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Fiona Banner blew everyone away with this massive new installation at London’s Tate Britain. Harrier and Jaguar bring the highly-charged physicality of two real fighter jets, both previously in active military service, into the unexpected setting of the neoclassical Duveen Galleries.
Banner has long been fascinated by the emblem of the fighter plane.…
Miranda Kerr looks absolutely flawless in this latest campaign by Victoria's Secret. Recently engaged to actor Orlando Bloom, the bride-to-be introduces a new line for the mid-2010 campaign -- Victoria's Secret Bridal Lingerie.
B+U Architects designed this cool-looking proposal for a mixed-use office building in Los Angeles. The futuristic three-story building, which looks like it's straight out of a sci-fi movie, features a café and retail space at the ground floor, along with two levels of open office spaces above.
The unusually designed building has been enveloped in a…
Erik Johansson is one of the most talented photo manipulators / surreal digital artists of our time. His work is truly mesmerizing, forcing us to take a few seconds to figure out what's really going on. Collected here are the latest masterpieces released by the 25 year-old from…
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Melissa Satta is looking somewhat inappropriate on the cover of Maxim Italy’s June 2010 issue. The 24-year-old American-born Italian model and actress was a showgirl in the Italian satirical series Striscia la notizia, and is the girlfriend of retired Italian Soccer player Christian Vieri. She was also featured in the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
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Kaká - Brazil
Of all the 2010 World Cup art out there, this series by Met Member Charis Tsevis is the creme of the crop.
"This is an experimental personal project inspired by the great African pattern heritage and the contemporary football culture, he says. "I am trying to…
29-year-old Mark Tipple decided to shoot surfers underwater when he became frustrated with “normal” surf photography, and wanted to capture the action from a different perspective. "I guess it's transformed from a simple idea of seeing how the waves look underwater to how people adapt and what they go through when diving under waves," he says.
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Supermodel Isabeli Fontana rolls around a sandy beach in this sexy shoot by Terry Tsiolis for Muse #22. The Brazilian turns 27 next month; Fontana's birthday actually falls on America's independence Day, July 4th.…
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Although this may not be the most practical concept, it certainly doesn't lack in creativity. Designed by Susanna Hertrich of Germany, the Chrono Shredder is a calendar that shreds paper displaying each passing day.
This concept is most useful on bad days, when everything seems to be going wrong. The shredded paper symbolizes the end of that wretched day, and…
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Here's a cool kitchen appliance perfect for all who love to cook in the kitchen. Brizo's exclusive, first-to-market SmartTouch Technology allows you to activate water flow with a simple touch to the faucet. The touch-sensitive spout and handle can keep water at a constant temperature and pressure from use to use.
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We don't see much street art coming out of Eastern Europe, but these surreal street murals by Kiev-based Interesni Kazki rank up there with some of the best in the world.
"There is no street art scene in our country, says Waone and Aec, who make up the two man group. "[The] Ukrainian street art scene is represented by less than 5 people."
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Brooklyn artist Dennis McNett is the guy behind this sick new window installation at Barneys New York. Over-sized wolf, owl, and skull masks adorn mannequins inside the display. His imagery from nature, folklore, mythology, and storytelling mixed with graphic woodcut blocks, prints, masks, and paper mache sculptures sets a very unique stage for the retail store in…