MAGNETIC STORIES BY OLIVER SEMIK
Your daily dose of inspiration by Oliver Semik.
CCO · Founder at magnetic stories – the brand storytelling company. Launch: 2014/02
MAGNETIC STORIES BY OLIVER SEMIK
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diary-of-design:

Elephant Magazine
diary-of-design:

Elephant Magazine
diary-of-design:

Elephant Magazine
diary-of-design:

Elephant Magazine
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artunion:

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Art Union™ - twitter | facebook
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mathilda-la-brumeuse:

Surpoids Ferrari (1995), Erwin Wurm
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iovblog:

First World War memorial for St Paul’s Cathedral by Gerry Judah
Photo by David Barbour.
13 April–30 November 2014, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
IOV Blog: website | twitter | facebook | vk | rss
iovblog:

First World War memorial for St Paul’s Cathedral by Gerry Judah
Photo by David Barbour.
13 April–30 November 2014, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
IOV Blog: website | twitter | facebook | vk | rss
iovblog:

First World War memorial for St Paul’s Cathedral by Gerry Judah
Photo by David Barbour.
13 April–30 November 2014, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
IOV Blog: website | twitter | facebook | vk | rss
iovblog:

First World War memorial for St Paul’s Cathedral by Gerry Judah
Photo by David Barbour.
13 April–30 November 2014, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
IOV Blog: website | twitter | facebook | vk | rss
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gesspresso:

nocturne, 2014
cargocollective.com/clairemorgos
gesspresso:

nocturne, 2014
cargocollective.com/clairemorgos
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romainlaurent:

One Loop Portrait a Week - #32
Darwin Deez hovers majestically 
www.romain-laurent.comfacebook / instagram 
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germanpostwarmodern:

Split-level House (1966) in Wuppertal, Germany, by Atelier 40
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archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
archatlas:

Budapest Deep Down Tamás Bujnovszky
"Constructing the concrete structure of the Fővám square metro station in Budapest by sporaarchitects. The concrete structure of the criss-crossing beams let through the natural light down into the deep creating a metaphysical atmosphere among the sequencing layers. Instead of focusing on the primer architecture, the series shows how the light reaches the deep and how the lines become forms. In the starting image only the dense material is visible but from picture to picture the graphical lines create more and more complex spaces. Also, the black and white tones become stronger through the series displaying the concept in a classical way.”
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patrickschierer:

Shelter by by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects. Switzerland.
patrickschierer:

Shelter by by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects. Switzerland.
patrickschierer:

Shelter by by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects. Switzerland.
patrickschierer:

Shelter by by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects. Switzerland.
patrickschierer:

Shelter by by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects. Switzerland.
patrickschierer:

Shelter by by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects. Switzerland.
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desert-dreamer:

Francois Chartier
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sfmoma:

SUBMISSION:
Vilde Rolfsen, Plastic Bag Landscapes, 2014
Ongoing project, where I use light and colored background to make plastic bags look magical. Creating a landscape within the plastic bag. Plastic bags are a huge contributor to the landfill waste, and are extremely harmful for our oceans and the creatures living there. Do not say yes to a plastic bag when shopping. These plastic bags were found in the street.
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Great photography by Bruno Werzinski, Paris.
http://www.brunowerzinski.com
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Great photography by Bruno Werzinski, Paris.
http://www.brunowerzinski.com