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Hyperrealism Photorealistic Oil Paintings / Roberto Bernardi

Roberto Bernardi is an artist based in Todi. He is represented by Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York City. Recently, he has had a solo exhibition at the Hermitage Museum. Bernardi is a Photorealist painter who explores reflections in still lifes of plates and kitchens, glass, and candy…

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Hyperrealism Photorealistic Oil Paintings By Roberto Bernardi - 2010 CANDY RAINBOW

A Woman’s World Beautiful Acrylic Paintings / Montse Martin

Montse Martin’s paintings, called “A Woman’s World” has been exhibited in various places around the world, drawing attention to the issues facing clearly fetishistic, parallel to privacy, femininity and personality of her fanciful paintings…

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A Woman's World Beautiful Acrylic Paintings By Montse Martin - acrylic on canvas - madonnasomoking

‘Gravity Glue’ Rock Balanced Sculptures / Michael Grab

Gravity Glue is an ongoing satellite project designed to record and share Michael Grab‘s experience and journey through the art of Stone Balance. Gravity is the only “glue” that holds these structures in equilibrium…

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'Gravity Glue' Rock Balanced Sculptures By Michael Grab - Sacred Spaces

KAUST Breakwater Beacon / UAP – Urban Art Projects

Designed by Urban Arts Projects (UAP), A 60m high ‘Breakwater Beacon’ centrepiece of a $7bn research institution for the King Abdullah University for Science & Technology (KAUST), overlooking the Red Sea in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The Australia based designers have drawn inspiration from Arabic maritime traditions…

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KAUST Breakwater Beacon By UAP - Urban Art Projects - 07

Human Body Paintings / Alexa Meade & Sheila Vand

Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand have collaborated on a body of work that explores the fluidity of form in relation to time and space. By stripping the subject of depth and dimension, a displacement of identity ensues, demonstrating the power of context over content.​​..

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Human's Body Paintings By Alexa Meade & Sheila Vand - 01

‘As Good As New’ pop-up shop at SPRMRKT / i29

Dutch studio i29 have coated everything in grey at this pop-up furniture shop in Amsterdam. Located inside fashion store SPRMRKT, the As Good As New concession is the launchpad for the designers’ new furniture collection, created from second hand pieces they’ve found in flea markets and charity shops…

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'As Good As New' pop-up shop at SPRMRKT By i29 - 01

Unbelievable Photorealistic Paintings / Pedro Campos

Pedro Campos is an incredible hyperrealist painter from Madrid, Spain. Using oil paints he recreates incredibly realistic still life shots that many might mistake for a photograph. He’s worked in a variety of creative fields from interior decorating, illustration (at an ad agency), to art restoration on furnishings, paintings and sculptures. He actually didn’t even begin oil painting until the age of 30…

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Unbelievable Photorealistic Paintings By Pedro Campos - Hot Day III

The Toledo Metro Art Station / Oscar Tusquets Blanca

The project of the Catalan architect Oscar Tusquets Blanca also affected the area above, transformed into pedestrian zone and upgraded aesthetically. The communication between internal and external space is entrusted to the skylight-structures-that, from the street, carry the sunlight in the rooms below…

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The Toledo Metro Art Station By Oscar Tusquets Blanca - 03
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  • U.S. Land Port of Entry in Calais, Maine / Robert Siegel Architects - The Calais Land Port of Entry creates a memorable, environmentally friendly national symbol for travellers crossing the US – Canada border. The 26-acre facility comprises a main administration building, a firearms certification range, office and storage space, and several smaller facilities (e.g., kennels). It also incorporates the first new bridge built between the two nations in decades...

    Pinned: 18 Aug 2013
  • Washington Canal Park / OLIN Studio & STUDIOS Architecture - Designed by Philadelphia-based Olin, the three-acre park features a skating loop, interactive fountains, seating areas, and open spaces that will be programmed with public events such as movie screenings and farmers markets. A linear rain garden along the edge of the park is the most visible indication of a site-wide rainwater collection system that collects water runoff, held in cisterns under the site,...

    Pinned: 16 Aug 2013
  • House on Mount Anville / Aughey O'Flaherty Architects - The Dublin-based practice Aughey O'Flaherty Architects has replaced a 1970s bungalow with an ‘energy efficient’ home in Mount Anville on the outskirts of the Irish capital. Its beautiful combination of materials, use of sunlight, and for integrating ecological elements so seamlessly into such a contemporary design...

    Pinned: 15 Aug 2013
  • W Singapore - Sentosa Cove / WATG - Designed & Conceptualized by renowned architectural firm Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG), Inspired by a dynamic cosmopolitan lifestyle, mixed with Sentosa’s vibrant natural surroundings, W Singapore-Sentosa Cove adopts this narrative, blurring the line between cosmopolitan city-state and the beauty of untamed nature...

    Pinned: 14 Aug 2013
  • Cesta & Cestita lamps / Miguel Milá for Santa & Cole - The Cesta & Cestita lamps is a magic lantern in Japan style. It consists of a cherry wood structure and has a spherical opal white shade. Making its first appearance in 1965, Miguel Milá’s ‘Cesta’ and its smaller sibling ‘Cestita’, simplicity itself in formal terms, have been given a new lease of life by Santa & Cole with an optional LED light-source fitting. With dimmer...

    Pinned: 30 Jul 2013
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