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asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima

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Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.

He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.

To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.

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artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)

Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]

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juliettesandleitner:

august 12, 2014

new york city was extra cloudy and picturesque today

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cross-connect:

Fintan Magee is an Australian street artist known for his murals throughout Queensland and later in New South Wales.

Magee grew up in Queensland and gained a reputation as a graffiti artist before obtaining a Fine Arts degree and moving to Sydney. He now works out of “The Tate Gallery” above the Toxteth Hotel in Glebe. He received national acclaim for his mural depicting Felix Baumgartner in Brisbane.

Described as “Australia’s Banksy”, Magee’s work is recognised for its lack of a political message, compared to other street artists, and its humour. His diligence, technical skill and progressive approach to street art make him one of Australia’s must watch emerging artists.

His Instagram

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thecreativesense:

Staircase from Department SDM - Architecture in Motion Workshop

Anyone who is a regular to this page will know I love staircases, and this flowing walnut example is a fantastic spin on the traditional cantilever frame staircase. Rather than featuring simple beams jutting out from the wall that rest freestanding in the air, these forms curve up and over to make up a complete, interconnected set of steps. The staircase can be seen from almost every part of the property; making it a focal point and ‘articulator of spaces’. 

See more of the property at: Platforma Arquitectura

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now-youre-cool:

The Williamsburg Bridge.. my favorite place in New York

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