Apple cares about architecture Apple, stores, architecture and design, a recurring theme. From a recent article on the Washington Post about their new Apple Store: But the Carnegie project is also aimed at achieving a higher purpose at the company, which is to deepen customers’ affiliation of Apple with something positive — creativity — at... Continue Reading →
If you like Apple, love architecture, photography and design, please do yourself a favor and jump right now to this exceptional article "Architecture, creativity, community: A field guide to Apple retail in 2018" by Michael Steeber. This is a must read and see. Apple Stores are another kind of product make by Apple to sell... Continue Reading →
Here is a photo of a building that is part of the McGill university campus downtown Montreal that I took in 2004. I thought the climbing tree on the concrete wall was creating a nice contrast, one opposing a very fragile and living thing against something so robust without life.
There is something special about it, can't quite put my finger on it.
Here is a great article "The Graphic Art of Incredibles 2" about the sources of inspiration for the Incredibles movie by Walt Disney Pixar. It goes from buildings, private houses, street signs, products marketing, building signs, etc. I enjoyed both of these movies quite a lot.