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Our Insta Fav of the week is Emma Fineman, a painter from San Francisco. Besides taking beautiful snapshots of her surroundings and her friends, she is also creating amazing oil-paintings, using expressive brushstrokes and layering colors.
With his paintings of ‘The Girl and her Dog’, Korean painter Jeong Woojae address the inner human contradiction that comes with owning an animal – at once it evidences our emotional insecurity and need for support, and yet it simultaneously resolves this craving, providing the healing and solace that makes us stronger.
We’ve featured some of Adi Dekel’s beautiful photography on our weekly best of Flickr selection. The young talent is only 18-years old and her portfolio is slowly filling up with amazing shots, often including herself as a model.
Marc Sijan creates incredibly hyperrealistic sculptures depicting ordinary people. On his website it says: “People often have been fooled by Sijan’s work.
In collaboration with Freunde von Freunden, mb! Magazine met Los Angeles-based art dealer Jonathan Brown, a connoisseur of things rare, fine, and out of print.
AZL Architects created ‘House #4′ for CIPEA, an exhibition of architecture in China. The task was, to design a house with at least five bedrooms, public spaces, and hospitality accommodations on 500 square meters.
Designed by Poland-based lighting studio Lightovo, Milo is an interior lamp with a glass shade that’s supposed to remind us of our deep connection to mother earth.
We’ve featured some of Taiwan-based Yu-Hong Kuo’s photographs previously on our Flickr Friday. Looking at his portfolio, we think its’s time to present a larger selection of his works.
San Francisco-based artist Peter Combe creates three-dimensional artworks out of confetti, that he stamps out of paint swatches and other everyday materials.
The project, designed by architects Anna Puigjaner and Guillermo Lopez, members of MAIO design team, involves the conversion of a space that formerly housed a washing place into an open studio for professionals from different fields of architecture and design.
Artist Nino Mustica created an installation in collaboration with Land Rover Design Director, Gerry McGovern in London.
French artist Mister Blick replaces guns and weapons in vintage black and white photographs with colorful illustrations of flowers.
The work of Finland-based self-portrait photographer iiu Susiraja is definitely not for everyone. She states that she once got email from an unknown sender, saying she should ‘go get a proper job.’ Though iiu Susiraja conceives criticism as one of the best parts of her work.
We present our weekly selection of favourite Flickr images in our Flickr Friday. You can submit your work in our Flickr Group if you’d like to be featured.
Rio de Janeiro-based artist Álvaro Franca uses just a typewriter and some paper to create portraits of his favorite authors.
Italy-based photographer Elena Fortunati is living in Rome, where she studies Art History. With her works she aims to translate her ideas and thoughts into reality.
The architects couple Anna & Eugeni Bach promised their kids a playhouse that they built on their grandparents farm in Finland.
Thomas Medicus created the work ‘Emulsifier’, a rotating glass sculpture that contains four hidden anamorphic paintings.
Flemish photographer Sanne De Wilde created portraits of Albinos for her series ‘Snow White.’ She states: “Albinos, like photographic material, are light sensitive.
Our Insta Fav of the week is Amanda Kusai, a young designer from Indonesia, currently living in Jakarta.