Interiors: Minimalist interior design by Joseph Dirand. The New York Times takes us inside the French architect's stunning Paris apartment. Seen here is his small kitchen - copper accents, unique marble and herringbone/chevron floors.
The silhouette of the girl fading into the forest is a great use of Photoshop. The message of the picture may not be clear to everyone, but the design is very well done. The contrast between black and white is always a nice aspect to incorporate.
I think it's creative that the artist created a mountain range out of different pictures of actual mountain ranges. The different colors make it easier to tell that each overlapping picture is a mountain and keep your eye flowing from one pyramid to the n
This really caught my eye. I've always been a fan of collages and this one really stands out to me. The way the body and the background work together but still create contrast is what I like most about it.
Creative Tonic loves midcentury - A custom banquette and a marble-topped tulip table in a breakfast room. Our breakfast nook could do with a custom banquette. When we rebuild our kitchen cabinets and island, add a banquette to the other side.