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Clay study for Apartmento magazine by Omar Sosa Studio

Clay—Apartamento Magazine Ana Domínguez & Omar Sosa—Photography by Nacho…


Las editoriales de producto del momento / The Product Editorials of the moment

We study Specimens, a photographic story about rocks by Jason Evans for COS magazine and find it's an unexpected source of great ideas for colour combining

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Facundo Pires Work from Into the Conquer of Inner Space. "I watch plants as they grow thorugh the cracks in human buildings, some across the remains of a

Alison Wilding

Alison Wilding Bedrocked , 2013 Alabaster, cast silicone rubber, acrylic and sand 68 x 57 x 54 cm

A handmade necklace collection by Studio Fludd.                             “An attempt to explain the former changes of the earth’s surface, by reference to causes now in operation.” Charles Lyell – Principles of Geology, 1830.   A personal journey to the centre of the …

METAMORFICA . Change and Persistence

Creative collective Studio Fludd are a venetian based initiative, who are…


Photographer Joanna McClure has several series devoted to the dynamic structure of paper but her 'Synesthesia' collection has caught my eye for its abstract beauty and gorgeous use of colour.

Candles—Apartamento Magazine Omar Sosa, Robbie Whitehead & Ana Domínguez—Photography by Nacho Alegre

Candles—Apartamento Magazine Omar Sosa, Robbie Whitehead & Ana Domínguez—Photography by Nacho Alegre

Der Künstler James Ostrer kreiert provokante Zuckerskulpturen und zeigt damit unsere sklavenähnliche Abhängigkeit von Zucker und Fast-Food #jamesostrer #sugar #sculpture #fastfood #addict

In so extremen Bildern haben Sie unsere Abhängigkeit von Zucker und Fast-Food noch nie gesehen

English artist James Ostrer has created a series of creepy portraits of people covered in fast food: cream, sweets, burgers, etc.

Drew Doggett USA Honorable Mention "Haven"

Large in scale and photographed in Drew’s signature black and white style, this collection captures the grand shapes, endless lines, and subtle tonal gradients of Namibia's desert sand dunes.

Marcelo Gomes—"Start Something New"

The New Yorker commissioned me to shoot a few ABT dancers from the new (and remarkable) Alexei Ratmansky ballet 'Whipped Cream' to illustrate the 'Goings On About Town' opener of the May issue as well as the critic's piece in the June issue.