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craigandkarl:

David Bowie is - our first monthly contribution to British Vogue’s The Culture Edit!

craigandkarl:

David Bowie is - our first monthly contribution to British Vogue’s The Culture Edit!

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Kaarina Kaikkonen

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ryanpanos:

Digital Collages of People Climbing Stairs by Jiyen Lee via MMM

Korean artist Jiyen Lee has created a series of hypnotizing digital collages that present people going up and down stairs, as seen from a bird’s eye view. Each puzzling assemblage features an unidentifiable traffic of pedestrians on an endless journey. It also remains unclear whether they are actually ascending or descending the steps in front of them, as Lee has taken the artistic liberty of reconfiguring images in unimaginable compositions. Like an M. C. Escher painting, the artist’s digitally manipulated images present a saturation of staircases with no perceivable beginning or end.

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moderneraofarts:

‘Unwrap Your Voice’ - Ricola packaging by Julien Canavezes

moderneraofarts:

‘Unwrap Your Voice’ - Ricola packaging by Julien Canavezes

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chilenia en tokyo

animacion pablo alibaud - guion tuxon

puerto de palos, 2013

likeafieldmouse:

Greg Fedell - Beyond Failure (2011)

likeafieldmouse:

Greg Fedell - Beyond Failure (2011)

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solaricist:



In Paris, he explored an aesthetic of voyeurism and spectatorship that would become central to his paintings for the rest of his life. Hopper’s canvases present dramas without scripts, actions without stories, and scenes that are hauntingly more mental than material, turning these American scenes of solitude into alluring and enigmatic uncertainties.

solaricist:

In Paris, he explored an aesthetic of voyeurism and spectatorship that would become central to his paintings for the rest of his life. Hopper’s canvases present dramas without scripts, actions without stories, and scenes that are hauntingly more mental than material, turning these American scenes of solitude into alluring and enigmatic uncertainties.


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vanished:

Michael Kenna - Egypt, 2009

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