H Street signage #graphicDesign

H Street signage #graphicDesign

Great way to incorporate light, into objects.

Great way to incorporate light, into objects.

For new interactive technologies & ideas that you've been searching for so long in the Digital Signage. Contact us at http://www.dutcotennant.com/contact-us.htm

For new interactive technologies & ideas that you've been searching for so long in the Digital Signage. Contact us at http://www.dutcotennant.com/contact-us.htm

Conceptual office swaps chairs and desks for "experimental work landscape"

Conceptual office swaps chairs and desks for "experimental work landscape"

Dec. 18, 1878: Let There Be Light — Electric Light | This Day In Tech | Wired.com

Dec. 18, 1878: Let There Be Light — Electric Light

Dec. 18, 1878: Let There Be Light — Electric Light | This Day In Tech | Wired.com

Random 42 Medical Animation Corporate Identity

Random 42 Medical Animation Corporate Identity

Identity and environmental graphics for one of New York City's premier public institutions on Central Park West.

Identity and environmental graphics for one of New York City's premier public institutions on Central Park West.

Corcos, Vittorio (1859-1933) - An elegant lady with her faithful companion

Corcos, Vittorio (1859-1933) - An elegant lady with her faithful companion

18th Century Lighting by Jas Townsend and Son. A descriptive video about all the different oil lamps and candle lanterns used in Colonial America. It's an advertisement, but very well done and informative. Enjoy! 5:27mins

18th Century Lighting by Jas Townsend and Son. A descriptive video about all the different oil lamps and candle lanterns used in Colonial America. It's an advertisement, but very well done and informative. Enjoy! 5:27mins

At the gardens at Chateau de Groussay, Charles de Beistegui created amazing 'follies' that were inspired by 18th-century Anglo-Chinese parks and gardens. Here, is the interior of his 'Tente Tartare', (1960 & based upon the tent that King Gustav III of Sweden raised in Drottningholm). It is not made of fabric but is a painted wood and has an stunningly beautiful interior that is covered in blue Delft tiles. [4th of four pins]

At the gardens at Chateau de Groussay, Charles de Beistegui created amazing 'follies' that were inspired by 18th-century Anglo-Chinese parks and gardens. Here, is the interior of his 'Tente Tartare', (1960 & based upon the tent that King Gustav III of Sweden raised in Drottningholm). It is not made of fabric but is a painted wood and has an stunningly beautiful interior that is covered in blue Delft tiles. [4th of four pins]

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