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As every Friday we introduce our favorite Flickr images of the week in the following blogpost. If you'd like to see one of your images in the selection, you can give it a shot and submit your work here.
Dutch photographer Daantje Bons created the series 'Features of Femininity' to examine womanhood. She says that she's mainly interested in gender roles, ideal images and expectations.
Hungary-based artist István Orosz creates mesmerizing anamorphic works. He draws and paints images that often appear to have no meaning or distorted parts until you place a cylindrical mirror atop the artwork.
With his series 'Monodramatic' Daisuke Takakura imagines how it would be to meet many versions of yourself, that might look identical while they actually had different ideas, dreams and goals in mind than yourself.
Our Insta Fav of the week is Paula Amenta, a musician from Argentina who enjoys capturing her travels, hidden spaces and the details she notices in her everyday life.
Popcorn anyone? Netherlands-based designer Jolene Carlier created the machine 'Popcorn Monsoon' as she thought that most popcorn machines looked very dull and she wanted to transform the simple process of making popcorn into an exciting event.
We've already told you that we love brunch and people in other countries feel the same way though what they're eating is often very different from our mid-day snack.
Photographer Neil Dacosta created 'The Book of Mormon Missionary Positions' together with art director Sara Phillips.
You might think it's a little too early to think about Valentine's Day (14.2.) but if you'd like to give your loved ones one of these dead cool cards, you better hurry to make sure to have them at home in time.
South Carolina-based artist and illustrator Hollis Brown Thornton creates drawings that depict now-obsolete technology of decades past, including cassette tapes, VCR tapes, floppy disks and old video games.
The Vipp Shelter is a minimalist prefab concept located in Copenhagen, designed by Danish design company Vipp.
We featured Osamu Yokonami and his series Assembly previously though we thought it was time for a little update as we still enjoy looking at his group images.
Washington-based photographer Angela Kelly uses the freezing temperatures to blow bubbles with her son and take pictures of the spectacular results.
After closing down their successful restaurant Da Baffi that they've opened in 2011 in Wedding, Federico Testa and Francesco Righi started a new Italian restaurant named Bosco a few weeks ago.
Looking at the every-grey Berlin sky, we wouldn't mind swapping locations with this dwelling called Turner Residence, designed by Jensen Architects, situated in Larkspur, a steep and heavily wooded hillside with heritage-status trees and unobstructed views of Mount Tamalpais and the San Francisco Bay.
We assembled another best-of Flickr selection for our weekly Flickr Friday. If you want to see more of the selected photographers, check out their portfolio by clicking on their name.
We've always admired the work of Spanish-born, Ohio-raised Amanda Jasnowski. Today we came across this lovely video portrait of her created from the guys of Like Knows Like, who regularly visit and shoot film series about people they admire on the internet.
Madrid-based photographer Elena del Palacio creates dream-like images that seem to tell a hidden narrative.
US-based artist and photographer Diane Meyer has been working on a series of embroidered photographs taken in the city of Berlin.
Our Insta Fav of the week is Teresa Freitas, a girl from Portugal, whose biggest source of inspiration is the sea.