Stylish Use of Textutre in Illustration: Wizje Magazine

Stylish Use of Textutre in Illustration: Wizje Magazine Stylish Use of Textutre in  Illustration: Wizje Magazine

abduzeedoJan 18, 2019

Tomasz Woźniakowski shared a beautiful project on his Behance profile. It’s a set of illustrations he recently created for the newest Wizje magazine publication which is a polish collective of young people promoting poems of various writers. The illustration style is top notch, I especially like the usage of texture and depth. I feel that is a much better alternative to the ultra flat and vector look. Adding noise to shadows adds a lot of style to the illustration

Another awesome thing to mention about this project is that Tomasz is a design student. We love supporting and helping students to get their work out there. So if you want to ge feature on ABDZ let us know. Meanwhile make sure to check out Tomasz Behance Profile Continue reading

Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group’s 15 Hudson Yards completes in New York

15 Hudson Yards by DSR

The 88-storey skyscraper that architecture firms Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group designed for Manhattan’s Hudson Yards development has officially opened.

The 910-foot-tall (277-metre) apartment tower at 15 Hudson Yards is the latest to complete at the vast site on the West Side, set to become a hub of commercial, cultural and residential activity.

Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) designed the towering, curtain-wall skyscraper with Rockwell Group, which was in charge of the interiors. Continue reading

Sci-fi ceiling illuminates Russian florist in constructivist building

Guapa Flower Shop by Eduard Eremchuck

Architect Eduard Eremchuk looked to visuals from Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey when designing the Guapa Flower Shop in a historic building in Rostov-on-Don, Russia.

The whole ceiling is a lighting element, bathing the minimalist florist in bright white light and giving the curving white walls a Space Age feel.

Guapa Flower Shop by Eduard Eremchuck

Guapa Flower Shop is located in the ground floor of a Soviet-era building in Rostov-on-Don. The former apartment block was built in 1928 by Michail Kondratyev in the Constructivist style. Continue reading

NuraLoop adaptive earbuds deliver audio tailored to the wearer’s hearing

Nura loop headphones

Australian audio company Nura has launched what it says are the world’s first adaptive earphones, which alter their output to suit the user’s hearing.

Announced last week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the NuraLoop earphones are a lightweight, compact version of the company’s Nuraphone over-ear headphones.

Both the headphones and the earbuds pioneer a concept known as adaptive audio, where the levels are automatically adjusted to suit the user’s “unique” hearing profile. Continue reading

Drone footage reveals hundreds of abandoned Turkish chateaus

Abandoned Turkish chateaus – Burj Al Babas luxury housing development in central Turkey

Hundreds of chateaus have been abandoned at the Burj Al Babas luxury housing development in central Turkey after its developer filed for bankruptcy, as shown in this drone footage.

Approximately halfway between Turkey’s largest city Istanbul and its capital Ankara, the Burj Al Babas development will contain 732 identical mini chateaus when, or if, it completes.

Begun in 2014, the hundreds of houses have been left in various states of completion since the dramatic collapse of the Turkish economy led to developer Sarot Group to file for bankruptcy in November. The complex has debts of $27 million, reports Bloomberg. Continue reading