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Salt Point House by Thomas Phifer and Partners is an open-ended, painted-cedar box, lined in maple plywood and overlaid on two sides with corrugated screens of perforated, stainless steel. Its brief could hardly have been more humble. The Salt Point House has an ethereal presence as elusive and weightless as a mirage, its edges seemingly dissolving into the surrounding forested landscape.
Alberto Seveso is an illustrator and graphic designer from Italy. In his latest series a due Color, Alberto photographs plumes of ink underwater. The textures, detail and organic shapes are absolutely incredible.
Underwater ink photographs.were made by taking high-speed photographs of ink mixing with water, but unlike the previous times, the artist mixed two colors and titled his new series ‘a due Colori’.
Kyle White is a graphic designer currently working in South Mississippi and New York City. He recieved his MFA in Graphic Design from the University of Florida and his BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Jason Little is one of the best creative designers from Paris, France. In the last two years alone, Little, who serves as the Creative Director of Corporate Brands in the Sydney office of Landor Associates, has won 48 awards from the likes of D&AD, The NY Type Directors Club, Graphis, and Wolda.
Animation illustration by Ninjatic who is college student from England with a flare for illustration, Ninjatic majoring in Animation and some of them are with bit scary, but here also have many beautiful woman illustrations.
This is a series of Black and White Underwater Photography by Kanoa Zimmerman who is a world traveler who takes us with him on his exotic adventures, Unlike other photographers who submerge into the depths of the world's deepest oceans to capture a splurge of color, Zimmerman chooses to keep the color scheme simple by muting out the multihues of underwater life without subduing its beauty.