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artwork by Walid Elsawi
A dozen statements, taken from the artist’s ongoing interview project are written on glowing neon boxes, peppered around the space. The interview consists of responses he gives to the question “are you an artist?” a means of exploring the current climate of contemporary art, and the cult of personality, with a tongue-in-cheek emphasis on certain stereotypes, perceived pre-requisites or trends. (via massalexandria)

artwork by Walid Elsawi
A dozen statements, taken from the artist’s ongoing interview project are written on glowing neon boxes, peppered around the space. The interview consists of responses he gives to the question “are you an artist?” a means of exploring the current climate of contemporary art, and the cult of personality, with a tongue-in-cheek emphasis on certain stereotypes, perceived pre-requisites or trends. (via massalexandria)

artwork by Walid Elsawi
A dozen statements, taken from the artist’s ongoing interview project are written on glowing neon boxes, peppered around the space. The interview consists of responses he gives to the question “are you an artist?” a means of exploring the current climate of contemporary art, and the cult of personality, with a tongue-in-cheek emphasis on certain stereotypes, perceived pre-requisites or trends. (via massalexandria)

artwork by Walid Elsawi
A dozen statements, taken from the artist’s ongoing interview project are written on glowing neon boxes, peppered around the space. The interview consists of responses he gives to the question “are you an artist?” a means of exploring the current climate of contemporary art, and the cult of personality, with a tongue-in-cheek emphasis on certain stereotypes, perceived pre-requisites or trends. (via massalexandria)

artwork by Walid Elsawi
A dozen statements, taken from the artist’s ongoing interview project are written on glowing neon boxes, peppered around the space. The interview consists of responses he gives to the question “are you an artist?” a means of exploring the current climate of contemporary art, and the cult of personality, with a tongue-in-cheek emphasis on certain stereotypes, perceived pre-requisites or trends. (via massalexandria)
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fuckyeahchinesefashion:

精品购物指南    
编辑:梓潼  摄影:小刚        妆:ricky     发:刘雪亮
fuckyeahchinesefashion:

精品购物指南    
编辑:梓潼  摄影:小刚        妆:ricky     发:刘雪亮
fuckyeahchinesefashion:

精品购物指南    
编辑:梓潼  摄影:小刚        妆:ricky     发:刘雪亮
fuckyeahchinesefashion:

精品购物指南    
编辑:梓潼  摄影:小刚        妆:ricky     发:刘雪亮
fuckyeahchinesefashion:

精品购物指南    
编辑:梓潼  摄影:小刚        妆:ricky     发:刘雪亮
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subtilitas:

Alphaville - W window house, Kyoto.
subtilitas:

Alphaville - W window house, Kyoto.
subtilitas:

Alphaville - W window house, Kyoto.
subtilitas:

Alphaville - W window house, Kyoto.
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archdaily:

The furniture of the rooms at the acehotel London by Universal Design Studio. More details.
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caroncallahan:

caron callahan aw 14 caroncallahan.com
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blue-voids:

Takuro Kuwata
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subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura.
subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura.
subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura.
subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura.
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wallpapermag:

The ‘North’ light series by Eva Marguerre and Marcel Besau, launched by e15 at Salone del Mobile


Photography: Ingmar Kurth
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