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Cardboard square inspired in the city of Porto.

Cardboard square inspired in the city of Porto.

New York is probably one of those destinations on every designer, photographer or fashion lover’s must-visits list. I was very fortunate to be able to visit New York City earlier this year, my mother and younger sister also joined me for a few days.

Os Amores do Porto (Porto Lovers) by Oupas Design, via Behance

Cardboard square inspired in the city of Porto.

First Look: Gabriel Dawe's Stunning New Thread Art in Italy

First Look: Gabriel Dawe's Stunning New Thread Art in Italy

rainbow thread art installation -- In Como, Italy, this unbelievable thread installation is done by Mexican artist Gabriel Dawe

Cardboard square inspired in the city of Porto.

Os Amores do Porto (Porto Lovers)

Os Amores do Porto (Porto Lovers) on Behance

Os Amores do Porto (Porto Lovers) by Oupas Design, via Behance

This gorgeous plant-filled room is the perfect earthy reading nook.

18 Reading Nooks for Nature Lovers

Seraph + Splendor: {BAROQUE ORGANIC} New post! Areium with stained glass and hanging plants, maybe Moroccan lamps

Rhombic D by Ryerson University Master of Architecture

Creative Point of purchase displays and exhibition booths for trade-shows…

Set Design of "In The Heights" at the Richard Rodgers Theatre  T he other night, I caught a performance of the Tony Award winning Broadway...

Set Design of "In The Heights" at the Richard Rodgers Theatre T he other night, I caught a performance of the Tony Award winning Broadway.

marniaportal: “ Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru - Sgint Director: Arwel Gruffydd - Designer: Cai Dyfan - Lighting Designer: Elanor Higgins ”

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru - Sgint Director: Arwel Gruffydd - Designer: Cai Dyfan - Lighting Designer: Elanor Higgins Do with rendered walls.

Amores do Porto

Os Amores do Porto (Porto Lovers) by Oupas Design, via Behance

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Marat/Sade Conservatory of Music, U. of Cincinnati Directed by Worth Gardner Set Design by Paul Shortt Costume Design by Barbara Kay Lighting Design by Suellen Childs

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