The Voice of Winds / Kazunori Matsumura

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Sound  “device” – installation formed by a number of ceramic pipes at Post Design Gallery in Milan, created by artist and designer Kazunori Matsumura.

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Hidden Typography / MountStar

Hidden Typography, series of animated GIFs by Japanese 3D illustrator MountStar.

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urban fabric / David Maisel

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Bird’s eye view photographs of Los Angeles, from the Oblivion series, Black Maps projects by American photographer David Maisel.

Previous post on artist: History’s ShadowThe Mining Project

Couverture des ruines / Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes

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Protective coverage of the historical ruins at Swiss St. Maurice Abbey, by Swiss practice Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes.  The floating roof  is composed of a metal form with translucent corrugated paneling and a metal mesh screen and it is able to support 170 tons from -the regular tumbling- rocks from the cliff.

Photographs by Thomas Jantscher

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Torment of Saint Anthony / Michelangelo

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The Torment of Saint Anthony,  Michelangelo‘s earliest known painting (c. 1487-­88) created when he was only 12 or 13 years old…

Kimbell Art Museum, Texas

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washbowls  designed by Minami

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Keishou 蛍照 + Suirin 水輪, the gorgeous and world’s first translucent (LED) ceramic washbowls, by Japanese product designers Michio Akita (Keishou)  and Masahiro Minami (Suirin). Produced by Souhougama, who originally developed and patented the translucent ceramic technology.

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Motion & blur / Moneyless

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Italian street artist Moneyless in Rome.

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previously: Moneyless rope sculptures here + there and graphite wireframes here