8月 22, 2014

(元記事: ladyinterior (pdl2hから))

8月 15, 2014

the-gasoline-station:

Refinery Kitsch: David LaChapelle’s “Land Scape” Photography

Artist David LaChapelle tackled fossil fuels in his 2013 photo series “Land Scape,” which captured models of oil refineries assembled from cheap, mass produced found objects. Applying the flashy pop aesthetic and intricate staging he had become known for in his fashion and celebrity photographs, LaChapelle created garish and otherworldly portraits of industrial production. Carefully assembled by professional Hollywood model-builders and lit by hundreds of LEDs, the refineries appear to be real at first glance. Yet a closer look reveals that storage spheres are medicine balls, pipes are straws and hair curlers, and smokestacks are painted Pringles cans. These items, of course, are derived from petroleum by-products, a reminder of the scope of our reliance on fossil fuels. The dazzling, retro-futuristic industrial aesthetic LaChapelle creates, evocative of the lurid sheen of Hollywood celebrity, speaks to both the power and profligacy of the fossil fuels industries. 

(元記事: youtube.com (pankaiから))

8月 14, 2014

zooophagous:

itscolossal:

DIY Glowing Resin Shelves

IM DOING THIS

(megazalから)

7月 27, 2014

enochliew:

Stage design work for NHK special by AMKK

(元記事: azumamakoto.com (alifecarelesslylivedから))

7月 26, 2014
jeroenapers:

Een poef, fauteuil en kruk; kortom een stoel voor ieder wat wils, met dit ontwerp van Geof Ramsay.
(via Fubiz™)

jeroenapers:

Een poef, fauteuil en kruk; kortom een stoel voor ieder wat wils, met dit ontwerp van Geof Ramsay.

(via Fubiz™)

7月 26, 2014

faberworkshop:

PONTE | TISCHE

7月 26, 2014

rocketumbl:

SibNIA

Siberian Aeronautical Research Institute named after S. A. Chaplygin

7月 26, 2014

(元記事: indrajanda.be (kakisibuから))

7月 14, 2014

likeafieldmouse:

Tom Burr - Drunk Emily (2014)

"The title Drunk Emily is a direct reference to Emily Dickinson, a sublime poet and fetish character, who has become a mainstay for the artist.

Now viewed as one of pop figures of American culture, Emily Dickinson spent most of her life in her room on the top floor of her father’s home, isolated from the society of which she was nevertheless an acute observer.

For her, fantasy and imagination were the true means for acquiring an understanding of reality, and a way of conveying happiness.”

Not knowing when the dawn will come
I open every door.

—Emily Dickinson

(takeovertimeから)

7月 13, 2014
j-r-n:

One of my favorite pieces of art. Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass triptych at the Chicago Institute of Art, 6/15/14.

j-r-n:

One of my favorite pieces of art. Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass triptych at the Chicago Institute of Art, 6/15/14.

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