Staircase " Patterns are formed when ones structural element, or functional operation is placed in a manner that creates flow and change. The combined parts are different then the separate parts. Perhaps the patterns are already in existence,..."
A collection of architecture sketches and drawings (mostly and hopefully by hand) focused firstly on the thought process that comes before the concept of a project. Description from myantonia.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images
I go to FedEx Kinko's to make my own classroom posters. This one is how I explain the difference between shapes and forms. Shapes are flat, forms are fat. See more of my art lessons at http://www.johnpost.us/
Over the last year, Polish designer and illustrator Janusz Jurek has been exploring different forms of generative illustration as it relates to the human form. Some of my favorites are collected into a series title Papilarnie where bundled lines that look like lightning or roadways on maps converge into 3D arms, feet, and other incomplete bodies.