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Futuristic Earth300 Exploration Vessel for Scientists, Experts, Students or Private Citizens

nonconcept: Villa Kerckebosch, Zeist, The Netherlands by Engel...

nonconcept : Villa Kerckebosch, Zeist, The Netherlands by Engel Architects . (Photography: Marcel Van Der Burg )

Illustrations by NanoMortis

Illustrations by NanoMortis

Illustrations by NanoMortis

Illustrations by NanoMortis

Bio-Mechanical Surrealism by Peter Gric Peter Gric born...

Bio-Mechanical Surrealism by Peter Gric Peter Gric born 1968 is Austrian painter, drawer and illustrator originally from Czech Republic. In the early nineties he started to discover the possibilities of computer graphics for his paintings. From then on his organic-surreal visual imagery was enriched by complex architectural structures and artefacts.  In place of using pencil and sketchbook he began to design his compositions with a 3D visualization software, he started to transfer the virtual reality into painting and consequently found within this fusion to his very unique and distinctive stile.  This method is most obvious in his Artificial Spaces series. These paintings are based on three-dimensional geometries built with something like a virtual building block system or other mathematical and algorithmic concepts. The creation of these images becomes a play with complex spaces and perspectives in order to create normally non-accessible places in a complet

really-shit: Emergence Lab New anamorphic sculpture...

really-shit : Emergence Lab New anamorphic sculpture titled Emergence Lab from Thomas Medicus  that contains six handpainted images inside a large translucent cube. The six fragmented paintings are spread across 216 laser-cut acrylic glass strips that are designed to perfectly align when viewed directly from each side. Each figure is cleverly contained within the same surface as its counterpart on the opposite side, and the object is filled with silicone oil giving the look & feel of solid glass.

Jeremie  DruRéalité, octobre 2015 Double exposure on film,...

Jeremie  Dru Réalité, octobre 2015 Double exposure on film, analog camera. Work on the perception of impossible architecture through analog camera http://jeremiedru.com/

Fantasy CompositesIt’s rare that a police detective gets his own...

Fantasy Composites It’s rare that a police detective gets his own gallery show showcasing his detailed police sketch work, however Jason Harvey is a fine exception. Over the past decade his sketches have helped bring justice to scores of New York City offenders. Since his department would not let him use any of his past works for his upcoming gallery due to policy, Jason instead opted to portray fantasy representations of criminals dreamt up from his years on the force. His  Fort Gansevoort Gallery  stays open until January 10th. View similar posts | Posted by Chaz

Surreal Storm Chasing Portraits by Benjamin Von WongBenjamin...

Surreal Storm Chasing Portraits by Benjamin Von Wong Benjamin Von Wong is a 28-year-old Chinese/Canadian awarded photographer, based in Montreal. He recently released a set of amazing images to send a strong message about climate change. Von Wong and  Kelly DeLay  - weather and environmental photographer, with over 7 years of chasing experience, teamed up to capture these stormchasing portraits. Photographer started the project in Colorado, before traveling to South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota and Nebraska. You can view the rest at Von Wong’s blog , but also check out the stunning images DeLay captured from the trip as well at “High Plains Chasing with Von Wong and Friends” . Photographer  Facebook  and Twitter . Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Twitter . posted by Margaret

nonconcept: Hus 1, situated in the landscape of the...

nonconcept : Hus 1, situated in the landscape of the Scandinavian West Coast, designed by Torsten Ottesjö .