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A House hidden in a Cliff with incredible Views of the Aegean Ocean

July 7th, 2015

In essential simplicity, Casa Brutale is defined by three thick concrete slabs with all the installations preformed. The crystaline pool, made by reinforced glass, is set between the walls to smoothen the hard materials and …

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Psychic Power of Animals – New Mural by Faith47 in Manhattan / New York

July 6th, 2015

Faith47 is still super busy in New York City where she just finished working on yet another mural on the streets of Manhattan. Organized with the help of the good lads from The Lisa Project, the South African muralist brought …

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Pool Party by Julia Galdo

Pool Party by Julia Galdo

July 6th, 2015

Dose of quality retro fashion photography by Julia Galdo. Visit Julia Galdo

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The Freeman Family by Steve Simpson

The Freeman Family by Steve Simpson

July 6th, 2015

Set of brilliant illustrations by Dublin, Ireland – based Steve Simpson. Visit Steve Simpson

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Exvoluta Series by James Roper

The ‘characters’ within my new Exvoluta series attempt to embody in the form of Hindu-like deities the many different qualities of their ultimate source, the vast array of images sourced from the Internet. They are distorted archetypes, Saints, or more appropriately for the modern age Superheroes of material excess. By drawing comparisons between the aesthetics of modern consumerism and that of religious iconography I hope to reveal how these conventionally separate visions (materialism vs. spiritualism) are in fact no different. The feeling of hope bound up within the consumerist vision of shiny surfaces and perfect bodies is no different than the magisterial depictions of heavenly abodes and fantastical miracles, they both promise a permanence, a glossy infinity that will never succumb to the muddy entropy of the natural world.

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

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Michael Dachstein

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