Brian Matthew Hart uses light as a tool for drawing. One can draw with it on any surface, and the photo camera is needed to capture the image. Each painting takes 6 to 17 minutes and is glued by hundreds of photos with long exposure. Amazing work, the artist literally lights all around. [source]
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Friday, February 8, 2013
CUBO apartments are located on the top floor of a house built in the early XX century in Turin, Italy. The area of the residence was was originally of 55 square meters, but the architects of Studioata were able to increase it by 15 square meters. They applied a cubic volume, which occupies a central place in the apartment, by locating the bedroom upstairs, and the bathroom and pantry inside. You can go up the stairs, carved right out of the cube. It also acts as a separator of the living area and kitchen area that have increased significantly due to the efficient allocation of space.