Fractal Relations

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Backyard pool built into the existing limestone quarry. http://ift.tt/1nwaoNV

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nevver:

Fade to black, Isabella Vacchi

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maxisawerewolf:

artist: Erick Swenson
These are all made of resin.

yes.

avasdemon:

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As always, reblogs really help people discover the comic! <3

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goingurban:

Billboard Homes for the Homeless

Project Gregory is a non profit effort that converts existing billboard structures into affordable housing units. Maintenance costs, skills, and resources are covered through funds raised by the advert space and partner reciprocity.The Republic of Slovakian project utilises the electricity used to keep the billboard lit at night to power the home’s interior.

This project is open source and Project Gregory encourages all cities in all countries to construct new, innovative designs and involve as  many companies as possible to help make a difference.

Second time we’ve featured this, but it’s such an interesting idea. This apartment looks better than mine!

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French photographer Florian Beaudenon's series Instant Life offers a voyeuristic peek into the homes and lives of different men, women, and families, inviting viewers to inspect their belongings and behaviors from a bird’s-eye view.

(Source: mymodernmet, via i-love-your-beautiful-lies)

saic:

Alumni work by Hsi Chen (MFA 2013) on SAIC Portfolios

sosuperawesome:

Prints, notebooks, cards and postcard sets by Quill and Fox on Etsy

Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse

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Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse

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supersonicart:

Hikari Shimoda’s “Fantastic Planet, Goodbye Man" Preview and Interview.

This Saturday, July 19th Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City, California will be presenting Hikari Shimoda’sFantastic Planet, Goodbye Man.

Hikari’s pastel colored work features horned children with stars in their eyes and scars on their necks, that are painted in a style reminiscent of Manga and Anime, as metaphorical essays on the fragile mortality of human life. These ideas have been influenced by such occurrences as the Fukushima Reactor and Chernobyl disasters.

I had the chance to ask the very gifted and outstanding artist a few questions about her work, thoughts on eyes, and beliefs behind “Fantastic Planet, Goodbye Man" which you can read below (And also see more paintings and studio shots!):

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Zach Blas  (2011- Present)

Facial Weaponization Suite  protests against biometric facial recognition–and the inequalities these technologies propagate–by making “collective masks” in community-based workshops that are modeled from the aggregated facial data of participants, resulting in amorphous masks that cannot be detected as human faces by biometric facial recognition technologies. The masks are used for public interventions and performances. One mask, the Fag Face Mask, generated from the biometric facial data of many queer men’s faces, is a response to scientific studies that link determining sexual orientation through rapid facial recognition techniques. Another mask explores a tripartite conception of blackness, divided between biometric racism (the inability of biometric technologies to detect dark skin), the favoring of black in militant aesthetics, and black as that which informatically obfuscates. A third mask engages feminism’s relations to concealment and imperceptibility, taking recent veil legislation in France as a troubling site that turns visibility into an oppressive logic of control. A fourth mask takes up biometrics’ deployment as a border security technology at the Mexico-US border and the resulting violence and nationalism it instigates. These masks intersect with social movements’ use of masking as an opaque tool of collective transformation that refuses dominant forms of political representation.

type-lover:

Master Classes Grafika
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inspiringpieces:

Moleskine Art by Gabriel Picolo

20-year-old artist from Brazil Gabriel Picolo has created an incredible series of manga inspired doodles using just pencil and pen on a Moleskine sketchbook.
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