1. balboaparkpictures:

    Student Christine Meram sketches a George Nakashima bench while student Weston Quick draws a Bob Stockdale magazine rack in the background. The two joined their Furniture Design class and instructor Brindan Byrne on a field trip to the Mingei International Museum.
    #interiordesign #furnituredesign #interiordesigners #sandiego #designinstituteofsandiego #DISD #balboapark by designinstituteofsandiego http://ift.tt/1ujMp3R

     
  2. mid-century-furniture:

    A timeless and delicate Conoid Bench by George Nakashima.  There is so much right about this piece. #midcenturydesigner #georgenakashimi #nakashimi #japanese #designer #bench #midcenturyfurniture #midcentury

     
  3. acclass2014:

    Artists working with Wood: George Nakashima

    Nakashima took a holistic approach to design. He is famous for incorporating and embracing the “flaws” in wood (knots, cracks, bark pockets) by using butterfly-shaped inlays to reinforce and join wood pieces.

    For more information visit: http://www.nakashimawoodworker.com

     
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  7. v0lt0rb:

    Iceberg ~ by Eunice Gigg via Flickr

    Iceberg showing the melted and refrozen bright blue lines in St. Anthony Bight, NL

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  10. allyourcomplexity:

    This is still the most beautiful dog photoset I’ve ever seen

    (Source: from89, via lizardiva)