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MAUD   |    http://maud.com.au

"Nomad is a res­taur­ant serving exclus­ively local and Aus­tralian pro­duce. Our design solution stretches from brand through to interior and signage, and employs a raw and natural aesthetic that is sympathetic to the restaurant’s culinary approach. One of the features of the interior design is a commissioned art piece from CJ Hendry an emerging young artist based in Bris­bane. CJ is renowned for intric­ate photoreal­ist still life pen draw­ings. The logo is a deliberate reference to the free-spirited nature of a Nomad with letters drift­ing from their original place.”

Maud cre­ates pro­voc­at­ive design that builds brands and busi­nesses. Our approach is hon­est, driven by human insight and always starts with brand strategy. We’re multi-disciplinary team of thinkers who place func­tion before aes­thetic and work to cre­ate endur­ing design solu­tions that con­nect with people.

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7knotwind:

Eduardo Chillida
plans and renderings for Mount Tindaya


Amidst controversy, and at a cost exceeding $25 million Euros, work continues on the Mount Tindaya project—
The sculpture consists of a huge* cubic void with two vertical light wells to be excavated from the inside a revered Canary Island mountain.

Chillida’s original idea was for visitors to experience the immensity of the space. "The sculpture has been conceived as a monument to tolerance and a work of art for the Canary people,” Chillida wrote before his death in 2002. “I do not want it to be a cause of division or a stone to be thrown in political battles which I do not understand and have no desire to get involved in.”

* — each side of the cube will measure 131 feet with the roof of the cave reaching as high as that of the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern

sachinteng:

30 Day Challenge // Day 24 // Something That Represents Your Favorite Culture
I’m Buddhist and I’ve always loved the imagery even before I was. The wrathful deities from Tibetan and Mahayana art always fascinated me as a kid. They were like transformations the gods took on in battle. Like a monster magical girl I guess. His is name is Mahakala. Power Prism Make Up.

sachinteng:

30 Day Challenge // Day 24 // Something That Represents Your Favorite Culture

I’m Buddhist and I’ve always loved the imagery even before I was. The wrathful deities from Tibetan and Mahayana art always fascinated me as a kid. They were like transformations the gods took on in battle. Like a monster magical girl I guess. His is name is Mahakala. Power Prism Make Up.

Reblogged from molotov cocktail