Art is not what you see, but what you make others see

Pedro Matos

Pedro Matos was born on the 11th January 1984.Though he was born in Madeira Island, he spent all his childhood and youth in Lisbon city,capital of Portugal.
His references are the work of photographers such as Tomas Ruff and Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, Helmut Newton, Robert Mapletorpe, the design of La Chapelle and at last, but not the least, the reference of Steven Klein that floods Pedro Matos´ imaginary. Read the rest of this entry »

Laura Bifano

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Abigail Daker

I love the attention to detail in this map by Abigail Daker, I assume that it must be huge and she must have an unbelievable amount of patience. For more illustrated map goodness, check out this great one of Reykjavik’s centre. Read the rest of this entry »

The Adna Chaise from David Weeks Studio has an unruly base of bare wood paired with a sleek, sophisticated upholstered seat, which creates a nice juxtaposition Read the rest of this entry »

Industrial Scars

wpid-j-henryfairenvironmentalscars1-2011-07-11-06-36.jpgEnvironmental activist J Henry Fair took these colorful aerial shots of Industrial Scars with the hope that we would understand our role in this mess that we’ve caused and that, ultimately, we’d want to make a difference. Read the rest of this entry »

Riccardo Guasco

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Sara Haraigue

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