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Fine Art Photography by Karen Jerzyk Karen Jerzyk is a...

Fine Art Photography by Karen Jerzyk Karen Jerzyk is a self-taught photographer from the Boston, MA USA area. My trademark of shooting elaborate scenes in abandoned buildings (when I find a location, I quite literally spends hours cleaning up and restoring it to what it may have looked like, paying attention to the smallest details such as placement of items in the room) eventually got me arrested in August 2014- I like to describe that particular event as “the best thing to ever happen to me”, after national news outlets picked up the story. Become a patron of Karen Jerzyk on  Patreon  and follow her on  Instagram Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram . posted by tu recepcja

Fine Art Photography by Karen Jerzyk Karen Jerzyk is a... crss

Fine Art Photography by Karen Jerzyk Karen Jerzyk is a self-taught photographer from the Boston, MA USA area. My trademark of shooting elaborate scenes in abandoned buildings (when I find a location, I quite literally spends hours cleaning up and restoring it to what it may have looked like, paying attention to the smallest details such as placement of items in the room) eventually got me arrested in August 2014- I like to describe that particular event as “the best thing to ever happen to me”, after national news outlets picked up the story. Become a patron of Karen Jerzyk on  Patreon  and follow her on  Instagram Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram . posted by tu recepcja crss

Waves | 25th Century25th Century is the brainchild of Lucas...

Waves | 25th Century 25th Century is the brainchild of Lucas Ighile and Ayla El-Moussa. It is the medium through which they interpret space and display their explorations in time travel, photography, music, film, and magic. As the name suggests their vision is anchored in the perpetual future, connecting the dots and pursuing an ever changing and evolving form of human expression…Creating works of art trying to put a ding in the canvas we call the universe. Posted by Chaz | Follow us on Instagram

Waves | 25th Century25th Century is the brainchild of Lucas... crss

Waves | 25th Century 25th Century is the brainchild of Lucas Ighile and Ayla El-Moussa. It is the medium through which they interpret space and display their explorations in time travel, photography, music, film, and magic. As the name suggests their vision is anchored in the perpetual future, connecting the dots and pursuing an ever changing and evolving form of human expression…Creating works of art trying to put a ding in the canvas we call the universe. Posted by Chaz | Follow us on Instagram crss

e2a - Broëlberg Residences, Kilchberg 2003 (previously). Photos...

e2a - Broëlberg Residences , Kilchberg 2003 ( previously ). Photos © Rasmus Norlander.

Never Forget a Thing Again With Wunderlist, the Easiest Reminder to Use

Maybe there are things you need to buy at a grocery store, maybe you need to make an important phone call, or pick up an item from somewhere. There are often so many things of varying importance that it can be hard to remember everything and you may forget to do something that might have repercussions down the line. You could make a list, but even this isn’t a foolproof system. You need to remember to keep checking the list, and not forget where you placed it. This only puts more pressure on your memory. You might also come to rely on your list, leading you to perhaps forgetting other things. What you need is an organized system that stores all the things you need to do and remind you to do it at the exact time you want.  Wunderlist  is the app you need to set lists and reminders as effectively as possible. Here’re the highlighted features that can solve every problem you encounter when you try to remember stuff to do. 1. Repeated Reminders There are some things we do every day, o

Street Artist Mantra Turns Buildings into Gigantic Butterfly...

Street Artist Mantra Turns Buildings into Gigantic Butterfly Specimen Cases France-based street artist Mantra ( Instagram ) transforms multi-story buildings into gigantic butterfly specimen cases in a series of clever, trick-of-the-eye 3D murals. The enormous, hyper-realistic butterflies appear to be set within wooden-framed boxes, recessed into the side of each building. Long shadows and subtle details, which suggest a transparent glass surface, create a convincing level of depth that helps to enforce the head-turning optical illusions. Mantra’s ( Facebook ) illusory murals don’t end with butterflies either; he’s also painted cats, birds, and reptiles, as well as other insects, such as moths, beetles, and (in one instance) a monstrous spider, creeping out from a “crack” in the side of an apartment block. Thanks My Modern Met More unique art: Instagram || Twitter || Facebook Posted by Andrew