flatstudio:

beesandbombs: cube dots

thatdisneyprincess:

gameraboy:

It’s a snap!

WHAT WHY HAVEN’T I SEEN THIS BEFORE

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Timestamp: 1410082306

thatdisneyprincess:

gameraboy:

It’s a snap!

WHAT WHY HAVEN’T I SEEN THIS BEFORE

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danielstolle:

"Der Himmel über Berlin (-Gesundbrunnen)"

Timestamp: 1409957058

danielstolle:

"Der Himmel über Berlin (-Gesundbrunnen)"

type-lover:

Identuty Office
by Marisa Passos

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architectural-review:

Sketch of Corbusier’s Couvent de Sainte Marie de la Tourette, Eveux France, 2014.

Timestamp: 1409951784

architectural-review:

Sketch of Corbusier’s Couvent de Sainte Marie de la Tourette, Eveux France, 2014.

filetofish:

The Illusion of Light, Palazzo Grassi, Venice by Doug Wheeler | via

Doug Wheeler’s lighting installation, titled D-N SF 12 PG VI, is installed for The Illusion of Light exhibition at Palazzo Grassi – an 18th century residence situated on Venice’s Grand Canal that now hosts contemporary art shows.

Visible on entering the gallery, the re-appropriated atrium space is flanked on two sides by the building’s original stone columns.

The other two edges, floor and roof are replaced with what appears to be just brilliant white light.

When viewed from the entrance hall, it is unclear how far the illuminated area extends up or back and visitors inside the space seem to be suspended in and surrounded by the light.

This disorientation and spatial uncertainty continue when entering the area as white lighting removes the sense of depth and perspective.

"Light becomes matter and redefines space and time by eliminating the perceptual markers of the visitor, who is left between a mirage and reality, nature and artifice, fullness and emptiness, moment and duration," said a statement from the gallery.

Venturing far enough into the space, it is possible to get into a position facing away from the columns so the light completely fills the field of view.

The effect is created inside a reinforced fibreglass shell, which is coated in titanium dioxide paint and illuminated with LEDs.

The shell curves up gently from the floor to create two walls and a ceiling. Lighting is used to remove the shadows that would usually give away where the surfaces change direction.

The Illusion of Light exhibition was curated by Caroline Bourgeois and continues until 31 December.

Photography: Fulvio Orsenigo

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(Fonte: cjwho)

Timestamp: 1409818701

filetofish:

The Illusion of Light, Palazzo Grassi, Venice by Doug Wheeler | via

Doug Wheeler’s lighting installation, titled D-N SF 12 PG VI, is installed for The Illusion of Light exhibition at Palazzo Grassi – an 18th century residence situated on Venice’s Grand Canal that now hosts contemporary art shows.

Visible on entering the gallery, the re-appropriated atrium space is flanked on two sides by the building’s original stone columns.

The other two edges, floor and roof are replaced with what appears to be just brilliant white light.

When viewed from the entrance hall, it is unclear how far the illuminated area extends up or back and visitors inside the space seem to be suspended in and surrounded by the light.

This disorientation and spatial uncertainty continue when entering the area as white lighting removes the sense of depth and perspective.

"Light becomes matter and redefines space and time by eliminating the perceptual markers of the visitor, who is left between a mirage and reality, nature and artifice, fullness and emptiness, moment and duration," said a statement from the gallery.

Venturing far enough into the space, it is possible to get into a position facing away from the columns so the light completely fills the field of view.

The effect is created inside a reinforced fibreglass shell, which is coated in titanium dioxide paint and illuminated with LEDs.

The shell curves up gently from the floor to create two walls and a ceiling. Lighting is used to remove the shadows that would usually give away where the surfaces change direction.

The Illusion of Light exhibition was curated by Caroline Bourgeois and continues until 31 December.

Photography: Fulvio Orsenigo

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(Fonte: cjwho)

cross-connect:

The digital art and photo manipulation by Yhenz

                                                      

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Timestamp: 1409774886

cross-connect:

The digital art and photo manipulation by Yhenz

                                                      

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architectural-review:

Karlsgarten, 2014

Jack Huang

Timestamp: 1409638961

architectural-review:

Karlsgarten, 2014

Jack Huang

nevver:

Train in vain, Pierre Folk

nevver:

Take the Metro

London - Barcelona - Berlin - Madrid - Moskva - Seul - Tokio

(Fonte: inat.fr, via dreamhardworksmart)

Timestamp: 1409523675

nevver:

Take the Metro

London - Barcelona - Berlin - Madrid - Moskva - Seul - Tokio

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mango-popsicle:

UK: POSTER DESIGN: ROSS GUNTER

Graphic designer Ross Gunter makes the case for less being more in an ongoing personal poster design series. He emphasizes a simple, standout graphic on an identical layout for a club night in London.

Find more from Ross on his website and keep up with MP on Facebook.

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Timestamp: 1409523482

mango-popsicle:

UK: POSTER DESIGN: ROSS GUNTER

Graphic designer Ross Gunter makes the case for less being more in an ongoing personal poster design series. He emphasizes a simple, standout graphic on an identical layout for a club night in London.

Find more from Ross on his website and keep up with MP on Facebook.

(via dreamhardworksmart)