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23 Oct 14:27

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21 Oct 09:40

rudygodinez: Jungjin Lee, Two Photographs from the Series...





rudygodinez:

Jungjin Lee, Two Photographs from the Series “Unnamed Road”, (2010-2012)

20 Oct 16:12

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12 Sep 07:42

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18 Oct 09:50

weakchick: Walter Förderer, Evangelische Friedenskirche in...



weakchick:

Walter Förderer, Evangelische Friedenskirche in Baumberg, 1966-1971

17 Oct 13:51

Every 20 minutes at work

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10 Oct 14:44

onlylolgifs: When your ex tries to come back



onlylolgifs:

When your ex tries to come back

08 Oct 15:48

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05 Oct 10:58

Submerged Turntable by Evan Holm

by Boogie nuggets

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Artist Evan Holm created an installation of submerged record player that’s still producing a nearly perfect audio.

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VIDEO HERE


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30 Sep 08:25

L’artiste Walead Beshty envoie ses fragiles créations de verre avec FedEx

by ufunk

Pour exprimer la notion de vie d’une oeuvre d’art, l’artiste anglais Walead Beshty, basé à Londres, a réalisé des boites de verre ou de cuivre très fragiles qu’il a envoyé directement aux galeries d’art en utilisant les emballages et les services du transporteur FedEx. Bien évidemment, les oeuvres sont arrivées brisées à destinations, avec des éclats, des rayures et des fissures témoignant de la manutention et du transport qu’elles ont subies… Une mauvaise publicité pour FedEx, mais un très bon concept !

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Images © Walead Beshty / via

30 Sep 09:18

Log Cabin Tent — "Sleeps 8"

"Front porch and all."$400...(Read...)

29 Sep 19:51

From Hyperballad Charles Bouchaib

29 Sep 07:46

Les objets décalés de Toni Spyra

by ufunk

Les créations de l’artiste allemand Toni Spyra, basé en Autriche, qui réalise des objets et des installations décalées, détournant avec humour les fonctionnalités initiales de ces objets… Une série amusante dans la lignée du travail de García de Marina ou de Giuseppe Colarusso. Je vous recommande aussi l’excellent « Quand une designer s’amuse à imaginer la pire expérience utilisateur possible« .

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Images © Toni Spyra / via

19 Sep 23:22

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19 Sep 18:16

fw1991: Unknown Photographer, Demolition of a building -...



fw1991:

Unknown Photographer, Demolition of a building - Kösliner Strasse, Berlin, (1961)

18 Sep 19:53

jump993: Welcome to the internet



jump993:

Welcome to the internet

06 Sep 01:32

Ozan Mutlu Dursun

29 Aug 22:32

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28 Aug 05:57

Matt Johnson, Pyramid of Dust, dust, 2011, 15 x 15 x 15...



Matt JohnsonPyramid of Dust, dust, 2011, 15 x 15 x 15 inches, Pedestal: 15 x 33 x 33 inches , Vitrine: 30 x 33 x 33 inches 

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28 Aug 06:07

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29 Aug 11:51

Incredible Re-arranged Photographs by Vancouver-based Artist Ed Spence

by Jeff

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Vancouver-based artist Ed Spence is making some of my favourite work right now. I dropped by his studio a couple weeks ago and I couldn’t leave without buying a piece. Let me explain to you what you’re looking at.

Ed takes a photograph of a crumpled piece of reflective paper. Then he prints the image and cuts out a section of it using a blade. He carefully cuts up the section into small “pixels” and re-arranges them based on colour. So if you were to run your hand along the finished photograph you would feel the texture of the cut pieces.

You kinda have to see these in person to really get the full effect. Really fantastic stuff! Lots more images below. The one I bought is the next one down.

View the whole post: Incredible Re-arranged Photographs by Vancouver-based Artist Ed Spence over on BOOOOOOOM!.

28 Aug 15:00

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29 Aug 01:48

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29 Aug 09:31

happynoodlegirl83: kardafricanz: This is Iceberg, the first...



happynoodlegirl83:

kardafricanz:

This is Iceberg, the first white orca whale on earth. Scientists studying a pod of orcas saw his pure white dorsal fin breaking the surface and followed him, thinking that this was a trick of the eye. But Iceberg is the first reported albino killer whale, living in a large pod. Behavioural experts believed that orcas would exile a whale that did not look like the rest of the pod, but since Iceberg was born, his pod has accepted him and he is living a happy and healthy life.

Proving that whales are smarter than people.

29 Aug 09:37

Social Pool by Alfredo Barsuglia

by Anke Nunheim

In the middle of the California desert and a few hours away from LA you’ll find the minimalist art sculpture Social Pool by viennese artist Alfredo Barsuglia. It’s an 4qm wide pool in the Mojave desert, open for anybody to use, but neither signs nor paths lead you there. The white, geometric sculpture just allows for one or two people to stand or sit on either of its sides. Barsuglia stipulated that only one person or small party at a time can use the pool, and for no longer than 24 hours. MAK Center for Art and Architecture has the only key for the cover of the pool and the GPRS data. The visiting season is May 1st through September 30th, seven days a week. Reservations are recommended.

In a globalized world where anything is accessible anytime it was Barsuglias intention that the visitors who are on their long way to the pool, come to rest, find time to think about their life and social values ​​and reflecting their own reality.

All images © Alfredo Barsuglia

21 Aug 17:34

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25 Aug 02:21

Toothpaste Oreos prank. [video]



Toothpaste Oreos prank. [video]

25 Aug 15:16

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27 Aug 11:37

Kyle Platts

by Jeff

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Drawings by London-based illustrator Kyle Platts. Previously featured here. See more below.

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26 Aug 22:01

Necropoli della Banditaccia

by admin

La de la Banditaccia es la necrópolis antigua más extensa de todo el Mediterráneo. Las sepulturas más antiguas son del siglo IX al VIII a. C. Del siglo VII, período etrusco, hay dos tipos de sepulturas, las de túmulo y las de «dado».Las sepulturas en forma de túmulo se caracterizan por una estructura de toba de planta circular que reproduce en el interior una representación de la casa del difunto, con corredores (dromos) para acceder a las diversas dependencias.

Por Lucabellincioni

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