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Five Good Things: Infrared Spring to a Dieter Rams Pie

Present & Correct picks the best of this week's art on the web

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Pink cherry blossoms on an empty road
Pink cherry blossoms on an empty roadPhotograph: Twenty20/Corbis

We are all on tenterhooks for the start of spring, but this series of photographs found on The Guardian will have to do for now. It’s spring in infrared, a trippy, candy world of pink trees and dayglow blossoms.

Linear logos are definitely having a moment right now. For an ongoing collection of the best we advise bookmarking Line Craft Logos.

Alexander Girard was a legend of geometric pattern design, and this is a great archive of his work.

Spontaneous, fluid and translucent – we think you will like the paintings by Egyptian artist Bassmi Ibrahim.

We also discovered Katharina Trudzinski's wooden collages this week. A series of layered wooden grids and architectural blocks, feeling like the complete opposite to the ephemeral Ibrahim. 

Finally, in honour of Pie Week and one of our favourite designers, we're bringing an extra post to the party. This pastry creation, made by Martha Stewart, channelling Dieter Rams.

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