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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

The Photography of Syracuse, NY Photographer Doug DuBoisI’m...

The Photography of Syracuse, NY Photographer Doug DuBois I’m quite the fan of Booooooom , which you should absolutely check out if you’re unfamiliar with them, and came across a recent Photographer Spotlight  post on Doug DuBois , which provided photos from DuBois’ work from “ Avella ”. Not to hijack a post of theirs, but I instantly fell in love with the photos of DuBois, as I had never seen his work before. Aside from taking photos that allow the viewer to immerse themselves into the lives of the subject matter, whether it be teenagers in Ireland, familial stress, or a poignant view of everyday life in a town 45 miles outside of Pittsburgh, PA, DuBois is also an associate professor at Syracuse University, which means he’s essentially my next door neighbor (I live in Rochester, NY). DuBois’ work has been displayed in galleries and museums all over the world, and has been featured in numerous magazines and books. Essentially, I have no excuse for not having seen his wor

Stormy Black and White Photography by Mitch DobrownerYou should...

Supercell and Lightning, Ginn Valley, South Dakota 2014 Landspout, Goodland, Kansas 2014 Strata Storm and Bales, Near Eden, South Dakota 2015 Funnel: Northern Plains, Regan, North Dakota 2014 Sister Storms and Lightning, Browns Valley, South Dakota 2015 Saucer over Road, Hot Springs, Wyoming 2014 White Tornado, Woonsocket, South Dakota 2014 Shiprock and Cloud, Navajo Nation, New Mexico 2013 Tornado Crossing Power Poles, Syracuse, Kansas 2016 Stormy Black and White Photography by Mitch Dobrowner You should absolutely do yourself a favor and check out the stunningly beautiful landscape photography of Mitch Dobrowner. If you’re a fan of Ansel Adams, Dobrowner’s photography will be right up your alley, as Dobrowner draws from the inspiration of Adams in his own work, which is very apparent. His work primarily focuses on the West and Midwest, showcasing the beauty of the landscape of that part of the country, as well as the threateningly gloomy and perilous natur

Visualizing the Fortune 500

Visualizing the Fortune 500

“Ornithographies”  Birds in Flight by Xavi BouFrom Quartz...

“Ornithographies”  Birds in Flight by Xavi Bou From Quartz Magazine : Photographer Xavi Bou wanted to document the movements of birds in their natural habitat, rather than in a staged environment like a racing track or photo studio. To do it, he filmed wild flocks flying across beautiful vistas and sunsets, then compressed the individual video frames, capturing mesmerizing movement in a single image. The resulting work, called “Ornitographies,” transforms birds’ flight into looping ribbons of color. You can see more of Xavi Bou’s work on Facebook .  Thanks to Quartz Magazine! . See art from around the world - follow our Twitter , Instagram , and Facebook .

Porsche Mission Formula E Concept Car by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

Porsche wants to make batteries for Formula E, it is reported that the company has submitted a proposal to be the new battery supplier for Formula E (the all-electric racing series). FIA has started digging proposals back in March because they wanted to replace the current battery from Williams Advanced Engineering for the series’ fifth season, which is going to start in 2018. Porsche has seriously great electric car ambitions, this company has been in charge of battery technology for VW, it’s make sense that German automaker wants in as well. This concept car has been designed to be a “quad core electric car”, it’ll need much less cooling air. Looking at it closely, there are air intakes in the lower mid section and at the top. Designer : Olcay Tuncay Karabulut Tuvie has received “Porsche Mission Formula E Concept Car” project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication. Porsche Mission Formula E Concept Car b

Stepladder Chair by Stephen Kenn

A multifunction furniture design, well this stepladder chair represents its name clearly, it’s a chair that you can transform into a step ladder when you need one. Designed by Stephen Kenn, this original design is made from powder-coated steel combined with vegetable-tanned leather. The sling seat encourages good posture while seated while providing great comfort, it can pivot forward to expose three steps as a stepladder. Designer : Stephen Kenn Studio Stepladder Chair by Stephen Kenn is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design