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The Souq which means Free Market in Arabic in Marrakech, Morocco are divided into many areas. Each area sells different types of local products and one part that I had spend most of my time wandering around was the smith area.
You can find local men spending their time crafting different things which can be as simple as steel table stand, gold/silver jewelry, beautiful ceiling lamp and even Aladdin Genie lamp. Their crafting skill is amazing and the design is very unique to a traveller like me. If you happen to be in Morocco, the Souq is one of the places that you should visit, especially for those of you who are interested in purchasing unique souvenir to bring back home.
Design: Robin Nishio
I recently listened to an interview on Mirko Ilic. He mentioned how he felt about bridges and the positive nature of them. Bridges are one of those elements I’ve learn to take advantage of without appreciating the function and influence each one shares. Bridges are designed as an element that connects the dots forming a seamless flow, creating an energy that generates the obvious-productivity. Although it connects us from one place to another, it represents a sign of growth, hope, the future… MORE »
PSYOP TV // Bethesda “Dishonored Chapter One : The Awakening By Robin Nishio, Sam Ballardini, Jon Saunders, and Borja Pena.
Drawing from life is one thing, but drawing from memory is a totally different game. Drawing from memory is a difficult task because of the guess work involved and the doubt of accuracy, even if it were a simple square. Let alone a complete landscape (of NYC). Steven Wiltshire’s accuracy in reproducing drawings from memory is an awing experience to watch.