It's Just My Nature
This is my design journal, an eclectic collection of graphic design, fashion, architecture, photography and art in general. And the odd food picture.

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It's Just My Nature
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eleventheleven:

Graphic Design by Studio Es
eleventheleven:

Graphic Design by Studio Es
eleventheleven:

Graphic Design by Studio Es
eleventheleven:

Graphic Design by Studio Es
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trendgraphy:

20k by Josh Krecioch
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type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
type-lover:

Égaréby Thomas Le Provost
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wgsn:

Closer detail of one of our favourite shirt dresses of the #SS15 collections from @CHANEL . #PFW
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stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
stylebythemodels:

Chanel SS 2015 
With all the talk on feminism in recent days (see: Emma Watson’s UN speech and Beyonce’s MTV performance), it was hard to ignore the statement that Karl Lagerfeld was trying to make with his latest Chanel SS 2015 Presentation in Paris. Models trooped down the runway in outfits that were both loud and proud, subtle and functional. Altogether, everything a girl might need in a powerful working woman’s closet. 
The feminist protest on ‘Boulevard Chanel’ served a fitting finale for a collection that showcased both femininity and strength. As a feminist myself, the quote by Coco Chanel on my blog rang especially true after the show: “A fashion that does not reach the streets, is not fashion.” Fashion quite literally took to the streets at Chanel with the protest to “make fashion, not war.” Hear ye, hear ye! 
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dribbblepopular:

Semplicelabs.com Original: http://ift.tt/1pohNuM
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designeverywhere:

Interior Architecture Symposium SISU
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archatlas:

Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
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Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
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Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
archatlas:

Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
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Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
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Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
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Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
archatlas:

Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
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Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
archatlas:

Take Refuge Kevin Cooley
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davidnathan:

This is one of Erik Spiekermann’s drawings for Officina Display. It appears in the new book about Spierkermann, I Am Erik.
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creativehouses:

TrueLeaf Kitchens - Modern Kitchen
Source: @Elmwoodkitchens
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pieces0fpaper:

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erikjonesart:

Here is a piece I recently finished for my upcoming show at the Joseph Gross Gallery here in NYC on October 9th'Veil' / 24x36” / Colored Pencil, Acrylic, Wax Pastel on #Rives bfk paper
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allomambomambo:

Anagrama
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rosanna-webster:

Artwork for Adidas Originals London and Huh Magazine