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We could experiment with face & body painting.

Etnia Cosmetics Campaign Beautifully simple and graphic campaign photographed by Jose Morraja. Concept and Art Direction by Lavernia & Cienfuegos + Ipsum Planet.

Assortment of personal still life, lifestyle and wildlife photography.

Monochromatic Artwork - Only containing one colour or hue of a colour that is used for an entire artwork. This also means that it is a single based hue and produces one frequency or wave length of light to portray that one hue.

Red | Rosso | Rouge | Rojo | Rød | 赤 | Vermelho | Color | Colour | Texture | Form |

Function: Mood- I loved the red lighting paired with the almost barren hallway. I think it creates a sense of emergency and fear.

kinetic installation composed of triangular mirrors that move vertically and rotate around two axes in a complex choreo­graphy of flowing three-dimensional structures. Their physical movement is enhanced with ceiling lighting and an interplay between the reflective triangles and the dark, overlapping shadows they cast on the floor. | JOACHIM SATER

kinetic installation composed of triangular mirrors that move vertically and rotate around two axes in a complex choreo­graphy of flowing three-dimensional structures. Their physical movement is enhanced with ceiling lighting and an interplay between the

@refineryhotel in New York is a #Fodors100 winner in the Boutique Chic category. It has lots of character and a lovely, detailed design.

Refinery Hotel in New York is a winner in the Boutique Chic category. It has lots of character and a lovely, detailed design.

A Gust of Wind by Pauls Cocksedge is an installation of 300 sheets of corian engraved with the words "Idea Tray" and a series number and suspended like sheets of falling paper at the Victoria & Albert Museum for the London Design Festival and given away at the end of the day.

A Gust of Wind by Paul Cocksedge - 300 sheets of corian engraved with the words "Idea Tray" and a series number and suspended like sheets of falling paper at the Victoria & Albert Museum for the London Design Festival and given away at the end of the day

Jenny Holzer, "For SAAM," 2007, a time-based media sculpture comprised of vertical strands of white LEDs that reveal different text and patterns over a 24 hour cycle, located at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.

Jenny Holzer, "For SAAM," a time-based media sculpture comprised of vertical strands of white LEDs that reveal different text and patterns over a 24 hour cycle, located at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art signage.