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Painting by Sandra Chevrier, a Canadian contemporary  pop urban... crss

reblog from cerceos: Darren Waterston - Remote Futures

Darren Waterston - Remote Futures Darren Waterston - Remote Futures Darren Waterston - Remote Futures reblog from  cerceos : Darren Waterston  - Remote Futures

Illustrations by Ania Tomicka

Illustrations by Ania Tomicka

Illustrations by Ania Tomicka

Illustrations by Ania Tomicka

nonconcept: Homewood, Lake Tahoe by Popp Littrell Architecture.

nonconcept : Homewood, Lake Tahoe by Popp Littrell Architecture .

chromaticwatch: Louise LeongWe have to play; we have to be...

chromaticwatch : Louise Leong We have to play; we have to be amused—they distract us, make us happy, teach us, bond us together: games. We’ve always played them—we always will. We have to; a human thing. Animals play too—and Earthling thing. Harkening back to childhood, Louise Leong’s simple games look fun; her backboards with dark, thick lines filling out smiling character design are magnetic, and her clever, poppy word balloons resonate slickly. The objects as a whole say a lot about us—treatises that don’t waste time talking, rather ones you can play. Fantastic.

nevver: The New Devil’s Dictionary

nevver : The New Devil’s Dictionary

The Fantasy Art of David Palumbo David Palumbo born 1982...

The Fantasy Art of David Palumbo David Palumbo  born 1982 ( featured previously ) is a traditional media painter and freelance illustrator working mainly in the fantasy, science fiction, and horror genres. He is represented by Richard Solomon . David lives in Philadelphia. Follow Him on Twitter . We want to make sure you stay in touch with CrossConnectMag, are you following us on Facebook ? posted by Maragaret

Illustrations by Thiago Bianchini

Illustrations by  Thiago Bianchini

Labyrinth of Keys and Yarn - Installation by Chiharu...

Labyrinth of Keys and Yarn - Installation by Chiharu Shiota With her new project titled “The Key in the Hand”, artist Chiharu Shiota will represent Japan at the 56th Venice Biennale , which run from 9 May till 22 November, 2015.  Her newest work is based on a site-specific installation made up of over 50,000 keys which explores the notion of memory. Visitors to the Japan Pavilion will traverse a great cloud of keys hanging from red yarn. In placing spectator’s bodies at the heart of her work, Chiharu Shiota seeks to harness the expressive power of installations, which she describes as “ the philosophy of the instant”. Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by Margaret posted by Margaret

nonconcept: Sharifi-ha House, Tehran, Iran by Nextoffice. This...

nonconcept : Sharifi-ha House, Tehran, Iran by Nextoffice . This seven-storey house has three rooms which can rotate 90 degrees! Amazing.