Glass House in Fog

Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya, known for her fog sculptures, has recently wrapped the Philip Johnson Glass House with a dense veil of fog. The transparency of the building marries perfectly with the fog sculpture. Photos by Richard Barnes.
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  • 2014-04-29 08:20:26
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Creative Pictures by John Wilhelm

Below we want to show you some creative images by Swiss photographerJohn Wilhelm.
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  • 2014-04-28 13:38:16
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Surreal Photos Taken With An Old Film Camera

The photographer Oleg Oprisco based in Ukraine, takes very beautiful and surrealistic pictures of fairy and dreamy women. The originality of his work is in the fact that he only uses oldschool cameras such as Kiev 6C and 88, and old films camera.
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  • 2014-04-28 13:13:06
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Points of Contention

Driven by the exploration of time, motion and physics of the natural world, Jonathan Latiano created “Points of Contention” an installation in the form of fragments, such as a crystal growth or an explosive impact. Through the use of reclaimed wood pieces, modified and painted rendering of the work is pretty spectacular.
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  • 2014-04-28 11:12:41
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Editorial Illustrations by Nata Metlukh

Based in San Francisco, the illustrator Nata Metlukh does editorial drawings for different magazines. Her illustrations fits perfectly to our era, the digital era and the polluted air of the city, the whole made with a colorful and funny style.
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  • 2014-04-28 10:15:15
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Junkyard Photography by David A. Evans

Photographer David A. Evans captures amazing images of bodies of cars, trucks, helicopters or even abandoned bus in different locations across the United States. The artist showcases creations by colors and amazing effects.
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  • 2014-04-28 10:00:30
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Home by Weston Surman & Deane

Hidden at the bottom of a garden in London, this small house made ​​by Surman & Deane was designed as a retreat for writing an author. The architecture of this studio provides a unique perspective and clear with plenty of natural light. The materials are mostly Recovery Elements, which gives the interior a unique and original look.
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