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409 feet of love, fear, hope and Altitude

Altitude, a creative agency in San Francisco, was invited to design a 400-foot section of the construction barrier mural surrounding the new UCSF Medical Center campus in Mission Bay. Messages of uncertainty, strength, and hope from patients journal entries engage audiences up close, and at a distance, to help shed light on the experience of being young and in a hospital.

What they did is really inspiring.

AltitudeUCSF Medical Center

Tired of the winter blues? Check the bloom chair from Kenneth Cobonpue

Tired of the winter blues and shoveling the snow? I decided to escape the winter by browsing at Kenneth Cobonpue's website and marvel at his work and his new bloom chair. Handmade out of microfiber and stitched over a resin top with a steel base it comes in red, moss green, light green and yellow.

Kenneth Cobonpue is a Filipino industrial designer, graduate of the Pratt Institute for Industrial Design, and the receiver of many awards and recognitions. He uses natural materials and inspiration from his native Cebu to design minimalist furniture that combines traditional materials (rattan, bamboo, aluminum etc) with his industrial design training.
I like his minimalist style, the organic shapes, the natural materials, the bold design and the amazingly simple yet so sophisticated forms.
What do YOU like? Let me know.
If you are not sure and you want to find out more about Kenneth Cobonpue or see more of his work visit his fresh and sunny web site
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