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Transparent Table Designer: Nendo
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I’m pretty sure that I’ll never buy a glass table but the black version of Nendo‘s transparent table is the closest what I would consider. They’ve cast wood with a strong grain in clear acrylic and assembled the pieces to create a table. The level of detail is quite impressive, the edges are beveled and the ends even have the matching grain. www.todayandtomorrow.net Posted: 04/06/2011 digg | del.icio.us | stumble | email this

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12:31 Designer: Croix Gagnon and Frank Schott
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Image Credits: Croix Gagnon and Frank Schott
In 1993, a convicted murderer was executed. His body was given to science, segmented, and photographed for research. Croix and Frank used that footage to create these 7 photographs. An animation of the 1871 slices was played fullscreen on a computer, which was moved around by an assistant while being photographed in a dark environment. The resulting images are long-exposure “light paintings” of the entire cadaver. Stunning work! Prints are for sale for $700 and all proceeds benefit Amnesty International. www.todayandtomorrow.net Posted: 04/05/2011 digg | del.icio.us | stumble | email this

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Corporate Landscapes Designer: Lars Kirk
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Image Credits: Lars Kirk
Landscapes 70 x 50 cm, (the big green Landscape is 200 x 100 cm.), made out of thousands of different corporate pay-offs in point 5 type. larskirk.com Posted: 03/30/2011 digg | del.icio.us | stumble | email this

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Paintings Designer: Gerry Judah

Image Credits: Gerry Judah
Artist Gerry Judah's paintings are massively and aggressively three-dimensional, piling up, away, and out from the canvas to form linked cities, ruins, and debris-encrusted bridges, like reefs. bldgblog.blogspot.com Posted: 03/29/2011 digg | del.icio.us | stumble | email this

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Six Architects Designer: Roosterization
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... his crisp black and white graphics simplify and recreate the work of some of modern architecture’s most famed structures — from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum to Louis Kahn’s National Assembly Building in Bangladesh. Click through to check them out, and let us know in the comments which one you’d like to hang on your walls. www.flavorwire.com Posted: 03/29/2011 digg | del.icio.us | stumble | email this

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