We sparkle

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Mobile Mirrors: Manequins Covered in Mirror Shards by Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen

As part of her Mobile Mirrors exhibition at Christian Larsen gallery in Stockholm, artist Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen created a series of four reflective mannequins clad in shards of mirrors. Light was projected onto each sculpture creating a twinkling halo effect not unlike a disco ball, as a person wearing a similarly reflective body suit moved through the space. The exhibition was intended as commentary on consumerism; just as we project ourselves onto mannequins, Rasmussen’s is attempting to use the same object to reflect back on ourselves. Via thisiscolossal

/// This post is part of our first Theme Week where since last Friday, you the public had the chance to choose between 5 theme/inspirations for each post this week. You chose ‘Reflection.’ :)

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We need to calm down

pool water photography illustion optical swimming pool edge nils holgersson Forced perspective photography is a perfect example of how the camera can play tricks with your eyes. A simple adjustment with the positioning of your camera or subject can twist the perspective of a shot and alter a bit of reality.

Forced perspective photograph by Nils Holgersson

 

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Mondays!

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skull art sculpture installation exhibition artist arts modern pop art colorful paper art awesome  photo photography kunst strange cool art skull head bones anarchy, artist, graffiti, spray can, street art Cast in two worlds, both a skillful, anonymous graffiti artist and a famous fine artist, Typoe manages to perform a perfect balancing act between rebel and refined. Hailing from Miami, his latest work, Confetti Death, features a levatating skull forcefully puking out shards of spray can tops onto a wall. The contrast of dayglo color against the white wall and skull is striking. Typoe’s other work emphasizes both religion and violence, often combining objects of peace with those of war.

‘Confetti Death’ by Typoe

Staiway to heaven

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beautiful perspective photograph of a staircase leading into the sky

photograph by Caras Ionut

 

Morning Commute

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unknown photographer

We live sustainable

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Broccoli House by Brock Davis

We seek adventure

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Photographer Chris McLennan captures Johnny Tate’s 330 foot abseil into the Waitomo Cave in New Zealand’s Northern Island.