Lunes, Marzo 24, 2014


Flores Prats - Mills Museum, Palma de Mallorca 1997. Via, photos (C) Duccio Malagamba.

Viernes, Marzo 21, 2014
Lunes, Marzo 17, 2014


Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy (b.1986, France) - Façades

French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy presents the ongoing “Façades” series, which deconstructs images of urban landscapes down to the mere surfaces of the buildings that populate them. The digital architectural interventions illustrate cities, small towns, parking lots and pedestrian pathways, whose homes and apartment buildings bear the eerie absence of construction’s mass; only the superficial brick and concrete exterior skin remains. Wandering through foreign city streets, Gaudrillot-Roy observes and imagines what lies behind the walls he passes — a glow through a lit window, noise from a television, laughter and tears. He explains, “this series offers a vision of an unknown world that would only be a picture, without intimate space, with looks as the only refuge.” (src. Designboom)

[more Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy | artist found at darksilenceinsuburbia]

Miércoles, Enero 8, 2014


Elaborate New Portraits Drawn on Vintage Maps by Ed Fairburn | via

Using a wide variety of canvases including railroad blueprints, star charts, geological and street maps, Welsh artist a href=””>Ed Fairburn uses addative and subtractive techniques to create portraits that seem pefectly integrated with the topography of streets, mountains and rivers.

It’s been almost a year since we last checked in with Fairburn whose process and approach to creating these stunning portraits continues to evolve. One of his most striking methods is to carefully follow map contours with a pen creating rows of lines that vary by width to create individual forms and shadows. The final portraits are so entwined with the map, it becomes hard to imagine one existing without the other.

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Jueves, Diciembre 12, 2013


Furniture that looks like Sketches by Daigo Fukawa | via

The collection, appropriately titled “rough sketch products” was created by art student Daigo Fukawa for his 2013 senior thesis exhibition at Tokyo University of the Arts.

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Miércoles, Noviembre 13, 2013


Fukita Pavilion  / Ryue Nishizawa 

   A small pavilion for relaxation and meditation surrounded by trees that allows residents  to pause from their day and connect within. Two planes gently rolling and joined at the corners around a tree through a perforation establishing a close relationship with nature.

   Un pequeño pabellón destinado al relax y la meditación rodeado de arboles que permite a los vecinos un momento una pausa del día a día y conectarse interiormente. Dos planos suavemente ondulados y unidos por las esquinas rodean un árbol a través de una perforación estableciendo una estrecha relación con la naturaleza.

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Lunes, Noviembre 11, 2013

La primera licencia libre de la historia


"Cualquier hombre que lo oiga, si bien trovar supiese puede aquí añadir más, y enmendar si quisiese, ande de mano en mano a cualquiera que lo pidiese, como pelota lanzada a las chicas tómelo quien pudiese. Pues es de buen amor, prestadlo de buen grado, haced honor a su nombre y no dudéis en pasarlo a otros, no lo deis por dinero, vendido ni alquilado, porque no tiene gusto ni gracia, ni hay buen amor comprado."

— del Libro del Buen Amor, Arcipreste de HIta, 1330.

Sábado, Noviembre 9, 2013



Walking Men Worldwide

The walking man in Blois is the worst. Odense’s is inspired, but If you make this kind of thing and you leave out the former-GDR’s Ampelmännchen, you’re doing it wrong.

(I’m reading “Traffic” by Tom Vanderbilt right now. It’s pretty cool.)

(Fuente: descepter)

Lunes, Octubre 21, 2013


Ark Nova / Anish Kapoor + Arata Isozaki

   Two years afterof the catastrophic tsunami in Japan, Anish Kapoor in collaboration with Arata Isozaki have made an inflatable mobile concert hall. A project that has been built with the hope that it becomes a symbol of the great disaster recovery. Made by a plastic and elastic membrane, it has been designed to enable rapid assembly and dismantling, after been completely deflated this dome is loaded into the back of a truck to be mounted anywhere.

   Dos años después del catastrófico Tsunami en Japón, Anish Kapoor en colaboración con  Arata Isozaki han realizado una sala de conciertos móvil hinchable. Un proyecto que se construido con la esperanza de que se convierta en un símbolo de la recuperación después del gran desastre. Realizado por una membrana de plástico elástico, diseñado para permitir la montaje y desmontaje rápido, está cúpula completamente desinflada se carga en la parte trasera de un camión para ser montado en otro lugar.

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Jueves, Octubre 17, 2013


Transparent City by Michael Wolf

the focus of the german photographer michael wolf’s work is life in mega cities. many of his projects document the architecture and the vernacular culture of metropolises. wolf grew up in canada, europe and the united states, studying at uc berkeley and at the folkwang school with otto steinert in essen, germany. he moved to hong kong in 1994 where he worked for 8 years as contract photographer for stern magazine. since 2001, wolf has been focusing on his own projects, many of which have been published as books.

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Harbour Aerial Views | Bernhard Lang

SoP - Scale of Environments

Jueves, Septiembre 26, 2013


New York City Map.

Glow screen printing Ink and embroidery on Canvas. In process.

42” X 50 ”

Ruben Marroquin

Martes, Septiembre 3, 2013



Photography by Stefan Fürtbauer - "…is an ongoing project about Viennese Diners and the little different Viennese fast-food culture. Most of the time these diners are isolated islands of food supply in an ancient surrounding with a dash of cultural heritage. Isolated both in the sense of appearance as well as in the sense of resisting against global operating fast-food chains. But the ‘improper’ and modern their architecture may appear, the much heritage there is behind the scenes. Viennese wurstel diners have been introduced during the Austro-Hungarian "K.u.K." Monarchy around 1870 to provide a safe income for wounded war veterans. Since then they became an essential part of the urban culture not by only supplying snacks but also being a meeting spot of the distinctive Viennese working class and the high society, too."

Jueves, Julio 18, 2013

Entrevista a Gustavo Taretto [Medianeras], por 35 milímetros