03.10.09 Aesthetics of destruction

Playing with volumes and architectural elements broken or torn, the German artist Sebastian Wickeroth draws very personal contours of an aesthetic of destruction.

03.10.09 cardboard wave

Discover the counter in the art gallery and Edward Cella architecture in Los Angeles, a counter made of carved and stacked corrugated plates.

30.09.09 Folded Photographs

The London artist Abigail Reynolds introduces her series "Folded Photographs", photographs of the same space taken at different times, superimposed, cut and folded.

29.09.09 Décor

Noticed at the British Design Awards 2009, the artist Charlotte Mann londonnienne sign this original mural creation. Marker.

28.09.09 Souvenirs

British photographer, Michael Hughes offers his series "Souvenirs". Putting photos or objects in the foreground in a panoramic environment, he recomposes the real and the history of places.

25.09.09 Sydney dust storm

Discover amazing shots of the red dust storm that blew across Sydney and is Australia's September 23 2009. A city embedded in an orange-pink fog. Impressive and apocalyptic.

21.09.09 Ingrid Siliakus Papercraft

This Dutch artist performs architectural models Paper, famous buildings replicas or highly detailed imaginary constructions. Check out these amazing creations.

20.09.09 Tilt Romain Laurent

With this series, photographer Romain Laurent defying gravity. Took to the streets of New York, these amazing pictures we offer an offbeat look at the city, its ambience and architecture.

13.09.09 An upside down house

The roof planted in the ground and the foundations turned towards the sky ... This house created by Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastian Mikiciuk surprises on the outside as well as on the inside.

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