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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Game of Thrones Inspired Portraits by Mike Wrobel Artist Mike...

Game of Thrones Inspired Portraits by Mike Wrobel Artist Mike Wrobel has reimagined GoT characters as pop icons or dressed in 90s grunge fashion. Orginally from France, Mike is the founder of Tokyo based graphic design company, Moshi Studio (Moshi kun is the mascot for the studio). More Moshi: Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter ● Buy prints, apparel, device cases & more at Mike’s Society6 Shop Cross Connect is in the game on Facebook & Twitter Posted by Yellowmenace

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

Photo Art by Kindra Nikole Kindra Nikole is a Seattle-based...

Photo Art by Kindra Nikole Kindra Nikole   is a Seattle-based mixed-media artist whose work draws on natural settings to create surreal, otherworldly images. Kindra manifests fantastical realities in her images, oftentimes with a hint of dark allure. Her works tend toward vibrant, rich colors and typically feature a solitary figure immersed in nature. Through my photos and creation of them, I escape into another world entirely, and then share that world with others. It brings me unending amounts of joy, and I never plan to stop! Artist website:  and Twitter . Don’t forget to tag #crossconnect in your tweets ! posted by Margaret  

Spiraling Coral Reefs Assembled from Precisely Cut Wood by...

Spiraling Coral Reefs Assembled from Precisely Cut Wood by Joshua Abarbanel   LA-based sculptor Joshua Abarbanel fabricates wood sculptures and installations reminiscent of coral reefs comprised of concentric flower-like blooms. The artist builds both smaller standalone artworks that rest on a pedestal and larger wall or ceiling-mounted pieces that seem to grow organically in every direction. Each piece first takes shape on a computer before being cut from assorted woods with the aid of a laser cutter. Abarbanel recently opened an exhibition of work at Porch Gallery in Ojai, California through May 29, 2016. (via Hi-Fructose ) Colossal. Follow us on Instagram || Twitter || Facebook Selected by Andrew

huatunan: Works with @seth_globepainter in Fengjing, Shanghai

huatunan : Works with @seth_globepainter in Fengjing, Shanghai

Strip by Orsan Berkay Tuluce

Strip has been designed for traditional furniture manufacturing processes. It aims to replaces staple guns and tack strips for attaching pieces and getting all parts together, it was designed by keeping the relationship between fabric and wood in mind. This project focuses on bringing a new perspective to traditional furniture manufacturing in local ateliers and middle class factories that uses staple guns, tack strips, and unnecessary staples usage. The designer analyzed all stages of manufacturing period and notice that it offered just a tape gun that was specialized for furniture manufacturing. Strip is a powerful two sided tape for getting all kinds of pieces together and a product design that was based on ergonomics principles with necessary functionalities that a furniture maker needs in whole process. It’ll reduce all countless staples that are used and it offers a way that with efficient use of resources. Designer : Orsan Berkay Tuluce More images of Strip: Tuvie has r