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Paintings in Ink Tea and Alcohol / Carne Griffiths

UK-based illustrator Carne Griffiths creates these striking portraits with uncommon medium examined as tea brandy, vodka, whiskey, graphite and ink calligraphy. His drawings most frequently explore human and floral forms, as, says he’s “fascinated by the flow of line and the ‘invisible lines’ that connect us to the natural world…

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Paintings in Ink Tea and Alcohol By Carne Griffiths - 25

2012 Big Bambú Installation In Rome / Doug and Mike Starn

The newest iteration of the gravity-defying installation Big Bambú by American artists Doug and Mike Starn is currently being installed in the MACRO Testaccio, Rome, as the protagonist of the sixth edition of the Enel Contemporanea, curated by Francesco Bonami. This year’s edition of the event celebrates the 50th anniversary of Enel…

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2012 Big Bambú Installation In Rome By Doug and Mike Starn - 51

Chop Stick / Visiondivision

Chop Stick, created by the Swedish architecture duo visiondivision, provides visitors to 100 Acres a place to sit, swing, and enjoy refreshments in an outdoor pavilion crafted almost entirely from a single tree. The 100-foot-tall tulip tree—the state tree of Indiana—was found in a forest near Anderson, Indiana, and transported to 100 Acres with a large portion of its limbs intact…

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The Droplet Chandelier Installation / Studio 505 + BAM

A 7 meter long chandelier made from steel and acrylic hangs in the focal space of Wujin’s Planning Exhibition Center. Located within the interior of the Lotus Conference Centre in Wujin China, the chandelier is being designed and built in collaboration between Studio 505 + BAM (Ballistic Architecture Machine)…

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The Droplet Chandelier Installation By Studio 505 & BAM - 10

Broken 1000 Faces / Takahiro Kimura

This is the personal project Kimura started in 1999, in which he’d make 1000 pieces of work “faces” by his original way of collage in the same sized paper (21cm×29.7cm). Each face contains each facial expression at the moment which can never seen again…

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Broken Faces By Takahiro Kimura - 01

Portrait Watercolor Paintings / agnes-cecile (Silvia Pelissero)

agnes-cecile is the pseudonym for the ‘Italian artist Silvia Pelissero. Born in Rome in 1991, Cecile studied art in school, but had no other training formale.Attualmente, his watercolors are constructions wild paint and the lines that form an emotionally expressive portrait of the subject. Every painting portrait is unique…

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Girl Paintings / Kathrin Longhurst

A classically trained figurative painter, Kathrin Longhurst began taking life drawing classes at the age of 14 and continues to develop her knowledge of the human form…

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Girl Paintings By Kathrin Longhurst - Meluxine as Tank girl

Freya’s Cabin and Robin’s Hut / Studio Weave

Freya’s Cabin and Robin’s Hut are two of a pair of small buildings located on opposite sides of the Kielder Water along the Lakeside Way. The two buildings, are linked by the story of Freya & Robin, which tells a tale of the two characters who live by the lake and their efforts to meet up. Freya’s Cabin is a beautiful golden structure balanced in long golden stems and carved on the inside like a forest…

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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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