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[Pre-Sale] How To Create A Mood Board As A Business Tool

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Create A Memorable Client's Experience In A 3-Step Program     Today is a special day because the knowledge I've been practiced, cherished, and shared for many years with so many creative souls finally sees the light all bundled as an online course. Isn't it amazing when you see all your experience in one place? This digital era can be really gratifying. I believe …

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The Poetry Of Self Portrait By Ziqian Lu

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We're not sure when we've seen such beauty of muted self-portraits lately. Now that the prefix SELF has gained a whole new perspective, this kind of work gains an unexpected momentum though the idea is to shy away from eye-contact by exposing her body as a medium of expressing movement and emotion.   Ziqian Lu, based in Shanghai, describes her work as …

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A Joyful Color Palette At Casa Hoyos Hotel

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Nothing better to start the weekend than browsing through the joyful color palette at Casa Hoyos located in San Miguel de Allende (Mexico). A seed and grain trader was transformed into this boutique hotel that works with local designers and artisans to reflect local taste and skills. Casa Hoyos is a reinterpretation of the colonial houses respecting the materials and vegetable palette …

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The Mood Board Academy has its first one-pager site now!

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If someone has told me four years ago that anything evolving mood boarding would become a business on its own with the name of Mood Board Academy, that would have been quite a surprise. The truth is, today, not only I give online and offline courses for a wide array of creative disciplines, but I teach at design schools and give …

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5 Areas That Need To Rethink Social Distancing Design

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Movements usually boil slowly until they come to the surface, grow, and eventually become a trend spread in various disciplines. Some convert into a mainstream phenomenon, others stay niche, and disappear after a while. We did not see a movement or trend for social distancing design coming up (though they were a few examples in Japan) but had to figure …

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Best Case Example Of Organic Architecture With Javier Senosiaina

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    There is no better timing to revisit Javier Senosiaina's La Casa Orgánica (Naucalpan, México,1985), in a moment where we'd like to feel more connected than ever to nature. The welcoming place hardly modified the environment in which it has been built but adapts like an igloo or a cave to its surroundings. This concept was based on the idea that animals and …

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