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“Havana Cabs” by Thomas Meinicke

German photographer Thomas Meinicke obviously loves Cuba. One can sense this simply by looking at the beautiful portraits of old taxis in modern-day Havana he shot for his latest series, called “Havana Cabs”. A selection that offers quite an artful insight into the Cuban daily life. All shots are angled from above, as if the onlooker is actually gazing down at the street from a typical Havana balcony.

 

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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...

The original Star Wars trilogy....

 

I remember bringing home each of the three movies from the local Blockbuster for the first time. I remember unwrapping the box set for Chrismas from Santa. I remember the first Star Wars toy I received; Boba Fett (a reward for being a good boy while getting teeth pulled). I definitely remember wearing out the tapes from playing them every single day after school. Heck, I can pretty much quote the entire trilogy word for word.

 

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The silence of dogs in cars by Martin Usborne

Martin Usborne is a London-based photographer with an affinity for dogs. And if you’re lucky enough to be in London until April 27, you can see work from his series The Silence of Dogs in Cars at The Little Black Gallery.

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Wildcat Ridge Residence by Voorsanger Architects

Name: Wildcat Ridge Residence
Location: Aspen, Colorado | Western United States
Architect: Bartholomew Voorsanger
Photographs: Thomas Damgaard, Paul Bardagjy, Paul Warchol

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God of Mischief

Mandible Claw presents TENGU: God of Mischief. A film by Colin Read.

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Archiset illustrated film sets by Federico Babina

Famous film set designs are translated into detailed cross sections that resemble the insides of dolls' houses in this series of illustrations by architect and illustrator Federico Babina. The collection of 17 posters is entitled Archiset and accurately replicates interiors from iconic films such as Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo and The Shining by Stanley Kubrick. Federico Babina wanted to create an architectural representation of the set designs and chose to present them as two-dimensional elevations, like a cross section of a dolls' house with characters appearing in familiar poses.

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Inside the Kowloon Walled City

Inside the Kowloon Walled City where 50,000 residents eked out a grimy living in the most densely populated place on earth.

Once thought to be the most densely populated place on Earth, with 50,000 people crammed into only a few blocks, these fascinating pictures give a rare insight into the lives of those who lived Kowloon Walled City.

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Disintegrating by Fabian Oefner

In his work, Swiss visual artist Fabian Oefner likes to bring together the fields of art and science. Creating stunning images that capture events normally invisible to the human eye, his creation process usually involves phenomena such as sound waves, centrifugal forces, iridescence, fire and even magnetic ferrofluids, which aim to expose the beauty hidden in the minute and fleeting aspects of the world around us.

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