The Clerkenwell Archway by Giles Miller: Clerkenwell Design Week is underway and visitors to the main venue arrive through an archway clad in wooden hexagons by London designer Giles Miller.
The Clerkenwell Archway by Giles Miller The Clerkenwell Archway has been built from thousands of hexagonal pieces of laser-cut timber, set on wedges and angled to give differing shades and create light-based pixelation.
The Clerkenwell Archway by Giles Miller Although each laser-cut wooden component is identical in size, they’s set at different angles to catch the light and depict architectural detailing and lettering that’s similar to the Victorian stone facade outside.
The Clerkenwell Archway by Giles Miller - prehaps not crafty but amazingly inspirational, nonetheless!
Timber Alexander Tiles // Small hexagonal tile laid on a surface at varied angles to show differing shades and create subtle imagery and graphics >>> Giles Miller Studio
Photographer Patrik Lindell makes the ordinary extraordinary.
Described as “hopperistic” by the New York Times and New Yorker, Gail Albert Halaban’s series of photos titled Out My Window, provides a look into the private worlds of ordinary people. // By Gail Albert Halaban
This photography work by Swedish photographer Patrik Lindell really fascinates me. His work is so focused and consistent. The compositions are straight-forward, and he has a keen eye for subtle details, pattern, color and structure.