Stunning Arabic Light Calligraphy

Artist Julien Breton aka "Kaalam" is a master of photographic light painting, turning full-body gestures reminiscent of dance movements into the invisible pen strokes of Arabic calligraphy. Breton works silently in secluded urban environments and against dimmed architectural backdrops to execute perfectly rehearsed motions that translate on film to both abstract and literal Arabic handwriting. With its sweeping tails, loops, and punctuated diacritic dots, it’s difficult to imagine any other language more suited to the transcription of human body movement into written language.
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Laser-Cut Paper Windows

Artist Eric Standley is inspired by the historical islamic architecture or Gothic roses, to create beautiful laser-cut paper sculptures. The accuracy gives depth to creations that are like real architectural works.
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Ceramic Lighting Collection

Based in Los Angeles’ Echo Park, design studio ENTLER recently launched a lighting collection made from ceramic. The unique lamps begin as hand-modeled forms built by Jonathan ENTLER, a process that involves working with the natural material’s properties. Once formed, the lamps emerge from a custom-engineered casting process. They almost look like wilting plants or some kind of one-eyed creature looking down. Besides the table lamps, there are hanging lamps as well.
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  • 2015-07-23 09:04:01
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Knives Shaped Like Whales

Japanese blacksmith Toru Yamashita imagined knives in steel and carbon shaped like five different kinds of whales. This collection of knives is called “Kujira” and the blades shape the whale’s mouth. Initially, these products were thought for children in order to make paper cutting ludic. Some are available for 50$ on Amazon - Internet shop.
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Paris Rooftops by Night

In the framework of his exhibition at le Salon du Panthéon through July 24th, Alain Cornu reveals you the multiple secrets of Paris with this amazing series of photographs made by night. A series gathering unexpected views of paris, from lighted windows to iconic grey roofs of french capital.
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  • 2015-07-22 14:27:09
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One of the biggest ecological murals in the world

Company PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna has commissioned a professional team to constitute one of the biggest eco murals of the world. Located in the mountains of Bieszczady, on the barrage by Lake Solina in Poland, this “painting” wall of 91 meters wide and 54 meters high representing Bieszczady’s wildlife and plant life was created with water under high pressure to clean the sediment that was formed during many years.
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  • 2015-07-22 11:56:31
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Bridges Exploration at Night

Andres Orozco is a young photographer born in Bogotá and based today in Brooklyn. Specialized in the fine art and documentary photography, he did a series in South Korea, Seoul, last year. Through Retro Future, he wanted to explore the bridges of this city, at night, and all the structures that linger the Han River. With a dramatic light, he took a special care of symmetry.
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