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http://instagram.com/humzadeas : outlaw Instagrammers
The outlaw Instagrammers have more in common with graffiti artists, another subculture of underground creatives who make their work in the cracks of the urban landscape. 
The Outlaw Instagrammers of New York City
Aug 26, 2014

http://instagram.com/humzadeas : outlaw Instagrammers

The outlaw Instagrammers have more in common with graffiti artists, another subculture of underground creatives who make their work in the cracks of the urban landscape. 

The Outlaw Instagrammers of New York City

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Gabriel Moginot

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A FIRST LOOK AT 5
The countdown begins: CR Fashion Book Issue 5 hits newsstands in September
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crfashionbook:

A FIRST LOOK AT 5

The countdown begins: CR Fashion Book Issue 5 hits newsstands in September

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Projeção invertida. 
Han Kyung Woo
Jul 23, 2014

Projeção invertida. 

Han Kyung Woo

Jul 23, 2014

3D wallpaper featuring motifs extracted from Taoist temples and Christian Churches. Best seen through anaglyph glasses. Happiness Forecourt, Macau Collateral Event at the 14the Venice International Architecture Biennale, June 2014. Video by Anna Battista.

The expedition started in the dead of night, at 2 a.m. One hour later, Azuma was already building a bouquet with about 30 varieties of flowers. He started with an aerial plant tied to a six-rod axis and studiously added peace lilies, poppy seed pods, dahlias, hydrangeas, orchids, bromeliads and a meaty burgundy heliconia. “I am using brightly colored flowers from around the world so that they contrast against the darkness of space,” he said. …
Using Styrofoam and a very light metal frame, Powell and his volunteers had created two devices to attach the bonsai and the flowers, which would launch separately. JP’s volunteers and Azuma’s team worked to calibrate still cameras, donated by Fuji Film for this project, and six Go Pro video cameras tied in a ball that would record the trip into the stratosphere and back in 360 degrees. There were two different tracking systems on each device, one a Spot GPS tracker that would help locate the vessel once it fell down back to Earth, and the other that recorded altitude and distance traveled from the launch site. A radio transmitted the data to a computer array in a van. 
By PAULA DE LA CRUZ
 JULY 18, 2014 9:00 AM
http://azumamakoto.com/?p=5051
Jul 23, 2014

The expedition started in the dead of night, at 2 a.m. One hour later, Azuma was already building a bouquet with about 30 varieties of flowers. He started with an aerial plant tied to a six-rod axis and studiously added peace lilies, poppy seed pods, dahlias, hydrangeas, orchids, bromeliads and a meaty burgundy heliconia. “I am using brightly colored flowers from around the world so that they contrast against the darkness of space,” he said. …

Using Styrofoam and a very light metal frame, Powell and his volunteers had created two devices to attach the bonsai and the flowers, which would launch separately. JP’s volunteers and Azuma’s team worked to calibrate still cameras, donated by Fuji Film for this project, and six Go Pro video cameras tied in a ball that would record the trip into the stratosphere and back in 360 degrees. There were two different tracking systems on each device, one a Spot GPS tracker that would help locate the vessel once it fell down back to Earth, and the other that recorded altitude and distance traveled from the launch site. A radio transmitted the data to a computer array in a van. 

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 JULY 18, 2014 9:00 AM

http://azumamakoto.com/?p=5051

Jul 18, 2014

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