April 17, 2008 at 9:15 am Leave a comment

Urban planning has always fascinated me.  On the one hand there is something nice about the structure and predictability of the Manhattan grid, but on the other, the random growth patterns displayed predominately in older cities is natural and beautiful.  Designer Lee Jang Sub focuses on the latter with his new wall art collection, complexCity, where he finds inspiration in the “living patterns” of city’s and natural elements.



The collection will expand to include 10 famous cities.

+Find out more here.
+via Moco Loco



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