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Le corbusier’s Ville Savoye
This is Le Corbusier’s Ville Savoye painted with markers. The artists drawing style is nothing less than fabulous. Don’t you think?
—–Oh these images puts me in the mood to draw, or actually learn how to draw. Amazon will get a visit from me tonight. I’m interested in first of all purchasing some new markers and a book called ‘Drawing with the right side of the brain’. It’s said to be a great starting point if one is interested in developing skills in drawing. Ever heard of it or used it? Any reviews on the book much appreciated.
I am Caroline, an ex interior design consultant, turned into a content creator, 30+ something Swedish born with an insane passion and interest for design, blogging, and living a meaningful and creative life. Design to me is about creating a (your) story – it is about understanding what matters and how to create something unique and meaningful which speaks and motivates you.
Åh helt underbara! Le Corbusier är en stor favorit så de där skulle jag inte ha något emot att ha på väggen! Snyggt!
Hej Susanne-Åh vad kul att vi tänker lika :)) Ja, på väggen vore de jätte snygga. Det går ju alltid att skriva ut,- ett DIY projekt kanske :)
Hör gärna av dig om du inreder med dessa, vore super kul att se.
I have heard loads of good things about that book, although I have never used it myself. Is there a certain direction you are planning on going in, such as interiors/architecture? good luck!
Åh, vad snyggt! Tänk när vi tecknar så där =)
Sofia: Jag gillar din självsäkerhet, måste nog sno lite från dig :D
Hey Miss A.
I'm sorry for the late reply.
I was browsing through Le Corbusier's book when I was in the states, and it's impressive + expensive :I
Where you asking regarding my studies? I still have a long way to go, which means there is tons to learn.
At the moment though I tend to lean my curiosity to commercial spaces more than domestic once. I would love to one day work closely with the fusion of interior +graphic. Of course not leaving the architectural elements out, since I belive there shouldn't be a large bridge between interior and architecture.
Ever heard of a man named Richardson Sadeki? Have a look here: http://www.richardsonsadeki.com/
-and you will know what I mean :)
Just ask if you wish to know anything else :)