Dream like photography from Canadian photographer Lissy Laricchia.

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Prepare for winter with this brilliant idea from the polish designerBeataFaron.  The collection is called “Brr”, and it’s a set of heaters made from wool with two silicone band inside to prevent it sliding from the cup.  So now you can be sure  you won’t burn your hands and “Brr”  will keep them and your drink warm… the perfect comfort.

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This building caught my attention with its pretty green nuances, but even more alluring is the quiet equilibrium of shapes and colors. There is a visible continuity of the surroundings and a bit more than that, the building seems like a big stone with moss grass on it which gives a deep sensation of freshness.  It is balanced bright, timid and full of symbolic connotations.

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Beautiful, expressive, aggressive, dark and colorful set of photographs entitled   “Sexual Colors” by gabriel wickboldfrom São Paulo.

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I’m  more focused on documenting my vision and my dreams about this and other worlds. I don’t want to document the world as is it, I want to document what I see. Photos are images, and the memories most of the times are images.

Jamie Martinez is a 31-year old photographer who currently lives in Mexico City.  He uses the so called technique Wiggle Stereoscopy which is capable of recording three-dimensional visual information or creating the illusion of depth in an image. He is currently experimenting with animated gifs from static photos.

His surreal photos explore the boundaries of dreams, create questions, play with curiosity. His inspiration is the sky, the stars, clouds, legs, childhood and people. The pictures vibrate with mystery,  gives you the necessary space for interpretation, are not asking for instantaneous reaction, you want to come back to them, to rediscover them in a different form, in different circumstances, they talk gently, waiting patiently for attention.

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This is a short movie directed by Terri Timely (Ian Kibbey and Corey Creasey) a story about a surreal experience . Synesthesia is the ability to associate sounds with tastes, colors, letters, numbers or even people and Terri Timely  developed this  concept in something that stands out. I think that they highlighted the idea of discovering new ways of expression, new ways of seeing  the world around us, the way we can infinitely use objects, colors, tastes etc. to form a totally different understanding of everything that surrounds us. We are  used to take everything for granted and this leads us to boredom, destroying our curiosity, never looking beyond appearances. Synesthesia brigs an element of surprise and unexpected combinations that is  so refreshing for all our senses.

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