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[gone] MEXICO

[gone] MEXICO is the first series of [gone] Project; is the result of a month of traveling from the Yucatan region to Oaxaca, where the two photographers Anastasia Fugger & Carolina Pimenta explore the complex and dynamic aspects of collaborating. Fugger and Pimenta explore the intimate ‘face-a-face’ encounter through their lenses by sidestepping the semiotic [...]

Hand Carved Caverns

It’s in a rocky cave in new Mexico that the artist Ra Paulette has hand carved and engraved amazing organic patterns on the walls. An unexpected work that took place over ten long years, inviting visitors to get lost in this cave and admire the work of the artist for a long time engraved in the rock. An unusual project to discover in images.

Little Mermaid House

“The Seashell House” (or “Casa Caracol”) is one of the beautiful houses proposed for renting on the site Airbnb. Located in Isla Mujeres in Mexico and for 186€ per night, it features two bedrooms to host four people dived in a submarine universe into the heart of a white seashell, for a couple of holidays weeks.

Tornado of Fish Photography

It’s in the turquoise waters off the Cabo Pulmo coast, Mexico, during a Diving session that Mika Woyda and her husband, Caine Delacy, have lived the unusual experience to meet a huge school of fish. The couple took advantage of this special moment to blend in with the silver swirl and capture incredible images. To discover.

The Best Wildlife Photography Of 2014

The Natural History Museum of London has announced the winners and finalists for the contest Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014. More than 42 000 submissions coming from 96 different countries have been selected according to their composition, innovation and their own interpretation of nature. A beautiful panorama of pictures to discover.

Hueso Restaurant in Mexico

Mexican architects Cadena+Asociados have thought Hueso Restaurant’s interior, located in the district of Guadalajara, in Mexico. The project was to renovate a building built in the 40′s and to make a place that lets us see the squelette of the structure. An interior which reminds us of curio cabinets, with a dominance of white, wood and ceramic, to discover through Jaime Navarro’s pictures.

Offf Mexico 2014 Main Titles

Is it possible to define the merging point between design and technology?In semiotics, the German word Umwelt defines the perceptual world in which an organism exists and acts as a subject. It defines how we experience our world by perceiving data as signs. Offf Mexico 2014 Main Titles presents the future of design industry where, [...]

Shaping Clouds

Shaping Clouds is a series of illustrations inspired on the shape of real clouds, created by Martín Feijoó (aka Tincho), who draw over the photographs he took during his last trip to Mexico. The whole project was originally published here.

Robyn – Do It Again

Danish director Martin de Thurah made ​​this great video to illustrate “Do It Again” song from the collaboration between Robyn & Royksopp. With this design black and white video tour in Mexico, a real dark and strange atmosphere emerges, matching perfectly with the music. To discover.

Modern Box House

For Comunidad Vivex program, Mexico-based architecture agency S-AR created a social house for low-income families : La Casa Caja, also called The Box House. Located in the suburbs of the city General Zuazua in Mexico, this house is defined as a big grey box, with many little boxes inside. Photos by Alejandro Cartagena, to see.

Never Home

  Never Home is an on going series of photomontages that questions the relationship that one develops in a newfound home. In proposing that simple question, other ideas are inevitably explored; acceptance, belonging, and loss.