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355 Mansfield Home

355 Mansfield Home

April 20th, 2014

Designed by Amit Apel Design and located in Los Angeles, California , the 5-bedroom 355 Mansfield home features Japanese style plant separators, grid windows, landscaping – a cozy home to enjoy California indoor/out lifestyle. …

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Digitally Assembled Artwork by Russ Mills

Digitally Assembled Artwork by Russ Mills

April 19th, 2014

Abstract, Gothic and full of emotion, Russ Mills’s artwork is absolutely stunning. A fashion illustrator and graphic designer, Mills is purely fascinated with the human form, particularly the face as it can be seen in his …

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LUPSCOWS Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook

April 18th, 2014

New Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook by Kiel/Germany-based Fashionlabel LUPSCOWS. New Styles, new Designs on T-Shirts, Hoodies, a College-Jacket, some brandnew T-Shirts and all that jazz. Read more

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Blanc Et Noir by Caesar Lima

April 17th, 2014

Portraits done in black and white brings an additional layer of complexity to their subject. The absence of color can give photographs ranging from those with a wide flowing spectrum of soft grey tones to those with dramatic …

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Foodtypography

Foodtypography

April 17th, 2014

This is a rather interesting mix of things, mix the art of typography and food, it gives a surprising result. Foodtypography.com is a pretty Tumblr that lists everything related to food typography. It is a real pleasure for …

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Rottet Studio Los Angeles

Rottet Studio’s ultra-contemporary Los Angeles office occupies 9,600 square feet on the seventh floor of City National Plaza in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. The unique design is evident the moment the elevator doors open and you are greeted with bright white walls and geometric shapes that appear to be floating as if one is about to step onto a cloud. This illusion of floating walls is created by clever lighting design and this theme is carried throughout the space to provide guests with the impression they are in the clouds above the city. Playful transitions of intersecting planes are evident throughout the studio, which represent the ever-changing shape of cumulus clouds and the busyness of the interactive city streets below. Looking up in the space, white planes appear to softly float against the exposed, black-painted ceiling and light fixtures resemble stars on a dark night as if looking into a universe of endless negative space.



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