2013 World Architecture Festival winners

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Architecture on Thursday 17 October 2013

The World Architecture Festival took place in Singapore this year and saw around 200 shortlisted projects compete for awards in 30 different categories, from offices and places of religion, to family homes, schools, shopping centers, and future architecture projects around the world. Here’s a quick recap: — Building of the Year: Auckland Art Gallery Toi […]

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Scandybars: a world tour of candy

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By Annie Churdar in Cool Websites on Friday 28 June 2013

Do you love candy? Do you study it, dissect it carefully, and generally find it to be worthy of close inspection? Then join all your friends Scandybars, the Tumblr dedicated to scrumptious cross-sections of every kind of candy bar. Scrolling through the photos is like getting a world tour of sweet shops.

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Street artist Hush

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By jen disisto in New Art on Friday 17 May 2013

The artist who goes by the name of Hush is a prolific street artist who has taken to fine art as well. His work depicts geishas with generally high contrast images that layer up graffiti to create complex patterns. A lot of the work relies on a palette comprised of primary colors.

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A Buzzfeed selection of the most powerful photographs ever taken

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By Alicia Thompson in New Photography on Friday 5 April 2013

I love photography and all of these photographs are life-defining moments in peoples life. That’s what I believe photographs should be: capturing a moment in time. It’s not only about what you see, it’s also about understanding the context, what they have been through and why they are in this situation. Life is a story, […]

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New Harmony Korine movie made with crowd-funding

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By Jorrit in New Film on Friday 17 September 2010

Film director Harmony Korine (Gummo, Trash Humpers) is working on a new film called God’s Joke. This time his film will be financed by crowd-funding through Cinema Reloaded, a project hosted by the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

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