Monthly Archives: July 2016

Imaginary Camouflaged Leaf Insects Painted by Takumi Kama

In Takumi Kama’s imagined future, when the natural environment has been completely destroyed, the leaf insects will have to evolve and change themselves to use mimicry to blend into their new surroundings. These imaginary insects have been painted with such … Continue reading

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Street Artist Paints Over Ugly Graffiti to Make it Legible

French artist Mathieu Tremblin implements graphic processes of intervention inspired by anonymous, autonomous and spontaneous practices and expressions in urban space in order to question the systems of legislation, representation and symbolization of the city. “Tag Clouds principle is to … Continue reading

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100-Year-Old Theatre Is Turned Into a Thriving Bookstore

photo credit: Ryan Poole Welcome to one of the most beautiful (and one of the biggest) bookshop in the world, the ex-theatre El Ateneo in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Designed in 1919 by architects Peró and Torres Armengol, El Ateneo shifted to a … Continue reading

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Digital Artworks by Aykut Aydoğdu (Pt.2)

This wonderful series of digital illustrations are by Istanbul-based artist Aykut Aydoğdu (Previously). Facebook / Instagram / Behance

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Song of the Day: The Mariner’s Revenge Song by The Decemberists

“The Mariner’s Revenge Song” is a song by The Decemberists from their 2005 album Picaresque. Lyrics: We are two mariners Our ship’s sole survivors In this belly of a whale It’s ribs are ceiling beams It’s guts are carpeting I … Continue reading

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A Separate Reality by Alex Andreyev (Pt.2)

The Call Alex Andreev  (Previously) lives in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. He’s been drawing, painting and doing graphic design over last 20 years. He works as art-director in advertising agency and as senior concept artist for movie and game production. … Continue reading

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Macro Photos of Cityscapes In Water Drops

Brooklyn Bridge – NYC Belgrade-based photographer Dusan Stojancevic depicts metropolises contained within tiny droplets of rainwater. “The story starts 15 years ago with a photo from my window. I kept this technique and photos away from public as I wanted to … Continue reading

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Patrick Commecy Brings City Walls to Life

French street artist Patrick Commecy (with his team) uses trompe-l’œil to bring city walls to life. This technique, that was popular during the Baroque period, focuses on depicting realistic imagery and creating optical illusions of three dimensional objects. Commency has designed and produced … Continue reading

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Wooden Heels Hand-Carved with Ancient Vietnamese Pagoda Techniques

Fashion4Freedom takes liberty in translating the timeless beauty of ancient Vietnamese wood art through the lens of modern luxury. “We offer high-end jewelry and shoes that are handcrafted by artisans. Every product is ethically produced as our main focus is … Continue reading

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Glowing Dolphins

These dolphins are swimming at night in an ocean teeming with millions of luminous plankton. This plankton typically glows when it’s disturbed and that can happen from anything; a wave, a footprint on a beach… Because the dolphins are moving, the plankton light … Continue reading

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