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Siggi Eggertsson (born 1984) is a Berlin-based Icelandic graphic designer. At a time when the handmade aesthetic is going from strength to strength, Eggertsson’s work is entirely different. No sketches, doodles or brush strokes. No cutouts or found objects. His style takes advantage of pattern rules, vector shapes, lines and plenty of flat colour. It’s a bit like pixel art, softened with a nice analogue twist.

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These Colorful Splashes May Look Like Sculptures, But They’re Not

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In a stunning photo series, meant to illustrate the essence of photography, colorful splashes of liquid appear as floating sculpturesafter the tossed fluids are captured on film mid-air at a speed of 1/3,200th of a second. The project, created by New York-based photographers Jeremy Floto and Cassandra Warner of Floto+Warner Studio, is known as “Colourant.”

"We call them floating sculptural events," Floto wrote in an email to The Huffington Post. "They pass you by at an imperceptible flash."

While the human eye may not be capable of capturing the fleeting moment as the brightly colored liquids hang in the air, Floto and Warner can immortalize the events with the help of a camera. The duo, who are husband and wife, assert that they do not use Photoshop in any of their images. Instead, they set up a camera with a high-speed shutter in a landscape scene — they shot the project in northern Nevada and Iowa — and snap the images as the water-based splashes of color meet gravity’s pull.

"There is meant to be a bit of magic here," Floto explained, "something counter to our daily experience in the world."

(via huffingtonpost)

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Artist Name: Josef Yi
Tumblr: http://josef-yi.tumblr.com/
 ”In the Coldness of Winter” 
In the coldness of Winter, she walked into the water, but the tree on her back remained as it was: dead.It was too late, so she walked on and on until she was one with the water,until her body was as cold as the coldness of Winter.

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Artist Name: Josef Yi

Tumblr: http://josef-yi.tumblr.com/

 ”In the Coldness of Winter” 

In the coldness of Winter, she walked into the water, 
but the tree on her back remained as it was: dead.
It was too late, so she walked on and on 
until she was one with the water,
until her body was as cold as the coldness of Winter.

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