Few Things of Note #73

Hey, Very long time since my last visit here, hope all is going well. Few notes to make life much nicer Libraries around the world by TimTom  Tips to wear all white Chloe Fleury for Benefit Cosmetics Ted Pim flowers oil paintings Back-to-School party Nich Store – Beautiful linen dresses Yayoi X MoMa featuring the coolest…

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Few Things of Note #69

Hi Weekend, Few links to warm it up a bit : Really fancy this Luca dress. The death of organic reach on FB. Digital Predictions for 2018. What’s your superpower? Art ! Cute pompoms door ornament – DIY Meet Lumen mixed reality concept. Be Good,

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Girl Pool

‘In the Swimming Pool‘ is Maria Svarbova‘s largest series yet, originating in 2014 and continuing to develop to date. Sparked by a hunt for interesting location, her fascination with the space of public swimming pools contributed to developing her visual style.  Each of the pictures a different pool, usually built in the Socialist Era, in…

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Interactive Fashion by Ying Gao

A fashion designer and university professor, Ying Gao has achieved personal distinction through her numerous creative projects. Gao questions assumptions about clothing by combining urban design, architecture and media design. She explores the construction of the garment, taking her inspiration from the transformations of the social and urban environment. Recognized worldwide, her designs are frequently…

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Wardrobe Snacks by Terrence Caviar

TERRENCE CAVIAR is an American duo stylist Michelle Maguire and photographer Kelsey McClellan , The “Wardrobe Snacks’ series was inspired by diners lacking the luxury of being seated as a table. “They’re informal, perhaps even a bit awkward – spaces as far as eating is concerned, yet the diner always appear to be comfortable and…

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‘Speak, America’ by Guy Yanai

Guy Yanai’s new solo exhibition ‘Speak, America’ running now at Ameringer McEnery Yohe in New York until August 18 showcasing 13 new paintings based on his notion memories captured in photos and translated to oil paintings, from around the world. My personal favorites are both Tel-Aviv and Paris.

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Lucy McRae is Magic

Lucy, an Australian born Amsterdam based,  is a science fiction artist, body architect and inventor of Swallowable Perfume. She places the body in complex future scenarios, inventing visually iconic films and experiences that connect science with imagination. Her influences culture by providing a feminine point of view on scientific breakthroughs related to health and the human…

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‘The Woman Who Never Existed’ by Anja Niemi

‘The Woman Who Never Existed’ tells the story of a fictional character visualized after reading Eleonora’s words,  an actress who only exists in front of an audience, when no one is looking she starts to disappear. ‘The Woman Who Never Existed’ was inspired by the words of the pioneering Italian actress Eleonora Duse’ as better…

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“Reading is Solitude” Libraries Project by Thibaud Poirier

“Reading is solitude,” Italo Calvino once said, embodying the inspiration behind Thibaud Poirier “Libraries” series. These temples of cultural worship gather communities, and yet the literary experience, and therefore the experience of a library, remains solitary. It is this internal narrative that forms us when we are young, matures with us, and grows when we…

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‘The Blue Journey’ Dream World by Gabriel Isak

In The Blue Journey series,  photographer Gabriel Isak invites the viewer to enter a dream world, where solitude is more than just being alone. It is a world of soul searching and dream interpretation, spun from a web of psychological states, which is filled with stimulating knowledge and energy of the self. Solitary figures are concealed…

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Mr. Bo’s Photography

Amazing bird eye photography by Australian Mr. Bo, inspired by the raw beauty of nature, the spirit of adventure and an insatiable drive to explore the horizons beyond ordinary. Seeking extraordinary captures has driven him to devise and explore extraordinary means to view the object from a unique angle. See more work and shop here, and…

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‘Women&Food’ Oil Paintings by Lee Price

American artist Lee Price, in a hyper-realistic oil painting series “Woman & Food” explores the very complex relationship woman had with food. In Price’s paintings, food serves as a symbol for the many distractions we create to keep ourselves from being conscious and present in our lives. When I’m having difficulties in my life food…

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‘Handle with Care’ by Rora Blue

Artist (and feminist) Rora Blue exploring through her artwork few sexist comments woman are frequently hearing. In the series “Handle with Care” Rora transforms those sexist phrases into visual images that incorporate the gendered stereotypes the simultaneously critique.

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How to Raise a Creative Child? Step One: Back Off

I have been asking myself this questions since I found out my little boy is a creative fountain, few years back. i never git a very definitive professional answer, but the more I asked, the more I realized that the answer was to just let it be (or as Adam Grant  brilliantly points at his…

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Combophotos – Stephen Mcmennamy

Brilliant instagrammer Stephen Mcmennamy perfectly combining two so very diffrent photos into one, creating a creative-fun match. check out more of Stephan work here and here.    

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