Category Archives: architecture

Jung Katz

Because we love to promote the underdogs, the young, the creative; we also love to promote those, who promote. Got that? Great.

Jung Katz are just like us, pushing forward resources and information useful for the fledgling designer, as well as showcasing the work of said designers and finally alongside this multimedia showcase are a series of interviews from a very wide range of practitioners, which really are a pleasure to read.

From across the globe and from across the gamut of media, Jung Katz looks set to be one to bookmark for regular reading. Here are a couple of pieces featured on their blog as a taster…

Elif Biradlı

Sophie Filomena

Marton Gosztonyi

Get involved, follow on Twitter, Facebook and of course read the excellent blog


1920s Empire State Building Acrobatics

Children’s Hospital – Atmospheric photos of urban decay

Love these, full set Oover Here..

Now you see them…

These acrylic glass statues created by artist Rob Mulholland blend into their surroundings creating ghostly imagery.

“It alters reality, one moment you see them and the next moment they blend in. There’s an ambiguity to it – it doesn’t answer all the questions.” – Rob Mulholland



– alicja


Street artist Vhils creates amazing portraits by scratching and drilling into walls.


– alicja


I love this usage of technology to create beautiful sculptural forms from just tracing paper and water. Brilliant!

Hydro-Fold by ECAL/Christophe Guberan

The project will be shown at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2012 in Milan.
Exhibition 17–22 April, 9.30am–6.30pm
SaloneSatellite, Fiera Milano, Rho, Padiglione 22/24, Spazio S

More info here.
First seen here.


I have been following this guys work for the past year or so and I am pretty impressed! Detailed stencil pieces that tend to focus on architectural and mechanical structures entwined with dense graphic patterns. Bold industrial forms in stark and gritty black spraypaint are paired with bright forms in singular colours, the style is very distinct and instantly recognisable.

Enough of the words, I will let you decide for yourself…

You can see more of his work on his homepage here.

Lavazza – White Paper City

Coffee makers Lavazza have commissioned a beautiful intricate animation using cut paper.

One day in the White Paper city, early morning people wake up and begin to live their lifes.
There’s something new in the main square, something growing…

Lavazza a modo mio

The making of video.

Production, Direction, Animation: Dadomani studio
Director of photography: Patrizio Saccò
Music & Sound design: Andrea Ponzano for Taboo Studio
Agency: Armando Testa Torino
Creative Director: Andrea Lantelme

I love the style of the buildings and the attention to detail, in creating the section of city. Really nice work.