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Rick Owens fashion show. Fashion is a key element of our pop up department store, which has its own fashion department showcasing a range of innovative fashion and tailoring brands. The design of MULTIPLEX is inspired by silhouettes and dramatic lighting.

Art Tumblr Shadows!

Origami Shadow Faces by shadow artist Kumi Yamashita (origami paper and a single light source)

Zhao Shao'ang (1905-1998) KINGFISHER ON LOTUS signed SHAO'ANG, dated the thirtieth year of the Republic of China,1941, with a dedication, and one seal of the artist ink and colour on paper, hanging scroll 121 BY 39.5 CM. 47 1/2 BY 15 1/2 IN.  趙少昂 (1905-1998) 綠波翠羽 設色紙本 立軸 一九四一年作 款識: 翰伯吾兄清賞。卅年六月少昂客港。  鈐印:「少昂」。

Zhao Shao'ang KINGFISHER ON LOTUS signed SHAO'ANG, dated the thirtieth year of the Republic of with a dedication, and one seal of the artist ink and colour on paper, hanging scroll

Levi Van Veluw

rhubarbes: Material Transfers by Levi van Veluw. (via Material Transfers by Levi van Veluw

Anish Kapoor ~ C-Curve

Anish Kapoor C-Curve Carl Abrams The Anish Kapoor C-Curve sculpture is on top of the South Downs overlooking Brighton, as one of the exhibits within the Brighton Festival. ☮k☮ environmental art, land art, outdoor sculpture

Waoo

We are enjoying the metal and root sculptures of South Korean artist Sun-Hyuk Kim this morning. Kim received a master's degree in Sculpture from t.

Oddly Beautiful Wire Sculpture Designs

Perceive Life Differently: Oddly Lifelike Wire Sculptures

As you all probably know after reading my many articles here on Bit Rebels, I am a huge fan of odd, beautiful art.

Levi van Veluw · Natural Transfer III | Self Portrait · 2009

Levi van Veluw · Natural Transfer III | Self Portrait · 2009

KAWAI Gyokudo (1873-1957), Japan 川合玉堂 ) was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter in the nihonga school, active from Meiji through Shōwa period Japan. His real name was Kawai Yoshisaburō. Gyokudō is noted for his polychrome and occasionally monochrome works depicting the mountains and rivers of Japan in the four seasons, with humans and animals shown as part of the natural landscape.

Kawai Gyokudo Japan, was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter in the nihonga school, active from Meiji through Shōwa period Japan. His real name was Kawai Yoshisaburō.

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