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Yang Yongliang

Yang Yongliang combines ancient Chinese art techniques, such as shui mo painting and calligraphy, with photographic elements of modern urban Shanghai, arranged in the traditional composition of Chinese landscape, to produce artworks with a perfect balance between fragility and danger, beauty and cruelty.

Via this isn’t happiness.

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Vintage Polish telephone

This cool telephone is just one of approximately 180 objects from the collection of the National Museum in Warsaw, featured in their exhibition, Polish Design 1955-1968: We Want to be Modern, running until April 17th, 2011.

Via Designboom.

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Valerija Keleva x Paolo Roversi

Loving this awesome editorial photographed by Paolo Roversi, for Vogue Italia.

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Navis: VLA

Very Large Array Radio Telescope, New Mexico (detail), photographed by Navis.

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Lantern

Lantern

Lantern, designed by London designer Mathias Hahn for French brand Ligne Roset, is a pendant lamp that clamps to its own flex.

Made of glass and spun aluminium, the lamp can be suspended at any height by clamping it to the long flex that passes through its shade and forms a pool on the floor.

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Hot Rod

Via Flickr.

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Ribbon Chair

Ribbon Chair, by Tom Vaughan, is a machine sculpted chair made of one continuous “ribbon” of wood.

Via MoCo Loco.

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Nothing to Nobody

Nothing to Nobody magazine.

Via NAS CAPAS.

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Bhikkhu

Via ♑ Mu.

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Carl Hagerling

Carl Hagerling

I am loving Sommarprataren Radio, in brass and white painted MDF, by Swedish designer Carl Hagerling.

Part of a collection of brass objects, produced with design collective, Landet.

Via Dezeen.

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