drown oneself in the arm of the nature.


Sebastian Weiss


Contemporary architecture in the cities of Lisbon, Florence, Berlin, Hamburg.

1. Antinori nel Chianti Classico. Location: Bargino, San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Florence Italy. Architect: Archea Associati

2. Champalimaud Center for the Unknown.  Location: Lisbon, Portugal. Architect: Charles Correa Associates

3. Haus des Reisens. Location: Berlin, Germany. Architect: Roland Korn, Johannes Briske, Roland

4. Euler Hermes building. Location: Hamburg, Germany. Architect: Titus Felixmüller

5. Oceanário, Lisbon. Location: Lisbon, Portugal. Architect: Campos Costa Arquitectos

6. Marco Polo Building. Location: Hamburg, Germany. Architect: Behnisch Architekten

7. Sony Center. Location: Berlin, Germany. Architect: Helmut Jahn, Murphy/Jahn Architects

8. Champalimaud Center for the Unknown. Location: Lisbon, Portugal. Architect: Charles Correa Associates



Keith Sonnier


Stillness of the Light

photos by Skyler Brown
model: Kat Altman


Meet John Brooker, a 75-year-old retired fan maker in who has spent the past 10 years patiently transforming this massive hedge into an awesome 100-foot-long, 20-foot-tall dragon. Mr. Brooker lives on the grounds of Frizzleton Farm near King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England. As the hedge has grown larger over the years, Mr. Brooker has been able to add more detail to his fantastic green beast. Today the mighty hedge dragon features six pairs of legs, a splendid pair of wings, flared nostrils and large pointy teeth.

Photos by Damien McFadden.

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Marco Ugolini

Per Color

I see the supermarket space as a space of manipulation. The attempt, in this action, is to subvert this structure of power. The pictures have been taken in collaboration with Photographer Pedro Motta, in a supermarket in the same neighbourhood of the art center. None of the products have been bought after the shooting.




Shuckle being cute by request.