The German-Hungarian artist Katharina Roters made a series of photographs identifying the different colorful and unique facades of Hungarian houses called “Magyar Kocka“, cubes that can be found all over this former countries of the Soviet Union. Simple but customized houses decorated by locals to discover in the article.
To imagine some of the world’s most famous places abandoned and reclaimed by nature in a post-apocalyptic world, that is what artists recently proposed by studio team Naughty Dog who developed the Last of Us, video game set in a world affected by infection and human zombification. Reinterpretations visually amazing. To discover
The American artist Shawn Huckins likes to take paintings from earlier centuries and to incorporate texting acronyms or shortcuts that Americans use today in their dealings via interposed screens. An anachronism that offers a quirky and pop look gathered under the series “American Revolution Revolution”.
The City of Copenhagen asked teams from Dissing + Weitling Architecture to imagine this beautiful ramp and roads for bikes and pedestrians all orange and located across the city harbour. This pathway called Cykelslangen Bike Lane offers safety for people who want to borrow it while adding a touch of color.
Tony Zhou is passionate about film and TV series, and has recently created an excellent video “A Brief Look at Texting and the Internet in Film” which, through multiple extracts, to show how the exchange of messages or searches on Internet are inserted and imaged in fiction. A very good initiative to discover.
David Phillips is a scientist who has always had a great passion for insects. With his knowledge and mastering microscopes he unveils the anatomical structures of different insects invisible to the eye. Impressive photographs he was able to gather in a book called Art and Architecture of insects. Discover a selection.
“Soldiers Inventories” is a series of photographs made by Thom Atkinson and offering us to discover 13 outfits and accessories kit typical of the English soldiers, from 1066 to today, gathering uniforms, weapons and other items allowing us to get an idea of the evolution of the equipment through the centuries.