Powerful image by Mark Seliger

Tattooed arms from prisoners of Nazi concentration camps. The numbers replaced their names while at the camps. They were tattooed on so that they could be easily tracked by the Germans. This is why we study history. So this never happens again.

Walter Pichler, Small Room (Prototype 4), 1967. Photo: Werner Kaligofsky

Walter Pichler TV Helmet (Portable Living Room), 1967 T he work of the Austrian artist and architect Walter Pichler is not well known, d.

Man Ray

Fang Mask, Central Gabon photographed by Paris-based American Modernist artist Man Ray

Mitchell Hartman, YukaT, 2011

Mitchell Hartman, YukaT, 2011 from the Fragmented Vision series

Harry Nyquist, Portrait of a Portrait, 2000.

Harry Nyquist, Portrait of a Portrait, 2000 Interesting hanging.

by Graham Caldwell | via tumblr

Brooklyn-based artist Graham Caldwell creates glass-based installations which explore issues about surveillance, threat and self-obsession. Using many separate glass parts, usually mounted to a wal…


BRICK: A molded rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln until hard and used as a building and paving material.

Zhang Huan, Family Tree, 2000

Zhang Huan Zhang Huan – Family Tree, 2000 Family Tree is a performance piece by Chinese artist Zhang Huan. Three calligraphers wrote a combination of names known to Zhang Huan, personal stories, learned tales and random thoughts on Huan’s face.

Lost of identity

Viscose jersey cocoon dress by Hussein Chalayan, glass “pupa” headpiece by Emi Fujita for Hussein Chalayan / on TTL Design

mass individualism

Selected wide angle views of futuristic locations, shot by the German photographer Christian Stoll. "Most of these images are part of worldwide