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Ervand Kogbetliantz, who developed a three-dimensional form of chess, 1952.    By Yale Joel

Ervand Kogbetliantz, who developed a three-dimensional form of chess, 1952. By Yale Joel

Adolphe Appia, (1862-1928) was a Swiss architect, stage designer and theorist of stage lighting and décor. His theories and realized works transformed the practice of stage design and he had a great influence on the development of performing arts. His sets and his drawings didn't look for...

A Revolution in Stage Design: Drawings and Productions of Adolphe...

Adolphe Appia, (1862-1928) was a Swiss architect, stage designer and theorist of stage lighting and décor. His theories and realized works transformed the practice of stage design and he had a great influence on the development of performing arts. His sets and his drawings didn't look for...

3D chess

3D chess

Time Bandits, chess art, abstract, cubist, surreal, painting, woman, player, game, playing chess, chess posters, chess artwork

Time Bandits, chess art, abstract, cubist, surreal, painting, woman, player, game, playing chess, chess posters, chess artwork

Play Three-dimensional chess Raumschach in 3D or 2D http://www.jocly.com/#/play/raumschach

Play Three-dimensional chess Raumschach in 3D or 2D http://www.jocly.com/#/play/raumschach

concept ships: Jupiter Ascending concept art by Jonas De Ro

concept ships: Jupiter Ascending concept art by Jonas De Ro

Her dream by Victoria Ivanova. chess themed art.

Her dream by Victoria Ivanova. chess themed art.

Thomas barbey surreal photography - chicquero -  (18)

Thomas barbey surreal photography - chicquero - (18)

A stranger to everyone 2 by Victoria Ivanova    An improved version

A stranger to everyone 2 by Victoria Ivanova An improved version

Chaque année le magazine Foam organise le Prix Foam Talent pour récompenser le travail de jeunes photographes internationaux de moins de 35 ans. Les lauréats sont réunis pour leur première exposition itinérante qui débute à l'Atelier Néerlandais de Paris du 11 novembre au 20 décembre 2015.

Chaque année le magazine Foam organise le Prix Foam Talent pour récompenser le travail de jeunes photographes internationaux de moins de 35 ans. Les lauréats sont réunis pour leur première exposition itinérante qui débute à l'Atelier Néerlandais de Paris du 11 novembre au 20 décembre 2015.

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