The cycle path - Andrew Lang Graphic Design, Typography & Art direction

The cycle path - Andrew Lang Graphic Design, Typography & Art direction. floor signage for tours and new employees

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2010 reddot design award winning Copenhagen bike share system is the creation of RAFFA Arhictecture & Design. This bicycle sharing plan, developed for the city of Copenhagen, is projected to increase bicycling from to by

Paris just got even cooler, with a new colorful Basketball Court. A neon technicolor basketball court with some serious 80’s video game undertones.

In a unique collaboration between French fashion brand Pigalle and design agency Ill-Studio, the Paris Duperré basketball court was recently redesigned and repainted with a vibrant new color scheme. The narrow basketball court is nestled between two apart

visual manipulations, made to otherwise everyday street symbols, turn the asphalt markings into underwater creatures and larger-than-life landscapes.

Old Village Gets New Look With Lang/Baumann Geometric Street Art  (Vercorin, Switzerland)

See How This Village Got A Total Makeover

MY COMMENT: This would work nice in a carpet design. "Every summer the small Swiss town of Vercorin offers up its public spaces and buildings to artists to create contemporary works of art. This is Lang/Baumann‘s 'Street Painting

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Superkilen, an urban park master plan in Copenhagen designed by BIG in collaboration with landscape architects and artists' group Superflex Photo: Iwan Baan

Impulse by Lateral Office and CS Design  Canadian firms Lateral Office and CS Design placed 30 glowing seesaws in a Montreal public square to create the Impulse installation. In-built LEDs and speakers caused the light intensity and sound to change as each seesaw moved up and down.

10 illuminating lighting installations from Dezeen's Pinterest boards

Lonsdale Street, Dandenong, has been transformed from a busy urban thoroughfare to a pedestrian boulevard by Taylor Cullity Lethlean.

Lonsdale Street, Dandenong (Australia), has been transformed from a busy urban thoroughfare to a pedestrian boulevard by Taylor Cullity Lethlean.

innovative- This is a concept that I can see being achievable in the College of design with its lightwell. It gives way to the thought that the sign is a framework for a new sign. THat the sign lays beyond itself

Great Idea for a memory garden. Sunlight shines through laser-cut phrases at the Moving Memories Memorial in Phoenix. The phrases are meant to reflect a range of thoughts from Arizonans affected by and were picked after months of research.

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