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Raymond Loewy designs
Mee-Lai Stone, theguardian.com
The highly creative and successful Raymond Loewy, named “the father of industrial design”, had designed nearly everything from razors to railroad terminals. He was responsible for notable symbols including the Lucky Strike cigarette packet, the…

Raymond Loewy designs
Mee-Lai Stone, theguardian.com

The highly creative and successful Raymond Loewy, named “the father of industrial design”, had designed nearly everything from razors to railroad terminals. He was responsible for notable symbols including the Lucky Strike cigarette packet, the…

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design-is-fine:

Little Lionhead, 40.000 - 35.000 b.c., Mammoth Ivory. One of the first works of art of mankind.
For the people of the Ice Age a lion was a real threat but admired as well, as this fine carved head shows. Originally this was a complete figure. Found in Germany. Landesmuseum Württemberg.

design-is-fine:

Little Lionhead, 40.000 - 35.000 b.c., Mammoth Ivory. One of the first works of art of mankind.

For the people of the Ice Age a lion was a real threat but admired as well, as this fine carved head shows. Originally this was a complete figure. Found in Germany. Landesmuseum Württemberg.

(Source: leo-bw.de)

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designcloud:

The Story by Mobstr

This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

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(Source: myedol.com)