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JOJO POST FASHION: wearable technology. Modern, Insane Cyberpunk Hair, futuristic fashion, cyber fashion, futuristic look, Shoes, Night, Day, Girl, Teen, woman, Man Fashion. Hat, Cuff, Bracelet, Nail, futuristic boy, cyberpunk, cyber punk, cyber hair, future fashion. Steam, carapace, future, sexy, make up, futuristic, futurism, sci-fi, scifi, futuristic girl, futuristic style, futuristic fashion.

JOJO POST FASHION: wearable technology. Modern, Insane Cyberpunk Hair, futuristic fashion, cyber fashion, futuristic look, Shoes, Night, Day, Girl, Teen, woman, Man Fashion. Hat, Cuff, Bracelet, Nail, futuristic boy, cyberpunk, cyber punk, cyber hair, future fashion. Steam, carapace, future, sexy, make up, futuristic, futurism, sci-fi, scifi, futuristic girl, futuristic style, futuristic fashion.

Layers & Textures - red jacket with layered laser cut pattern detail; decorative fashion details // “Insomnia” by Kyoung eun Hong

Layers & Textures - red jacket with layered laser cut pattern detail; decorative fashion details // “Insomnia” by Kyoung eun Hong

Future Fashion, Futuristic Clothing, Vega Zaishi Wang... nice how small affordable lighting can be placed to create unique lighting and silhouette.

Future Fashion, Futuristic Clothing, Vega Zaishi Wang... nice how small affordable lighting can be placed to create unique lighting and silhouette.

Sculptural Fashion - encased in transparent plastic - dramatic 3D fashion forms; conceptual fashion design; futuristic fashion // Andrej Pejic

Sculptural Fashion - encased in transparent plastic - dramatic 3D fashion forms; conceptual fashion design; futuristic fashion // Andrej Pejic

carapace, future, girl, sexy, futuristic, futurism, sci-fi, scifi, futuristic girl, futuristic style, futuristic fashion, future fashion by FuturisticNews

carapace, future, girl, sexy, futuristic, futurism, sci-fi, scifi, futuristic girl, futuristic style, futuristic fashion, future fashion by FuturisticNews

The Non Program Pavilion / Jesús Torres García • Architects

The Non Program Pavilion / Jesús Torres García • Architects

Light Sculptures by Makoto Tojiki

Light Sculptures by Makoto Tojiki

Inspired by the local materials and culture of Mahabalipuram, an Indian fishing village famous for sculpture, American Artist Janet Echelman stumbled upon a material that would change her art, and life, forever. One evening, while observing the fishermen’s nightly routine of bundling their nets, Echelman imagined a new type of sculpture – a volumetric form that could be the scale of a large building but remain light enough to ripple in the wind, constantly reshaping the net.

Inspired by the local materials and culture of Mahabalipuram, an Indian fishing village famous for sculpture, American Artist Janet Echelman stumbled upon a material that would change her art, and life, forever. One evening, while observing the fishermen’s nightly routine of bundling their nets, Echelman imagined a new type of sculpture – a volumetric form that could be the scale of a large building but remain light enough to ripple in the wind, constantly reshaping the net.

Man is thinking by iamsrook, via Flickr

Man is thinking by iamsrook, via Flickr

Starry Night: Light Installations by Lee Eunyeol.

Starry Night: Light Installations by Lee Eunyeol.