Monthly Archives: September 2012

The surreal paintings of Jeff Simpson

Jeff Simpson received a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, Canada, in 2007. His work borders on the surreal. In his digital paintings, Simpson strives to create sci-fi characters that are both smoothly rendered and full of sharp detail. His work has been awarded 20 Gold Awards by CGHub. He currently works as a concept artist at Ubisoft in Montreal.           Read more [...]

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Brick, by KiBiSi

KiBiSi has designed the Brick series for Versus. The series consists of a puf, a chair, a two and three seater. KiBiSi set out to make a sofa with strong architectural references since KiBiSi partner Bjarke Ingels couldn’t really find the right architect’s sofa for his apartment. The point of departure was a classic brick bond forming the cushion pattern. The cushions are tied together and fixed with a tailor quality button. The button, also designed by KiBiSi, is molded of fiber concrete – Read more [...]

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Vintage New York Photography

A collection of pics from New York at the 1920′s                           Read more [...]

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Robert C. Jackson realistic paintings

Robert C. Jackson (b. 1964 Kinston, NC) is a contemporary realist still life artist. The path that brought him to this full time and fulfilling career as an artist is somewhat varied and unusual. Robert graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Electrical Engineering in 1986 and proceeded to work as a systems engineer designing radio systems for Motorola for the next 5 years. He left engineering, not for painting, but for the ministry working at Cedar Ridge Community Church in Read more [...]

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Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa in Torres del Paine, Chile

Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa sits on a bluff where the South American pampa meets Lake Sarmiento. The building is immersed in the landscape and emerges from the hillside. The award winning architecture complements the flow of the geology in this privileged location and showcases the magnificent views of the Torres del Paine National Park, declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1978. Inside, wood clad walls emanate warmth, safety and protection – a cozy hideaway after a day spent discovering Read more [...]

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