“Freeing Buildings From Their Spatial Context” by S. Weiss

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“Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.”

Hamburg-based photographer Sebastian Weiss uses photography like painting. Try to look at the photos, not for what is literally in them, but purely as shapes, colors, and composition. The architecture is stunning on its own, but Weiss’s framing enhances their beauty all the more.

>> Keep up with his work on Instagram.
>> See Sebastian Weiss’s portfolio at le-blanc.com.

“How to Use a Business Card” by Marco Oggian

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perfect to fix table legs

perfect to fix table legs

perfect for making card castles (if you are able to do it)

perfect for making card castles (if you are able to do it)

perfect as a soup spoon

perfect as a soup spoon

perfect as a knife

perfect as a knife

perfect as a clip

perfect as a clip

perfect as a stick for a trap

perfect as a stick for a trap

In a brilliant promotion for his new business cards, Italian artist Marco Oggian, who describes himself as a “young nuclear physicist,” created a pragmatic list of uses for the business cards, which includes my favorite: “perfect as a stick for a trap.”

>> See more of Marco Oggian’s work at marcoggian.info.