Additive manufacturing software developer 3YOUR SPIRIT announced a partnership with Werk24, a Munich-based artificial intelligence and machine learning company, by incorporating Werk24-powered machine-reading drawing technology into its software to characterize and meet part criteria for on-demand manufacturing. Technology powered by Werk24 allows 3YOURMIND customers to analyze technical drawings in fourRead More →

Residents of Truganina can see all the color of their neighborhood in two wildlife murals drawn especially for them by a renowned Southwestern Victorian artist, as part of the annual Color My Neighborhood event. An annual event jointly organized by Stockland, Edmund Rice Services Mt Atkinson [ERSMA] and local volunteers,Read More →

Jim Westergard’s keen eye for detail often leans toward the eccentric, even downright bizarre, as evidenced by his woodcuts of eccentric insects and strange, contradictory people. Whatever its subject, Westergard’s art is created with an extraordinary level of technical skill. This can, perhaps, be more widely appreciated when weirdness isRead More →

Dafni Filippa: “What if the drawings were provocations?” © Dafni Filippa To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or Entries for the annual architectural drawing award are judged in three categories, hand-drawn, digital and hybrid. Last year, Dafni Filippa, a postgraduate Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) studentRead More →

Production drawings are an essential piece of the manufacturing puzzle for many products. These documents provide skilled machinists and fabricators with dimensions, material specifications, and other details essential to creating accurate parts. Of course, however, they can also look really cool. Making your own detailed and precise production drawings isRead More →

Animation history illustration #anime #architecture #drawing #movie #science fiction Akira, cut #1, final production background detail, Toshiharu Mizutani, color poster on paper, 93 x 53 centimeters. All photos from AKIRA (Movie), based on the graphic novel AKIRA by Katsuhiro Otomo. First published by Young Magazine, Kodansha Ltd. © MASH •Read More →

Seventeen-year-old Evelyn Oddsson’s dinosaur drawings are becoming very popular in Alberta. Her mother, Wilma Oddsson, decided to gauge public interest in her work by putting some designs on Facebook Marketplace and before long Evelyn had hundreds of people interested in buying one of her dinosaur designs. The Royal Tyrrell MuseumRead More →

Author JK Rowling publishes his own drawings and those of his original illustrator, Thomas Taylor, in a new 25th anniversary edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Taylor, whose career was launched by the book’s famous cover, was among the first to read it. (It has sold over 500Read More →

The Funny Dreams of Pantagruel is a collection of 120 demonic woodcuts from 1565. These impressive and grotesque figures are reminiscent of by Hieronymus Bosch surreal art. Many goblins and ghosts in the series are dressed in fanciful outfits and pose in comical ways. It is widely believed that FrançoisRead More →

Architectural drawings: imagining the future Ron Herron – Archigram / Cities: Moving, Master Vehicle-Habitation Project. Image © Deutsches Architekturmuseum To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or There is the iconic Newton’s Cenotaph drawing, the evocative monochrome illustration of Etienne-Louis Boullée. There are the experimental drawings ofRead More →

This spring, Sotheby’s welcomes “Gérald Genta: Icon of Time», a series of sales taking place in Switzerland, Hong Kong, New York and online with 100 original designs by the legendary Swiss watch designer. Genta is known as the “Picasso of watchmaking”, credited with modernizing the industry and introducing the firstRead More →

Transparent designs: rethinking architecture Courtesy of Alex Hogrefe To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or Drawings and visualizations are architecture in their own right. As means of reconsidering what we see or what could be, drawing styles are as diverse as the mediums through which theyRead More →

Recently reconfigured from a bicycle repair shop and next to a former glitter factory, the new Confer Karnac Center in Spitalfields offers a newly designed space by Chris Dyson Architects, dedicated to a bookstore and a lecture program on psychoanalytical, relational and emotional processes. While retaining the historic fabric ofRead More →

Structural drawings for building design Shop Drawings vs. As-Built Drawings Structural BIM project Tall City structural project in New York BIM structural model of the Signal House project BIM service providers in the United States emphasize construction drawings to give architects a way to communicate ideas and notions about aRead More →

Support for architects and planners: specifications, CAD drawings, BIM objects and other design tools Courtesy of 2N To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or technology manufacturer 2N diversifies its product range by offering A&E, BIM technology and other strategies for architects and designers. 2N isRead More →

The best architectural drawings of 2021 © Pezo von Ellrichshausen To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or ArchDaily continues a seven-year tradition of celebrating the best architectural designs of the year. From paintings to collages to blueprints, the 2021 edition highlights a carefully curated collection ofRead More →

The first draw for Ohio’s Vax-2-School program takes place on Monday, but winners won’t be announced until next week, according to the Ohio Department of Health. Winners will be announced daily on Ohio Vax 2 Schools Instagram and Twitter from November 29 through December 3. “Each day for the nextRead More →

Shapr3D introduces Drawings functionality and a new business plan, steps into MCAD heavy territory with more to come. Budapest, Hungary-based Shapr3D today introduced its highly anticipated drawings feature, along with new pricing tiers. Application for repositioning drawings The award-winning iOS app, now also available for macOS, disrupted the industry withRead More →

While most would agree that 3D models are the future of construction planning, the vast majority of construction projects today are still based on 2D drawings. Traditional designs remain the most accessible choice for most professionals, and construction companies are looking for technology tools that offer useful features in aRead More →