Black and white reflection

The Art Of Black And White Photography

reflection image distortion taking a picture with your camera facing into water or other reflective surfaces seeing images reflected

I like this picture because the contrast between the light squares and dark squares really stands out. Also, the shadow of the top squares looks really cool

Through this photo, the SHAPE are created through the usage of shadows and contrast in a black/white photo. The shape most prevalent and easily seen are squares.

Fritz Panzer

Life size large scale wire sculpture by Fritz Panzer - such an interesting concept, looks like a real-life sketch drawing.

Altro Spazio by MASSIMO UBERTI

Altro Spazio by MASSIMO UBERTI

Olafur Eliasson installs gigantic riverbed in Danish museum Lousiana (Copenhagen)

For his first solo exhibition, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has filled an entire wing of Denmark's Louisiana Museum of Modern Art with a landscape of stones meant to emulate a riverbed (+ slideshow).

A Space Defined in Neon. Neon Light Installations by Massimo Uberti via Yellowtrace.

Massimo Uberti: Neon Light Installations

314 Architecture Studio designs Greek optometrist's store to look like a gallery

Athens-based 314 Architecture Studio has converted a listed building in Chalkida, Greece, into an eyewear store, pairing mirrored furniture with white surfaces. The studio, founded by Pavlos Chatziangelidis in based the design for the optometris

Olafur Eliasson's Sun installation at Tate Modern

Olafur Eliasson - Sun installation (Tate Modern, London, UK) - bucket list if it's still there

Ryue Nishizawa, Moriyama House, Tokyo, 2005. by Ikimono Architects

Ryue Nishizawa, Moriyama House, Tokyo, by Ikimono Architects Study model/diagram that is showing the connection between all the different spaces within the one building

Dining Room | Astley Castle, England | Witherford Watson Mann Architects (2013) | Photo: Richard Powers

Inside five awe-inspiring ‘superhouses’: The dining room at Astley Castle, England, Witherford Watson Mann architects, Photo © Richard Powers.

Do Ho Soh art installation; Transparent polyester fabric over wire frame; fabric structure.

Do Ho Suh, "Staircase-IV," 2004 a site-specific installation meticulously stitched out of a translucent red nylon fabric -- is a monumental and powerfully abstract rendering of Do-Ho Suh's New York apartment staircase in scale.