APPLY ARTS

Designer documenting/appreciating: ANY TYPE OF ART DONE WITH A PRACTICAL APPLICATION; THE APPLICATION OF DESIGN AND AESTHETICS TO OBJECTS OF FUNCTION AND EVERYDAY USE...INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, GRAPHIC DESIGN, FASHION, INTERIOR DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, DECORATIVE ARTS

mymodernmet:

For the December 2012 issue of National Geographic, photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols journeyed to the Sequoia National Park in California in order to capture photographs of “the President,” a giant sequoia that is the third largest tree in the world. Using 126 individual photos, Nichols stitched together a single image of the massive tree.

(via everydayfrustone)

dianasakorn:

Along with the creative implications, playing with LEGO® bricks also helps with understanding spatial concepts. Get started on these 17 projects and become a LEGO® Master.

Knew there was a reason I’ve always been obsessed with LEGOS.

designcloud:

Mind blowing paintings made with miscellaneous objects.

An outstanding artist Jane Elizabeth Perkins in her Plastic Classics art series, used many miscellaneous objects she found, like buttons, pins, clips, pen cap, plastic toys, LEGO pieces, key chain, keys, etc. She have re-created paintings like DaVinci’s Mona Lisa, and made portraits of famous Albert Einstein, Queen of Britain, and Nelson Mandela.

(Source: bluebowerbird.co.uk)