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Artist Aleksandra Domanovic’s latest artwork is simple. Stacks of inkjet printed paper piled up on each other, with the sides exposing some intrigue details. You can download a 5555 A4 pages PDF of her artwork.

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The simplest ideas makes me happy. Being able to imagine pinning my notes on my archenemy makes me happier. by Daniel Caramelo.


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Photographer Andy Barter documented kisses from an angle that’s not quite the usual one you see.

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Handdrawn ink on paper but smooth, flowing and architectural. by Peter Jellitsch.

STB means Streambody, this series is based on a motion algorithm that is used in architectural practice to simulate wind directions and the force of air that arrives at highrise buildings. I have experimented with this program, and the outcome was solid bubbles which I have then redrawn with the directions that they had. The degree denotation that my title has (for example: STB/S02/90°) is explaining the turn of the wind-force hitting the object.

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Simplified philosophy by Genis Carreras. Beats flipping through a 200 page book. Do check out the rest of his philographics.

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Bruce Muro is a lighting designer and artist whose dramatic large scale installions are just spellbinding. Bruce planted over 20,000 light stems along a 1km path in Pennsylvania for his lastest solo show titled Forest of Lights.

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I’ve always like AlexMeade’s works which crosses between performance, art and installation.

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Florian Schmid has created these intriguing stools with a new material know as Concrete Canvas. It combines the softness of cloth with the stability of concrete. Once brought in the final shape, you just have to water the material and within 24h it will alomst harden out completely.

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Vadim Kibardin has designed the perfect digital clock.

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ADA – Analog Interactive Installation, is a kinetic sculpture by German-based artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski. Helium inflated sphere + Small room + Protruding charcoal spikes + Human interaction = Art that we like. (images from thisiscolossal.com )

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These of photographs are shot by American photographer Jill Greenberg in 2008 when she was commissioned to shoot the US Olympic Synchronized Swim Team for a fashion spread. Shot underwater, these beautiful swimmers wearing heels look like they’re sticking their heads out of a glass roof.

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By doing away with superflous details like faces, arms, necks and torsos, Sparky Campanella composes a portrait of his subjects with a mosaic of close up skin, moles, freckles and abstracted body parts.

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The Air Vase by Tokyo-based Torafu Architects is formed from a flat perforated paper stretched on each side into shape. With the top and bottom of the paper in different colour, be amused by the different look from different views. Oh did I mention that the packaging is so cute.

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By architects Henriquez Partners in Vancouver, this concrete staircase inside an atrium twists and turns its way up like the umbilical cord of the building, delivering people from one place to another, much like how an umbilical cord transfers nutrients from mother to child. via Contemporist

 

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MÖBIUS — Federation Square is a collaborative stop motion sculpture where twenty-one large triangles animated by Melbourne, throughout Federation Square. MÖBIUS is a sculpture that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behave as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground. The result is an optical illusion and a time-lapse of people interacting with the sculpture and moving through Melbourne’s landmark location throughout the day. By ENESS

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Jean Baptiste Fastrez looked at hairdryers and decided that they would do well with a bit of wood in the construction. The resulting Tomahawk hair dryers are reminders of old-fashioned tools made with wooden handles yet still starkly modern looking.

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Combine geeky 8-bit art with high fashion and you have instant gold. via fashionary

 

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A gorgeous collaboration by furniture manufacturer Vitra and fashion house G-star Raw, reinterpreting and in some cases re-imagining some of the most classic pieces of furniture by French designer  Jean Prouvé. My favourite of the series must be the wooden stool, finished off with the signature two circles in a darker wood.

Prouvé RAW presents a collection of Jean Prouvé furniture classics – newly interpreted by denim specialist G-Star and Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra in collaboration with the Prouvé family. Born out of a mutual passion for this French Modernist’s iconic designs, the G-Star and Vitra creative teams have worked for two years to give some of Jean Prouvé‘s best known designs a fresh and contemporary look and feel, while re-discovering the charm of some of his lesser known pieces.

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String Gardens are just what’s in the name: surreal, seemingly floating balls of soil and a myriad of plants, suspended only by strings, and probably a whole lot of magic.

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The last shuttle has left and astronauts all over and beyond consolation. There is only one way to end this…

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