Collections are all-handmade in Australia. This range encapsulates lightweight garments in fine silk & hand-knitted linen; referencing the craft of complex lacy knitting techniques, and blending hand-dyed and machine knitted fine silk, by Australian textile designer, Nikki Gabriel.
Via: Nikki Gabriel
Kudos for Chehere Laurent, a French artist who impresses with photographs and handling them very successful with the subject matter. Indeed, it plays with the clichés of houses and buildings to levitate in the air, giving a surreal rendering of the most beautiful effect. They seem so real. It's so cool to see real life images used to make surreal/twisted realities. This is something a painting could never do!
It's a bird...
It's a plane...
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Victim of Beauty, by vassil germanov for 12 magazine 2012
Italian artist Igor Scalisi Palminteri from Palermo has always been fascinated by religiosity. For his series of sculptures titled Hagiographies, Palminteri transformed statues of saints, purchased in the street markets of Palermo, into superheroes by repainting the sacred works with bright acrylic paint, masking their faces and converting their traditional robes into capes and superhero garb bearing their recognizable symbols. Make of it what you will…