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    1. HISTORY HAS PROVIDED US WITH TOUCHSTONES AND SYMBOLS THAT WE GET TO MIX AND REARRANGE TO CREATE NEW COMPOSITIONS IN FASHION. THESE ARRANGEMENTS CAN AT TIMES HIT SIMILAR CHORDS THAT ART CAN.
     
     
  1. crooks-lovers:

Rick Owens SS12

    crooks-lovers:

    Rick Owens SS12

     
     
  2. luisantoniosantos:

Luis Antonio Santos
Untitled (Ulysses), 2014
Oil on canvas, 5 x 5 feet

    luisantoniosantos:

    Luis Antonio Santos

    Untitled (Ulysses), 2014

    Oil on canvas, 5 x 5 feet

     
     
  3. (Source: sigsigkei)

     
     
  4. (Source: kidmograph)

     
     
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  6. (Source: kimlaughton)

     
     
  7. neuromaencer:


thecapsulecorp:

ラミエル  - the 5th angel

    neuromaencer:

    thecapsulecorp:

    ラミエル  - the 5th angel

     
     
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  9. (Source: artosaari)

     
     
  10. nicoonmars:

Gen X by Corey.Blenkarn 
     
     
  11. noirchrome:

prostheticknowledge: Deconstructed Cities by Tim White Sobieski [More Here]

    noirchrome:

    prostheticknowledgeDeconstructed Cities by Tim White Sobieski [More Here]

     
     
  12. emergentfutures:

How Big Business is Stymying Makers’ High-Res, Colorful Innovations


If you’re waiting for desktop additive-manufacturing technology to move closer to professional-level results, be prepared to wait for a very long time.
The past year was a breakout for desktop 3-D printing. MakerBot released two new models, Formlabs debuted the first prosumer 3-D printer to use high-accuracy stereolithography, and a slew of innovative, printed projects lifted awareness and desirability of additive manufacturing for the general public.
But the year ended with a legal hiccup. Formlabs will be dealing with a patent infringement lawsuitbrought against them by 3D Systems, one of the biggest players in the industry. The hobbyist segment of the industry has been built on the back of expired patents, but as the Electronic Frontier Foundation has pointed out, many patents that will be required to advance the state of the art will not expire for years or even a decade.

Full Story: Wired

    emergentfutures:

    How Big Business is Stymying Makers’ High-Res, Colorful Innovations

    If you’re waiting for desktop additive-manufacturing technology to move closer to professional-level results, be prepared to wait for a very long time.

    The past year was a breakout for desktop 3-D printing. MakerBot released two new models, Formlabs debuted the first prosumer 3-D printer to use high-accuracy stereolithography, and a slew of innovative, printed projects lifted awareness and desirability of additive manufacturing for the general public.

    But the year ended with a legal hiccup. Formlabs will be dealing with a patent infringement lawsuitbrought against them by 3D Systems, one of the biggest players in the industry. The hobbyist segment of the industry has been built on the back of expired patents, but as the Electronic Frontier Foundation has pointed out, many patents that will be required to advance the state of the art will not expire for years or even a decade.

    Full Story: Wired

     
     
  13. (Source: lifeat1point4)

     
     
  14. Rick Owens typeface design

    Rick Owens typeface design