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Vincent Coste Inks Japanese Restaurant, Yakuza Style

Vincent Coste Inks Japanese Restaurant, Yakuza Style
Design studio Vincent Coste recently adorned the new space of Koi Restaurant with the inked aesthetic of Yakuza tattoos. A walking tour from the entrance to the dining area tells a story steeped in ancient tradition...Continue to Full Article

Web 0.0 by Biancoshock Brings Social Media to Life

Web 0.0 by Biancoshock Brings Social Media to Life
Street artist Biancoshock is back to his playful hijinx, this time in a sleepy town in the hills of Campobasso, Italy. Civitacampomarano is home to only 400 residents, most of them senior citizens. Given the...Continue to Full Article

The Parallel Worlds of Michal Karcz

The Parallel Worlds of Michal Karcz
Warsaw artist Michal Karcz gives us a peek at alternate dimensions in this series of stunning photos. From alien landscapes to post-apocalyptic visions, Karcz demonstrates a flair for the dramatic with breathtaking...Continue to Full Article

Dadomani Recreates Game of Thrones Intro with Animated Paper

Dadomani Recreates Game of Thrones Intro

Creative thinktank Dadomani Studio has recreated the opening sequence of Game of Thrones using nothing but paper and stop motion animation. The spot is part of Moleskine's cobranding effort with the hit series and...

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Cadena Asociados Revamps Local Business with Modern Style

Cadena Asociados Revamps Local Business

Design firm Cadena Asociados (C+A) recently applied a make-over to "El Moro", one of Mexico City's culinary landmarks that has been serving the public since 1935. Given its prodigious reputation the owners of this...

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The Epoxy Resin Floors of Peter Zimmerman

The Epoxy Resin Floors of Peter Zimmerman

German artist Peter Zimmerman is well known for his experiments with epoxy as a painting medium. Peter often takes images and processes them with digital filters until they are unrecognizable, using them as motifs...

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Windows of the World by Andre Goncalves

Windows of the World by Andre Goncalves
Portuguese photographer Andre Goncalves travels the world documenting architectural facades in his brilliant series "Windows of the World". As would be expected, Portugal is represented in spades, with images compiled...Continue to Full Article

Stunning Urban Portraits by Tim Okamura

Stunning Urban Portraits by Tim Okamura
Brooklyn painter Tim Okamura's portraiture focuses on the environmental experience of daily life in his neighborhood, and the impact it has on the people who live there. With a seamless fusion of realism and graffiti,...Continue to Full Article

La Nouvelle Heloïse by Malka Architecture

La Nouvelle Heloïse by Malka Architecture
Parisian architecture firm Stephane Malka has a reputation for its modular, compact designs which are aimed squarely at city dwellers where real estate is a hot commodity. They've recently upped the ante with "La...Continue to Full Article

Fields of Light by Bruce Munro

Fields of Light by Bruce Munro
UK artist Bruce Munro transforms regular landscapes to the stuff of dreams in "Fields of Light", an ongoing series of outdoor lighting installations which have dotted some of the most remote and scenic corners of the...Continue to Full Article

Cuyperspassage by Benthem Crouwel Architects

Cuyperspassage by Benthem Crouwel
Since 2008 Benthem Crouwel Architects has been working on its masterplan for a modern upgrade of Amsterdam Central Station. Playing a central role in this municipal reboot is their ambitious tunnel design aka ...Continue to Full Article

The Fashionable Paper Sculptures of Asya Kozina

The Fashionable Paper Sculptures of Asya Kozina
St. Petersburg artist Asya Kozina raises the bar for paper sculpture with an eye for fashion in this series of beautiful images that showcase her work. Whether she is putting together a baroque wigs, victorian...Continue to Full Article