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Atelier Tout va bien - Atelier de design graphique à Dijon Untitled 2 kumulus TwoPoints.Net | International Bureau of This And That James Gallagher The Cutters exhibition has traveled from Ireland to Germany and will mark the first exhibition of the new Gestalten Space in Berlin. The show runs from April 29 – May 28. Cutters Edges Contemporary Collage A Group Exhibition Curated by James Gallagher Gestalten Space Sophie-Gips-Höfe Sophienstraße 21 10178 Berlinwww.gestalten.com/space Collage is currently experiencing a new heyday in contemporary art and visual culture. Highlights among the selected artists include Sergej Sviatchenko and April Gertler. James Gallagher, who already curated the CUTTERS series of exhibitions showcasing contemporary collage in Brooklyn in 2009, in Berlin in 2010 and in Cork in 2011, uses collage to investigate human form and personal identity. Gallagher is also co-editor of the recently released Gestalten book Cutting Edges: Contemporary Collage, an inspiring collection of unique recent work created using this technique.

Doris Buttignol A3 Studio - Atelier graphique & Direction artistique Akatre – Bizarre Photography | BizarreBeyondBelief There’s absolutely no information that we’ve found on the artist Akatre other than his or her Tumblr page. However, the works on the page are awesomely strange. Looks like mainly portrait photography work with some serious flare. We’re sure you’ll enjoy it. Like this: Like Loading...

I'm Google I’m Google is an ongoing tumblr blog in which batches of images and videos that I cull from the internet are compiled into a long stream-of-consciousness. Both the searching and arranging processes are done manually. The batches move seamlessly from one subject to the next based on similarities in form, composition, color, and theme. This results visually in a colorful grid that slowly changes as the viewer scrolls through it. Images of houses being demolished transition into images of buildings on fire, to forest fires, to billowing smoke, to geysers, to bursting fire hydrants, to fire hoses, to spools of thread. The site is constantly updated week after week, batch by batch, sometimes in bursts, sometimes very slowly. The blog came out of my natural tendency to spend long hours obsessing over Google Image searches, collecting photos I found beautiful and storing them by theme. Firstly, lots of people ask if it's a algorithm or something. I hope you enjoyed my first FAQ – Dina Kelberman

Paul Cox - Jeu de construction Bubble Drawings : Charlotte X. C. Sullivan Need Help? Bubble Drawings : Charlotte X. C. Sullivan Curated by Christophe Related PostsMore Posts by This Curator Summary Buamai is an online repository for unique or inspirational found images. Avons-nous vraiment envie de devenir la Silicon Valley C’est un petit pays que vous visitez en voiture. D’abord un long boulevard à trois voies, bordé de grands arbres – pins, palmiers, eucalyptus – qui cachent les maisons s’éparpillant à distance les unes des autres. De magnifiques maisons (les styles à la mode en ce moment : Château de la Loire et villa méditerranéenne), des maisons qui valent des millions, que leurs propriétaires dissimulent derrière des murs de briques et de petites forêts. Votre guide vous dit : “Ici, ce sont les Champs Elysées”. Vous passez devant une école. Il suffit de tourner, d’emprunter la rue marchande de la ville, de passer la voie ferrée pour arriver dans un quartier semi-industriel où il n’y a plus aucun arbre. Maitres et serviteurs. Ce petit pays, ce n’est pas la Grèce, ni le Portugal. Pourquoi ? Xavier de la Porte Retrouvez chaque jour de la semaine la chronique de Xavier de la Porte (@xporte) dans les Matins de France Culture dans la rubrique Ce qui nous arrive à 8h45.

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Rémy Poncet = a réinventé des photos vintage d’anonymes ou de scènes de films en y insérant des aliments. La série « History and Chips » est drôle, déroutante, parfois intrigante et même parfois totalement dégoutante. Les matériaux utilisés varient de la moutarde au chewing-gum, en passant par l’oeuf cru. by dgsavina Jan 21

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