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A Cut Above the Rest, the Art of Kirigami
Kirigami? Don’t you mean Origami? Most people are familiar with the paper folding process we now know as origami? Kirigami is similar to origami in that it is a form of paper art. The major difference is that in origami, you fold paper whereas in kirigami, you fold and cut paper.
A Sustainable Structure
When you think of urban city locations or large metropolitan areas, you probably think of large skyscrapers, various forms of public transportation as well as the hustle and bustle of everyday commuters. Most would describe these locations as “concrete jungles”, due to the implied chaos that comes when living in the big city. But the term “concrete farm” might be more appropriate in this case.
The Final Straw
You may have noticed while dinning at your favorite restaurant or eatery that something is different — as you go to grab an iced cold drink to wash down that burger, you might be wondering where that long plastic device, which allows for more convenient consumption, has gone missing.
Smartphone Developers Race to Be A ‘Notch’ Above the Rest
We know the term ‘less is more’ and it is often used to express the view that a minimalist approach to design or aesthetic tends to be more effective or impactful. Smartphones have been leaning into this ideology since the early conception of cell phones (minus the 80’s ‘brick’ phones) and it seems that in the process phones are getting slimmer, smaller, lighter and sleeker.
Ikebana Flower Arrangement: Art in Growth
As visionaries we are always on the lookout for the next big thing or perhaps that next moment of inspiration to help propel our creative minds to what maybe our latest crowning achievement. And while most of us are quick to do a google search for ‘designs that inspires’, you might want to take a closer look at admiring the natural design provided by the world around us.