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  1. 387 houses of Peter Fritz

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    An astonishing junk shop find is the handmade record of bygone Austrian architecture.

    View the rest here: www.designboom.com

     
  2. Philip Karlberg for Plaza Magazine

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    Philip Karlberg, whose stylish and immaculate photography has charmed us in the past with work like Pin Art Portraits, got a little fruity for his latest work. Shot with stylist Mattias Nyhlin for the current, May edition of Plaza Magazine, take a look at these sunny, tasty fruity faces. They may appear restrained, but are as always effortless, light hearted, and just a little tongue-in-cheek.

    www.minkmgmt.com

     
  3. Chelsea Flower Show

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  4. Southbank Festival – Queen’s Walk Window Garden

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    A few photos from the Queen’s Walk Window Gardens exhibition on Southbank, well worth a look!

    www.southbankcentre.co.uk

     
  5. Advertising foliage for Southbank’s Festival of Neighbourhood

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    This street level billboard has its own window box, a lovely way of bringing the festival and the advert to life.

    www.southbankcentre.co.uk

     
  6. American Airlines vs Avianca

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    The Avianca logo seems to look very similar to another well-establlished airline I know ...

     
  7. The Welsh Space Campaign

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    I attended the Goldsmith’s Design BA degree show last week and particularly liked this project by Hefin Jones. Playful, well crafted and clearly communicated.

    From the site:

    ‘The Welsh Space Campaign (WSC) launches ordinary Welsh people into outer space, by finding a cosmic context for Welsh culture, skills and traditions. A spacesuit has been built through a collaboration between myself and a selection of people from small communities around Wales. A plumber has built a pressure system for the spacesuit, a traditional clog maker has made space clogs, and the last remaining wool mills in Wales have provided material for the spacesuit. The WSC shows the craftspeople of Wales that they have the capacity to explore space, and to show that off-world culturalisation can be achieved through a collective communitarian effort. By enriching culture in space, we can enrich culture on Earth.’

    www.hefinjones.co.uk