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ianbrooks:

Last Summer, 2013 by Philippe Safire

Philippe’s "Last Summer" is a pixelated dream, suspended from the ceiling displaying a blurry ocean on both sides that perpetually glistens as light flickers off it, the dull blue glaze insinuating a world that’s forever slowly fading away, a hazy memory that slips through your fingers the tighter you try to grasp it, a 2D vision that lies perpendicular to reality, touching it but never truly a part of it. Check out the video in the video below:

Artist: Behance / Website

cats-tongue:

Captivating photographs by Xin Li

Photographer based in Norway, Xin Li, the top of its 18 years, creates images with a surprising emotional depth.
When she draws a portrait of a young woman or just a big of an object plane, the photographer evokes a sense of serenity and dark, adding a plot element to the image. There is a story in every shot that leaves the viewer eager to learn more. A promising young photographer who handles well the visual narrative, emotion and sometimes surreal shades scenes.

(Source: asylum-art, via sadsoju)

archiemcphee:

Argentinian artist and industrial designer Camila Valdez creates human-sized fiberglass sculptures of anthropomorphic desserts. Cupcakes, donuts, popsicles, ice cream bars and even a great big box of popcorn each appear to have their own distinct personalities. While they lack discernible facial features, they’ve sprouted legs and demonstrate their different personalities with their expressive body language and clothing.

During exhibitions Valdez inviters viewers to interact with her sculptures by changing their clothes to alter their projected personalities. We’d arrange them all together into a mouthwatering chorus line à la The Rockettes.

Visit Camila Valdez’s Flickr stream to check out more of sculptural anthropomorphized sweets.

[via Design Taxi]

ianbrooks:

Last Summer, 2013 by Philippe Safire

Philippe’s "Last Summer" is a pixelated dream, suspended from the ceiling displaying a blurry ocean on both sides that perpetually glistens as light flickers off it, the dull blue glaze insinuating a world that’s forever slowly fading away, a hazy memory that slips through your fingers the tighter you try to grasp it, a 2D vision that lies perpendicular to reality, touching it but never truly a part of it. Check out the video in the video below:

Artist: Behance / Website

cats-tongue:

Captivating photographs by Xin Li

Photographer based in Norway, Xin Li, the top of its 18 years, creates images with a surprising emotional depth.
When she draws a portrait of a young woman or just a big of an object plane, the photographer evokes a sense of serenity and dark, adding a plot element to the image. There is a story in every shot that leaves the viewer eager to learn more. A promising young photographer who handles well the visual narrative, emotion and sometimes surreal shades scenes.

(Source: asylum-art, via sadsoju)

archiemcphee:

Argentinian artist and industrial designer Camila Valdez creates human-sized fiberglass sculptures of anthropomorphic desserts. Cupcakes, donuts, popsicles, ice cream bars and even a great big box of popcorn each appear to have their own distinct personalities. While they lack discernible facial features, they’ve sprouted legs and demonstrate their different personalities with their expressive body language and clothing.

During exhibitions Valdez inviters viewers to interact with her sculptures by changing their clothes to alter their projected personalities. We’d arrange them all together into a mouthwatering chorus line à la The Rockettes.

Visit Camila Valdez’s Flickr stream to check out more of sculptural anthropomorphized sweets.

[via Design Taxi]

(Source: imagesbyromi, via bicarbonate)

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