Karoline Ellingsen

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Gorgeous Baroque Dressing Table Created by Wood Burning

In his <i>Born 2B Burn</i> furniture collection, Ukranian designer Yarsolav Galant uses the technique of wood burning to produce a striking charred surface. The furniture is exposed to short-term extreme heat (nearly 2000F!) which carbonizes the surface without damaging the core.<p>After it has cooled down, …

Furniture

The Brooding Black and White Photography of Guy Cohen | Colossal

<p>Photography student Guy Cohen lives and studies in Jerusalem, and travels to locations around Israel and elsewhere in the world to capture some of …

Typography Mania #217

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around once a week with the best of Typography design works on the web, from type videos to …

Daily Inspiration #1647

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want …

Portfolio Update: Cody Hudson - The Fox Is Black

Chicago based designer and artist Cody Hudson updated his portfolio yesterday, showcasing how damn talented he is in about every field possible. …

duct taped heart - piece for men's health, jan issue #menshealthmag #ducttapedheart

portraits, you might think she has her back turned to the camera. But upon closer inspection, the truth is revealed. "I’m really fond of photos that at first sight look nice and flawless, but when you look closer for a while you start to notice details that give an illusion that not all is as peaceful and perfect as you first thought." Malin uses her long red hair as a prop to create imaginative self-portraits which make the viewer work hard to determine the mood of the photo. "Quite early on when I started shooting portraits, I was interested in disguising the faces of the people I photographed, both with masques and simply by asking the person to face away from the camera. The facial expression tells you a lot, but if you hide it, it’s harder for the viewer to interpret the mood in the photo which makes it more interesting and lets the viewer interpret it in their own way." To see more photos and videos of Malin's self

Paintings by Chloe Early

Dreamlike Paintings.<p>In 2012, I already reported about the artworks of Chloe Early and her solo show ‘Rainbow Ruins’ at the Corey Helford Gallery in …

Painting

Mesmerising Video Reveals How Lighting Dramatically Alters Your Face

The deft use of light and some well placed shadows are enough to fool most people that there's several different models in this video.<p>The truth is, …