American photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz has been documenting the world’s water crisis for the last six years. The result of that work can now be seen in an exhibition, Water Stories, … Read more The post Eye-opening photo series on the world’s water crisis is finally here in Australia appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
Ladies and gentleman, your NYE plans are sorted. Falls Festival has finally revealed its lineup for this year’s edition, and I gotta say – we’re pretty damn excited.
Nye’ Lyn Tho Who printed it? Moo printed this for me. Who designed it? I design all of my promotional material my background is in graphic design. Who edited the images? I edited and retouched all of my work
In Residence: Mattia Bonetti When Paris-based artist and designer Mattia Bonetti needs a break from city life, he heads straight for Lake Lugano in southern Switzerland. There, a discrete lakefront property awaits the Swiss-born maker, a personal hideaway full of family treasures and his own delightful designs. Bonetti has been a mild-mannered presence on the collectible design scene for more than four decades, his work arguably much louder than the man himself. Unafraid of color, ornament or whimsy, his designs are rich in historical references—a rococo flourish here, an Art Deco nod there—though always decidedly contemporary when taken as a whole. Bonetti’s furniture, lighting and objects can be found in the collections of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York, and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, among others. Most recently, Bonetti presented a selection of new works in London through his gallery of more than thirty years, David Gill.
Some residents said the project should have been housing A new hotel with 110 guest rooms is heading for Koreatown after the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved the project Wednesday.
Recent projects aimed at pedestrian safety haven’t been popular with drivers In the midst of fierce heated public debate around road safety projects in Playa del Rey, Councilmember Mike Bonin, who represents the area, announced Friday the formation of a 20-member task force that will assess the effectiveness of the projects and consider potential alternatives. Earlier this year, Los Angeles Department of Transportation officials undertook a series of projects aimed at reducing traffic-related deaths in the Playa del Rey area
The younger Jenner bought the place last year for $4.5 million The young and incomprehensibly famous daughters of Kris and Caitlyn Jenner are certainly making a lot of waves on the LA real estate scene lately.
Views and plenty of natural light This fairly spacious condo in Glendale offers plenty of natural light and some nice views around the surrounding hills. Part of a complex built in 1972, the unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,011 square feet of living space, with a private balcony accessed from the living room.
John Hume hopes that holding an auction will help protect the world’s embattled rhinos—and yield a big payoff.
So much talent On Saturday, August 19, sand sculptures of all ages and experience levels converged upon Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk to compete in the 27th Annual Coney Island Sand Sculpting Contest, presented by Brooklyn Community Services, Neptune/Sixth, and Astella Development Corp and Alliance. Participants and revelers alike couldn’t have asked for a better day, weather-wise, to host the competition, with temperatures climbing into the high 80s and a mild breeze here and there that made the heat somewhat bearable