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Pichi Avo, Urban Graffiti

Pichi Avo Graffiti

All has began in 2007, bringing a spectacularly lucid splash of Mediterranean colour to the streets of Valencia and wider Spain, Pichi and Avo have infused a stunning level of figurative detail into their work. Hints of surrealism leap out and slap the viewer about while drawing you into a radiant explosion of unrestrained, spray painted talent.
Creating a massive stir in their hometown and just about to set the rest of Europe ablaze, leads them to participate in numerous national and international events.
Pichi & Avo are one, fleeing the egocentrism of graffiti and come together to give birth a single work, two similar visions of the world are a result of their work.
 
Pichi Avo Graffiti
Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

Pichi Avo Graffiti

Pichi Avo

 

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Juan Manuel Sánchez, Suggestive Photos

photography by juan manuel sanchez vicente
Juan Manuel Sanchez Vicente

Today we have Juanma , a young photographer, but on the world of photography and design he is known under the name of "Juanma Jmse" or "Jotaemese Photography". He's 20 years old and he's studying Graphic Design.
 
His approach to photography began when he discovered the work of some great photographers which he admired. Once exploring and studying the works of other photographers, he felt the need to approach photography. That opportunity came when he was given his first camera with 13 or 14 years, from that moment on he began his own history on the world of photography.  He started in a more amateur way, later on with experience and time he progressed in a more professional way doing landscape photography, taking pitures of concerts, exhibitions, portraits and many other more projects. 
 
His idea of photography is to capture those unique moments behind every photograph.  Each photograph has a unique and personal story and feelings, which Jmse reveals to you through his photographs.
 
One of his photographic muses is the city of Madrid.  In the city there are hundreds of places which are filled with memories, Jmse captures the instants with the camera in order to show that special place to the rest.
 
In 2013 he made his first exhibition, which theme was Madrid.   He tried to bring people to places in which they usually pass by and never stop.  People who don't stop and take an instant to see what that special place has to offer.
 
The world of photography for Juanma is a way to channel feelings.
 
photography by juan manuel sanchez vicente
Juan Manuel Sanchez Vicente

photography by juan manuel sanchez vicente
Juan Manuel Sanchez Vicente

photography by juan manuel sanchez vicente
Juan Manuel Sanchez Vicente

photography by juan manuel sanchez vicente
Juan Manuel Sanchez Vicente

photography by juan manuel sanchez vicente
Juan Manuel Sanchez Vicente

photography by juan manuel sanchez vicente
Juan Manuel Sanchez Vicente

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Brasilian Photography by Romy Pocztaruk

Romy Pocztaruk RedSandI photography

ROMY POCZTARUK in SIM Galeria

Red sand (I), C-Print on paper, 2013 (edition of 05), 100 x 85 cm
 
Today we show a great brasilian artist that we discovered in the Arco´s Faire in Madrid one month ago through the Sim Galeria.
 
ROMY POCZTARUK (Porto Alegre, Brazil – 1983) Lives and Works in Porto Alegre. Graduated in Visual Arts and master in Visual Poetics, obtained from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Works with photography, video and performance.
 
In 2012 she joined the artistic residency program of Sunhoo Industrial Design Innovation Park, China; in 2011 she received the Scholarship Iberê Camargo residency in the Bronx Museum, New York.
 
Among her exhibitions, the following can be highlighted: 9th Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre, 2013; 64th Paranaense Hall, Museum of Contemporary Art of Paraná, Curitiba, 2012; Groupius Alice and Skalitzer Showroom, Berlin, Musée de l'Elysée , Paris, and Amsterdam Biennale. Her works are part of the collection of the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo and Itaú Cultural, Brazil.
 

Romy Pocz The last Adventure

ROMY POCZTARUK in SIM Galeria

The last adventure (series of 6), C-Print on paper, 2011, 50x70cm each
 
Romy Pocztaruk Beelitz photography
ROMY POCZTARUK in SIM Galeria

Beelitz ,C-Print on paper, ed. 1/5, 2013 , Polyptych, dimensions variable.
 
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New ways of living by a young portuguese

Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches PintoHousing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


New ways of living by a young portuguese architects from the Universidade do Porto, João Aires e André Sanches Pinto.
 
The CHALLENGE: reflection on the dynamics and requirements of the home space, creating a space free of preconceived ideas.
 
The ANSWER: The solution is a space that works as a whole nested and that is connected to as a free and flexible form, without physical barriers that difficult the space sight and the social relationships.
 
A center surrounded for metamorphic spaces that are covered overself and that is illuminated for a light that cross through the roof.
Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

 

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


Housing ideas new habitat by João Aires e André Sanches Pinto

João Aires and André Sanches Pinto


 

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Furniture designs with natural forms by Mete Erdem

Sofa designs by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


Today we show the designs of furniture by the young designer from Turkey Mete Erdem, he has created a incredible chairs, sofas and hangers that take forms from the nature. He mix different materials like plywood or metal. 

