nprfreshair:

These make me nostalgic for corded phones. - Heidi

Telephone Sheep Sculptures by Jean Luc Recycled art

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The other ruins. In Japanese it is called “haikyo” (“廃墟” for those longing for the exotic) but in English it is most commonly called “urban exploration”; the Japanese is more poetic though: “abandoned ruins” or else what is left behind when cities move –forwards or backwards. 

The other ruins. In Japanese it is called “haikyo” (“廃墟” for those longing for the exotic) but in English it is most commonly called “urban exploration”; the Japanese is more poetic though: “abandoned ruins” or else what is left behind when cities move –forwards or backwards. 

The difference is that in his case the motives are artistic and ecological: since 2006, Mr. Taylor has been combining his  passions for sculpting, photography, diving and ecology to create in the bottom of various seas whole scenes from our everyday life, visible only to those who are determined enough to dive and see them. 

The difference is that in his case the motives are artistic and ecological: since 2006, Mr. Taylor has been combining his  passions for sculpting, photography, diving and ecology to create in the bottom of various seas whole scenes from our everyday life, visible only to those who are determined enough to dive and see them. 

mydarkenedeyes:

Photographs of abandoned places by Andre Govia.

mydarkenedeyes:

Photographs of abandoned places by Andre Govia.

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Animated idents for Self Similar, a Minimal Techno & Electronic party held at The Magnet, Liverpool. The idents were played as part of the audio-reactive VJ set on the night.

Credits: Andriana Katsiki, Chris Day

(Source: theartfoundation.metamatic.gr)

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stencils:

Ecloz (by Chrixcel)

stencils:

Ecloz (by Chrixcel)

I count the grains of sand on the beach and measure the sea; I understand the speech of the dumb and hear the voiceless. Often baffling, dense and difficult to interpret, an Oracle used to be the voice of the gods, a source of wise counsel and precognition of the future.

I count the grains of sand on the beach and measure the sea; I understand the speech of the dumb and hear the voiceless. Often baffling, dense and difficult to interpret, an Oracle used to be the voice of the gods, a source of wise counsel and precognition of the future.

tinei:


Study for a head. 2012. 60 x 50 cm. Oil on canvas

tinei:

Study for a head. 2012. 60 x 50 cm. Oil on canvas

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