Bêtes de mode | Helmo
Bêtes de mode, Helmo septembre 2006 • Série d’images et motif pour l’opération commerciale Bêtes de mode aux Galeries Lafayette à Paris. En collaboration avec Thomas Dimetto
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Mexican textile artist Victoria Villasana, creates colourful embroidered patterns, over vintage photographs of artists, musicians and icons of present and
Creative Crazy, Adorable, Pablo, Thecuadro, and Photo image ideas & inspiration on Designspiration
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What We Love This Week, Volume XXV
From ants in combat to the surprising beauty within meteorites, there's a lot to love in the world. Here are our picks of the week.
asylum-art: Merve Özaslan: Natural Act on Behance the work of Istanbul-based artist Merve Ozaslan via Pinterest and Behance. In a similar way to Höch, Ozaslan takes vintage black and white photographs, from people on the street to young ladies on the beach, and inserts pieces of natural scenery. The result is an ordinary urban scene juxtaposed tongue-in-cheek with green forests, a field of daisies or the swirling current of the sea. See more of Ozaslan’s work on Behance and follow her on ...
Jonni Cheatwood’s work is often in the form of geometric abstraction, but his recent series entitled Grace displays his unique take on self portraits. By pouring brightly coloured acrylic paint down a black and white image of himself he’s created a rather striking set of abstract images that maintain his anonymity.