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By John Grade, some artists just have a natural flare and innate understanding of forms and textures, and how they interact with spaces—there is something about Grade’s work that just works so well on every one of these levels. 

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Uncharted by Ferdi Rizkiyanto | via

At first glance, this amazing piece seems like a simple candle with a burning wick and slowly melting wax dripping down the sides. However, upon closer inspection, an incredible little scene reveals itself in the form of digital art.

Created by Indonesia-based artist Ferdi Rizkiyanto, Uncharted features the journey of a group of people as they climb the sides of the luminous tower of hot liquid. With cameras on their shoulders, the explorers fearlessly venture into new territory in search of discovery.

Rizkiyanto achieves insane texture and detail in the digital creation, and the realistic wax has been shaped into an exciting narrative. As viewers inspect the scene, they may find themselves consumed by the story of exploration and adventure.

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4 months ago 1,461 notes



Roundhand Lettering Demo by Glen Weisge.

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Underground Beer Club

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Typographic Poster
by Manolo Guerrero 

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Flexible Wooden Bookshelf Warps to Wrap All Book Sizes

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By Jonathan Shackleton

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Album artowrk for Manuel le Saux


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Le Voyage à Nantes 2012, Nantes, France

Photography: Martin Argyroglo

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Nuance by Marco-Antoine Locatelli

Gifs of an amazing light and movement performance featuring dancer Lucas Boirat. The interpretative performance presents a push and pull between the human silhouette and a shape-shifting abstract energy.

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Solar Bell by Tomás Saraceno

What if a building was so light that on a windy day it could take off and elevate in the air?
 This is the question that Tomás Saraceno asked himself when developing Solar Bell. With this body of work the visionary artist shares his dreams of a utopian new land, not reclaimed from the sea, but from gravity itself. Solar Bell is a flying sculpture, a vision of a flying plaza, a hovering observation tower. The sculpture, fully lifted by the wind, is built using the latest technologies in the field of lightweight materials and sustainable energy technologies. To optimize the realization of his design, Saraceno and his team worked closely with the Aerospace Engineering Faculty at TU Delft, The Netherlands. The design uses light and extremely robust carbon fiber tubing and flexible, paper-thin solar panels to make it lighter than air.


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7 months ago 356 notes




by Aykut Aydoğdu

- Very Daft punky. Love it.

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Riverside Quarter by Daniel Ioannou

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