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Realistic works by Colin Chillag Colin Chillag is...

Realistic works by  Colin Chillag Colin Chillag  is Phoenix-based artist whose work is usually labeled as hyperrealist. Behind his amazing paintings and other works stand a comprehensive and extensive research on possibilities to artistically represent the real. His work is characterized by uniqueaesthetics, and original style. Chillag uses a wide range of techniques in his mission to capture the world as objectively as possible. He is equally devoted to painting, photography and drawings as the artistic media that compose his final compositions. His final products provide a unique and original visual experience to the viewer.  View similar posts  | selected by Margaret   via

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nonconcept: Noyack Creek Residence, located in Suffolk County,...

nonconcept : Noyack Creek Residence, located in Suffolk County, USA by Bates Masi .

Silki Doodle: Passion for Picasso Korean artist, Silki Doodle...

Silki Doodle: Passion for Picasso Korean artist, Silki Doodle (정슬기) is a Korean painter/illustrator living in Mumbai, India. Her painting style is obviously influenced by Picasso, but she also illustrates comics & does mehndi designs on people’s hands. More Silki: Instagram | Facebook | ArtStation Follow Cross Connect on social media Facebook || Twitter || Instagram Posted by Yellowmenace

Venn Diagram shows Tesla-SolarCity-SpaceX overlap

Venn Diagram shows Tesla-SolarCity-SpaceX overlap

Vibrant pop-art pieces by Greg Guillemin commemorating the 50th...

Vibrant pop-art pieces by Greg Guillemin commemorating the 50th anniversary for the annual French Montreux Jazz Festival. Follow us on Tumblr !

Groth Concept SUV for Extreme Road Conditions by Al Hasbi

Groth is a concept SUV inspired by futuristic robot form. Al Hasbi, an Indonesian industrial designer, said that he wanted to design a vehicle for extreme road conditions since cities in Indonesia were mostly flooded in heavy rains. You can read description about this project below in Hasbi’s own words. This is “Groth”, a SUV car with magnetic microhair material that can change it transparency All of the doors and windows could automatically reduce the amount of hot sunlight passing through them I was inspired by futuristic robot (shape), the issues I raised is about Indonesia, where the cities in Indonesia are often flooded when it rains, the streets are hollow or broken, and increasingly crowded parking lots. Moreover, Indonesia has a natural beauty that is very rich, when someone driving to a place surrounded vast expanse of nature, to be sure they want to feel the sensation of driving while looking around. Therefore, I tried to design a vehicle that can adapt to the circumstanc