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Jean-Philippe Piter has lived on the paradisiacal Caribbean island of St. Barthélemy since 1997. He captures its lush topography and watery surrounds in color and black-and-white photographs that have aided in defining its character and appeal.
Replika was a temporary installation of Ayzit Bostan and Gerhardt Kellermann, funded by the Department of Culture Munich. It’s a cooperation between the two artists, the City of Munich and the Bavarian Administration of State Palaces, Gardens and Lakes.
This collection of pictogram history posters was designed by H-57 creative agency as a part of their collaborative project with the website First Floor Under. The posters are designers’ take on famous biographies, real and fictional, expressed in not more than three or four steps
The 3D images, which are not based on real-life architecture, zoom-in on geometric elements as well as explore the realm where philosophy and architecture crossover.
Grant Murray was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and moved to the United Kingdom to further his IT career in 2001. He developed an interest in photography after buying his first digital SLR camera in 2004.
Fine art photographer Nicolas Bruno created a series of eerily beautiful images expressing various facets of his struggle with sleep paralysis.
Designed as a trend book and a source of inspiration, the Red List offers total immersion in the whole world of visual arts so as to build bridges between historic and contemporary creativity.
"I like things to hide a mystery, a fascination, a journey"
“Sometimes I do something three times over and think, ‘this is terrible!’ And then I go back and think maybe there’s some strength in there. You need the second day to realize the strength in something.”
The real life happening around just eludes us. We are somewhere ‘in between’.