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Alexandre Paty | Pain and Suffering -4- Beauty

8 Loves

The fourth year Master's student from La Cambre in Brussels Belgium fastidiously transferred his ideas of industrialism into the idea of the shoe. The result, however painful, is in my opinion beautiful.

Loved by Kristopher Arden Houser and 7 othersvitaviolenta, aarolilypod, Harpijat, KIIVI, Yuka, Shir Ventura, Al Macello
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Plastic Bag Landscapes

IAN CURTIS, LOVE WILL TEAR US APART

John Baldessari for The Thing Quarterly

7 Loves

Issue 22 is by LA-based conceptual artist John Baldessari. It consists of two 100% cotton sateen pillowcases featuring an image of a woman clutching a pillow. The black and white image is taken from a Hollywood film still in Baldessari's collection.

Loved by Kin Woo and 6 othersLaura Mackness, Nina, Laura Bradley, hearts MJ, KIIVI, Aamina Simone
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Brion Cemetary by Carlo Scarpa

NEAR EAST

10 Loves

Near East, a biannual devoted to the cross-cultural pollination of art and fashion, aims to be just that. The publication, which debuted in the spring, is the brainchild of 30-year-old Mihda Koray.

Loved by Zohaer M. C. and 9 othersAn Muller, ece ateş, hearts MJ, Oliveoil Sittisaksomporn, KIIVI, Mhairi Graham, Aurora Aspen, RafaelaSiqueira, Aamina Simone
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Charlie May Jumpsuit, A/W14

Kelly Wearstler Surfboards

Marion Dorn Rug, Lobby of Claridges Hotel London 1935

Fordite Stones

17 Loves

"One of the unexpected by-products of car production was Fordite, also known as Detroit agate. The colorful layered objects take their name from agate stones for their visual resemblance. But instead of forming from microscopically crystallized silica over millions of years, Fordite was formed from layers of car paint over several tens of years."

Loved by Tish Wrigley and 16 othersMarta Represa, RIeCHvARaDSn, maggie black, epougy, bettypage2000, lox, KIIVI, PollyAnders, eeé, Yezin Carrillo, Daisy Woodward, tz-n, Lilja Hrönn, autentik, Aamina Simone, Marikit
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