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New Mural by Handiedan for One Wall Project in Berlin

September 30th, 2014

The art of Dutch artist Handiedan involves a complex cut and paste mixture of computer montage and highly detailed sculptural hand cut collages, complimented by conscientiously collected antique ornamental frames. Read more

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20 Modern Retro Style Websites

20 Modern Retro Style Websites

September 30th, 2014

With so many awesome designing features in retro/ vintage websites it is impossible to go wrong when using this theme. So here we have gathered the best and most recent modern retro styled websites that speak for themselves …

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Digital Illustrations by Kittysophie

Digital Illustrations by Kittysophie

September 30th, 2014

Collection of original digital portrait illustrations by Kittysophie, a 18-year-old artist from Finland. Visit Kittysophie

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50 Inspiring Lock and Key Tattoos

50 Inspiring Lock and Key Tattoos

September 30th, 2014

Tracking the lock and key tattoo imagery a century back, one finds they first emerged, just like a majority of modern ink, with sailors and social outcasts. As the skin art was getting accepted, more and more people from …

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Awesome Concept Art by Angel Palacios

Awesome Concept Art by Angel Palacios

September 30th, 2014

Set of creative digital concept illustrations by Angel Palacios, an artist from the United States. Visit Angel Palacios

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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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