Agnieszka WOjciechowska

Agnieszka WOjciechowska

Agnieszka WOjciechowska
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“It’s a very old house that has been given a contemporary twist by an architect friend of ours,” says artist, fashion designer and Made.com collaborator Philip Colbert of his east London home. “It’s amazing to live in a space that has both of those elements. It’s really unique.”

“It’s a very old house that has been given a contemporary twist by an architect friend of ours,” says artist, fashion designer and Made.com collaborator Philip Colbert of his east London home. “It’s amazing to live in a space that has both of those elements. It’s really unique.”

Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde created a cloud in the middle of a room.

Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde created a cloud in the middle of a room.

Seyo Cizmic, Sculpture, "Harakiri"

Seyo Cizmic, Sculpture, "Harakiri"

So cool. Totally always wanted to make something out of old rotary telephone heads and cords. #sheep #sculpture #rotarytelephone

So cool. Totally always wanted to make something out of old rotary telephone heads and cords. #sheep #sculpture #rotarytelephone

Gros poussin ?

Gros poussin ?

Netherlands based artist John Breed is the man behind this beautifully bizarre installation, titled “Shoe Salon Breuninger”.

Netherlands based artist John Breed is the man behind this beautifully bizarre installation, titled “Shoe Salon Breuninger”.

bellusverus: Rebonds by Klaus Pinter : KOBAYASHI MARU

bellusverus: Rebonds by Klaus Pinter : KOBAYASHI MARU

Fabien Merelle - i find this really humorous but also very intriguing. I don't remember the word that explains the contradiction between the elephant and the man. hmmm....

Fabien Merelle - i find this really humorous but also very intriguing. I don't remember the word that explains the contradiction between the elephant and the man. hmmm....

Yuki Matsueda

Yuki Matsueda

A 20-foot high blow-up version of Takeshi Murukami greeted those who went to see the Murakami-Ego exhibition in Qatar, 2012.

A 20-foot high blow-up version of Takeshi Murukami greeted those who went to see the Murakami-Ego exhibition in Qatar, 2012.