Jonathan Lopez

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Colossal Stacks of Wharariki, New Zealand


Photographer Imagines Life Filled with Anxiety and Mental Illness

What are you looking at? Everything is completely fine. Absolutely normal. Nothing to see here.<p>Diving into psychosis and perception, John William …

Taj mahal power

The beautiful colors at sunrise.

Amazingly Intricate Laser-Cut Wood Relief Sculptures by Gabriel Schama

Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama creates incredibly intricate, densely layered wood relief sculptures using thin, laser-cut pieces of mahogany plywood. He starts with a vector illustration that is sent to a laser cutter. Lasers carve designs into 1/8-inch sheets of plywood, which are then glued …



Articles about 7 one kind rooflines on - Dwell

The alphabet is as easy as ABC, but for typographer Peter Bil’ak, the way language looks is a never-ending exploration.<p>For Brussels-based furniture designer Christiane Högner, inspiration comes less from glossy design mags than the castoffs she...<p>Thanks to Los Angeles’s Small Lot Subdivision …

Carnegie Mellon University

Gareth Pugh Fashion Designer

Gareth Pugh is a fashion designer who has received global recognition for both his outlandish clubwear and his novel approach to redefining modern …

Nature's Golden Ratio Inspires 3D-Printed Zoetropes

John Edmark's sculptures spin with the beauty of mathematics found in nature.<p>Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures from Pier 9 on Vimeo.<p>Designer John Edmark’s 3D-printed Fibonacci zoetrope sculptures come alive as they spin beneath a strobe. Every time they turn 137.5º—a number known as the golden angle—a …

Your Online Avatar May Reveal More About You Than You'd Think

My Nintendo Wii character, my Mii, looks a lot like me. She has the same haircut, the same skin tone and even the same eyebrow shape. And while my Mii plays tennis slightly better than I do, I designed her to be a real, virtual me (albeit with balls for hands).<p>But it turns out I might not have …