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More about the Studio Life – poster illustration by Ashwin Patel on WE AND THE COLOR
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罪人 + 情人
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While they all may look the same rolling towards the shore, photographer and Buddhist monk Syoin Kajii manages to capture the subtle differences between ocean waves. 

See the rest of his dramatic photographs from the series Nami below.

Buddhist Monk Captures Rolling Ocean Waves

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More of the Monochrome flesh – Oil on Canvas Paintings by Yasuyo Fujibe on WE AND THE COLOR
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Heritage General Store, Chicago
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Heritage General Store, Chicago

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Interior NI (2013) by INT2 Architecture

Location: Moscow, Russia

The main objective was to create a beautiful and functional interior subject to the minimum area of the apartment and the high cost of the project. 

Visually a single space, functionally divided into a living room, a sleeping area, and a kitchen. All interior solution are in bright colors with bright accents on individual parts.

One of the main problems is the small apartment’s lack of places to store things, so in this interior the partitions are “thickened” and converted into cupboards— a built-in wardrobe in the hallway and a small wardrobe by the sleeping area. Also, on the one hand the bed in the bedroom is raised on a podium to visually separate from the living room area and the kitchen, and on the other hand, to get extra storage space for bulky items (such as blankets, pillows, bed linens, etc.). On the balcony seats are made from repainted army boxes, which can also be used for storage.
Apr 7, 2014 / 714 notes

these posters are superb


Game of Thrones: A Beautiful Death Season 2 - by Robert M. Ball

The new season of Game of Thrones is almost here, and in celebration Robert Ball has created a superb illustration series depicting the deaths from each episode so far in the show. Here’s season 2 to help you get even more excited about the premiere. You can check out the deaths of Season 1 right here.

Check out Robert’s Print Shop if you’d like to buy prints of his work. You can also follow him on Tumblr and Twitter, and of course, you can follow Game of Thrones on Tumblr.