Perhaps I should not have gone with the vertically inclined number 11 to represent this cluster, but I think the theme still remains pretty straight forward.
From horizontal hair stripes to triple bunk jets, check out these 11 horizontal finds which will have you wondering why you ever liked pinstripes in the first place.
Implications - Vertical lines have been a staple design element that has been seen over and over again. A simple change up like these horizontal finds will make your product stand out. By adapting subtle changes like switching from vertical to horizontal, companies can create and explore many new patterns that would have otherwise been overlooked. Sometimes subtle switch-ups can spark big changes.
From Horizontal Hair Stripes to Triple Bunks Jets
Brian G Randles — January 27, 2010 — Art & Design
Horizontal Corduroys Make You Look Phat
Horizontal White Stripes
Striated Fashion Rocks House of Holland A/W ‘09 Runway
Triple Bunk Jet
Lufthansa Fits More Passengers Horizontally
Beefy Body Boards
Can Miguel Angel's Horizontal Personal Watercraft Survive the Waves?
Seductive Dance School Ads
Sherry Kwon Campaign Turns the Tango Into the Horizontal Mambo
The Angular Horizontal House by Eastern Design Office
Tighty-Whities for Lefties
UK Based HOM Has a Horizontal Hole to Help Men Achieve Equal Access
Stealthy Wind Turbines
RidgeBlade ridgeline Wind Turbine Has Nearly Invisible Horizontal Design
Horizontal Design Hangs On Wall
The Axolute Minimalist Sink
Horizontal Hair Stripes
Contrasting Hair Colors