This is drop dead gorgeous! Dutch artists Lernert and Sander were asked by the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant to make a photograph for their documentary photography special, with the theme Food. They transformed unprocessed food into perfect cubes of 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm. 98 gorgeous cubes I’d like to see severed in restaurants near me soon! The perfect 3dish.
Somehow, I just stumbled upon this incredible looking building by Paolo Soleri that he built for the Ceramica Artistica Solimene factory, in Vietri sul Mare. A town in the province of Salerno, in the Campania region of southern Italy very popular as being a convenient place to start the Amalfi Coast drive. I was looking into Thomas Heatherwick‘s works following the post on the new Google HQ and one thing led to another and this gem came up… Lovely! Reminds me a lot of Gaudi, Inside as well with the tree like structure which is amazing just as the exterior.
It doesn’t take much more than implementing a single material in a bold way on simple geometry like you see above. Obviously, we also have here a clear case of LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!
Another work week is done and looking forward to a cosy weekend I’m sharing these great photos of the UNO Image Photoshoot by Dutch photographer Paulina Arcklin that she recently published. All taken at Studio 13 in Amsterdam, carefully pre-planned to get it all done in that single space. Pretty remarkable results – Great looking fabrics!
Today I’m sharing the remarkable bridge like JG House in Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Designed by MPGAA to blend with its surroundings with what I define as ‘earthy’ aesthetics using materials such as concrete, wood and dark steel. Amazing location and great light in this photo set taken by photographer Leonardo Finotti.
Concrete is great! you know I think so by now, and when I stumbled upon the work of German based freelance photographer/artist Florian Müller I had to share it with you. Below you’ll find 3 photo sets of concrete buildings he took photos of, most interesting being the church “Johannes XIII” by Josef Rikus.
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