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The Garden of Wonders

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The Garden of Wonders

The Garden of Wonders

The Garden of Wonders

via klatmagazine.com

There is nothing more mysterious and at the same time explicit than a perfume. On the one hand, its invisibility lays it open to secret and magical interpretations that try to lock its volatile nature up in a frozen image. On the other, its olfactory appeal plays on the sense most closely linked to our remembrance of the past, to ancestral memories that activate our synapses in a subjective but universal way, permitting very precise leaps in time. These impressions lie at the heart of the project called The Garden of Wonders, coordinated by Ferruccio Laviani for the foundation BE OPEN and presented at the Orto Botanico di Brera in Milan from April 13 to May 24.
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Chasing the Light

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Chasing the Light

Chasing the Light

Chasing the Light

via whudat.de

KOMONO’s spring/summer campaign, entitled “Chasing the Light,” epitomizes Californian living, with twinkling lights, lush foliage and sun-kissed skin. The eyewear collection was inspired by John Lautner, a pioneering American architect that embraced juxtaposition of the natural with clean shapes. His dramatic vision touches all the pieces, which are timeless and inspired.
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No Kardashian Parking Signs

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No Kardashian Parking Signs

via artnet.com

The Kardashians may be reality TV royalty, but at least one artist is refusing to roll out the red carpet for the famous family: Plastic Jesus, who has been dubbed the Banksy of LA, has peppered the city with seven mock parking regulation signs reading “No Kardashian Parking Anytime.”
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Carla Ridge Residence

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Carla Ridge Residence by McClean Design

Carla Ridge Residence by McClean Design

Carla Ridge Residence by McClean Design

via hypebeast.com

Located along the prestigious Trousdale Ridgeline, the Carla Ridge Residence is a sprawling 24,424-square-foot contemporary home with spectacular views of Beverley Hills and all the way to the Pacific Ocean. The luxurious two-story residence has all the amenities you could ask for, include a two-story waterfall, interior courtyard, 12-seat screening room, billiard room, cigar lounge, gym, and a steam room.
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Formento & Formento

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Formento & Formento

Formento & Formento

Formento & Formento

via Yatzer™ | photos © Formento & Formento

Photographers BJ and Richeille Formento met exactly a decade ago, while working on a common assignment, and have been partners in both life and work ever since. Together they travel around the world, creating highly inspirational visual series that treat the human persona as prime matter that can be re-shaped through the most unconventional of scenarios. These are usually set in a surreal environment that is saturated in an abundance of contrasting references involving everything from culture and sex to high-fashion and technology.
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Q&A: Maiko Takeda

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Maiko Takeda

Maiko Takeda

via frameweb.com | photos © Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Maiko Takeda sculpts ethereal silhouettes with eye-catching forms. Her designs succinctly combine material clarity with a surreal sense of transformation, as seen recently in the artwork for the digital release of Björk’s new Vulnicura album. Takeda’s creations will also soon grace the front of Frame’s forthcoming book Postdigital Artisans and we caught up with the artist to discover more about her craft.
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