Netherlands based artist dOminic brown. Brown said he is inspired by many different things including ancient cultures.
These homes are made in Austria, delivered in about 8 to 10 weeks after an order is placed, and only required four people to assemble on site.
Jonatan is a Spanish illustrator who’s focus is on advertising illustration, but also works in children’s and fantastic artwork, as well as comic.
The will to pursue one’s individual happiness is the driving force behind many of our actions. But when ambition and reality clash the outcome often is not the desired one.
This dramatic renovation centres around a spacious internal courtyard defined by natural rock face and lush vegetation. Large sliding glass doors in the main living area enable a seamless flow between inside and outside.
Bruce Stafford Architects have designed the renovation of an existing house which was originally an 80′s style multi-tenancy building in Sydney, Australia.
Frederico Martins started out as a professional photographer 10 years ago in photojournalism. As his skills with light became better he started to diverge his career and now works mainly in fashion, portrait and advertising, although his personal projects still go deep into photojournalism and documental photography.
Jenny Mörtsell grew up in Stockholm, Sweden, and as a kid filled drawing pad after drawing pad with mostly horses, boys and shoes.
The quadruplet ‘Sisters of Destruction’ are immortal nymphs who fed on human flesh, namely young men. They would seduce, kill and then consume weary travelers.
Here’s a series of clean packaging designed by Antrepo for brands like Nutella, Pringles, Corn Flakes, Red Bull, Durex and other brands. “Minimalist effect in the maximalist market”.
Minga is a laboratory of ideas. A design and creativity company based in Argentina, bringing together a multidiciplinary team under the premise of offering inventive efficient and immediate solutions.
Filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley follow photographer Sarah Sudhoff as she works on her series titled At the Hour of Our Death. In the series Sudhoff creates large-scale color photographs of stained fabrics from trauma scenes and discusses the invisibility of death in our culture.