Bone Collector by WojciechFus
wildwoman22:

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid (link) at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth’s final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
The influence of Pop’s mentor, Hadid, is clear in the building’s soaring, futuristic design. Located on a rugged coastline, the dynamic structure juts out over the water while also extending upwards with a curved glass tower. The architecture student’s primary design tool was biomimicry, as shown in the way the facility’s sweeping shape mimics the jagged, asymmetrical edges of ice formations along the Antarctic coast.
Source:  http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/sergiu-radu-pop-transformable-antarctic-research-facility-project
wildwoman22:

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid (link) at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth’s final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
The influence of Pop’s mentor, Hadid, is clear in the building’s soaring, futuristic design. Located on a rugged coastline, the dynamic structure juts out over the water while also extending upwards with a curved glass tower. The architecture student’s primary design tool was biomimicry, as shown in the way the facility’s sweeping shape mimics the jagged, asymmetrical edges of ice formations along the Antarctic coast.
Source:  http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/sergiu-radu-pop-transformable-antarctic-research-facility-project
wildwoman22:

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid (link) at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth’s final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
The influence of Pop’s mentor, Hadid, is clear in the building’s soaring, futuristic design. Located on a rugged coastline, the dynamic structure juts out over the water while also extending upwards with a curved glass tower. The architecture student’s primary design tool was biomimicry, as shown in the way the facility’s sweeping shape mimics the jagged, asymmetrical edges of ice formations along the Antarctic coast.
Source:  http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/sergiu-radu-pop-transformable-antarctic-research-facility-project
wildwoman22:

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid (link) at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth’s final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
The influence of Pop’s mentor, Hadid, is clear in the building’s soaring, futuristic design. Located on a rugged coastline, the dynamic structure juts out over the water while also extending upwards with a curved glass tower. The architecture student’s primary design tool was biomimicry, as shown in the way the facility’s sweeping shape mimics the jagged, asymmetrical edges of ice formations along the Antarctic coast.
Source:  http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/sergiu-radu-pop-transformable-antarctic-research-facility-project
wildwoman22:

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid (link) at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth’s final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
The influence of Pop’s mentor, Hadid, is clear in the building’s soaring, futuristic design. Located on a rugged coastline, the dynamic structure juts out over the water while also extending upwards with a curved glass tower. The architecture student’s primary design tool was biomimicry, as shown in the way the facility’s sweeping shape mimics the jagged, asymmetrical edges of ice formations along the Antarctic coast.
Source:  http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/sergiu-radu-pop-transformable-antarctic-research-facility-project
wildwoman22:

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid (link) at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth’s final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
The influence of Pop’s mentor, Hadid, is clear in the building’s soaring, futuristic design. Located on a rugged coastline, the dynamic structure juts out over the water while also extending upwards with a curved glass tower. The architecture student’s primary design tool was biomimicry, as shown in the way the facility’s sweeping shape mimics the jagged, asymmetrical edges of ice formations along the Antarctic coast.
Source:  http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/sergiu-radu-pop-transformable-antarctic-research-facility-project
wildwoman22:

Sprawling Antarctic Port Mimics Jagged Ice Formations Along Frozen Coast
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid (link) at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth’s final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility. The project envisions a sprawling center for vital research as well as environmental tourism, filled with spaces like exhibition halls, exercise rooms, accommodation, conference chambers, observation decks, and port transportation stations.
The influence of Pop’s mentor, Hadid, is clear in the building’s soaring, futuristic design. Located on a rugged coastline, the dynamic structure juts out over the water while also extending upwards with a curved glass tower. The architecture student’s primary design tool was biomimicry, as shown in the way the facility’s sweeping shape mimics the jagged, asymmetrical edges of ice formations along the Antarctic coast.
Source:  http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/sergiu-radu-pop-transformable-antarctic-research-facility-project
neuromaencer:

concept design by sergio salvador
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hugo boss spring 2015
Rainy Night by Jonas De Ro
rhubarbes:

Tribute to ghost in the shell by John J. Park.
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scifiplanes:

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visualengineer:

A game I’m working on, on my own
visualengineer:

A game I’m working on, on my own
visualengineer:

A game I’m working on, on my own
visualengineer:

A game I’m working on, on my own
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I will not slap a label on my identity for your own peace of mind.

Print this, frame it, eat it, put it up your ass. I don’t care.

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Brad Wright
Brad Wright
Nivanh Chanthara
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Tron: Legacy