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Illustrations by Xuan loc Xuan

Illustrations by Xuan loc Xuan

really-shit: Small planters with character from Japan. by the...

really-shit : Small planters with character from Japan. by the Harimogura family. Follow  our site for more posts!

Illustrations by Xuan loc Xuan

Illustrations by Xuan loc Xuan

Street Art by David de la ManoBest known for his contrasted...

David de la Mano David de la Mano David de la Mano David de la Mano David de la Mano David de la Mano David de la Mano David de la Mano Street Art by David de la Mano Best known for his contrasted murals often depicting silhouettes, trees, and other monochromatic imagery. His large-scale, black and white pieces provoke reactions among the viewers and encourage their emotions and ideas through a minimalist aesthetic. David de la Mano not only observes others and their social or anti-social behaviour but explores every corner of social behaviour in his practice. Through these figures, he gives poetic visions of the human condition in society and the ways human perceive the world. Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

Paola Gracey SubmissionThe first glimpse of Paola’s artwork...

Paola Gracey Submission The first glimpse of Paola’s artwork sparks an intriguing curiosity that demands an immediate answer to the question “what is that?”. Her early exposure to the Miami art scene and her background in science academia has culminated in a very unique and distinctive style.   Her nine-to-five requires the left-brain to function on all cylinders.  As a chemist she thinks in equations.  She adopts and incorporates science concepts, chemical equations, and symbolic representations into her paintings.   “ After all isn ’ t everything chemistry? ”  Paola says.  Her passion is working with the physical aspects of acrylics, resins, gels, and additives, exploring their every combination as well as their limitations on canvas. In the laboratory she is a precise technician.   In the studio she can experiment by trial and error and the possibilities are endless.  Incorporating different techniques such as pouring, dripping, tipping and mixing helps her manipulate the

nonconcept: Vega Cottage, Island of Vega, Norway by Studio...

nonconcept : Vega Cottage, Island of Vega, Norway by Studio Kolman Boye . (Photography: Åke E:son Lindman )

Rhike Park Music Theater and Exhibition Hall: Two Elements in One Unique Body

This amazing building is located inside Rhike Park in Tbilisi, Georgia. Designed by Fuksas, Italian architecture studio, this building would be the new cultural complex that consist of two different soft shaped elements but connected as a unique body to a shared retaining wall. Each shape has its own function: one for musical theater and the other for exhibition hall. The North area of the building is functioned as the Musical Theater Hall that has 566 seats along with foyer and several facilities, theater machinery, and other useful storages. The Exhibition Hall is located at the South area, it offers a great entrance with a ramp to invite visitors from the street level, unlike the Music Theater Hall that soars from the ground to allow users staying in the foyer and cafeteria to enjoy beautiful view of the river and skyline of the city. Designer : Fuksas Photos : Nikolay Kaloshin Rhike Park Music Theater and Exhibition Hall: Two Elements in One Unique Body is originally post

Paintings by Sylvie Demers As far as she can remember, Sylvie...

Paintings by Sylvie Demers As far as she can remember, Sylvie was mesmerized by colors. In her world, nothing is very serious and she enjoys creating surprise and happiness. Based in Greater Montreal area, Canada, she surrounds herself with birds, flowers and bright colors! She uses watercolors and acrylic to express her spontaneity and optimism. Exploring new things, learning new techniques is a pleasure for her…hoping never to be stuck in a certain type of creativity! Like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by Margaret