Posts tagged ‘industrial’

Golden Gate Bridge

Bridge Photography Collection

As you may know, there are various types of bridges out there – beam bridges, cantilever bridges, arch bridges, suspension bridges, cable-stayed bridges, movable bridges and double-decked bridges. As we are a design magazine always searching for design inspiration … surprise, surprise … we’ll be concentrating mainly on those bridges which are aesthetically appealing. So …

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yellow pipes

Art, Where You Do Not Even Expect It…

Do you know the difference between classic old-school art and modern or contemporary art? There are must be many of them, but today we want to illustrate just one, which, we believe, is among the most prominent differences. It is the object, chosen by an artist, to be the model for his creative works. While …

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power plant

Power Plants – Friends or Foes?

Energy – this is the essential part, requirement, and precondition of our today’s life, development, and evolution on the long run. We are dependent on energy today. We need it to cook food, to warm and light our houses, to fight the diseases, to produce all kinds of merchandise, and to make new discoveries and …

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Factory Smoke in the Slovnaft rafinery

Industrial Photography – A Tribute to Progress

The sceneries of large industrial facilities, construction sites, and images of giant equipments, pipelines, chimneys, tanks, etc. have always inspired artists to create visual works, commonly tagged as “industrial”. Industrial photography is one of the most common forms of such art, where particular manufacturing or production surroundings are at sharp focus. Whether it is a …

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