Kristina Dyreby

Kristina Dyreby

Kristina Dyreby
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Naja Munthe

Naja Munthe

“Style is the answer to everything. A fresh way to approach a dull or dangerous thing To do a dull thing with style is preferable to doing a dangerous thing without it To do a dangerous thing with style is what I call art" Charles Bukowski

“Style is the answer to everything. A fresh way to approach a dull or dangerous thing To do a dull thing with style is preferable to doing a dangerous thing without it To do a dangerous thing with style is what I call art" Charles Bukowski

Dark foyer with dark wood floors, jet black walls, and large art

Dark foyer with dark wood floors, jet black walls, and large art

get the look: a killer pad in copenhagen. | sfgirlbybay | Bloglovin’

get the look: a killer pad in copenhagen. | sfgirlbybay | Bloglovin’

Love the idea of taking the wall behind the DJ booth and having local artist graffiti on a material that can be backlit behind the DJ.

Love the idea of taking the wall behind the DJ booth and having local artist graffiti on a material that can be backlit behind the DJ.

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Architecture From a Dream | Douglas Ramos

Architecture From a Dream | Douglas Ramos

The Marriage of Reason and Squalor (Untitled 20), 2001—2014, ink on paper, 50 x 50cm

The Marriage of Reason and Squalor (Untitled 20), 2001—2014, ink on paper, 50 x 50cm

Paul Rudolph #axonometric and sectional perspective.  Tiled texturing lends itself to wonderful crosshatched shading.

Paul Rudolph #axonometric and sectional perspective. Tiled texturing lends itself to wonderful crosshatched shading.

Spanish artist Antonio Mora‘s double exposure portraits merge human faces with ethereal landscapes and distinct architectural forms. His visually intriguing combinations demonstrate the many curves, angles, and lines that can be found both within the human body and the world around us. The artist’s portfolio evokes a captivating feeling of mysteriousness, as he simultaneously unites man …

Spanish artist Antonio Mora‘s double exposure portraits merge human faces with ethereal landscapes and distinct architectural forms. His visually intriguing combinations demonstrate the many curves, angles, and lines that can be found both within the human body and the world around us. The artist’s portfolio evokes a captivating feeling of mysteriousness, as he simultaneously unites man …