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Iranian Places of Worship, photos by m1rasoulifard#photography |...

Iranian Places of Worship , photos by  m1rasoulifard #photography | http://ift.tt/1n2jfb4

really-shit: Photographs of New York City and San...

really-shit : Photographs of New York City and San Francisco. shot by Antonio Jaggie  | http://ift.tt/1DZLN6M

Illustrations by Kilian Eng Kilian Eng  (DW Design) is a...

Illustrations by Kilian Eng Kilian Eng   (DW Design) is a graphics artist from Stockholm, Sweden with a special interest in sci-fi and surrealism. Kilian has a Bachelor and Masters in Graphic Design & Illustration from Konstfack, University of Arts Craft & Design in Stockholm and has won numerous international awards for his illustrative work.   Follow him on Twitter . If you love this series, order a copy/prints through his shop . Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret

Paintings by Maksymilian Novak-Zemplinski Maksymilina...

Paintings by Maksymilian Novak-Zemplinski Maksymilina Novak-Zemplinski was born in 1974 in Warsaw, Poland. He graduated with Cum Laude honors from The European Academy of Art (Warsaw, Poland) in 1999. (In my own work), the form is the most important element. When creating a painting, I mainly focus on this first layer. I see abstraction in the forms when observing most works of art, even when a painting is greatly representational.  The “meaning” of my work is often not obvious and can be just as mysterious for me as for an observer. I believe the effect is much better when a painting is not calculated from A to Z.  There has to be accidence in painting; the painting lives its own life and should surprise its creator. It’s these things that make a work of art enjoyable to create. There is no denying the possibility that I unintentionally create a kind of recorded meaning in my paintings, but I believe that most artists do so. In the end, I usually create under

nonconcept: “Supermoon 2012 San Francisco” by Toby Harriman.

nonconcept : “Supermoon 2012 San Francisco” by Toby Harriman .

Joana VasconcelosJoana Vasconcelos was born in Paris in 1971....

Joana Vasconcelos Joana Vasconcelos was born in Paris in 1971. Lives and works in Lisbon. She has exhibited regularly since the mid-1990s. After her participation in the 51st International Art Exhibition - la Biennale di Venezia in 2005, her work became known internationally. Her art form amazes people, despite adopting what is considered a humble woman’s craft, such as knitting and crochet. Her installations are not the result of heroic gestures but the result of the patient work of everyday women who collaborate with her in the weaving, day after day, of prodigies. Previous article about her art (2015) Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook . Selected by Very Private Art

Evo 43 Yacht Features Expandable Midsection Body with The Push of a Button

Evo 43 yacht is an innovative yacht with expandable wings to give more space to the passengers. For the love of the sea, this revolutionary yacht design features lightweight body, special infusion structural techniques were applied to avoid structural defects, the construction in infusion allows saving 20% of the weight. The 13-meter hull has been designed in a shape that allows this yacht to move fast, it is able to reach a top speed of 68 km/h using two 320kW Volvo engines. Evo 43 has been designed and constructed around the man, solid yet modular, it can be tailor-created to suit its owner style and needs. Each boat is unique and has the ability to surprise you without the need to flaunt. Designer : Blu Martin Evo 43 Yacht Features Expandable Midsection Body with The Push of a Button is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design