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wrk-kevintownsend:

shots from stria no. 6
drawn on 14th street at the
McBurney YMCA windows
From the series I made for
Art in Odd Places 2014 - FREE

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

thekhooll:

Boiler Suit Heatherwick Studio

Image Credits (from the top down) 1 Quintin Lake 2 Rob Telford 3 Peter Guthrie

(Source: archatlas)

escapekit:

The Gif Connoisseur

famed illustrator Norman Rockwell painted The Connoisseur for The Saturday Evening Postmagazine. It shows a man standing in front of a Jackson Pollock-esque style painting at a museum or gallery. Today, that same character, in his matching suit, is back to see a more modern form of art known as the animated GIF.

Check out the rest of the work here

(Source: mymodernmet.com, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

dress, donald christie x hussein chalayan, 1998. commissioned by terry jones for the florence biennale.

(Source: hellaween, via lulasnynne)

instagram:

The Mysterious and Melancholy Resin Figurines of @doubleparlour

To see more of Cassie and Ernie’s figurines come to life, follow @doubleparlour on Instagram.

“We like our characters to look as if they have a past that they may or may not be willing to share,” explains Ernie Velasco. He and his wife Cassie make up the San Francisco, California artistic duo Doubleparlour (@doubleparlour). Their figurines, which radiate a mysterious sadness, are hand-sculpted from resin.

“We spend all lot of time discussing ideas and bouncing them off of each other,” explains Ernie. The two have a similar aesthetic, however, which aids the creative process. “We both like our characters to display personalities that are melancholy, dark, contemplative, or mischievous.”

While Cassie and Ernie endow their creations with rich character, they hold back from illustrating any particular figure’s story. Ernie says, “We like to leave that up to the viewer.”

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Nina Lindgren

Floating City

cardboard sculpture

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

enochliew:

Haus F by Finckh Architekten

Just 4.7m wide and 14m long.

wrk-kevintownsend:

shots from stria no. 6
drawn on 14th street at the
McBurney YMCA windows
From the series I made for
Art in Odd Places 2014 - FREE

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

thekhooll:

Boiler Suit Heatherwick Studio

Image Credits (from the top down) 1 Quintin Lake 2 Rob Telford 3 Peter Guthrie

(Source: archatlas)

escapekit:

The Gif Connoisseur

famed illustrator Norman Rockwell painted The Connoisseur for The Saturday Evening Postmagazine. It shows a man standing in front of a Jackson Pollock-esque style painting at a museum or gallery. Today, that same character, in his matching suit, is back to see a more modern form of art known as the animated GIF.

Check out the rest of the work here

(Source: mymodernmet.com, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

dress, donald christie x hussein chalayan, 1998. commissioned by terry jones for the florence biennale.

(Source: hellaween, via lulasnynne)

instagram:

The Mysterious and Melancholy Resin Figurines of @doubleparlour

To see more of Cassie and Ernie’s figurines come to life, follow @doubleparlour on Instagram.

“We like our characters to look as if they have a past that they may or may not be willing to share,” explains Ernie Velasco. He and his wife Cassie make up the San Francisco, California artistic duo Doubleparlour (@doubleparlour). Their figurines, which radiate a mysterious sadness, are hand-sculpted from resin.

“We spend all lot of time discussing ideas and bouncing them off of each other,” explains Ernie. The two have a similar aesthetic, however, which aids the creative process. “We both like our characters to display personalities that are melancholy, dark, contemplative, or mischievous.”

While Cassie and Ernie endow their creations with rich character, they hold back from illustrating any particular figure’s story. Ernie says, “We like to leave that up to the viewer.”

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Nina Lindgren

Floating City

cardboard sculpture

(Source: onminimalism)

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

dezeen:

Clothes rack by Martha Schwindling could be mistaken for a drawing

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

enochliew:

Haus F by Finckh Architekten

Just 4.7m wide and 14m long.

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