Marcus Lyon is a British artist and photographer having read Political Science at Leeds University, Leadership at Harvard Business School and Performance Measurement at the Kennedy School of Government. He was a pioneer watching closely the children trafficking in the developing world. “I was then, and remain now, inspired by the resilience and adaptive skills of humanity at the edge of existence. The ability, against all the odds, to negotiate the chaos and structures of the urban environment left a deep and lasting mark on my visual memory” he states. In this project, Exodus, he explores the most significant migrations of the current era. Wonderful approach. Enjoy. More at EverythingWithATwist
Lou Ros lives and works in Paris. He is inspired by impressionism though he paints in his distinct way. Started as a street artist he has evolved to a complete artist, and still being 30 years old. More at EverythingWithATwist.
Elegant, vintage with minimal decorative touches has a subject of 105 sq.m. The subject in question is a very old apartment situated in the harbour of Old Jaffa. more at EverythingWithATwist
Xavier Huyberechts, being an architect, designed this wonderful house for his family. Carine thoughts were: “The best thing about living where we do is the nature around us; living within these surrounds with a family that is fully active in this environment.” via EverythingWithATwist
Another approach to represent movie posters in a minimalist way, in this instance by Michal Krasnopolski. It defines the movies with just lines and circles and some are very accurate. Rest on EverythingWithATwist
Extremely vibrant photographs by Kai Ziehl. rest of the photos in EverythingWithATwist
Korean artist Yong Won Song creates near life-size sculptures having as ingredients thread and wire. The details in each sulpture are evident. The artist suggests that this series of sculptures try to present a world of dreams. Great work. via Everything With A Twist
Fast paced, multicaltural, cutting edge cities that have immense influence in art and culture worldwide. Daniella Zalcman tried to capture the flow of these two cities simultaneously. The result is impressive.
This is a new column trying to listen to music diferently. A new song will be shared every week, at the start of it. Big In Japan.
Reinach Mendonça Arquitetos Associados created an ispiring installation resided in western Sao Paolo. Post at Everything With A Twist.
Dannish painter Peter Ranv named this exhibition ‘He Chose The Wrong Career’. Extremely natural stances of men that feel exhausted. Post in Everything With A Twist.
Super Awesome Micro Project is a car made by Legos! Even the engine is made by Legos and its run by air. The project was initiated by Steve Stamartino and was financed by individual investors. This car was built in Romania and shiped to Melbourne, Australia. The car can go up to 30 Km/h. Absolutely great. Rest of the post here.
Inocrporating the Becher school techniques Leo Caillard photographed the same subject over and over again. He mentions that “Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initial understanding of the function of the sunject fades … “. Extremely accurate and very colourful his photographs have the power to catch the eye. Enjoy the rest of the series.
Rio being the destination hosting two consecutive tournaments, the best and second best tournaments in the whole world Olympics and World Championship, this extremely beautiful installation becomes even hotter. You can see the rest of the post here.
Very detailed representation of the actual cars by Camille de Bastiani. Iconic cars of a dream-sport? Indeed, having as heroes Michael Schumacher, Jacques Villeneuve, Niki Lauda and, for me, the most prominent Ayrton Senna.