At the age of 21 Ricardo Nunes explored the historically overwhelming center of Lisbon for the first time on his own.
The last two years he travelled several times through Portugal, following “old memories of places he might have been” – places he visited with his parents to spend time with distant relatives.
He is showing us how important feelings are that we connect to pictures which we form out of blurry memories are – “a simultaneity of foreignness and familiarity”.
“The loneliness that overcomes me in Portugal still has no release.” – Ricardo Nunes
Handmade uniqe noble black garment by our friend @strigoitattoo.
Each piece is a single copy.
Available only in the studio in Düsseldorf, no online shop.
Models are Karo, Caro & Robby.
Photographed by me.
Instagram is a fascinating platform. Not only to stroll and explore accounts but also to find remarkably interesting artists – beside the selfie industry.
I started using instagram very late due to lack of interest. I didn’t know what a beautiful thing it can be and by now I use it nearly every day to find new inspiration, to support and encourage the people behind my favourite accounts.
I have a new follower. And I can only enthrust this account to you.
A black ghost travelling and haunting places? mr.black.boo is photography from Moscow, Russia
When you shoot film, it happens once in a while that the first frame is just half the image you captured.
Tag your first with #firstoftheroll and be featured on f1rstoftheroll
Suna Coskan is a graphic designer residing in Berlin, Germany. She started using pictures from magizines and now assembling her own pictures with a spirograph. For more check monkeypistol or whateverhippie.tumblr.com
Hilo Chen is a Taiwanese-American painter and is known for his erotic photorealistic paintings.
He studied Architectural Engineering, Chung Yien College, Taiwan and had multiple solo and selected group exhibitions all over the world.
His work is in major museum collections throughout the world. Currently presented by Bernaducci Meisel Gallery.
Paul, a 25-year-old product designer, came up with a brilliant idea. He invented the “Pfandring” that is a so-called “deposit ring”.
There are still people who rely on the extra bit of cash they get by collecting discarded deposit bottles from public trash cans. Paul Ketz’s creative invention makes it easier for collectors to reach the bottles, that used to be thrown in the litter.
Watch the video here
copyright pic above: https://www.facebook.com/Pfandring