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dikua:  The Other Sun by jacob Hashimoto

Scale: Jacob Hashimoto work using traditional kite-making techniques on a grand scale from his studio in Brooklyn. Small kite elements are handmade from paper and adhered onto a bamboo frame.

MA|UA museum by TRIAS studio honors architect jørn utzon's legacy in sydney

Concept Gallery of TRIAS Proposes Museum to House Jørn Utzon Archive in Sydney Concept-maps, blueprints, architecture

Memoria y Archivo by Christian Boltanski (Photo: Courtesy National University of Tres de Febrero / Muntref)

Boltanski espalha arte por Buenos Aires

Christian Boltanski I don't think this is actually a split drape, but that would be a sick idea.

"Cheka Kidogo": Congolese Fashion Exhibition Aims To Raise Awareness of Continued Violence

"Cheka Kidogo": Congolese Fashion Exhibition Aims To Raise Awareness of Continued Violence

Super cabana pra festa infantil. Sabe aquela barraca esperta que vc leva pra praia? Pq não usar na festinha? Decore a gosto e seja feliz.

Decoração de Festa Infantil Temas para festa de criança

A-frame table supports: great way to have somewhere to hang signage and lighting, as well as suspending items for sale

A-frame table supports: great way to have somewhere to hang lights & banners. Great for a market stall or handmade display.

Porcelain Lamp

A Charming Pulley System Makes These Lamps Adjustable

1883 Hawaiian Quarter Dollar. PCGS PF63 In a new secure plus holder. . Lovely gold and blue toning on the rims. A small obverse mark is noticeable to the left of the date. The 1883 Kingdom of Hawaii coinage dies were engraved by noted Philadelphia Mint specialist Charles E. Barber who had a hand in making many of, if not most of the Proof U.S. coins that were struck in those days. His talent went into the engraving and manufacture of the dies that struck this fascinatingly beautiful series…

1883 Hawaiian Quarter Dollar. PCGS PF63 In a new secure plus holder. . Lovely gold and blue toning on the rims. A small obverse mark is noticeable to the left of the date. The 1883 Kingdom of Hawaii coinage dies were engraved by noted Philadelphia Mint specialist Charles E. Barber who had a hand in making many of, if not most of the Proof U.S. coins that were struck in those days. His talent went into the engraving and manufacture of the dies that struck this fascinatingly beautiful series…

367 Likes, 16 Comments - Richelle Bergen (@richellebergen) on Instagram: “All set up and ready to go!”

This is the perfect example of "displaying" product. Instead of trying to fit as much stock as possible on the tall fixture, prints are merchandised in a visually pleasing manner.

Presentation belysning | Kenneth Pils

Presentation belysning | Kenneth Pils

Presentation interör installation | Kenneth Pils

Presentation interör installation | Kenneth Pils

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