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The whacky designs of Patrick Le Ray

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By Anthony le Bourlier in New Design on Thursday 6 October 2011

Imagine a concrete chandelier, a rocking chair that doesn’t move, a wooden chair that looks like it’s come straight from the woods. Patrick Le Ray takes a lot of time to search for inspiration: in a forest or in a field close to Paris. His ideas are clever, and his work is well worth a […]

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The hyper-realistic drawings of Cesar Del Valle

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By Anthony le Bourlier in New Illustration on Wednesday 14 September 2011

His drawings are so realistic that, after first thinking it was photography, you then search for a ‘zoom button’ to get the most details you can. Then, slowly, the drawings seem to be moving, they appear to be alive, something is coming, and the story, after a minute, is already all around you.

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Exquisite black and white photos of Sato Tokihiro

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By Anthony le Bourlier in New Photography on Thursday 8 September 2011

Sato Tokihiro is a Japanese photographer who creates light paintings to allude to a poetic vision of a chaotic world. He will open the shutter sometimes for more than two hours, using his large format camera to take us to another dimension.

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Emiliana Torrini: Sunny Road

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By Anthony le Bourlier in New Music on Friday 2 September 2011

Emiliana Torrini is an Icelandic singer and the only music I have in my car. I just fell in love with her charming voice. It’s like a fairytale or a growing morning wind in the winter: fresh and smelling like the sea.

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Futuristic architecture of Alain Demarquette

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By Anthony le Bourlier in Architecture on Friday 2 September 2011

Alain Demarquette is just amazing. His ideas about lines and shapes are totally what I love and he’s addicted to Berlin and Japanese contemporary architecture. His view is a long-term point of view: how people will interact with our XX and XXI century creations?

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