A lot of people are wondering from time to time what life would have been like if they ended up with someone else as their life-long partner. Since 1999, photographer Dita Pepe has enacted her “what-if” wonderings in an odd but fascinating series of self-portraits. Continue reading “What If – Self Portraits with Men Series by Dita Pepe” »
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“Alienation” is a collection of portraits by Cape Town-based artist Anelia Loubser that challenges the viewer by using creative tactics based on the concept, “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. By selectively cropping and flipping the dark portraits in her series, Loubser makes basic human portraits look like creepy alien close-ups.
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Photographer Daniel Root documented the East Village of New York City in 1984. Today, he revisits the locations and documents their current state.
I’m not a look-alike! is an ongoing project by François Brunelle. For the last fourteen years the photographer has been taking black and white portraits of unrelated doppelgängers and he has found and photographed over 230 look-alikes to date. Continue reading “Portraits of unrelated Doppelgangers by François Brunelle” »
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When completed, it is expected that The Sky Penthouse in Monaco will become the world’s most expensive apartment, going on the market for just under 400 million USD. Continue reading “World’s most expensive Penthouse: Tour Odeon in Monaco for sale” »
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Beat of Brazil: the new, digital magazine by Lufthansa about the trend destination Brazil. Encompassing both beach and jungle, see the best this fascinating country has to offer via our website Beat of Brazil, which boasts short films, articles, interactive maps and 360 degree panoramas. Continue reading “Beat of Brazil: “Flying” through Rio with Parkour artist Zico Correa” »
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In 2011 photographer Alessandro Puccinelli decided to buy an old (but super well constructed) motorhome, Hymer 1983 and move it along the south coast of Portugal in some of his favorite places along the european coast. He did that to be able to realise his personal photography project. This is a small series of images Alessandro took when going to bed over the course of 2013.
Imagine a 360-degree, 70-foot (21 metre) tall outdoor mural that’s over 23,500 square feet (7,162 square metres) in size. And it’s not just any mural. This one is designed and created by OSGEMEOS, two uber-exciting Brazilian artists who happen to be identical twin brothers. Continue reading “Os Gemeos transforming Industrial Silos at the Vancouver Biennale” »
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Italy-based illustrator and cartoonist Ale Giorgini has produced a fun illustrated collection of ‘famous couples’ from pop-culture. Titled ‘That’s Amore!’, which translates to ‘That’s Love!’, Giorgini used geometric shapes to create illustrations of famous couples such as Marge and Homer Simpson, as well as Spiderman and Mary Jane.
Photographer Richard Silver’s ongoing series Time Sliced captures famous monuments from around the world in 36 different ‘slices’ of the day as it transitions into night. Continue reading “Time Sliced: Famous World Locations captured through different times of the Day by Richard Silver” »
Continue reading “Time Sliced: Famous World Locations captured through different times of the Day by Richard Silver” »
Pejac recently spent some time in Paris, France where he worked his way through a couple of new street pieces including the above piece which is entitled “Ants”. With his minimalist but clear style, he painted 2 silhouettes of kids being cruel with magnifying glass on what looks like colony of ants. Continue reading “New Street Pieces by Pejac in Paris // France” »
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Berlin-based artist Ines Kouidis creates these amazing collage portraits of famous actors, musicians, and fashion icons. Old newspapers, glossy magazines, posters and paper of any kind are her colours and source.
ONG&ONG Pte Ltd. completed the design and development of 65BTP-House, a private residence with a luminous contemporary character in Singapore. The project is surrounded by a vast garden that converges at a colossal pre-war rain tree of such magnificence that its presence is ingrained within the very architecture of the house itself. Continue reading “65BTP-House – Modern Residence in Singapore by ONG&ONG Architects” »
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1. Copenhagen, Denmark
For the second year in a row, Copenhagen has claimed the number one spot. This makes the Danish capital the first three-time winner of the report. Filling out the rest of the top three, Tokyo has risen to second place and Melbourne has slipped to third. Continue reading “Monocle’s 2014 Quality of Life Survey Lists the Top 25 Most Liveable Cities” »
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