No wonder London designers are so good, growing up seeing such beautiful type treatments day by day surely has its impact.
Some time ago I was enchanted by Junku Nishimura’s photography. This time I had the pleasure of finding a fellow romanian that walks a similar path (among others, of course). Enjoy Mr. Mihai Leu‘s photography:
and one that best says “here like nowhere else”:
This one was recomended by Mihai, made by Peter Eavis, another must-see:
(via flickr — always a great source)
Typical Murphy, after working on at least four design projects concerning banking (finance, to be more precise) in one form or another, after spending days scavanging for related pictures on the internet, after asking friends to risk getting arrested photographing banks while on vacation abroad, it took one random search through Flickr to find the banking in photos group.
So, if you need examples of fascias, interiors, ATM’s, window treatments etc, that’s the place. Feel free to add your photos, obviously :)
and last but not least, a “supermarket” bank (they’ll probably have to downgrade to street kiosks due to the financial crisis, though :P)
(pictures from flickr, obviously)
Thanks to my colleague, Kit, I’ve discovered Mr. Junku Nishimura‘s jaw-dropping photography (hope I didn’t mess up his name). One could talk for hours about his vintage versus modern compositions, about his eye-popping contrasts or about his incredible talent of capturing short moments in time, true slices of life, be it human’s, animal’s or object’s. But the best thing to do is to watch in awe. Enjoy.