When I was growing up in post communist Bulgaria I had little to no love for the old soviet design style. Today I appreciate and always look for these preserved samples of our recent history. Suddenly it makes sense what they say "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" #design#architecture#bulgarian
American design for the bigger part is utilitarian, it has a sturdy feel to it. Meaning function comes first and it's stripped from unnecessary ornamentation. I find this delightful. This is a good example. #american#design#typography
While going through my parents books I came across this beauty. I have a soft spot for this color scheme. #german#european#design
I have never been in a desert before I visited Nevada and Arizona. While walking around that location I tried to imagine what it must have been like for the first settlers to discover these places for the first time. Beautiful. #america#nature
We happen to reside near Xerox PARC. Yes the same PARC Steve Jobs first saw the graphic user interface. I have a soft spot for concrete buildings. And this one is a beauty with its clean lines and large windows.
During a trip to Vegas earlier this year, me and the Swipes team took a little detour. A sign labeled "Wild Watching" was point out of the highway so we followed. I guess the animals haven't read the sign, because no one showed up. But the view was a beauty of its own. #nature#nevada#america
For reasons beyond me I haven't posted in a long time. So I have accumulated a multitude of visual inspiration like this one. A beautiful detail of sand rocks found on the Pacific coast in California.