Scrakboop
Random collection of inspiration, drawings, thoughts, etc. of a book designer in Melbourne, Australia.


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Scrakboop
max richter: summer 3
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(via Régime des Fleurs | Broken English)
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(via Saatchi Art Artist: Guang-Yu Zhang; Color 2014 Photography “Oriental Memory XIII (Limited edition #2 of 20)”)
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saatchiart:

Great Silk Road I (Limited edition) Guang-Yu Zhang China
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liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
liftedbrow:

'The Lifted Brow Does Dark Mofo: Intersect: A Photo Essay', by Lucy Parakhina.
Don’t miss Lucy’s other photo essays from Dark Mofo: catch up on all our Dark Mofo coverage here.
Lucy Parakhina is a photographer and creative producer living in Sydney, Australia.
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(via ANUWAT KHAOMANIT | artnau)
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(via Chad Wys | artnau)
I love you, Chad Wys
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vcrfl:

Henri Fantin-Latour: Chrysanthemums, 1876. Oil on canvas, 42 × 47 cm.
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chadwys:

Composition 498 by Chad Wys (web/tumblr)
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kuzmafoto:

happy woman  By AlexeyKuzmaAvailable to license exclusively at Stocksy
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(via Peel / Mimi Leung)
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laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
laureola:

Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via thedsgnblog)
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design-is-fine:

Christopher Dresser, Studies in Design, 1876.  Design for central ornament of a ceiling. Style arabian. This would be painted upon the flat surface, and not cast in relief. Via NYPL.
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justanothermasterpiece:

Robert Rauschenberg.