Photoshop, the program that allows its users to crop, manipulate, and perfect pictures from less-than-stellar creations to creative masterpieces, recently celebrated its Twenty-Fifth birthday. So for the sake of educating the public on the history of such a great piece of software and for the LOLs, CreativeLive decided to provide such a great service. The group asked a collection of current well-known Photoshop designers — Dave Cross, Jared Platt, Ben Willmore, Chris Orwig, Julieanne Kost, Aaron Nace, Tim Grey, Matt Kloskowski, and Jason Hoppe — to take a quick dive into the original Photoshop 1.0, and disastrous hilarity ensued.
I’ve covered some of my favorite aspects, buildings, projects, and feature in the world of architecture in the course of the 1.5 years of writing content for The PractitioNERD, but now it’s time for something completely different. What about the works of architectural design that are not quite up to snuff? You know, architecture and design that’s not that good? OK, I’m talking about architectural design that reeks of complete sucktitude (that is a word; I’m ALMOST sure of it). Check out more terrible, horrible, and lazy architectural design decisions in the collection of images after the break. Continue reading God-Awful Architectural Design Decisions. WOW…→