aqqindex:

Shiro Kuramata, Salt and Pepper Set

aqqindex:

Shiro Kuramata, Salt and Pepper Set

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mpdrolet:

Confirmation, 1915
Wilhelm Kroll

mpdrolet:

Confirmation, 1915

Wilhelm Kroll

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dezeen:

Berlin’s Tchoban Foundation museum for architectural drawing is showing an exhibition of futuristic sketches by late experimental architect Lebbeus Woods »
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asylum-art:

Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Hand drawn and hand cut glass which are layered to create each unique piece of artwork.
"I love watching the two dimensional shapes evolve into three-dimensional creations and the different way the light plays inside the glass. I love the liquid qualities the glass"

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asylum-art:

Han Xiao

Saatchi Art

Han Xiao was born in 1982 in LiaoNing province China. After graduation from Academy of Fine Arts of Tsinghua University, she worked as a designer, high school teachers, free occupation. During self-study, she had received an affirmation and encouragement from Shi Chong, who is department director of Tsinghua University Academy of Fine Arts. From the practical point of view, drawn from life. She is a nature artist. Her art is the real art, one’s real feelings show. Her works often has a kind of loneliness and faint anxiety.

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vintagegal:

Photo by Bill Eppridge, 1965 (via)

vintagegal:

Photo by Bill Eppridge, 1965 (via)

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qock:

Nijmegen Dukenburg

qock:

Nijmegen Dukenburg

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artruby:

Do Ho Suh, Karma In Reincarnation.

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daphid:

Relief (2012) - Peter von Tiesenhausen

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Kyu-In Shim

South Korean digital artist/sculptor Kyu-In Shim forms and conceptualizes mannequin characters in a very otherworldly manner. Throughout his work, he creates beautiful themes revolving around pain, depravity, sorrow, and discomposure. His first series entitled ‘Huk Huk’ originally has two Korean meanings, ‘black’ and the ‘sound of crying’ and the two series below are labeled the ‘Bowl’ and ‘Small Space’.South Korean digital artist/sculptor Kyu-In Shim forms and conceptualizes mannequin characters in a very otherworldly manner. Throughout his work, he creates beautiful themes revolving around pain, depravity, sorrow, and discomposure. His first series entitled ‘Huk Huk’ originally has two Korean meanings, ‘black’ and the ‘sound of crying’ and the two series below are labeled the ‘Bowl’ and ‘Small Space’.

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