Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots (Official Video)

The video for lead single and title track ‘Everyday Robots’ is directed by artist and designer Aitor Throup and uses CGI software and actual cranial scans to create a unique digital portrait of Damon.

Everyday Robots – Video
Video concept and direction by Aitor Throup
Editor: Giorgio Gremigni (The Butchers)

DESERT HOUSE by OLLER & PEJIC

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ALL IN BLACK

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iLove this all-black desert house in YUCCA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA was designed by architect couple OLLER & PEJIC. well-formed with all straight lines, nothing excessive and minimal enough to be styled and furnished in any theme nor style.

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but interior/styling wise ………. it seems a bit lost to me, pls see my points on some of the pix as below ……. 😦 tell me what you think later!!!!

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hayinstyle-oller-perjic-desert-house-yucca-valley-5 TOGO sofa by LIGNE ROSET in leather are perfect for the living room, tks to its low sitting but i think it should be placed in the centre of living room, definitely not leaning against the wall ……. and those color lounging cushions should be upholstered in grey or graphite …… those 2 victorian armchairs in yellow are obviously good enough to highlight the whole room …….. now it’s kinda all over the place with inexpensive colors!!! 😦

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“Carré Blanc”

French architect Eric Marrian was born in 1959 and returned to his original passion of photography in the early 2000s. Eric’s series “Carré Blanc” translates to “white square.” These photos call attention to the beauty of the way skin naturally folds into itself. Crisp lines and smooth curves present the human body in a sculptural form.

The Story of a Girl and a Crane

The Story of a Girl and a Crane

by Hu JunDi

He paints elegant, serene and beautiful Sichuan women. The attire is classical Sichuan Chinese, but there is an appeal that goes beyond. He does not use models. He paints the character in his mind, searching from a person in his life. He chooses the most wonderful moment in his mind and paints it. Catching a moment — this is the Chinese painting skill. It is much more difficult to do it with oil paintings. It took years of patient trial and error, along with his immense talent, to achieve this mastery.