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Painting by Fabio La Fauci, an artist from Berlin,... crss

A Kyoto Hotel Styled to Minimalism PerfectionAlthough smack dab...

A Kyoto Hotel Styled to Minimalism Perfection Although smack dab in downtown Kyoto, MOGANA Hotel emanates calm and serenity with its clean lines, subdued color palette, and glorious interplay of light and darkness. Created by Takashi Yamaguchi & Associates , the interior design is sleek, fresh, and strikingly minimalist. Nods to tradition are balanced with contemporary concepts in order to connect guests with their destination. Rooms are effortlessly refined sanctuaries where modern comforts meet reinterpreted aesthetics of the past. They vary in style, mood, and decor, but all boast floor-to-ceiling windows facing a vibrant vertical garden and thoughtful amenities such as Wi-Fi, luxurious SHIGETA cosmetics, and matohu zori (Japanese sandals).

Sculptures by Alex Chinneck Uniting the disciplines of art,...

Sculptures by Alex Chinneck Uniting the disciplines of art, architecture, and theatre the work of British sculptor Alex Chinneck is monumental in ambition and impact, producing contextually responsive interventions that animate the place in which they stand. Alex Chinneck is a graduate of Chelsea College of Art and a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. His work has been featured extensively by international media with selected projects welcoming over one million visitors. Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by Margaret from tu recepcja

Sculptures by Alex Chinneck Uniting the disciplines of art,... crss

Sculptures by Alex Chinneck Uniting the disciplines of art, architecture, and theatre the work of British sculptor Alex Chinneck is monumental in ambition and impact, producing contextually responsive interventions that animate the place in which they stand. Alex Chinneck is a graduate of Chelsea College of Art and a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. His work has been featured extensively by international media with selected projects welcoming over one million visitors. Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by Margaret from tu recepcja crss

abandoned-playgrounds: Abandoned Home in Maryland See More...

abandoned-playgrounds : Abandoned Home in Maryland See More —>  http://www.abandonedplaygrounds.com/lovely-abandoned-maryland-home-being-reclaimed-by-nature/

SubmissionFeatured Art by Olga Pokhodzey, a Saint-Petersburg...

Submission Featured Art by Olga Pokhodzey , a Saint-Petersburg photographer. The project “Growing into" is the series of self portraits about relationships between people and things. Our household stuff and other surrounding objects were made for our comfort and designed to help us in everyday life and our creative activity. But there is another side - sometimes we feel tied too tight with them, as if things appropriate us and we grow into them. I decided to show this metaphor literally. To get an effect of transparent body and objects growing into it, I shot with long exposure, quickly walking out of frame at a certain moment. Besides the theme of ingrowth, for me this series is about some kind of envy for the essence of objects: compared to human body, things are much more sustainable, at least passing of time is not so dramatic to them. For more check out her Instagram . Thank you for your submission.   Submit here

SubmissionFeatured Art by Olga Pokhodzey, a Saint-Petersburg... crss

Submission Featured Art by Olga Pokhodzey , a Saint-Petersburg photographer. The project “Growing into" is the series of self portraits about relationships between people and things. Our household stuff and other surrounding objects were made for our comfort and designed to help us in everyday life and our creative activity. But there is another side - sometimes we feel tied too tight with them, as if things appropriate us and we grow into them. I decided to show this metaphor literally. To get an effect of transparent body and objects growing into it, I shot with long exposure, quickly walking out of frame at a certain moment. Besides the theme of ingrowth, for me this series is about some kind of envy for the essence of objects: compared to human body, things are much more sustainable, at least passing of time is not so dramatic to them. For more check out her Instagram . Thank you for your submission.   Submit here crss