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POP POP BANG

A collaboration between creative director Anna Burns and the photographer Thomas Brown (on tumblr). Through the use of various mediums the pair have curated an exhibition that explores the masculine world of B-Movies and juxtaposed it with the traditional British landscape. Using the themes of said movies – girls, guns and explosives – and twisting it against a very British backdrop these two challenge not only the premise of each subject but also the use of their chosen medias. The duo created a wall of umbrellas displaying elements of the classic B-Movie and located them within three landscapes.

Artist Carolyn Roper | via: devidsketchbook.com Artist Carolyn Roper | via: devidsketchbook.com Artist Carolyn Roper | via: devidsketchbook.com

URBAN CAMOUFLAGE BY ARTIST CAROLYN ROPER

To promote the new season of television drama series, Covert Affairs, the UK channel Really commissioned make-up Artist Carolyn Roper to camouflage woman in body paint so that they would blend into London’s scenery. One of them has been painted as vegetables and staged on the veggies stand at London’s Portobello Market. The new season ofCovert Affairs premieres September 19, 2012 on Really and the full image gallery can be found at Huffington Post UK.  [via] 

WORLD DIS ORDER

Photographer Christian Ruhm | facebook

The “world dis order” Series includes several pictures of well known places around Germany and Europe. All of them are multiple exposures without any post-processing.

  1. Schauspielhaus near Berlin, Germany
  2. Houses Of Parliament, London, United Kingdom
  3. DUS - Medienhafen near Berlin, Germany
  4. Tower Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom
  5. Reichstag, Berlin, Germany
  6. National Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Photographer Irene Suchocki | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Irene Suchocki | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Irene Suchocki | Posted by devidsketchbook.com Photographer Irene Suchocki | Posted by devidsketchbook.com

LONDON NOIR

Photographer Irene Suchocki

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Stockholm | Hornstull -Subway station Mexico City London-Old Street

Artist Roa 

  • Stockholm | Hornstull -Subway station
  • Mexico City
  • London-Old Street

on tumblr: Roa’s Work

Artist TOD HANSON

(Installation at cell project space, London | Photography by Peter Abrahams)

His current work can also be seen as a combination of past experience gained producing large scale graphic works with Greenpeace UK and painting nightclub interiors. This with an interest in the history and function of architecture, the decorative arts, diagrams and mapping.

Giant Tree Made of 80 Different Types of Fabric

Standing 18 meters (or 46 feet) tall, is an awesome new tree sculpture made of 80 different types of fabric. The Baobab Tree, created by Pirate Technics, was inspired by Africa’s baobab tree, which is the oldest living specimen in Africa and has long been a symbol for community. Rings about 16 feet wide were used to build the tree before it was wrapped with fabric. It sits outside the Southbank Centre in London, England.

"During the summer, thousands of people will gather in London and visitors from across the globe will be stepping closer to one another," said Creative Director Beatrix Eden of Pirate Technics.

[via mymodernmet]

read carefully!   This installation is not My -  ”My London” so-titled installation nendo - British design studio  Nendo

‘My London’ Installation by nendo for British design company Established & Sons.

http://www.morfae.com/1149-nendo/

read carefully!

‘My London’ Installation by nendo for British design company Established & Sons

Nendo’s inspiration for the ‘My London’ collection theme for Established & Sons is London maps and London fog recreated with white ‘post it-like’ prints in different densities.

(via whereart)

elmgreen & dragset: boy on rocking horse - fourth plinth commission

the fourth plinth is said to be the most thought provoking contemporary art prize in the UK. funded by the mayor of london with support from arts council england, the programme commissions international artists to make challenging new works set for placement in the british capital’s trafalgar square.

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