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Tilman Hornig in zijn manifesto: ”As a consequence of our speechlessness in the face of the technological sublime, we are looking at the computer as a mirror that should reflect

좁은 공간을 효율적으로 활용한 17평 협소주택 : 네이버 포스트

좁은 공간을 효율적으로 활용한 17평 협소주택 : 네이버 포스트

David Tremlett, Wall of Columns #1, 2003

Available for sale from Sandra Gering Inc, David Tremlett, Wall of Columns Pastel on paper, 41 × 57 in

Strange Attractors on Behance

Strange Attractors on Behance

DEsigner: Jan Abellan

Grischa Lumnezia by Jan Abellan via Swiss Design Awards Handcut alphabet by Kevin Stanton via Great Windmill Paper folded alphabet via Design you trust Empo polyhedral typeface by Lo Siento Free Pop up paper alphabet for kids via Paper Toy

everydays - july 2014 on Behance

everydays - july 2014 by mike winkelmann (beeple), via Behance

Crystalline Growth, Christopher Manzione

View Mónica Trastoy’s Favorite Art on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like Mónica Trastoy.

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Joseph (Joe) Chan: SF/LA based art director, designer, and animator in the motion design and film industry.

Evan Robarts, Art, LTVs, Lancia TrendVisions

Evan Roberts, an artist born in 1982 in Miami Beach, observes his past by deconstructing it into elementary and invisible particles. Like grains of infantile memories he uses as the basic recipe for his poetic, a conceptual zipper between art and science.

weissesrauschen: 2-unit square subdivision dual level 2 by davebollinger on Flickr.

weissesrauschen: 2-unit square subdivision dual level 2 by davebollinger on Flickr.


Progress Before Perfection – Les expérimentations visuelles de Joey Camacho

Since early Canadian graphic designer Joey Camacho makes daily artworks with subtle details for his project “Progress Before Perfection”.

Tiny Worlds by  The CG team

Tiny Worlds

This trilogy of of short films created by a team at Rushes entitled 'Tiny Worlds' is an adorable possibility of what could happen to our rubbish and reminds us that there is always someone whose job it is to pick up our litter.