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Nightscapes photography by Martin StavarsNightscapes photography by Martin Stavars

Nightscapes photography by Martin StavarsNightscapes photography by Martin Stavars
Martin Stavars was born in 1981 in Czestochowa, Poland. After studying Economics and Computer science he focused on photograhy, specializing in landscapes, cityscapes and night photography. He and his camera have been in more than 20 countries around the world, with a special predilection for Asia. (cover image: Incheon –... » read moreleggi tutto

China photography by Michael KennaChina photography by Michael Kenna

China photography by Michael KennaChina photography by Michael Kenna
Michael Kenna’s work has often been described as enigmatic, graceful and hauntingly beautiful much like the Japanese landscape. He has described this body of work as, “more like a haiku rather than a prose”; his work being like photographs written in short poem form. Kenna’s photographs are often made at... » read moreleggi tutto

Vhils in ShanghaiVhils in Shanghai

Vhils in ShanghaiVhils in Shanghai
A teaser of a longer film that will document Vhils‘ experience in China. Alexandre Farto aka Vihilis is an artist from Portugal. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylBst6mufrE[/youtube] ViaUn teaser di un film più lungo che documenterà l’esperienza Vhils in Cina. Alexandre Farto aka Vihilis è un artista dal portoghese. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylBst6mufrE[/youtube] Via » read moreleggi tutto

Photographs Look Like Traditional Chinese PaintingsPhotographs Look Like Traditional Chinese Paintings

Photographs Look Like Traditional Chinese PaintingsPhotographs Look Like Traditional Chinese Paintings
Using a style known as pictorialism, Chinese artist Dong Honh-Oai was able to create a series of amazing photographs that look like Chinese traditional paintings. Utilizzando uno stile conosciuto come pittorialismo, l’artista cinese Dong Honh-Oai è stato in grado di creare una serie di fotografie incredibili che sembrano dipinti tradizionali... » read moreleggi tutto

Shaolin Temple by Tomasz Gudzowaty

Shaolin Temple by Tomasz Gudzowaty
Tomasz Gudzowaty was born in 1971. He is particularly interested in non-commercial sports, and also those that are not present in the media, sports that are exotic, atypical or somehow outside the mainstream. He cooperates with Focus Fotoagentur in Hamburg and Warsaw’s Yours Gallery.Tomasz Gudzowaty was born in 1971. He... » read moreleggi tutto

Poplar Library by Sako ArchitectsPoplar Library by Sako Architects

Poplar Library by Sako ArchitectsPoplar Library by Sako Architects
Sako Architects realized this amazing project for Poplar Library, a bookstore specific for children, in Beijing. Main features of the projects are 2 rainbow colored ribbons floating around the 2 floors inviting children to discover the shop world made of spaces and holes to explore. Holes in the bookshelves can... » read moreleggi tutto

Xiuyuan ZhangXiuyuan Zhang

Xiuyuan ZhangXiuyuan Zhang
Xiuyuan Zhang as born in Northern China. She graduated from IDEA (Illustration/Design: Elements & Applications Program )at Capilano University in 2011.She now lives and works in Vancouver, BC. Canada.   Xiuyuan Zhang è nata nel nord della Cina. Si è laureata da IDEA (Illustrazione / Design: Elements & Applications Program)... » read moreleggi tutto

Beyond the Infinity by Serge Salat

Beyond the Infinity by Serge Salat
Serge Salat, french architect, designed this incredible labyrinth full of shapes, colors, and mirrors, reaching a fantastic visual effect enriched by a philosophical meditation inspired on the Yi King (I-Ching) book of mutations, which concerns about yin-yang, illusion and reality and life’s movement. Concepts that inhabit our conscience, considering fractal... » read moreleggi tutto

Chinese Illustrator in New Zealand

Chinese Illustrator in New Zealand
After receiving her BA (Hons) in Illustration and Sequential art from the China Academy of Art, Huan Liu has worked as a freelancer in many fields including magazines, fashion brands, newspaper, advertising in Auckland New Zealand. She always explores meanings beyond the visuals with a delicate touch of her personal... » read moreleggi tutto

Chinese Surrealist Painting: Deng Xinli.

Chinese Surrealist Painting: Deng Xinli.
Deng Xinli’s work can be described as a critical fantasy that expresses the political and symbolic changes into Chinese values seen by an Asiatic eye and his social interaction beyond the military power. He is guided by the changes of patterns of this era, combined with a surrealist mood that... » read moreleggi tutto