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Bilbao

A shot of our Bilbao being installed at the Kedron-Wavell Services Club.

A simple rolled curve reversed in each end of a full sheet of stainless steel has created a truly beautiful sculpture – each of the full size panels has a mirror polished side and a satin brushed side giving the viewing audience a constantly changing scene. Lighting is by way of external focused downlights as well as clear glass marbles with LED bipins suspended in selected voids throughout.

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IIDA Sustainable Quilting Bee 2015

 

It’s that time again.  Below is information on the kick-off meeting for the 6th Annual IIDA Sustainable Quilting Bee. If you’ve never quilted before this might be the time to experiment, with your peers. If you have this might be a great creative outlet for you. Please, if you’re interested plan on attending the first Bee of the season. If you are going to attend let me know and I will add you to the list, for the security desk.
daniel.tillman@c3design.info
C3 Design

C3 Design

Date: Thursday Aug. 7th

 

Time: 6pm

 

Place :  Herman Miller Showroom | 1177 Avenue of the Americas

 

 

Please let us know your that team will participate again and come prepared to start discussing ideas.

 

Also,  please feel free to forward this invite along.

 

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We look forward to seeing everyone!!!

 

IDA Awards Announcement: Yellow Goat Design – The Humphrey Project

The Humphrey Project:

Humfrey and Friends

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The IDA Juries have finalized this year’s annual Design Awards winners selections

Jul 15 2014

LOS ANGELES, Jul 01 2014 Los Angeles, Yellow Goat Design of United States was awarded: Second Prize in Other Products designs Competition for the Humfrey Project.

IDA honorary juries examined over 1000 entries submitted by architects and designers of interiors, fashion, products, and graphics from 52 countries throughout the world. After final decisions had been made, the jury rewarded the best professional and emerging designers for their achievements in terms of design, creativity, usability and innovation. Judging was a rigorous process, with winners receiving publication of their work in the International Design Awards Book of Designs. The coveted IDA Trophy will be awarded to all Designer of the Year title winners at the official biennial International Design Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles.

This annual competition recognizes, honors and promotes legendary design visionaries and uncovers emerging talents in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic and Fashion Design on global level.

The members of the jury included Alice Blackwood Editor, Design Quarterly, Kahi Lee – Host, HGTV’s “Design on a Dime”, Style Network’s “My Celebrity Home”, Melissa Sterry – Interdisciplinary Design Scientist, Founder, Societas,Josh Rubin – Editor-in-Chief, Founder, and Publisher, Cool Hunting, Martin Venzky – Stalling, Senior Advisor, CMU STeP, Jeffrey Nemeroff – Co-Founder, Creative Director, Entra Magazine, Jordan Landes-Brenman CEO, Haute House PR & Marketing, Raj Nandan – Managing Director, Indesign Group, William Menking – Founder, Editor-in-Chief, The Architects’ Newspaper, Nicole Lloyd – Senior Art Buyer, Deutsch, Inc., Rebecca Epstein Kong – Co-founder, Artware Editions, Aaron Kenedi – Editor-in-Chief, Print, Geraldine Grisey – Editor, Punky B Fashion Diary.

The Yellow Goat Design of United States, was awarded: Second Prize prize in Other Products designs competition for the Humfrey project

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Meet Humfrey, the life-size hippo. He dons a shiny tail and loves kids. He’s CNC cut, glued, sanded and polished. Dimensions: Shown to life-size, available in other sizes & finishes upon request.

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For More Information Contact: Daniel Tillman | daniel.tillman@c3design.info

The Famous Artworks That Inspired 15 Films

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There is a fascinating interplay between the visual cultures of film and art. Directors have frequently used imagery from painting and other art forms to shape the look and meaning of their works. Earlier this week, website Philebrity appealed to our inner art history nerd and reminded us of a strong visual influence behind Terrence Malick’s 1978 film Days of Heaven. We feature the movie’s art-world doppelgänger after the jump, along with other artworks that informed frames and entire visual themes in different movies.

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