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Here is a collection of works i liked the most by japanese designer Oki Sato. His philosophy:

“Giving people a small ” ! ” moment.
There are so many small ” ! ” moments hidden in our everyday.

But we don’t recognize them.
and even when we do recognize them,we tend to unconsciously reset our
minds and forget what we’ve seen.

But we believe these small ” ! ” moments are what make our days so
interesting, so rich.”

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Myoung Ho Lee is a student, lecturer and photographer based in Seoul, Korea. He attracted international acclaim in 2007 with his series Tree.

Myoung Ho Lee creates elaborate, unlikely large-scale temporary installations but his constructions are built for the purpose of photographing the results.

The concept of his Tree series of photographs is rather simple but the impact generates intriguing questions about representation, reality, environment and seeing. He isolates each tree from immediate environment by an immense white canvas backdrop, creating in effect “a temporary monumental door art installation” (Jim Casper). Read the rest of this entry »

SCOTT BARRY’s work combines illustration, animation, collage, photography and installation. I like the way he combines the elements in his works,  it’s simple but makes a instantaneous connection with the audience, it’s like skipping all the useless words. It has a  bit of mysticism combined with  humor sometimes even sarcasm. It seems that the artist is mainly preoccupied by space and how we integrate in it, sexuality, life and death, the beauty of chaos and the simple  relation between people like in the piece Naked high five.

space detail

space detail

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Blue Bulb (True Fiction) 1986-2004

Sandy Skouglungis an American conceptual photographer and installation artist. Her work represents basically a social critique of consumption and domestic life. One of her major foray into graphics is True Fiction (1986) a portfolio where she mixes high contrast colors and optical patterns created through repeated elements. Skoglund creates surealist images by building elaborate sets ortableaux, furnishing them with carefully selected colored furniture and other objects, a process of which takes her months to complete. Finally, she photographs the set, complete with actors.


Green Glove (True Fiction) 1986-2004


Purple Blender (True Fiction) 1986-2004


The Laws of Interior Design (True Fiction) 1986-2004


Red Flower (True Fiction) 1986-2004


The Possibilities of Trash (True Fiction) 1986-2004


The Theory of Energy (True Fiction) 1986-2004


The Sound of Food (True Fiction) 1986-2004