Picture 1I love all aspects of design, fashion isn’t my only passion (that rhymed!), my eyes do not discriminate when it comes to what I believe is beautiful. Today by way of one of my favorite websites LOUDreams I spotted the Melbourne Theater Company’s new recital center located in Melbourne Australia.

From LOUDreams:

This, the new home for the Melbourne Theater Company, is equipped with a 500 seat drama theater as well as full backstage facilities, while using the best technology that is offered for indoor theaters.

This theater is the stuff dreams are made of. Beautifully crafted and designed to not only suit the thespians needs but also the needs of the audience. More after the jump:

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Taking the advice of a friend of mine, I decided to check out the Flickr album of Hulk4598 where he (or she, I’m not quite sure) takes the random and sometimes stupid comments of some notable figures (Britney Spears, Darth Vader) and fancies them up a bit with graphics. Totally worth taking a look at, you can see some of my favorites here.

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Ceiling Porn.

July 3, 2009

Baha'i House of Worship designed by Alfred Shaw

Baha'i House of Worship designed by Alfred Shaw

Highlighting the most underrated part of a room, blog Deputy Dog showcases their top 10 most favored ceiling designs. From modern subways, to traditional places of worship, the locations on their list are nothing short of awe inspiring. Makes you want to take a look above you eh’? A look at my favorite ceiling porn below!

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Just in time for the 4th of July holiday weekend, American brand Levi’s debuts it’s newest campaign entitled ‘Go Forth’. With campaign elements including television, print, and digital media, the brand is planning to broadcast the campaign which embodies the American poineering spirit across North America, Chile, and Canada. Campaign spot ‘America’ will be in cinemas beginning this Friday in cities such as Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco, while the second spot ‘O Pioneer’ will debut July 24th. Both spots are said to run until the end of August and are around 60 seconds in length. Print advertising will also begin in July in such magazines as Interview, Spin, Fader, Vice, and Soma to name a few.

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Matt W. Moore - Parallel Universe

Matt W. Moore - Parallel Universe

Artist and graphic designer Matt W. Moore debuted his latest exhibit in San Paulo Brazil just last week stating that his source of inspiration came directly from the city itself. Traveling to the vibrant city for one month in preparation, Moore initially had no concrete plans or ideas for the collection of art, but stated that after spending time in Brazil’s largest city the solo project came together after absorbing the Brazilian culture. Full of vibrant colors and geometric shapes, the Parallel Universe series of artwork are entirely done with spray paint Moore’s favorite ingredient for his artwork. Parallel Universe can be seen in San Paulo Brazil until July 25, 2009.

Sarah Applebaum Artwork.

June 30, 2009

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Sarah Applebaum is an extraordinary artist working and living in the colorful city of San Francisco. Her work is made up of colorful pieces made of felt or crocheted together to make what seems like living and breathing works of art that can span and engulf an entire room. Visually stimulating, the large installations of Sarah’s art work make you want to reach out and scoop up every part around your body. That’s how awesome she is, take a look for yourself!

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vintage-coke-can-designHow cool are these vintage Coke cans? My grandmother use to work for Coca Cola and when she died she gave my brother an original Coke bottle, back when  Coca Cola was all glass. It’s a beautiful artifact and shows the true workmanship that went into creating that iconic piece of advertising.

This collection of cans take me back to the 1950’s, and reminds me of Roy Lichtenstein artwork. Very pop art-esq…

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