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October 23, 2012

He’ll Pencil You In.

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Share This.Now THAT’S how you use a pencil! Wow. Prepare to be put into a state of such awe that you may never use a pencil ever again out of pure shame for not understanding its true potential. The artwork depicted here by Diego Koi may look like photography, but it’s not. No–it’s a drawing done in pencil. Through Diego Koi’s work, the pencil has emerged from the shadow of Read More

By a Thread…

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Share This.Not everything is just nuts and bolts. Sometimes it’s thread and glue. Anton Alvarez, a Swedish-Chilean designer based in east London, has created a Thread Wrapping Machine that makes the use of screw and nails somewhat obsolete by replacing them with glue-coated thread. With the ability to combine an array of different materials like wood, steel, plastic and other materials, Alvarez constructs seemingly organic hodgepodges of furniture that boast some Read More

Raw Symbolism.

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Share This. Action Bronson is making noise again. The Queens rapper recently dropped visuals for “The Symbol”, the first single off of his upcoming mixtape, Rare Chandeliers. For the video, Bronson has once again teamed up with fellow Queens native, Rik Cordero, to bring us some neo-classic spoofing of the 70s film era. We also caught friend to Quiet Lunch, Ohene C, busting out his acting chops yet again. You can Read More

Til Breath Do Us Part.

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Share This.Marina Abramović never ceases to amaze us. While we were running the wilderness that is the worldwide web, we found this classic performance by Abramović and her then lover, Ulay. Titled, Death Self, the performance was one that represented the inherently volatile relationship between human beings. “To create this Death self, the two performers devised a piece in which they connected their mouths and took in each other’s exhaled breaths until they had Read More

Linescape.

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Share This.Robert Schlaug‘s distortion of landscapes result in a brain melting display that leaves his audience both perplex and hypnotized. Schlaug’s Limited Area series is very similar to his Highspeed Landscape series, except he leaves a portion of the photo intact. The conflict between organic shapes and powerful pattern is nothing short of amazing.  

Make Your Phone Mega.

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Share This.Isn’t it about time that you started listening to your music Ludwig Beethoven style? Attempting to capture the intrigue of famous composer’s hearing instrument, en&is Design has created the Megaphone, a passive amplifier that brings big sound out of your little device. It comes in a pretty snazzy library of color and is also fit for your iPod touch. 100% ceramic and perched on a thin wooden frame, the Megaphone is Read More

Washed Up.

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Share This.As the Indian summer appears to be peeking from behind the crisp autumn foliage, we can’t help but think about those warm summer days where all we had to worry about was getting a primo spot at the beach. Photographer Phil Gibbs, who also happens to be an avid fan of the surf, has an uncanny knack for capturing beautiful photos that submerges its audience in summer fun.