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BOOM FOR REAL by Fermento & Fermento | NY, New York PDF Print E-mail
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This eye-popping set of images comes from collection called "Boom For Real" from New York based photography duo Fermento+Fermanto. They are actually just a selection of implied and nude photos accumulated over the years by the very daring and creative pair; BJ and Riechelle Fermento. Featuring semi to fully exposed angels, the collection showcase the ladies in a wide variety of settings, most haunting in contrast and impressive in scope. Take a look.

 

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Beauty Photography by David Benoliel | New York - Miami PDF Print E-mail
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French fashion and beauty photographer David Benoliel, from Paris but currently located in the United States between New York and Miami, has built quite a name for himself after working with numerous publications and other clients such as John Henry by Perry Ellis, Art Book - W Hotel Miami, Haute Magazine, Socialite and many others. Here we have a selection of beauty shots from his stunning portfolio. Take a look.

 

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Wooden Mosaic Sculptures by Haroshi | Japan PDF Print E-mail
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"Without Skateboarding I Am Nothing." These capitalized words introduce us to self-taught Japanese artist and skateboard enthusiast, Haroshi when visiting his website. "To Haroshi," the sites proclaims proudly, "his art pieces are equal to his skateboards, and that means they are his life itself. They're his communication tool with both himself and the outside world." Recycling discarded skateboards, "His creations are born through styles such as wooden mosaics, dots, and pixels; where each element, cut out in different shapes or kept in their original form, are connected in different styles and shaven into form of the final art piece." Take a look.

 

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Retrato a Julián by Alejandro Maestre PDF Print E-mail
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Retrato a Julián, which translates to "A Portrait of Julian" is a photographic series by Murcia, Spain born artist, photographer and teacher Alejandro Maestre. The subject is an admired friend and colleague, a fellow artist named "Julian" who himself is a writer, filmmaker, sculptor, painter and photographer. "...with this photographic series I aim to show a struggling artist know yourself and and be shaped or transformed into a better person," says the Spanish artist on his website.

 

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Sensational Skate Park & Urban Climbing Wall in Spain PDF Print E-mail
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It’s not just a skate park, it’s an architectural landmark. Factoria Joven (“youth factory”) is a skate park and climbing wall in Merida, Spain, which opened in  March 2011. Its bright, modern geometric design was inspired by the construction methods used to create Chinese dragons.

 

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Art Installations by Clemens Behr PDF Print E-mail
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Art Installations by Clemens Behr

 

I’ve already talked about how I love the artwork of Clemens Behr, but I just can’t get enough of his oversized installations – they’re like huge 3D paintings. He can completely transform the interior of a building into an optical illusion funhouse.

 

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One Day, One World: 11 International 9/11 Memorials PDF Print E-mail
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Though there are literally hundreds of monuments to the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks in the United States, memorial sculptures are much harder to find beyond our shores. These 11 internationalmemorials to 9/11 are, for the most part, smaller in scale and more personal in design, reflecting the subtly different ways 9/11 is interpreted and commemorated by the world at large.

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Ocean Parts Sculptures by Koby Sibony PDF Print E-mail
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Ocean Parts by Koby Sibony

 

Ocean Parts by Israeli designer Koby Sibony, is a series of sculptures created from a combination of plastic pieces collected from the beach and metal wire. I love the playfulness and crafty aspects of these creations – particularly the remote control cars and radio. These bring me back to my youth, when I would collect sticks and stones and other debris and make them into creative playthings (kids, this is what we did before the Internet). And thanks to Koby for helping clean up the shorelines!

 

 

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