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

Pedro Matos

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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

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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 »

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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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Washed Up Project is the latest project from Alejandro Durán. Read the rest of this entry »

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As a perfect mix of fun and creativity, photographer Klaus Enrique Gerdes creates a series of portraits made of fruits, flowers, and vegetables. Read the rest of this entry »

Cubico Table

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The Cubico table by Alessandro Di Prisco has one of my favorite features — nooks and crannies. I love anything that has special spots for books and magazines, such as the Lost in Sofa or the Applied Literature Table. Read the rest of this entry »

Katherine Rutter

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Twister is a newly opened restaurant in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Drawing inspiration from the upward pull of a tornado, designers Sergey Makhno and Vasily Butenko created a two-story dining area that hovers above the floor on super-slim legs, complete with light fixtures that resemble rain drops. At the bar area, you’ll feel like your hanging out in a bird’s nest, as the walls are covered with thatched sticks, and the cushy seats look like clumped together pine cones. Read the rest of this entry »

Saira McLaren

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Photography Portfolio by Mike Burdon, a Photographer from Spain.
Macro photography allows us an insight into a dimension which is often overlooked and taken for granted, a world where boundaries are only limited by imagination. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jonny Wan

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Fantastic vector work by Jonny Wan, UK. His incredible detailed illustrations are simply stunning. Read the rest of this entry »

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Located in the center of Hokkaido, House M, designed by Jun Igarashi, is a minimalist beauty with clean, streamlined elements throughout its interior and exterior. There is an exhilaration of simple, modern elements that define the home’s unique characteristics, including the way in which the architect separated the space to increase privacy. Read the rest of this entry »

Tuomas Korpi

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Tuomas Korpi is a Finnish artist, born on October 18th, 1985 and who currently lives in Espoo, Finland. He studied art at the Espoo School of Art and the Helsinki Upper Secondary School of Visual Arts and currently he is following the classes of Architecture at the Helsinki University of Technology. Tuomas Korpi works as a freelance artist, but also with Piñata and has experience in the computer games industry and marketing and advertising industry. Read the rest of this entry »

Vladimir Kush

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Vladimir Kush is a Russian-born surrealist painter and sculptor, although he prefers to refer to his art as metaphorical realism. Read the rest of this entry »

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Just about to enter her 3rd year of Textile Design for a Fashion degree at Manchester Metropolitan University 21-year-old Abbey Watkins, is busy with school, illustrating and her blog Tobacco and Leather. Not a bad combination of chores if you ask me. Abbey’s goal is to finish up with her school and head to London for a year or two to study construction. Read the rest of this entry »

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Earph Interactive is a creative agency where everything is unique and nothing is impossible.
Located in Austin, Texas, specializing in clean, attractive, user friendly Web design & development. Read the rest of this entry »

Katrina Andry

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These days you don’t see enough printmaking in galleries. You may see a silkscreen here or there but when was the last time you saw some wood block prints that are 3×4 feet? I’m glad to know that Katrina Andry is not only making interesting work using this old school art making tradition but is also raising the bar by going big. Read the rest of this entry »

Jacub Gagnon

wpid-14-2011-04-25-07-37.jpgToronto-based artist Jacub Gagnon is known for his whimsical and clever paintings. His characters are often enveloped in darkness, save for a beam of light that brightly shines upon them. Recently he’s painted string that attaches from animals to objects. These strings are meant to make connections and create relationships that would normally not exist. Read the rest of this entry »

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