet, sticky secretions that trap insects.

GENTL AND HYERS PHOTOGRAPHY: I really love their work, I especially love this piece, the harsh dramatic light, the broad shadow, this style of lighting is one that I would like to experiment with in my own work

Windows by Jim Darling | Windows by Jim Darling | The best part of any plane ride, executed beautifully in paint and wood. I love this idea. // loved by www.herrsuite.com

I could draw the shape of an eye and fill the inside with my views, favourite places, favourite people, favourite sounds etc.

Blue Fields

Blue Salt Fields

Simon Butterworth - Blue Fields Photographer Simon Butterworth has beautifully captured the Useless Loop solar salt operation in Shark Bay, Australia to create a stunning aerial photography series.

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