The Labyrinth

Forget the thread. Let's become lost in thought together.


Architect and designer Neri Oxman sits in her “Gemini” chaise, which was 3D-printed by Stratasys using a Connex Multi-Material printer, CNC milled by SITU Fabrication and designed in collaboration Prof. W. Craig Carter (Dept. of Materials Science, MIT). The chaise is part of the interactive creative learning environment at the author’s Le Laboratoire in Cambridge, Mass. It uses cutting-edge materials and technologies to provide an unexpected insight into the experience of being in the womb.
Photo: Michael Figuet
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Beauty Accidents

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Skin PortfolioOllie Edwards

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Beauty Accidents

© Milan Vukmirovic
Skin Portfolio
Ollie Edwards

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scavengedluxury:

The one who rests rusts. Leeds, October 2014.

scavengedluxury:

The one who rests rusts. Leeds, October 2014.

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A mermaid necromancer!

perplexingly:

A mermaid necromancer!

c-bedford:

I use to love posting full on WIP shots of my work then realised it was a bad habit. Since I don’t really post them much any more here’s a bunch all at once.

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Adam Tan
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pixography:

Adam Tan

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Brian Williams

generic-art:

Brian Williams

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pixography:

Jarosław Jaśnikowski

pixography:

Jarosław Jaśnikowski

cosascool:

Suth arabia by Connie Zhou