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Joanne Nam

by Xavier Speeleveld

Joanne is an illiutrator / painter from Pasadena USA.

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Kazuki Guzman

by Xavier Speeleveld

Artist kazuki guzman turns mundane, everyday objects into pieces of intricate artwork.

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The Bahai Temple

by Xavier Speeleveld

The bahai temple of south america by toronto firm hariri pontarini architects, employs both translucent stone and the newest glass technology as the means of generating and manifesting both the physiological and spiritual delights of natural light embodied in architecture. born out of an international competition with over 180 entries from 80 countries, the bahá’í temple of south america is a nine-sided structure with nine entrances that symbolically welcome all people from all directions of the earth to join in prayer and meditation. its form and materiality break new ground, drawing on the power of light as inspiration. nine gracefully torqued wings of cast glass and translucent stone billow like sails, projecting a sublime, ethereal luminescence. 

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Aneta Ivanova

by Xavier Speeleveld

Double exposure

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iPhone

by Xavier Speeleveld

korean creative collective posh craft has developed 'luna', an iPhone 5 skin made entirely out of concrete in collaboration with realize design studio. each unique accessory features one-of-a-kind crater-like voids and imperfections on its surface, appearing as if the cover was extracted directly from the moon. thin and flexible, the smartphone protector provides a refined aesthetic to complement the modern lines of the iPhone.

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Egg House

by Xavier Speeleveld

Undoubtedly one of the most interesting project getting featured on the world wide web, 
the egg-shaped mobile home by twenty-four year old dai haifei is a response to beijing's
soaring rental prices. haifie, a recent architecture school graduate, has designed 
and lived in this temporary unit for the last two months. 

Source : designboom

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Mobile Bathroom

by Xavier Speeleveld

To be presented at the ISH trade fair in frankfurt from the 12th to 16th of march, 2013 is a pop-up bathroom concept, developed as part of a
trending forecast from the association of the german sanitation industry and the messe frankfurt. the campaign sees the fabrication of an inflatable 
mobile pavilion that will tour from place to place promoting the benefits of a temporary, mobile bathroom.

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Juliana Manara

by Xavier Speeleveld

Juliana Manara explores human existence through world issues or ordinary moments and simulates them with fantasies. 
Her experimental photographic work is part of a growing up private and public international collection.
Sao Paulo - lives and works in London
 
Source: Juliana Marana

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Robert Hardgrave

by Xavier Speeleveld

Robert Hardgrave, born in Oxnard, has been a Seattle resident for the past 20 years. He is in the practice of old fashioned drawing and painting. Improvisation is his strength and he enjoys employing "mixed" media whenever he can. Robert has been published in numerous artist survey books and magazines in addition to a monograph of his own work called “Magic Beans”. Robert's paintings are meditations on the unpredictability of life. 

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Nike

by Xavier Speeleveld

NIKE free flyknit is an expression of natural performance principles, combining a supportive, sock-like upper and a flexible midsole and outsole that move with the body. the compression fit brings the foot closer to the sole for better lockdown and propulsion.

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Alexandra Bruel

by Xavier Speeleveld

French art director and illustrator alexandra bruel engages the familiar childhood novelty of plasticine as her medium to imagine pop art props for advertising applications. Bruel issues her clay creations to a range of disciplines including animation, textile design, photography, sculpture and illustration. Her creative process includes rolling, folding, and cuting the malleable material into a mixed collection of objects, shapes, and typographic forms.In a stop-motion claymation, created in collaboration with film director eric beaupre, the 3-dimentional plasticine forms become active moving figures. the quirky short film, which was created for a new year's greeting, is based on the marx ernst quotation 'art is a child’s play' and illustrates those five words.

Picture of the Day

by Xavier Speeleveld

Cucumbers

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Picture of the Day

by Xavier Speeleveld

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Red Hong Yi

by Xavier Speeleveld

Red Hong Yi uses mundane materials as her medium to inform her work, encouraging both herself and those who look at her art to rediscover their surroundings. The malaysian artist / architect has developed a collection of images in which she depicts exotic birds rendered in flower petals , herbs and twigs. Each month, red hong yi selects a new material for experimentation and in the 'flower-bird' compilation, she carefully layers the delicate pieces on top of each other to create the portraits.

Source: artist

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Christopher Jonassen

by Xavier Speeleveld

Norwegian based artist

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NL Architects

by Xavier Speeleveld

NL architects redesigns dutch rail headquarters in utrecht

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Ion Lucin - Bilbao Spain

by Xavier Speeleveld

The artist about this piece of art :

The idea with which I started this animation was: experiment and explore all the graphical possibilities of representing a sphere, always play with the form and achieve Gestalt, work with a 3D software but achieve a graphical and flat result, synthesize the form, the color, the movement, the morphing and metamorphose of the shapes must be fluid and continuous

Source : Ion Lucin's portfolio

 

 

 

Jeremy Couillard

by Xavier Speeleveld

MY TIME IN THE CULT OF MELTING ANCESTORS

Pierre Scherzmann

by Xavier Speeleveld

At first glance, the eye is attracted by the vibrations of the light well at the centre of the painting. The immediate effect of these vibrations is to prevent the gaze from settling and to incite the body itself to start moving in order to adjust. It is not a matter of the image as something that creates a distance […] but of a destabilising, repelling effect. The body/objectiveʼs attempt to adapt and grasp the image and thus fix it proves vain, and instability turns into a growing feeling of irritation. Do we end up seeing nothing at all? After all is said and done, does the picture have nothing more to offer than a splendid void? This willed irritation is already present in Schwerzmannʼs earlier works, but in this new series its radicalism goes beyond purely optical phenomena to insinuate itself into the body and then into the emotions — understood here in the etymological sense as that which moves out and agitates, and therefore makes us react. In this specific relational situation, these are like so many defence mechanisms before a moving image. It is as if there is a non-concordance between the perceiving subject and the perceived object, both temporally and spatially (or locally), taking the form not of an emptiness, but of an absence.

Stéphanie Bédat

Source : Peinture, Attention, 2011

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Bryan Olson

by Xavier Speeleveld

We are discussing with Bryan to present his superb collages on Onsitegallery.

Hope to show you in the near future other fantastic work of him.

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