In 2010 Filippo Minelli started taking photos of smoke-bombs in romantic landscapes to juxtapose the beauty of nature with the violence of a medium devoted to create chaos with a stunning result. These powerful images, taken in various areas around Europe, had been featured in Art exhibitions, publications and got a lot of visibility thanks to many Art and Design-related websites.
The salt crust is colored red by dense colonies of halophilic archaebacteria.
Administration Building of Hoechst AG by Peter Behrens
The main hall can be compared to the nave of a basilica that is connected to the entrance via a transept.
ICB BY PRABAL GURUNG PRE-FALL 2013
This is how we like our fashion! Japanese label ICB, formerly designed by Michael Kors and then Victor & Rolf, stopped distribution in the West in 2002, but is now back in the states with Prabal Gurung taking creative control.
The collection offers up a strong group of pieces that can work from day to night in a moment’s notice. Gurung took brights, neons, and fun floral prints and applied them to professional (and more affordable) gear. Digging it! Peep the rest of the collection after the jump:
Painting Myself Into a Corner, 1979 by Keith Haring
Slobodan Stosic - Stopping, 2011