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  2. "The inspiration for this project comes from the action paintings by Jackson Pollock. Contrary to Pollock`s masterpieces, which show the result of his painting process, in the “Black Hole” series, the focus is put on the action itself: the moment, where the paint is in motion. The action painting is turned into a paint action, the process itself becomes a piece of art."

    -Fabian Oefner

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  3. (Source: brahmasastra, via furs)

    Camera: HP HP Photosmart R840
    Aperture: f/3.6
    Exposure: 1/79th
    Focal Length: 6mm

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  5. signals-dive:

Aphex Twin, Live

    signals-dive:

    Aphex Twin, Live

    (via prince-of-nettles)

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  6. One day

    One day

    (Source: planete-deco.fr, via s-wimgood)

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  8. Jack Vanzet

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  9. Jack Vanzet

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  10. Henrietta Harris

    Henrietta Harris

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  12. Tjenište, forgotten futuristic Yugoslavian monument

    Tjenište, forgotten futuristic Yugoslavian monument

    (Source: sonjabarbaric, via prince-of-nettles)

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  13. (Source: netgrind, via imlivingaglitch)

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  14. (via Architects That Are Pushing Fashion Into the Future)
Until recently, crossovers between architecture and fashion have been executed almost exclusively through store design for luxury brands. Rem Koolhaas’ long standing relationship with Prada and Zaha Hadid’s designs for Neal Barrett’s in Tokyo are among some of the most famous collaborations between fashion and architecture brands. This collaboration has expanded into fashion itself and brought footwear into the spotlight as the architects’ new fetish. As far as creating small-scale manifestos goes, shoes seem to be the new chairs.” …
by Lidija Grozdanic for Architizer

    (via Architects That Are Pushing Fashion Into the Future)

    Until recently, crossovers between architecture and fashion have been executed almost exclusively through store design for luxury brands. Rem Koolhaas’ long standing relationship with Prada and Zaha Hadid’s designs for Neal Barrett’s in Tokyo are among some of the most famous collaborations between fashion and architecture brands. This collaboration has expanded into fashion itself and brought footwear into the spotlight as the architects’ new fetish. As far as creating small-scale manifestos goes, shoes seem to be the new chairs.” …

    by Lidija Grozdanic for Architizer

    (via kafkamusic)

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  15. Pandagunda, OINMD, 2014

    Pandagunda, OINMD, 2014

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