Antonis Vasilakis

Antonis Vasilakis

Antonis Vasilakis
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This flat, titled “33 Kinds of Joys of Life”, has been thoughtfully designed to be as open and transparent as possible, avoiding barriers and bisecting walls wherever possible. The openness and immense amount of natural light allow for an interesting interior motif that’s surprisingly quite dark with calming tones of blue and grey.

This flat, titled Kinds of Joys of Life”, has been thoughtfully designed to be as open and transparent as possible, avoiding barriers and bisecting walls wherever possible. The openness and immense amount of natural light allow for an interesting inte

Deleter tourist in your travel photo

not diy but i must remember this. Your Photos Will Never Be The Same - LoL Champ - Delete tourists from your travel photos with this Photoshop trick.

New York artist Jim Hodges has created these beautiful works. It's hard to get an idea of scale in these images.

Diy with rocks and metallic paint.New York artist Jim Hodges has created these beautiful works. It's hard to get an idea of scale in these images.

Painter Peter Zimmermann has moved his colorful hues from canvas to floor in his latest exhibition "Freiburg School," at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany. The installation is composed of bright blue, pink, and peach resin that appears like a candy-colored lagoon beneath the feet of mus

For his latest exhibition, ‘Freiburg School,’ at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany, artist Peter Zimmermann has covered the gallery floor with vibrantly colored resin.

Painter Peter Zimmermann has moved his colorful hues from canvas to floor in his latest exhibition "Freiburg School," at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany. The installation is composed of bright blue, pink, and peach resin that appears like a candy-colored lagoon beneath the feet of mus

Square Feet of Candy-Colored Resin Layered Onto the Floor of a German Museum - Painter Peter Zimmermann has moved his colorful hues from canvas to floor in his latest exhibition "Freiburg School," at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany.

Painter Peter Zimmermann has moved his colorful hues from canvas to floor in his latest exhibition "Freiburg School," at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany. The installation is composed of bright blue, pink, and peach resin that appears like a candy-colored lagoon beneath the feet of mus

For his latest exhibition “Freiburg School,” at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany, painter Peter Zimmermann covers the square foot gallery floor with vibrantly colored resin.