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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Japanese Stencil Master: Roamcouch Roamcouch is a Japanese...

Japanese Stencil Master: Roamcouch Roamcouch   is a Japanese artist who has captivated audiences with his refine and elaborate works of cityscapes. His work stands out for having a quality and level of complexity that borders on the unbelievable and the artist can spend up to a year for some of his works. The artist selects a palette of up to 50 colours and for each colour creates a layer, hand cut with a cutter. The overlapping of the images generated by the templates creates the work. Roamcouch is not very likely to represent complex ideas because, as he himself admits, he is not interested. His personal circumstances made him have a particular point of view about visual arts; Roamcouch searches for beauty in the images he represents, in the same way, he does on the experiences that life offers. His works show landmarks of major cities like London, Paris or New York, and so the artist embraces Western culture. His  Facebook .  Don’t forget to tag #crossconnec

Illustrations by Ana Varelabehance l society6

Illustrations by Ana Varela behance l society6

crossconnectmag: The Swirling Creations of BasspixelSandeep...

crossconnectmag : The Swirling Creations of Basspixel Sandeep “Sunny” Singh is a graphic designer, who currently resides in the UK. He has recently given himself a big push to embrace his creativity outside of a professional practice to create abstract artwork. With no expectations, and full freedom, he can do more of what has always been the driving motivator behind his work: pure digital abstract experimentation. You can find his work on Tumblr as Basspixel . Posted by Philip ‘Like’ Cross Connect on Facebook

Beautiful Embroideries by Michelle Kingdom   My work explores...

Beautiful Embroideries by Michelle Kingdom   My work explores psychological landscapes, illuminating thoughts left unspoken. I create tiny worlds in thread to capture elusive yet persistent inner voices. Literary snippets, memories, personal mythologies, and art historical references inform the imagery; fused together, these influences explore relationships, domesticity and self-perception. Symbolism and allegory lay bare dynamics of aspiration and limitation, expectation and loss, belonging and alienation, truth and illusion. Decidedly miniature in scale, the scenes are densely embroidered into compressed compositions. While the work acknowledges the luster and lineage inherent in needlework, I use thread as a sketching tool in order to simultaneously honor and undermine this tradition. Beauty parallels melancholy, as conventional stitches acquiesce to the fragile and expressive. Michelle’s Tumblr Like us on Facebook     Posted by Andrew

Street Art by Lonacblog l FB

Street Art by Lonac blog l FB

Building Responsive Data Visualization for the Web

Building Responsive Data Visualization for the Web

Magic Air Purifier Concept Features Elegant and Twisty Curve Body

Magic Air Purifier is the next generation of air purifier designed for TongYang Magic that aims to clean awful smell of your kitchen space. The challenge here was to design a unique shape with outstanding beauty, a beauty that would capture everyone’s attention. Starting from the fluid form and the twisty curve, it was inspired by Mobius Strap while the bladeless design makes it operate quietly. Designer : Edgar Yeo Magic Air Purifier Concept Features Elegant and Twisty Curve Body is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

Ester Curini

Ester Curini

Seriously Scary Radioactive Products From The 20th Century (23 Pics)