Geometric Illustration by Irina Kruglova

Talented Russian art director and illustrator Irina Kruglova (Instagram) has a lot of to show but we focus on here geometric portraits and illustrations.

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Virtual Depictions: San Francisco

"Virtual Depictions:San Francisco" is a public art project by media artist Refik Anadol (previously) consist of series of parametric data sculptures that tell the story of the city and people around us within a unique artistic approach for 350 Mission’s media wall in collaboration with Kilroy Realty Corporation / John Kilroy and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP Architects.

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http://vimeo.com/147304811

Animated Graphite Drawings by T.S. Abe

You might remember the graphite animated self-portrait of UK based illustrator T.S.Abe we posted last year. Here is new updates with more animation drawings she did in a matter of this year for different occasions, mostly commissioned for fashion industry. Check the animated works on www.krop.com/tsabe and review full portfolio of T.S.Abe on www.tsabe.co.uk

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Hyperrealistic tribute to Frida Kahlo by Kazuhiro Tsuji

Frida Kahlo, South America’s most famous woman artist best known for her numerous self-portraits, is portrayed once more as hyperrealist Kazuhiro Tsuji’s latest subject. Rendered with a heightened realism, Tsuji’s Frida is made of resin, platinum silicone, and other materials by the same technique that he once practiced as a special effects makeup artist. Find out more on artist's Facebook via Hi-Fructose

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Hyper realism by Joel Rea

Australian artist Joel Rea creates photorealistic paintings of natural landscapes and fantastical scenes with a surreal touch. What’s especially impressive is how he manages to paint waves in a way that seem to bring them alive. Rea, who calls himself a ‘contemporary surrealist painter’, often puts himself into his own paintings. via iGNANT

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“Dear World… Yours, Cambridge” projection by Miguel Chevalier

Cambridge’s King’s College Chapel unites the old and the new, the spiritual and scientific – literally so with the “Dear World… Yours, Cambridge” projection. This project by Miguel Chevalier set up in “immersive projection” in the chapel that showed images relating to the many fields of the University of Cambridge, from literature to astrophysics.

Miguel Chevalier is a Mexico City-born artist who lives in Paris. He works exclusively with computers. Since 1980’s, he has created “many projects variously incorporating generative and interactive virtual reality installations projected on large scale, shown on Leds screen or LCD screen, sculptures created with a 3D printer or with laser cut, holographic imagery and other forms.”

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http://vimeo.com/143870160

Infinity Room by Refik Anadol

"Los Angeles based Turkish artist Refik Anadol wants us to slow down and make technology into something we consciously see and feel..His most recent installation, titled the “Infinity Room” at Zorlu Performing Art Center in Turkey, is a trippy, black and white installation that uses audio and visual stimulation to alter one’s sense of the room. For this, he installed a cinema screen, onto which 3D kinetic animation based on algorithms was projected. It is part of his ongoing project titled, “Temporary Immersive Environment Experiments,” which takes the idea of immersion. Immersion into virtual reality is a perception of being physically present in a non-physical world." via Hi-Fructose

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http://vimeo.com/141749628

Soft Stone Sculptures by José Manuel Castro López

Spanish sculptor José Manuel Castro López creates surreal sculptures melt down by no reason. The material is stone what left us surprised and mesmerised by the way he played with the form. Check it out below or on sculptor's personal Facebook account

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More Sky Window Concept

Architect and designer Aldana Ferrer Garcia, has created More Sky, a variety of window concepts that allow people living in apartments to experience more sunlight in a unique way.

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"More Sky is a cozy corner for the home that provides visual relief, access to sunlight and fresh air for small apartments. As an attempt to understand the threshold between ID and architecture, this project is conceived as an object and a space at the same time, responding to current needs in densely populated cities."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BsDKGCOB7g

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Ben Thomas Photography

"In the series ‘Chroma’, Australian photographer Ben Thomas (Instagram) captures photos of urban landscapes featuring bright aqua-hue tones and simple forms that resemble illustrations. Shot across a number of cities – including London, Paris, Hong Kong, and Shanghai – the images depict a diverse mix of architecture and skylines. To achieve the colour and texture seen in his photos, Thomas usually photographs on sunny days and uses photo editing tools to create the right balance between intensity and depth." via iGNANT

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Polymer Flower Sculptures by Angela Schwer

"Working from a tiny table in the nook of her living room, California-based artist Angela Schwer crafts explosive dahlias, gardenias, poppies, fungi, and sea creatures all from a custom blend of polymer clays. Meant primarily as decorative objects, the dense handmade pieces are surprisingly detailed, assembled from hundreds of perfectly formed clay pieces and formed into large tiles that can be hung from a wall or set on a table. You can see more in her online shop, Dilly Pad." via Colossal

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