Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Buffalo Views rcruzniemiec aka archatlas
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
Check out this tumblr!
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Endless Search Nikita Sergyshkin
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza

Source: archatlas

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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani
"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."
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The Uncomfortable Katerina Kamprani

"The Uncomfortable started as a twisted sadistic design project. It messed up it’s creator’s head [and the heads of people she knows]. It exists in sketches and 3d visualizations and has no meaningful purpose. It’s a parasite in the world of materialism and design."

Source: archatlas

6art,

The Big Apple Collection Michael Mullan
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The Big Apple Collection Michael Mullan
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The Big Apple Collection Michael Mullan
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The Big Apple Collection Michael Mullan
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The Big Apple Collection Michael Mullan
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The Big Apple Collection Michael Mullan

Source: archatlas

6design, Illustration,

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Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery.
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery.
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery.
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery.
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery.
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via cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]

Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery.

Source: cross-connect.cc

6art, Black and White, Illustration,

via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 
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via cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]

Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 

Source: cross-connect

6architecture, art,

Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Escapism David Soukup
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Olnick Spanu House Alberto Campo Baeza
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Sunset in Busan, Korea - 부산 해운대 일몰 JKPix Dante

6architecture, art, landscape,

via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
For Simon Clark creativity is a huge part of who he is. Not a week goes by where he is not inspired by watching a movie, hearing a new song, or seeing a piece of art. He is a graphic designer that always try to keep the creative energy flowing, whether it be work, photography or personal illustration or design projects.
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via cross-connect:
Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]
For Simon Clark creativity is a huge part of who he is. Not a week goes by where he is not inspired by watching a movie, hearing a new song, or seeing a piece of art. He is a graphic designer that always try to keep the creative energy flowing, whether it be work, photography or personal illustration or design projects.
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via cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]

For Simon Clark creativity is a huge part of who he is. Not a week goes by where he is not inspired by watching a movie, hearing a new song, or seeing a piece of art. He is a graphic designer that always try to keep the creative energy flowing, whether it be work, photography or personal illustration or design projects.

Source: cross-connect.cc

6art,

ÁRBORG PK arkitektar
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ÁRBORG PK arkitektar
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ÁRBORG PK arkitektar
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ÁRBORG PK arkitektar
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ÁRBORG PK arkitektar
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B20 - Private Residence PK arkitektar
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B20 - Private Residence PK arkitektar
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B20 - Private Residence PK arkitektar
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B20 - Private Residence PK arkitektar
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B20 - Private Residence PK arkitektar

6architecture, design,

Istanbul Peter Zeglis
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Istanbul Peter Zeglis
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Istanbul Peter Zeglis
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Istanbul Peter Zeglis
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Istanbul Peter Zeglis
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Istanbul Peter Zeglis
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Istanbul Peter Zeglis
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