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Kevin Okafor photographs each step of his drawings, you get a glimpse at his technique, and it is impressive how he uses charcoal for the hair—he smudges it, and then with a pen eraser thinly threads and creates highlights. He also uses other materials such as Faber-Castell graphite and black colored pencils

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pizzzatime:

cavetocanvas: Tom Wesselmann, Seascape Dropout, 1982

pizzzatime:

cavetocanvas: Tom Wesselmann, Seascape Dropout, 1982

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Vacuum realizes the collaboration between fashion designer Fernanda Quilici and Brazilian-based animation / design studio Sinlogo. Making something, out of literally nothing.

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mydarling:

I’m pretty sure this is one of my favorite things I’ve ever seen. Yep. 

mydarling:

I’m pretty sure this is one of my favorite things I’ve ever seen. Yep. 

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showslow:

Bodyscapes by Jean-Paul Bourdier

Jean-Paul Bourdier is a French born photographer currently based in California. Apart from his daily job as a professor in the department of architecture at UC Berkeley, Jean-Paul Bourdier takes beautiful pictures mixing body art and land art.  His series of photographs entitled “Bodyscapes” presents human bodies painted in such a way as they fully fade in the natural background that surrounds them. Don’t hesitate to check out his portfolio or to follow him on Facebook to see much more.

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inevitablefragments:

Domenico Gnoli

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Reframe by Adam Scales, Berthelimeau Peter and Paul Van Den Berg.

Note:

By moving around the cube, a series of constant visual changes and surprising experiences of the court reveal. At one point, Reframe is a cube and a series of plates and then disappear. At another time he focuses on details of the environment wall. A dynamic poetic and sensitive develops between contemporary architecture and heritage. discovery of this object animates and activates the existing architecture. ‘Reframe’ proves to be not only an amazing interior / exterior, but also a vector of receptivity visitor revealing details of facades and architectural elements.’s other attraction of this approach concern the visitor himself experimented constantly changes. ‘Reframe’ becomes a through playful interaction between visitors. Approaching, recoiling or turning around the object the visitor moves from position to see that to be seen. From the position of the control to be destabilized and intentionally or not, he engages in an endless game to surprise and be surprised.

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