Valentina Di Grandi

Valentina Di Grandi

Valentina Di Grandi
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| Karlya Smith | Blue Bananas | I love pastels and I love bananas-perfect!

| Karlya Smith | Blue Bananas | I love pastels and I love bananas-perfect!

"Often this question gets answered in a highfalutin’ way, with a list of cultured references. I find inspiration in everything that surrounds me: human beings and also objects, those of daily use that are the protagonists of my photographs." Maurizio Di Iorio

"Often this question gets answered in a highfalutin’ way, with a list of cultured references. I find inspiration in everything that surrounds me: human beings and also objects, those of daily use that are the protagonists of my photographs." Maurizio Di Iorio

The Biscuit Project: Still life pastel photography series by duo Matt Lain and Toni Caroline.

The Biscuit Project: Still life pastel photography series by duo Matt Lain and Toni Caroline.

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Yener Torun

Yener Torun

André Britz, Color Morphology Still-Life

André Britz, Color Morphology Still-Life

Color Morphology by André Britz, via Behance

Color Morphology by André Britz, via Behance

Vittorio Ciccarelli's 'Invisible' Series | Trendland: Design Blog & Trend Magazine

Vittorio Ciccarelli's 'Invisible' Series | Trendland: Design Blog & Trend Magazine

Just Wonderful :-) <> Carl Kleiner: Golden Ratio and Friends 2/11 "Golden Rectangle"

Just Wonderful :-) <> Carl Kleiner: Golden Ratio and Friends 2/11 "Golden Rectangle"

Madrid-based architecture firm Selgascano recently completed “el B”; auditorium and performing center. The controversial building lines 1 kilometer of the docks of Cartagena, Spain. With Selgascano’s use of translucent materials comes a beautiful layering affect of pastel pigments that create exceptional fluidity throughout the space, captured perfectly in these photo by Iwan Baan.

Madrid-based architecture firm Selgascano recently completed “el B”; auditorium and performing center. The controversial building lines 1 kilometer of the docks of Cartagena, Spain. With Selgascano’s use of translucent materials comes a beautiful layering affect of pastel pigments that create exceptional fluidity throughout the space, captured perfectly in these photo by Iwan Baan.