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Flying Point House in New York

A beach house designed by <b>Steven Harris Architects</b> and <b>Rees Roberts + Partners</b> in Flying Point, NY.<p>Follow the Source Link for images sources and more information.

Photographer Shoots Formula One With 104-Year-Old Camera and The Results Are Surprisingly Epic

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The Art of Hasui Kawase

<b>Hasui Kawase</b> (川瀬 巴水 <i>Kawase Hasui</i>, May 18, 1883 – November 7, 1957) was a Japanese artist. He was one of the most prominent print designers of the <i>shin-hanga</i> (“new prints”) movement. Kawase worked almost exclusively on landscape and townscape prints based on sketches he made in Tokyo and during travels around Japan. However, his prints are not merely <i>meishō</i> (famous places) prints that are typical of earlier <i>ukiyo-e</i> masters such as Hiroshige and Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849). Kawase’s prints feature …

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Tokyo Storefronts by Mateusz Urbanowicz

In the words of the artist <b>Mateusz Urbanowicz</b>:<p><i>When I moved to Tokyo, more than 3 years ago I was really surprised that upon my walks I encountered so many shops still in business in really old buildings. Differently to Kobe, where the earthquake wiped out a lot of these old downtown houses and shops, in Tokyo they still survive.</i><p><i>I chose the best reference pictures from the ones I took during my explorations and decided to make an illustration series of old Tokyo storefronts.</i><p>Follow the Source Link …

Singapore by Yik Keat

In the words of the artist Yik Keat:<p><i>My name is Yik Keat and I’m a photographer based in Singapore. Raised in this modern and futuristic city, I am proud to call here home and it sure is amazing to be surrounded by the vast amount of culture and so many beautiful architectures in such a small place.</i><p><i>These series of images are a collective of what I shot over the past two or three years, enjoy!</i><p>Follow the Source Link for image sources and more information.

Heavy Snowfall in Kyoto

With so many unique and historic monuments, Kyoto has one of the world’s largest collections of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, making it one of the most fascinating and beautiful places to visit in all of Japan. While the ancient city has an alluring, atmospheric beauty at any time of the year, there’s one particular time when the temples and shrines here become even more exquisite, and that’s when the area is covered in a white sheet of soft powder snow.<p>This weekend, Kyoto received its coldest …

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10 Illustrations All ‘Stranger Things’ Fans Will Love

From Above

<b>Sébastien Staub</b> created these images for Franz & René Agency’s annual report of the OCN developed bringing a new emotional and human dimension to the document addressed hitherto very technical way. The visual concept of 2013 has symbolic forms in connection with the activity of the OCN (car, motorcycle, boat, truck) created by people getting together.<p>Images and text via

They Can Talk

Ever wondered what animals would say if they could talk? Then wonder no more because these awesome comics by <b>Jimmy Craig</b> will tell you everything you’ve ever wanted to know. The illustrations are part of a series called They Can Talk, and as you can see from this list, the rest is fairly self-explanatory. Craig invites us into the minds of several members of the animal kingdom in order to give us a new and often funny perspective on how they view the world. So the next time you find a hairball …

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Millennials Are Discovering Art by Ditching Museums for Instagram and Pinterest

<i>According to a survey released this week by online auction site Invaluable, nearly 23 percent of Americans find artwork that appeals to them on social media channels such as Instagram or Pinterest. By contrast, 20 percent discover artwork by going to museums and nearly 16 percent by visiting brick-and-mortar galleries.</i>

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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.

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Stephen Hawking street art.