Illustrations by Tom Haugomat


This guy is definitely one of my all time favorite illustrators. His work has so much personality and passion that it’s just pleasing to look at. If you have time, please stop by Tom Haugomat’s Tumblr. You won’t be disappointed.



Mixed Media by Florian Nicolle


What I love more than watercoloring is watercoloring with pencil or pen. Take a look at Florian Nicolle’s work. I’m not really feeling the newsprint, but regardless her work is still one of a kind. I hate her website though. I hope she changes it soon cause it’s ugly as fuck.



Photography by Daniel Kordan


Most people say it’s not about what you take a photograph of, but how you take the photograph. I’ve agreed with this statement for most of my life, but recently I’ve realized that in most cases, the greatest photographs are of super cool and unique things. Daniel Kordan is a perfect example. Please take a look at his work. I don’t know how much editing goes into his photographs (I assume a decent amount), but the results are extraordinary. If you’re looking for a new wallpaper for your phone or computer, you’re welcome.




Watercolors by Tytus Brzozowski


Brzozowski is not fucking around when he’s holding a brush. His insane sense of perspective and depth most likely comes from being an architect. But regardless of that, just look at the amount of detail and choice of color in his work. There’s something about watercolor that brings in so much personality to a piece and his shit is pretty damn sexy. I I would say he needs to work with more darker tones or else his current style’s going to get stale. Other than that, he’s a beast.


The Flexible Bauhaus by Penda


If I had the potential to come up with something as simple and ridiculous like this in architecture school, I would’ve probably became an architect. Thank God that didn’t happen.

Penda is a firm I’ve been following for a little over a year now, and I highly recommend checking out their projects. I’ll get more in depth with them in a future post. This particular project was a proposal for the New Bauhaus Museum Competition that includes rotating platforms which open up to an adjacent sculpture park.

I think rotating parts of the building to create a unique space and program is pretty genius. Yet the only problem that comes up in my mind is how potentially dangerous it is which is probably one of the reasons why it didn’t win the competition. I don’t know how fast those things rotate, but imagine just standing their looking at your phone and getting your ass whooped by a Transformer. That’s fucking awesome.

I love everything about this project except for the interior. The spiral staircase ruins it for me. I understand it might have been added because of the whole rotation shit going on outside, but it looks too tacky. Maybe it would be okay for a house, but not for a museum.