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About a Deer: Illustrations by Guihuahuzi

Magical Photoshop illustrations of a deer in a dreamlike landscape by Chongqing-based illustrator Guihuahuzi. Using textures, a soft color palette, and a minimal style, the illustrations remind me of those Hallmark cards that manages to speak the message perfectly without saying … Continue reading

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Memory Lapses

A series of installations using overexposed reflective material to create gaps in the image by Montreal-based photographer Francois Ollivier. The effect is like experiencing something ethereal that dissipates through time, at least for me that is. Memory Lapses are temporary installations … Continue reading

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Everyday Objects Obsessively Organized into Patterns by Adam Hillman

New Jersey-based “object arranger” Adam Hillman has really stepped up his organization efforts the last few months, pushing his precisely organized patterns of everyday objects into increasingly more complicated designs. Everything from breakfast cereal to office supplies finds its place … Continue reading

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Artist Philip Beesley Merges Chemistry, Artificial Intelligence, and Interactivity to Create “Living” Architecture

Multidisciplinary artist and architect Philip Beesley weaves together such a broad array of technologies and systems in his artworks that they legitimately defy description, but the immediate impact of encountering these sprawling interactive installations is visceral and awe-inspiring. His latest … Continue reading

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Taiwanese Artist Creates Adorably Quirky Wooden Toy Characters With Help From His Kids

Taiwanese artist Yen Jui-Lin has created an adorably quirky collection of little wooden toy characters with help from his two children. They are available to view on Instagram and Facebook. Source: Taiwanese Artist Creates Adorably Quirky Wooden Toy Characters With … Continue reading

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80-Year-Old Wooden Escalators are Repurposed as a Sculptural Ribbon by Artist Chris Fox

Artist Chris Fox was tasked with repurposing two pairs of timber escalators that were first installed at Sydney’s Wynyard Station in 1931. The escalators have carried passengers for over 80 years and slowly became an iconic symbol of the city’s … Continue reading

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Transient: An Extraordinary Short Film That Captures Lightning at 1,000 Frames per Second

Filmmaker and photographer Dustin Farrell spent over a month this summer traveling some 20,000 miles for the sole purpose of filming thunderstorms around the United States. Using a pricey Phantom Flex4K high-speed camera he filmed lightning strike after lightning strike … Continue reading

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TID Exploring Time 005 by Builders Club

‘It’s an observation of a moment in time and what happens to our mind when we let go and start drifting away. Something ordinary suddenly becomes the impulse for our imagination and we find ourselves wondering where reality ends and … Continue reading

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Futuristic Portholes Capture the View from France’s Aging ‘Tours Aillaud’ Apartment Towers

Eighteen towers filled with more than 1,600 apartments were built by architect Emile Aillaud between 1973 and 1981. The housing complex is found in the Pablo Picasso district of Nanterre, an inner suburb of Paris. The residential towers range from … Continue reading

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It’s in the Leaving: Photos by Michael Massaia – Faith is Torment

Fine art photographer Michael Massaia just completed this series entitled It’s in the Leaving, a project he started in 2012 focusing on the last pay phones in New York City. Just looking at the images makes me realize how technology … Continue reading

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