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Copy Paper Challenge by Danny O’connor

Copy Paper Challenge by Danny O’connor

July 28th, 2014

Beautiful set of pencil illustrations by Danny O’connor. Visit Danny O’connor

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Portraits / Part Two by Paweł Bajew

Portraits / Part Two by Paweł Bajew

July 28th, 2014

Set of creative portrait photos by Poland-based Paweł Bajew. Visit Paweł Bajew

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Editorial Miscelánea by José Quintero

Editorial Miscelánea by José Quintero

July 28th, 2014

Collection of various editorial illustrations by José Quintero. Visit José Quintero

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Art Prints by Yeaaah! Studio

Art Prints by Yeaaah! Studio

July 28th, 2014

Hand printed posters by Yeaaah! Studio. Visit Yeaaah! Studio

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Kima by Ricardo Abrahao

Kima by Ricardo Abrahao

July 28th, 2014

Kima editorial for 160g magazine by Ricardo Abrahao. Visit Ricardo Abrahao

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City Synergy by Burcin Cem Arabacioglu

Burcin Cem Arabacioglu is a professional architect and an associate professor in the Department of Interior Architecture at the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul where he has been a faculty member since 2002. Besides being a member of the University, he is a designer and an artist. He is interested in fine-art photography and photo-graphic art. He mainly focuses on experimental photography where he likes to explore the synergy in between the ordinary real life objects. In his recent project called ‘City Synergy’ he photographically interrogates the multi-faceted similarities and discrepancies in the big city life. He explores the rhythm between the pieces of the city which transforms the city life from cacophony to harmony. In this project he carefully picked the hundreds of ordinary city objects to photograph which later gather together in a collage to expose a brand new relation abstracted from their original core. The creation process took many hours to find and photography the proper pieces around the city. The more the outcomes look simple the more they contain surprising details to explore in time.

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Burçin Cem Arabacıoğlu is an architect and an Associate Professor in the Department of Interior Architecture at the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, İstanbul where he has been a faculty member since 2002. He completed his Proficiency in Art at Interior Architecture Program and his undergraduate studies at Architecture Program at Mimar Sinan University. His research interests lie in the area of digital architecture and design, ranging from interactive space design with smart buildings to spatial analysis, with a focus on improving design quality. In recent years he has focused on better performance analysis techniques for interior design and architecture education with help of the digital media. Burçin has served on international and university journals’ editorial and reviewer boards. He served as the editorial secretary of Tasarım+Kuram, The Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Faculty of Architecture Journal. He is currently a member of Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Faculty of Architecture Board of Directors, Bologna Coordination Commission and Academic Evaluation and Quality Development Commission. He also serves as the Department of Interior Architecture Strategic Planning Commission Director and Interior Design Studio Educational Coordinator. Burçin is the recipient of several awards from international and national professional architectural competitions as well as the “YTONG Award of Merit” with his undergraduate education performance. Besides being professional architect and a faculty member Burçin is interested in fine-art photography and photo-graphic art as an artist. He mainly focuses on experimental photography forming and exposing the synergy in between the ordinary real life objects.