Friday, April 30, 2010

BMW M3 E90 on 360° Forged - Wheels Mesh 8

High Flyers

For 350 euros a night how about a Hotel suite in a 120 seater plane from East Germany with Sauna, jacuzzi, 24/7 hostess, 3 flat screens and a Blu-Ray player.

Guests have access to the entire plane, from the king-size bed in the back all the way up to the Cold War era cockpit.

The clean, modern white interiors and luxury facilities installed by Dutch company give the plane a new lease of life.

Unfortunately, the plane stays grounded outside the Teuge airport in the Netherlands, so your chances of joining the mile high club are slim.

 Interior Design

Honda Acura NSX on System Forged - Wheels SF10


Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Porsche 997TT on 360° Forged

Artist of the Week No.11 Shepard Fairey (AKA Obey)

Shepard Fairey began his career as a graffiti artist with the Obey Giant sticker campaign in 1989. His style is influenced by and forms a critique of both advertising and propaganda posters. 

He is now one of the most prolific and well-respected graffiti artists in the USA, famous for his politically charged images of consumer culture. 

To see more of Shepard Fairey's (Obey) work check out


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Worlds first CG School

Hi everyone,

Some very interesting news in the world of 3D visualisation! The first ever official school specifically taylored for visualisation training, has been formed by three of the powerhouses in the world of 3D.

3DATS + cgarchitects + Spine3D have formed the school to cater for a market that has been neglected for far too long.

Please take a look at the link below for the full low-down of the school and what it offers.

This is a very good step in the right direction towards raising the bar for 3D Visualisation.

Many thanks.

3D Visualisation

Monday, April 26, 2010

Vakko Fashion Center and Power Media Center

An American architecture firm has completed a project in Istanbul for two sister companies, Vakko fashion center and a television and radio company, Power Media. The building in Istanbul was created from an abandoned on site hotel project and is not only one building, but two.

The outer building was constructed from the existing concrete structure. The cladded glass exterior allows views to the inner building and is stacked full of mirrored boxes. The inner or second building houses an auditorium, showroom, meeting rooms and executive offices not to mention a huge amount of glass, steel and a myriad of mirrors. Although this building appears to be a work of art and clever piece of architecture, I’m not sure how anyone would be able to concentrate with such a busy interior concept!

Interior Design