Month: August 2015

No Day Without a Line

   No Day Without a Line Anna Sutor Interview Who influences you graphically? My way of drawing and using a fluid line just comes from a natural tendency to reproduce reality in a distorted and personal way. Certainly I have been unconsciously influenced by Saul […]

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Architecture as Time and Space

Architecture as Time and Space  Alex Roulette Alex Roulette ­‘s paintings explore the blurred sense of time and place within memories. His work oscillates between the realistic and the surreal where each work feels like the opening of a dream when you’re pitched into a […]

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Visualising Hockney through Mies

Visualising Hockney through Mies  Lujac Desautel Project In the following image series, I was interested in using David Hockney and Mies Van Der Rohe as the main subjects. I combined the two using Hockney’s painting through Mies’s techniques of overlapping, framing, and composition as if […]

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An Architecture of Colourful Patterns

An Architecture of Colourful Patterns Roos Van Dijk Roos Van Dijk transforms and interprets large scale architectural photographs into colourful paintings. Focusing on the idea of repetition and pattern in modern architectural structure, she recreates paint fuelled versions containing clean white lines and shadowed squares. […]

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A Space Defining Plate

A Space Defining Plate Fabio Cappello A macro object in zinc plate is positioned between the main Piazza of the Hamlet of Sant’Egidio del Monte Albino and Helvius’ fountain in order to both highlight it, whilst protecting it from a confused environment of urban elements […]

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Painting Environments

Painting Environments  Chris Turnham Turnham is an illustrator who has worked for video games and animation studios, most notably at LAIKA Entertainment as an illustrator on the film “Coraline.” Chris has also done freelance illustration work for clients such as Monocle and Scholastic. Can you tell us a little […]

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Carving Perspectives

   Carving Perspectives  Ray Morimura Japanese artist Ray Morimura was born in Tokyo and started his career as a painter. Later on, he decided to change his medium to woodblock printing, a printing technique that is widely used all over East Asia. When he was […]

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Wood Sprawl

     Wood Sprawl – A project for Milan’s periphery. Matheus Cartocci & Piercarlo Quecchia  An industrial, half abandoned area in Milan’s darkest periphery is asking for an urban redevelopment: 50’000 square meters of social housing and facilities to fill what is currently seen as an […]

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MakerSpace

      MakerSpace Laurent de Carnière Laurent de Carnière is a french architect, who graduated with honors in 2005 from ISACF La Cambre school of architecture in Brussels, Belgium.He gained experience working on housing with Lhoas & Lhoas (Brussels), cultural programs with chinese architect […]

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Capturing Landscapes

Capturing Landscapes Martina Mitrovic, Lazar Belic and Alessandra Giron In a landscape in which natural and artificial have rigid borders, elements and characteristics of each one of them are proving the opposite one, like law is being proved by violation. In this landscape, it is […]

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Pretending in Colours

  Pretending in Colours Carlalberto Amadori  Project A “milanese” postmodern whim against the indecision of the form, and the indifference of views. Z tower is a project of resistance to the vertical residence in Milan, where the height has become a gold rush and no longer an […]

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