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WENDY BEVAN

Posted in Uncategorized by stylecouch on September 23, 2010

The portfolio of  Wendy Bevan keeps me inspired whenever I take a journey there!

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HESITATING SILENCE

Posted in Uncategorized by stylecouch on June 25, 2010

I love the atmosphere in Danish Gina Zacharias’ photo art.

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STILL DREAMING ABOUT SUMMER…

Posted in Uncategorized by stylecouch on June 7, 2010

I love these photos – reminds me of good old summerdays…

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Pictures found on souvenirs

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A Burberry Burger with Gucci French Fries and than a McSunday by Paul Smith?

Posted in Advertisement, Art, Fashion, Photography by stylecouch on December 28, 2009

The Cool Hunter has enlisted Access Agency to implement the McFancy concept, which TCH describes “an upmarket temporary McDonald’s store that launches at Fashion Weeks around the globe such as London, New York, Paris, Milan, Sydney and Hong Kong.” In the business of fashion, the minute you put a designer label on a piece of cloth, the price goes up. I wonder in the restaurant business how much a Burberry-wrapped piece of meat will cost. For all ofof you loves McDonald food as well as you are may be a logo maniac, the restaurant dining room experience coming during Fashion Week 2010 to a big city near you.

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Found on Inka Leoni’s Blog

If teeth begin to tell you true stories

Posted in Art, Fashion, Fun, Photography, True by stylecouch on December 11, 2009

My Milk Toof is an ongoing creative project by Californian artist Inhae Lee featuring the adventures of Ickle and Lardee, two baby teeth made from polymer clay. In her blog, a series of photographs Inhae Lee is telling stories out of the workaday life – leading actors: Ickle and Lardee! You will definitely not regret to visit her webpage and to follow her wonderful artwork here.

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See the full story and more here

Found it sweet-station.com

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Do you understand the value of money?

Posted in Art, Graphic design, Photography by stylecouch on December 9, 2009

In the era of credit cards online banking, did you ever thought about the size of money? Designer Mac Funamizu did so an represent in his wonderful artwork “Infographic Coins“, how easy it could be to understand the value of money – even in foreign countries.

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Found on yankodesign.com

Copenhagen Climate Conference – Don’t say sorry in 2020!

Posted in Advertisement, Art, Photography, True by stylecouch on December 8, 2009

This is one of several Greenpeace-commissioned ads that have just been revealed in and around Copenhagen airport this week and it is an impressive idea of Toby Cotton. Greenpeace commissioned Arc Communications UK to create these ads, which picture world leaders in 2020, apologizing for not having done enough to stop the climate change. I find them very powerful – hopefully our leaders do too.

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Found on creativereview.co.uk

Punk is not dead!

Posted in Art, Fashion, Fun, Photography by stylecouch on December 2, 2009

Punk is a mentality, but it isn’t a consistent mentality. It’s an attitude, but not all punks share the same attitude. “Punk” simply means you question things! Under this special theme, Worth1000.com started a Photoshopper-Contest called ‘Punkanimals’.

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Found at Eugene’s Blog

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You will not see me anymore!

Posted in Art, Photography by stylecouch on December 1, 2009

That must be the drive of the talent French photographer Fred Lebain in his unique photo series ‘A spring in New York’. After visiting New York for the first time and taking some pictures, Fred Lebain returned for a second visit with large poster prints and aligned them with their original locations. The outcome is a wonderful collage of camouflage posters.

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Found on designboom.com

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Problems can be big in a small world

Posted in Art, Fashion, Fun, Photography by stylecouch on November 30, 2009

But a small world can be also more funny and  cosy as you can see in the art work of the French artist and photographer Vincent Bousserez called “Plastic Life” and shows in the meanwhile 80 photographs. Inspired by the world of miniature trains, he always carries the mini characters around with him so he can take a when an idea springs to mind. Trust me it is very difficult to give you an appetizer of 4 photographs, because they are so wonderful therefore visit his flickr set and take your on view.

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Found on yatzer.com

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