After his Landscapes series, American photographer Alex Fradkin, who started as an architect, continues his series with an interest in many cities’ architectures such as New York or Cuba. From dilapidated walls to urban futurist buildings, an overview of his talent is available in the next part.
“Plastic Infinite” is a particular vinyl which has been released by English duo Sculpture. A printed image on the vinyl moves when it turns on the turn table, imitating the zoetrope. A movement and patterns take life between the vinyl’s grooves. A disc experience to discover in the next part of the article.
In 1968, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill built La Muralla Roja (The Red Wall in Spanish) in La Manzanera, Spain. This building refers to Northern African architecture like the Casbah. 50 apartments with colorful intertwined stairs, bridges and platforms to discover in the next part of the article.
London agency Make Architects created two prefabricated kiosks on Canary Wharf plaza. The kiosk is actually a compact and rectangular block which imitates the geometric form of the origami when it opens to clients. An original kiosk in sculpted metal is to discover in photos and videos.
The Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has recently unveiled the winning project for the redesign of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. The latter, proposed by GMP Arquitectos, L35 & Ribas&Ribas arcquitectes, the stadium is a place apart and the most modern and developed of the twenty-first century. To discover in a series of pictures and a video after the jump.
After her Sugar Series, American photographer Emily Blincoe continues to have fun in high angle shot with flowers, fruits and vegetables by colorful associations in the form of kits. She really works on accessories’ disposition and the typography she uses, degrading colors or playing with monochrome.
Australian painter JKB Fletcher covers women with paint and then paints them on canvas, in a realistic way. The artist really knows how to render matters like skin, the paint’s brilliance and each body’s details. Sensual bodies stained with colors are to discover in the next part of the article.
Qiandao Lake is a man-made lake located in Chun’an County, China, where archeologists have discovered in 2001 ruins of an underwater city. The city is at a depth of 26-40 meters and was named “Lion City”. There would have been 290 000 people living in this city during more than 1300 years. Touristic expeditions are projected. A diving into Chinese Antiquity in the next part of the article.