Hover Cars

April 25, 2015 § Leave a comment


French designer Sylvain Viau uses digital editing to create these flying Star Wars like classic cars.

Because of their classic space-age Viau usually worked only with 80s Citroën vehicles because of their classic space-age design, but now he has added  Peugeot, Toyota, and Renault to the mix. You can see many more here.

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Optical Illusions

April 25, 2015 § Leave a comment


Felice Varini is a Swiss artist with a new solo exhibition called  “La Villette En Suites”  which contains anamorphic, geometric designs that are created to be viewed from a single location. These large-scale installations have been installed around the Grande halle de la Villette within Parc de la Villette through September 13, 2015. You can see more views of the exhibition on StreetArtNews, and follow Varini directly on Facebook.

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Weird Nature

April 24, 2015 § Leave a comment

An stunning and (somewhat creepy) nature video compilation edited by Roen Horn using found footage from various BBC and National Geographic clips including BBC’s Life, World’s Weirdest, and BBC Weird Nature. The song is “Hello Tomorrow” by Karen O.






Cabin In The Forest

April 24, 2015 § Leave a comment


Tomek Michalski has created his own ideal meditative Cabin in the Forest.

My first architectural concept. The vision of the place to clear one’s head targeted at the individuals who need rest, seclusion from other people, the world and daily life. A cold, misty forest in the context of a warm space of seclusion is supposed to help and shape character, as well as invoke emotions and willingness to ponder. Both the building itself and the interiors will be designed to affect the flora and fauna as little as possible.

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Washed Up

April 24, 2015 § Leave a comment


Artist Alejandro Duran follows in a long tradition of land art including such luminaries as Goldsworthy and Smithson in his series entitled “Washed Up” a site specific collection of outdoor installations.

Speaking about the project Alejandro says, “Conflating the hand of man and nature, at times I distribute the objects the way the waves would; at other times, the plastic takes on the shape of algae, roots, rivers, or fruit, reflecting the infiltration of plastics into the natural environment.”

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No Shadows

April 23, 2015 § Leave a comment


In his “Yellow River” series, which we have featured here on Blend Blog Chinese photographer Zhang Kechun has shown a keen eye for the monumental changes taking place in his home country. In this new series entitled “Between the Mountains and Water” Kechun continues this tradition. The title of this post “No Shadows” comes from the fact that nearly all of these images are taken when the skies are full of toxic smoke and dust, a by product of heavy industry and manufacturing as well as low quality coal-fired energy plants This is an ancient land under going enormous change, all under a sky without shadows.

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Innocence Lost

April 23, 2015 § Leave a comment

Suman is 5 years old, collects waste sandals with his mother and sells them to the traders.

Suman is 5 years old, collects waste sandals with his mother and sells them to the traders.

Probal Rashid is a documentary photographer based in Bangladesh, represented by Zuma Press, U.S.A. He completed MBA, and later studied photojournalism from Pathshala, The South Asian Media Academy and Institute of Photography. He also completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Photojournalism through a scholarship program of World Press Photo at the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism (Ateneo De Manila University) in Philippines.

His works have been published in many national and international newspapers and magazines like The Forbes, GEO, Days Japan, The Wall Street Journal, Stern, RVA, The Telegraph, Focus magazine, The Dateline, and The Guardian. His photographs exhibited in Bangladesh, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, UK and USA.

“Children are paid less than adults, with many working up to twelve hours a day. Full-time work frequently prevents children from attending school. Long hours, low or no wages, poor food, isolation and hazards in the working environment can severely affect children’s physical and mental health.”

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