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New Design: Piazza dei Mercanti, Milano, Italy on Totes, Tops, Mugs, and More from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

November 9th, 2020 Comments off

New Design: Piazza dei Mercanti, Milano, Italy on Totes, Tops, Mugs, and More from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

“Piazza Mercanti[1] (“Merchants Square”) is a central city square of Milan, Italy. It is located between Piazza del Duomo, which marks the centre of the modern city of Milan, and Piazza Cordusio, and

it used to be the heart of the city in the Middle Ages. At the time, the square was larger than it is now (as part of it has later become what is now Via Mercanti, the street located between Palazzo dei Giureconsulti and Palazzo della Ragione) and known as “Piazza del Broletto”, after the “Broletto Nuovo”, the palace that occupied the centre of the square (now on the north side). In the 13th century, there were six entry points to the square, each associated to a specific trade, from sword blacksmiths to hat makers.” — Wikipedia

New Design: Piazza dei Mercanti, Milano, Italy on Totes, Tops, Mugs, and More from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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October 28th, 2020 Comments off

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles in Watercolor via Instagram

October 19th, 2020 Comments off

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles in Watercolor

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles in Watercolor via Instagram

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New Product Design: Milano Doorway Prints, Pillows, and More from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

September 30th, 2020 Comments off

New Design: York Minster Towers on Totes, Shower Curtains, and More from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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Duomo di Milano in Watercolor via Instagram

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Home School: Watch all eight episodes of Netflix’s Abstract: The Art of Design series via Dezeen

May 13th, 2020 Comments off
 

Netflix has made all eight episodes of its documentary series Abstract: The Art of Design, which features set designer Es Devlin, architect Bjarke Ingels and interior designer Ilse Crawford, available to watch for free during coronavirus lockdown.

Streaming company Netflix has made season one of its design series available on Youtube as part of an initiative to make its documentaries free to watch during the coronavirus lockdown.

Home School: Send Your Kids to Design School With Free Lessons From the Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom via Departures

May 12th, 2020 Comments off
 
While we won’t call entertaining and educating kids stuck at home an easy task, we can at least say there are plenty of places stepping up to fill the virtual void. That includes museums offering virtual tours, destinations providing virtual views, and even national parks hosting virtual hikes, all of which make for excellent virtual field trips. But, if your kid is more into math and science now’s their time to shine thanks to The Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom.
 
 
Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids: His Life and Ideas


‎Home School: Coal Holes from The Boring Talks via Apple Podcasts

May 8th, 2020 Comments off
Home School: Coal Holes from The Boring Talks via Apple Podcasts
Home School: Coal Holes from The Boring Talks via Apple Podcasts
 

They are either 12, 14 or 16 inches wide, they live just outside our doors, and they come in a variety of striking designs. So why has no one heard of coal holes?

Local historian Amir Dotan explores the streets of London to find the small metal discs you may not have noticed before, but may well have stepped over thousands of times.

James Ward introduces another curious talk about a subject that may seem boring, but is actually very interesting…. maybe.

 


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Home School: Primitive Technology: Pot Made of Wood Ash – New Clay Alternative via Primitive Technology on YouTube

April 10th, 2020 Comments off