Harper's Bazaar's April 2012 photo shoot with Mila Kunis is centered around a fun carousel theme! It shows the actress in charming and creative outfits, which match the light and carefree atmosphere of the merry-go-round. The photographs are filled with rich colors, lights, and life. Both Kunis and the carousel are stunning, creating a gorgeous combination in these shots.
Posts by Shefali Netke
Doris Salcedo created an installation titled “1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings” at Istanbul Biennial. In 2002, Salcedo placed 280 chairs at the Palace of Justice in Bogot “to pay homage to those killed here in a failed guerrilla coup seventeen years earlier.” In 2003, she filled the Istanbul Biennial space between two buildings with 1,550 chairs “evoking the masses of faceless migrants who underpin our globalised economy.
Berndnaut Smilde's cloud creations within rooms are simply magical! The Amsterdam-based artist was able to achieve this with the combination of smoke, moisture, and dramatic lighting. It is interesting how the his work only exists for that brief period of time physically, but can still have a powerful impact after it is gone. Smilde often experiments with the concept of “the physical presence of transitional spaces.” Nimbus I (featured above)
Make Some Design is behind this wonderfully creative Web Lovers Edition of Monopoly, featuring the most prominent companies on the Internet as properties. The clever substitutions made for the features of the board are especially entertaining. Instead of the “Go to Jail” option, it is “Go to the Real World” and “Community Chest” is “Silicon Valley.