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Sebastian Hempel: MVI 5502

Lighting installation by Sebastian Hempel.

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Dorothee Golz: The Pearl Earring

Dorothee Golz‘s take on the Vermeer classic, Girl With a Pearl Earring.

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Carouschka Streijffert: Objects

Carouschka Streijffert: Objects

Carouschka Streijffert: Objects

Loving the contemplative objects of Carouschka Streijffert.

Via things I like, things I love.

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Michael Sowa: Rabbit on a Rainy Street

Loving the whimsically surreal paintings of Michael Sowa.

Via this isn’t happiness.

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Mid-Century Modern Pharma Ads

Mid-Century Modern Pharma Ads

Aqua Velvet has posted an awesome assortment of 1960s marketing material, created to sell a variety of pharmaceutical products in Europe.

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Stephan Tillmans: Luminant Point Arrays

Stephan Tillmans: Luminant Point Arrays

Luminant Point Arrays is a series of photographs by Stephan Tillmans showing tube televisions in the moment they are switched off.

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Protect Me From What I Want

BMW Art Cars, featuring works by some of the world’s most famous artists, is on show at the BMW Museum, Munich, until 30 September, 2011. Shown above, “Protect Me From What I Want” by Jenny Holzer.

Via this isn’t happiness.

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Reform

Reform

Reform

A small selection from one of my favorite design bloggages, Reform.

It’s a beautifully curated collection of visual delights  — my only gripe would be the lack of source information.

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The Incredible Journey That is Consciousness

The Incredible Journey That is Consciousness

The Incredible Journey That Is Consciousness is a limited-run book by Alex Fuller and Gabe Usadel, that “invites each reader to interpret a landscape of symmetries, simplicities and geometric structures.”

“Squares, circles and triangles are at the core of what makes the industrial world around us. A universal visual language apparent in all things — the tools we use, the fashion we wear, the buildings we live in and the communications we see.

Visionary modernist architects, designers and artists such as Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, El Lissitzky, and Josef Albers celebrated both the beauty of form as well as the functional potential hidden within these 3 primary shapes and colors.”

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Air and Water

Air and Water

Air and Water

Car designer Chung Joo Hyun and developer of the airbag, Hong Sung, have curated a contemporary installation entitled ‘Air and Water’, showing works that subliminally relate to the work of each man.

Via designboom.

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