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Just The Two Of Us, installation by Katharina Grosse. You can check out these technicolor sculptures at the MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn, on display till September 2014.
A new piece by Banksy appeared in London! And then it disappeared shortly after.
Paintings by Brad Kahlhamer, currently exhibited at the Jack Shainmen Gallery in New York City. His sculptures are also featured there. Check it out!
Nude, a series about the movement of the human body, is photographed by Sinichi Maruyama.
Illustration by Marko Purac.
Vietnam mountains, seen at Condé Nast Traveler.
Fictive Beers from Pop Chart Lab. Includes Pabst Blue Robot from Futurama, Schraderbäur from Breaking Bad, and Butterbeer from Harry Potter.
For its design issue, T Magazine travels to Tangier to speak with several influential designers and their personally curated homes.
"We are all different, but there’s something fantastic about that, isn’t there?"
Wire sculptures for series Corpo Habitado by David Oliveria.
Dan and Pat of The Black Keys.
Simple and modern package design by A. OK.
Elements of Design infograph from Paper Leaf.
State of Mind series by Korean photographer JeeYoung Lee. She constructs each set in her 3x6 meter studio, taking weeks at a time to create these surreal scenes.
Things Come Apart series by Todd McLellan.