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Illustrations by Mike Mitchell Best know for his pop art style,... crss

crossconnectmag: Tryouts (2016), Ryan CaruthersRyan...

crossconnectmag : Tryouts (2016) ,  Ryan Caruthers Ryan Caruthers is a 22 year-old photographer based in NYC. The pictures collected in ‘Tryouts’ stem from his experiences while growing up in a suburban neighborhood of New Jersey. “Being closeted separated me from other boys at school and contributed to this estrangement from sports as this is what boys my age were mostly preoccupied with,” describes Caruthers. “My thin frame and having a bone deformity in my chest also separated me from other males at school. I found a constant disconnect to masculinity.”  Follow Cross Connect Magazine: Tumblr | Instagram | Facebook  

crossconnectmag: Illustrations by Delphine Labedan Delphine...

crossconnectmag : Illustrations by Delphine Labedan Delphine Labedan   is an illustrator from Girona, Spain. Currently, she working as director and professor of drawing at the School of Fine Arts (EMBA) in Vila de Salt, since 2006. I prefer large formats (canvas or wood) and diverse techniques such as coal, pastel, collage, ink, watercolor, and oil, which I enjoy in creating mixed media works. However, my impulsive temperament collided with the wait and patience needed for most of these techniques, so I currently work mostly with ink pens, watercolor and India ink. As a result, I have achieved a fresh and direct approach, and speed and immediacy of execution have become features of my recent work. Follow her on  Twitter  and Facebook. Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by turecepcja

Illustrations by Delphine Labedan Delphine Labedan is an...

Illustrations by Delphine Labedan Delphine Labedan   is an illustrator from Girona, Spain. Currently, she working as director and professor of drawing at the School of Fine Arts (EMBA) in Vila de Salt, since 2006. I prefer large formats (canvas or wood) and diverse techniques such as coal, pastel, collage, ink, watercolor, and oil, which I enjoy in creating mixed media works. However, my impulsive temperament collided with the wait and patience needed for most of these techniques, so I currently work mostly with ink pens, watercolor and India ink. As a result, I have achieved a fresh and direct approach, and speed and immediacy of execution have become features of my recent work. Follow her on  Twitter  and Facebook. Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by turecepcja

Giant Sunwheel of Gold Plates Adorns Festival in PortugalA...

Giant Sunwheel of Gold Plates Adorns Festival in Portugal A sunwheel measuring eight meters in diameter is currently on display at the annual Festa de São João do Porto (Festival of St John of Porto). Built by the Portuguese-Italian collective Moradavaga , and taking inspiration from traditional water mills, the sunwheel consists of hunders of gold plates, each capable of moving independently. The interactive piece also allows passersby to play with the sunwheel by rotating it. The manipulation from the environment and people produce “changing effects throughout the day and night, according to wind and light variations and the speed given by users.” via Booooooom Follow Cross Connect Magazine: Tumblr | Instagram | Facebook

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

crossconnectmag: Beautiful Photography from Heikki Kaski Do...

crossconnectmag : Beautiful Photography from Heikki Kaski Do yourself a favor and check out the work of Heikki Kaski .  Follow Cross Connect Magazine: Tumblr | Instagram | Facebook

Illustrations by Aykut Aydogdu

Illustrations by Aykut Aydogdu

Aykut Aydogdu

Aykut Aydogdu

really-shit: Creations, Marta Bevacqua

really-shit : Creations , Marta Bevacqua

Zena : Salt and Pepper Concept Dinnerware was Inspired by Zen Aesthetics

Zen, this is a total state of focus where your body and mind create total togetherness. This principle inspired the design of this salt and pepper dinnerware, hence the name, Zena . This project stands out due to its beautiful, simple aesthetics as all designers know that simplicity can become one of the hardest design elements to pull off. Charlie Hudson has come up with a range of concept salt and pepper containers where they will give user tactile experience, building emotional attachment that Charlie hopes for. The material used here is Ash and Stainless Steel since it’ll work in harmony with Zen aesthetics. Designer : Charlie Hudson Zena : Salt and Pepper Concept Dinnerware was Inspired by Zen Aesthetics is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design