For a while, it is okay to be brokenhearted.
Nelson Mandela, forever.
Good evening, fellowship. I want to collaborate. Something new. Any ideas?
INNENSTADT IM WANDEL
Eigentlich ist Innenstadtentwicklung viel zu komplex für den Laien. Denn viele Einflüsse wollen…
"Sheldon: Ooh! Speaking of good news, somebody just hit 100 Twitter followers."
100 great twitter followers. A small but concise group of people, enterprises & institutions from 44 countries that is now following my thoughts. I had a great, inspirational time with you. I am sure it’ll continue.
Green! Part IV of our colour-based ‘grand selection’ of African art & design. Collaborating feels so good - so enjoy this profound content, gathered by a group of people from around the globe.
Visit AFRICA | GREEN on Pinterest
If I was a neuro-scientist, I could tell you in detail how I got attracted to the work of UK designer & Newcastle-based SAMAR ASAMOAH alias YEZARCK. But as an aesthete I can articulate what and why it caught my attention. The quintessence of Asamoah’s about says, that she, of Caribbean and African background fuses her heritage also with passion for Islamic art. And in deed, her influences can be read very well, as they neatly flow together. The precise, yet mathematical, symmetry of Islamic craft, defines her work’s structures. Interestingly, Samar Asamoah’s tribal-inspired patterns maintain a playful nonchalance. That might be due to the bright colours and high contrasts. And indeed, detail plays a major role within the arrangement.
Usually, I would dismiss the idea of ever dropping off a hipster logo. But I was doing some branding and this came up in my mind. Not that I ever want to use it - I dislike those designs. So, feel free to do what ever you want with it. It’s yours (cc). Hip Hop for live.
Jay Z. #ColumbusDay