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Prashad Bhat reviews actor’s careers by GIFs

Today we’d like to tell you about The Evolution, the project of Indian artist and designer Prasad Bhat (Graphic Curry) where illustration and gifs combine to revisit the careers of some of today’s most legendary actor-celebrities, from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Christian Bale to Jim Carrey, Tom Hanks, Matt […]

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A brief (but intense) fashion history

Armani, Louis Vuitton, Coco Chanel, and Valentino, among many others, transformed the world of fashion. Fashion isn’t just a combination of pieces of fabric. Fashion is magic, illusion, art, and a way of expressing sensations that end up becoming a lifestyle for everyone living around it. Fashion influences our behavior and our relationship amongst us […]

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Opendesk, a different approach to furniture design

Let’s think for a moment how hard it is to find nice, good-quality affordable office furniture to fit any space. It’s almost impossible! Asking a carpenter to make the tables and shelves you need is an ideal solution, but not for your bank account. So it was high time then the market offered a hybrid […]

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Yoshimitsu Umekawa

The inevitable question upon seeing Japanese artist Yoshimitsu Umekawa is: How does he do them? Does he use chemical reactions, foam, fabrics…? This series is so incredible and alluring it’s easy to forget about those questions. In this series, good and evil coexist in harmony Masterfully lit winding shapes suddenly explode with color as if […]

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Renew your coffee cups in La Colombe

aHey! Coffee lovers! The world’s best coffee maker, the purest water in the universe and the most amazing freshly-ground coffee beans in the galaxy won’t give you full satisfaction: you’ll always need the proper cups. You deserve your daily objects to be a source of inspiration for your senses  Having that coffee prepared with so much […]

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The mysterious and beautiful depictions of Tokyo at sunset.

Tokyo’s photogenic qualities are undeniable. Hundreds of photographers from around the world have fallen for his visual charm and have captured the city’s characteristics neon lights, the hordes of diverse people that walk on the streets and, above all, its very special aura. But the photos of amateur photographer Masashi Wakui are far from that, offering mysterious […]

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Satoshi Fujiwara one of the most grotesque and boldest phootgraphers

Satoshi Fujiwara (Kobe, 1983) is one of today’s most grotesque and boldest photographers. Paradoxically, it wasn’t until he moved to Berlin three years ago that a string of events, including winning the Japan Photo Award or printing is images on Issey Miyake’s shirts, turned him into a promising name. We interviewed him on the occasion of […]

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The Circle of Poets, the virtual platform of Etro

The Scapigliatura was a literary and artistic movement born in Milan in the mid-19th century. It never became a school or a movement with manifestos, but had the merit of introducing for the first time in Italy the classic conflict in European Romanticism between the artist and society. In fact, the name is a free translation of […]

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Gervasio Troche presents his “Invisible Drawings”

Brutally honest drawings, simple, paradoxical, tremendously poetic… So much that we become invisible before them because they are a living reflection of ourselves. This is how Dibujos invisibles, a beautiful compilation of drawings by illustrator Gervasio Troche published by Lumen. The book gathers together a selection of drawings posted on www.portroche.blogspot.com between 2009 and 2012. Troche’s world is reminiscent […]

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