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So Little…

15 May

I found these photographs from a creative portfolio network site just under the name of “No Vacancy”, I liked them for the “depreciation of human” vision they created.


Natural World Aesthetics//Alex Kopps

9 May

Alex Kopps attended school at The California College of Arts in San Francisco, where he continues to live and work as an artist. Alex’s visual art consists of paintings with gouache on wood and paper with subject matter that is largely nonobjective but aesthetically has strong ties to the natural world. When in the gallery, he tends towards installation using diverse materials such as live grass, scrap wood, and sewn together US currency that he cuts into silhouette form or more recently has sewn into makeshift clothing.

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Ads that we pay attention on

6 May

We all watch advertisements but pay attention on just few of them. Here are some impressive examples from advertisement photography field. For more:

Mariscal: Drawing Life

2 Jun
The Design Museum presents the first UK retrospective of Spanish designer and artist Javier Mariscal. Regarded as one
the world’s most innovative and original designers of our time, Mariscal’s rich and diverse body of work spans kooky cartoon characters to stunning interiors, from furniture to graphic design and corporate identities.
The exhibition and graphics will be designed by Mariscal, promising an immersive experience for the visitor into the world and mind of Mariscal.
The exhibition space will be a fully illustrated environment, rich with orchestrated scenarios and installations, each telling the story of Mariscal’s pivotal projects, designs and the drawings that shaped them.
Sketches, designs, films and photographs will be on display alongside furniture and textiles.
Mariscal will also design and paint an elaborate mural for the exterior of the Design Museum showcasing his unique vision and signature design style.

Mariscal’s intense relationship with drawing and illustration;
is central to his career and has become the basis for his designs over the last 30 years. He gave Barcelona its graphic identity as it emerged from the Franco era, illustrating a sunny and optimistic city full of possibilities. In 1992 he introduced the world to Cobi, the official Olympic mascot of the Barcelona games. Mariscal has designed furniture for leading manufacturers such as Moroso and Magis, created interiors for bars and hotels as well as a retail and graphic identity for Camper and the interior of the recently opened H&M flagship store in Barcelona.


20 Mar
dra din egen wag/photograph by:Erik Johansson

dra din egen wag/photograph by:Erik Johansson 2008

23-year-old Swedish interaction designer Eric Johansson has a rare eye for capturing that elusive quantum intersection of reality and the surreal. He takes ordinary landscapes and subjects, transforming them into sometimes slightly creep, often amusing, and always fascinating what-if’s.

roadworkers coffee break

roadworkers coffee break/Photograph by:Erik Johansson 2009

Tetris/Photograph by: Erik Johansson 2009

Tetris/Photograph by: Erik Johansson 2009


stryktalig/Photograph by:2008

stryktalig/Photograph by:Erik Johansson 2008

For more, I suggest you to visit his official website. There you can reach many of his projects that were shot in 2007,2008 and 2009.