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Christoph Bader (Germany) - wired uk 0513 0711

Processes that produce shapes are a central theme of Christoph Bader’s work: “To me this is a switch from a product oriented thinking to a process oriented way of working. This if often called generative or procedural design. In generative design you as a designer are no longer manly concerned about the outcome or the final product rather you are focused on the process which generates the final result. Designing processes is the business of a generative designer. These processes generate theoretically infinitely many outcomes and as such can be a valuable tool.”

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Antony Gormley, Quantum Cloud XX (tornado), (2000).

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Antony Gormley, Quantum Cloud XX (tornado), (2000).

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 Hand-Stitched Embroidery Art by Hinke Schreuders

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Martin Pickard

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The Light Of Japan by Takehito Miyatake

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Old Delhi from The 19th Century

Delhi that includes the Indian capital New Delhi, stands on the Yamuna River in northern India. It is the second most populous metropolis in India after Mumbai and the largest city in terms of area.In AD 1639, the Mughal emperor Shahjahan built a new walled city in Delhi which served as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1649 until the Rebellion of 1857. The British captured Delhi in 1857 and the city replaced Kolkata as the seat of British government in India in 1911. A new capital city, New Delhi, was built to the south of the old city during the 1920s When the British left India in 1947, New Delhi became the national capital and seat of government. Today Delhi contains many important historical monuments, buildings and features.

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Joongwon Charles Jeong

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Melting Ice Cream Paintings by Othman Toma

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Papercut Art by Christine Kim

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Harrison Cooper paper cuts on Etsy

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