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Time Will Explain by Dabré Idriss

Time Will Explain by Dabré Idriss

September 23rd, 2014

Dose of amazing poster illustrations by Paris, France – based Dabré Idriss. Visit Dabré Idriss

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Digital Concept Art by Mike Nesbitt

Digital Concept Art by Mike Nesbitt

September 23rd, 2014

Set of quality digital concept artworks by a 28-year-old Canadian Mike Nesbitt. Visit Mike Nesbitt

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“Pepe” – A Photographic Documentary of Mexican Gang Culture by Bronia Stewart

September 23rd, 2014

The London-based photographer Bronia Stewart turned her camera to the Mexico City gang culture and after immersing herself with one gang on the outskirts of the city for a number of weeks, came away with “Pepe” a series …

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JPS Street Art

September 22nd, 2014

Streets artworks by JPS. More street artworks here.

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“365 Parisiens” – A Street Photography Project by Constantin Mashinskiy

September 22nd, 2014

Russian-born art director Constantin Mashinskiy has taken to the streets of Paris to document the iconic city’s inhabitants, one striking portrait at a time. For his series 365 Parisians (365 Parisiens, in French), Mashinskiy …

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Lamp Rima by Matthias Pinkert

Based on the metaphor of a window curtain, tangible action has been implemented into RIMA’s design. Depending on how far and where the user draws that curtain, the illumination of the room will change. Thus, the user can actively decide the amount and the position of the light incidence.

The rings, almost floating along the light rail, put two metaphors in redundancy, aiming directly at the motor function of the human hands: drawing curtains and moving balls on an analog calculator, a “so called” abacus. A lit area is drawn directly by hand. Sitting on top of the desk surface on thin poles, the illuminant reminds of a classic neon tube in grasping height, giving RIMA a semantic touch.

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Michael Dachstein

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