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Tanaka Otsuka's Electric Dress. The Gutai Group, Japan, 1954 ”The kangi used to write 'gu' means tool, measures, and a way of doing something, while 'tai' means body.

Atsuko Tanaka Electric Dress, 1956 Light bulbs and fluorescent painted tubes Ashiya City Museum of Art & History

Top Tin 20 of 21Deb Haupt travels the globe looking for treasures for her antique shop, Haupt Antiek Market located in Apple Valley, Minn. On a foray to an antiques store on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic, Haupt bought her first tin baking molds in 2009. I was amazed at how many different shapes and molds there were, says Haupt.

Top Tin 20 of 21Deb Haupt travels the globe looking for treasures for her antique shop, Haupt Antiek Market located in Apple Valley, Minn. On a foray to an antiques store on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic, Haupt bought her first tin baking molds in 2009. I was amazed at how many different shapes and molds there were, says Haupt.

Quelques images à découvrir au festival de photoreportage de Perpignan

EN IMAGES. Les plus belles expos de photojournalisme à Perpignan

Chalk Drawing

Loose ilustrations like this chalk chandelier at Velvet in Zagreb makes me literally feel something good. Photo by Sania Pell via

Burning Man photography by Trey Ratcliff. #burningman

Burning Man Photos by Trey Ratcliff

Burning Man Photography by Trey Ratcliff Hell yeah, check out this amazing photographs taken by Trey Ratcliff at the Burning Man festival. You can find more Burning Man photos by Trey Ratcliff.

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Wind Witch: ~ Feather, deerskin, and gemstone sage smudge fans.

Shanelle Nyasiase photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth for Alexander McQueen SS18 campaign

Shanelle Nyasiase photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth for Alexander McQueen SS18 campaign

Christian Loubotin Fall/ Winter photographer Peter Lippman - Looks strangely like Hillary, wouldn't you say?

Jean Baptiste-Camille Corot – Portrait of a Girl as reimagined for Christian Louboutin by Peter Lippmann

Kaya, 4: Tokio, Japón

No te quejes de tu habitación.

A collaborative expose by American journalist Chris Booth and photographer James Mollison called "Where Children Sleep". It present the differing sleeping spaces of children around the world, focusing on inequality.

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