Monday, 8 August 2016

A Colourful Construction

The colour red is appearing more and more in architectural constructions...

.. and looking at these stunning buildings on the Nottingham University campus, I can see why.

 Wedge-shaped and appearing to emerge from the ground, The International House and the Amenities Building is clad in large panels, each individually laser cut to size. The dynamic facades clad in red and brown terracotta tiles which are randomly arranged to form a distinctive new focal point.

Designed by Make Architects, the buildings are built on a site that previously had industrial use. Take a look and let us know your thoughts below.







The above images are from From The Lens and can be downloaded for printing and your own use by clicking on the image.

About the author

Ian Wilson has been writing articles about 3D printing, photography and related subjects for many years. He is also the social media marketing manager for Sprint-Ink – The online store for quality Printer InkToner Cartridges and Printer Paper and Office Supplies

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

CMYK - A world of Colour - London Poppies


One of the most poignant and colourful sights of 2014 has to be the major art installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London. Marking one hundred years since the first full day of Britain's involvement in the First World War, 888,246 ceramic poppies have progressively filled the Tower's famous moat over the summer. Created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, each poppy represents a British military fatality during the war.




The poppies encircled the iconic landmark, creating a spectacular display visible from all around the Tower and a location for personal reflection. The ceramic poppy installation creates a powerful visual commemoration.

This weekend volunteers began removing the hand-made ceramic poppies and the sale of the ceramic poppies will aid six service charities in the UK.



Did you visit the poppy installation at the Tower of London? What are your thoughts?



Monday, 23 June 2014

Your Business Needs Colour

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Monday, 16 June 2014

Gardeners World Live 2014

We spent a day at the colourful Gardeners World Live on Saturday, an invigorating and exciting riot of contrasting colours from electric blues, sulphurous yellows to explosions of orange.

Gardeners World Live is the place to find great ideas for use of colour, turning gardens into giant colour-wheels with the most striking combinations of reds and greens, purples yellows and every colour in between.

Here are a few photos to give you some idea:




















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Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Colourful Sunset Over Rutland Water

Captured in a fraction of a second, a photo can describe a place or view that words just cannot. We’ve posted some amazing colourful views in this blog to inspire you to dig out your camera and get snapping.

Here’s another one, of a colourful sunset over Rutland water, near Oakham, in the UK
  

Rutland Water is Anglian Water's drinking water reservoir in the county of Rutland, England, just east of the county town Oakham. It was known as Empingham Reservoir during its construction and until its official opening in 1976.

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Tuesday, 12 November 2013

The Sri Siva Subramaniya temple, Fiji

This has to be right up there with some of the most colourful buildings in the world!

The Sri Siva Subramaniya temple is a Hindu temple in Nadi, Fiji. It is the largest Hindu temple in the Southern hemisphere.










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Monday, 14 October 2013

Food - A Recipe For Photography

Food, we all need it, it’s an everyday essential consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. But Liverpool born, Carl Warner, has found another use for this substance we all take for granted, building still life photography landscapes! All of the pictures below are actually created out of fresh foods!

Rialto Bridge
The Great Wall Of China - Made with Pineapple
Candy Cottage
The Chocolate Express
The Taj Mahal - Made from onion
Cucumber Bridge
2001 - A Breadscape
Famous architectural structures are made by Carl Warner and his team by assembling culinary foodstuffs piece by piece, like the Rialto Bridge or the Great Wall of China.

Loaves of bread, fish, meats, pasta and fruit and vegetables are just a few of the ingredients these intricate scenes are built from. Heaps of bread and mashed potato are formed to produce mountain scapes and spaghetti strands form a river tide.

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See more of Carl Warner’s foodscapes here