 

 

Sofa designs by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


 

 

Sofa designs by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


The Wings Bergere, with its design, surrounds the user with a wooden surface, and its dynamic form gives a feeling similar to flying.Sofa designs by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


Tetris hanger by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


Hanger designs by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


chair designs by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


Joy chair is an enjoyable design that bring a new perspective to chair typology thanks to its physical and visual balance. It has five demountable parts.chair designs by Mete Erdem

Mete Erdem


 

 
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Concrete precast factory in Poznan.

Concret precast factory project in Poznan by Jakub Pakos

Jakub Pakos


Today we show a fantastic project about a Concrete factory by a young polish student of architecture from the Poznan University of Technology.

 

Concrete precast factory is located in Poznan's suburbs. Building has been divided in three segments. Entrance with social facilities, factory hall and offices. The building is characterized by a high stringency of the material, as the material of construction and finishing used  concrete - the main product of the factory. “Flying” office segment is supported by concrete pillars, all rooms have wonderful view to center of the city and natural landscape around. 

 

Concret precast factory project in Poznan by Jakub Pakos

 

Jakub Pakos


Concret precast factory project in Poznan by Jakub Pakos

Jakub Pakos


Concret precast factory project in Poznan by Jakub Pakos

Jakub Pakos


 

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Fantastic Wood Sculpture, Tom Eckert

works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

Today we show you a few works by he great sulptor Tom Eckert from USA. He uses a wide variety of woodworking techniques in his sculptural pieces, including laminating, bending, carving, turning and painting. Their sculptures are formed entirely of wood and then painted.
 
He uses traditional processes to carve, construct, laminate and paint my pieces.  The woods he prefers working with are basswood, linden and limewood (all very similar) chosen because they carve and paint well and are very stable. Coming from a painting and drawing background, he is still interested in applying some of those techniques to his sculptures.   His choice of paint is mostly waterborne lacquer applied using both spray guns and brushes.
 
Forms carved to suggest cloth recur in many of his pieces.  By tradition, cloth has been widely used to conceal and shroud objects in practices ranging from advertising to church rituals.  Covered forms are often more evocative - with a sense of mystery absent from the uncovered object by itself.  He remembers in church one Lent, as a child, being mystified while gazing at the statues shrouded with purple cloth.
 
works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

works from the sculptor Tom Eckert
Tom Eckert 

 
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Modern art work "My Forked Tongue" by Anila Quayyum Agha

Modern art work My Forked Tongue by Anila Quayyum Agha
Anila Quayyum Agha

The installation "My Forked Tongue", deals with cultural multiplicity, crossing barriers, and traversing our contemporary terrain. This work is comprised of English, Hindi and Urdu alphabets strung on gold, black and red metallic threads interspersed and held in place by red, black and gold beads. The letters are hand cut paper, uniform in size and waxed for luminosity. The letters from each language intermingle and are hung in layers, arranged equidistantly from each other creating an ordered pattern in a space. The strings of English, Hindi and Urdu alphabets create shadows on the walls, mingling together and creating new forms. When hung at different distances from the walls the created shadows change in size scale, creating a dialogue about memory and history. The collage of the three languages is hung waist up this immersing the audience on a conscious level, ensuring participation in alien cultures/ languages/ spaces.
 
The craft and labor intensive nature of this piece, both in the making and the installing of the work brings additional points to ponder such as craft versus high art, gender roles and the physicality of the human presence. There is a sense of sublimity associated with the seductive softness in the piece. So too,
the space the installation occupies becomes part of the dialogue. The ability to cross barriers is restricted albeit softly, as the alphabet strings obstruct the pathway to go to the corner of the space, in turn suggesting the difficulty and restrictions faced in crossing boundaries between cultures and regions  globally.
 
Modern art work My Forked Tongue by Anila Quayyum Agha
 Anila Quayyum Agha

Modern art work My Forked Tongue by Anila Quayyum Agha

Anila Quayyum Agha


 
 
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Today's tribute to Archigram

Credit by Archidesart.com

Credit by Archidesart.com


Archigram was an avant-garde architectural group founded in the 1960s, mainly in the Architectural Association in London. As part of the anti-design was futuristic, anti-heroic and pro-consumerist, it inspired by thetechnology in order to create a new reality that was solely expressed through hypothetical projects.

 

Credit by Archidesart.com

Credit by Archidesart.com


Credit by Archidesart.com

Credit by Archidesart.com


Credit by Archidesart.com

Credit by Archidesart.com


 

 
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Fashion sketches from a young designer G&G.

Credit by G&G

Credit by G&G


Incredible sketches of a Wedding and night designs by G&G. Working on preliminary sketches is just as important as making the garment itself. These designs give direction to where the designer wants to go and estimates the practicality of the clothing's construction, generating a preliminary idea about.

 

These kind of sketchs show the the deepest expression of what the designer feels about fashion.

 

Credit by G&G

Credit by G&G


Credit by G&G

Credit by G&G


Credit by G&G

Credit by G&G


Credit by G&G

Credit by G&G


 

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About Archidesart

Archidesart is a group formed by young architects and artists who have observed the great difficulties that the majority of the new and young artists, architects and designers have when getting to publish their own works and projects in global publications.

 

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