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Epiphyte Chamber by Philip Beesley Architect | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Epiphyte Chamber by Philip Beesley Architect | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Epiphyte Chamber by Philip Beesley Architect | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Epiphyte Chamber by Philip Beesley Architect | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Epiphyte Chamber by Philip Beesley Architect | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

EPIPHYTE CHAMBER BY PHILIP BEESLEY ARCHITECT

Philip Beesley ArchitectEpiphyte Chamber is envisioned as an archipelago of interconnected halo-like masses that mimic human sensations through subtle, coordinated movements. Across each floating island, densely interwoven structures and delicate canopies made of thousands of lightweight digitally-fabricated components are drawn together in nearly-synchronized breathing and whispers. Audiences walk into highly sensual, intimate sculptural spaces that support small clusters of activity interlinking into larger gathering areas. This experimental new work explores intersections between media art, interactive distributed mechatronics and synthetic biology.

Epiphyte Chamber is part of the inaugural Aleph Exhibition at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea. The Aleph Exhibition opens the gate for creativity and magnifies the minute. The contents of the exhibit illustrate the various complexifying effects that exist anywhere from microorganism to galaxies as can be found through observing stars in the sky or observing symbiotic relationships among objects. The exhibition illustrates how a minute change can lead to drastic variations in the future.

The work is currently on display through March 16, 2014.

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

Photographer Andres Orozco | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Andres Orozco | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Andres Orozco | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Andres Orozco | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Andres Orozco | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Andres Orozco | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Andres Orozco | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

DESOLATE SHAPES BY ANDRES OROZCO

NY, Brooklyn based photographer Andres Orozco (behance) - "Living in an industrial neighborhood surrounded by factories, with streets full of trucks and dust, basic shapes pop out. At first glance they seem like concrete, colorless boxes eaten by rust. Once inmersed in this concrete jungle, the diversity of structures and scale form shapes in astonishing colors. This photographs were taken in medium format over several sundays, when the industrial landscape turns into a desolate and disregarded space.”

Photographer Stefan Fürtbauer | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Stefan Fürtbauer | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Stefan Fürtbauer | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Stefan Fürtbauer | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Stefan Fürtbauer | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Stefan Fürtbauer | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Stefan Fürtbauer | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

EITERQUELLEN BY STEFAN FURTBAUER

Photography by Stefan Fürtbauer - "…is an ongoing project about Viennese Diners and the little different Viennese fast-food culture. Most of the time these diners are isolated islands of food supply in an ancient surrounding with a dash of cultural heritage. Isolated both in the sense of appearance as well as in the sense of resisting against global operating fast-food chains. But the ‘improper’ and modern their architecture may appear, the much heritage there is behind the scenes. Viennese wurstel diners have been introduced during the Austro-Hungarian "K.u.K." Monarchy around 1870 to provide a safe income for wounded war veterans. Since then they became an essential part of the urban culture not by only supplying snacks but also being a meeting spot of the distinctive Viennese working class and the high society, too."

Artist Dasha Pliska | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Artist Dasha Pliska | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Artist Dasha Pliska | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Artist Dasha Pliska | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Artist Dasha Pliska | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

"ARCHITECTURE ODESSA" DRAWINGS BY DASHA PLISKA

Ukraine, Odessa based artist Dasha Pliska

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SOBDIVIDED COLUMNS BY MICHAEL HANSMEYER

(Fabrication of Initial Prototype)

Michael Hansmeyer - A full-scale, 2.7-meter high variant of the columns was fabricated as a layered model using 1mm sheet. Each sheet was individually cut using a laser cutter. Sheets are stacked and held together by poles that run through a common core.

When entering the exhibition room, the viewer at first perceives sixteen columns. This effect, created by the use of two floor-to-ceiling mirrors on adjoining walls, is intentionally accentuated by the columns’ design. Thus the columns are symmetrical along only a single axis, and they have different appearance when seen from the front or the back. In effect, two column permutations are united in a single column - with eight virtual models for the four physical objects.

Settlements and City Strategies by Lekan Jeyifous

Lekan Jeyifo (tumblr / twitter)

This series contains abstracted planimetric drawings and eerily-serene cityscapes that suggest the changing contours of urban settlements. They represent an idea of a degenerate futurism, yet one might find similar typologies and scenes in places such as the favelas of Brazil and North Africa, and in overpopulated cities such as Lagos, Mexico City, and Mumbai. Though outputted digitally, the drawings possess a textured and painterly quality as a result of combining hand-drawn sketches, industrial textures, surfaces of deteriorated paper, and digital architectural models.
A constant interplay between digital and analog processes is important in my work, resulting in a highly layered set of documents. The drawings presented here started out as digital images that were outputted, sketched and drawn over, and scanned back into the computer in order to be retraced, textured, and layered

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Moby Losangeles Architecture:

ok, graffiti.

i mean, technically it’s attached to a building, so it’s tangentially architecture? right?

well, maybe i just have too broad an idea of what constitutes architecture, as i’ve included pictures of clouds and lizards on this site. but i’m a college drop-out, so what do you expect? an erudite and reasoned consideration of exceptional buildings? or pictures of lizards and graffiti? how about an erudite and reasoned consideration of lizards and graffiti? and buildings, too, on occasion.

i also have a really hard time spelling words with double consonants. like: ‘occasion’.  is that right? it looks like it should have 2 ‘s’s’.

so: graffiti. you have to admit, this graffiti is pretty remarkable. and it defines and establishes the space, far more than the building upon which it’s been painted. the building itself is kind of egregiously unremarkable. it’s only the graffiti that distinguishes the building from the few million other generic buildings in l.a.

i especially like the scary blue baby doll playing bongos. and the scary clown.

moby 

NOW AND THEN BY DETROITURBEX

Detroiturbex (facebook- Impressive series of photographs entitled Now and Then, in an abandoned school in the city of Detroit

MOST INTERESTING POSTINGS OF THE YEAR BY DEVIDSKETCHBOOK

You can view many interesting messages on page which were posted this year while this blog is exists. Many thanks to all my followers and thank you for your support. Also, thanks to all editors for tumbler support.

Wish you a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!

Photographer Carsten Witte | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Carsten Witte | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Carsten Witte | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Carsten Witte | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Carsten Witte | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

NYC FRACTAL

Germany, Hamburg-based photographer Carsten Witte (facebook / behance) - "shot on my last two trips to NYC with an eye for the relecting surfaces of New York´s architecture. Shot between central park and financial districh in December. Surfaces of NY architecture.”

Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Vicky Moon | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

THE BEAUTY IN EXPIRED LA BY  VICKY MOON

CA, Los Angeles-based photographer Vicky Moon - "Expired L.A. is an on going series of my exploration of Los Angeles at night. Every building is unique and captivating, as well as the individual color shifts each building creates with every exposure. I am fascinated by the drama that is created by the night sky and seek the beautiful in the over looked; I find the mundane to be extravagant and I find the beauty in the expired; This is my Los Angeles."

Artist Mark Lascelles Thornton | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Artist Mark Lascelles Thornton | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Artist Mark Lascelles Thornton | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Artist Mark Lascelles Thornton | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

THE HAPPINESS MACHINE

(Rotring pen on Arches white paper)

UK. Cornwall-based artist Mark Lascelles Thornton

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