Inside a book

Inside every book there is a story. Seems logical, right? But what happens when that story comes to life? The words become images, the feelings acquire profound expression. They become pure magic as inside the wild imagination of a child. Scary trees of dark forests start to raise from the pages, lovers try to reach each other, weird creatures start to live… Like an architecture of thoughts. Brick by brick, page by page, word by word to build a fantasy.

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Melting

What if the world would be a big ice cream?

No feeling of time passing. Only memories. Melting. Flowing. Like the life inside a surreal painting of Dali, everything seems a colorful, hand-painted dream. The walls and ceiling are coming down by big black chocolate drops, the furniture is diving into the floor… The perishable human existence and the fast going nature of time.

It’s July. Nothing can stop it!

Hot-lanta Installation inside an Atlanta Subway Station, By Ted Freeman, Via ABC News

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Feed Me Garbage

Trash cans – the words that make us think of waste, dirt, some kind of ugliness and forgetfulness. Getting rid of everything we don’t need anymore makes us ignore the outside aspects of the recipient that receives our garbage… Why would we need more than an impersonal box to throw away the useless things?!?!

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Cities of the Dead

The afterlife… What awaits us beyond the limits of our physical existence and our imagination is more or less a secret. The unknown.

01. Cemetery of the Capuchin Fathers, Rome, Italy (beneath the Church of the Immaculate Conception)

Like a place brought to life from grotesque stories… More than 4,000 skeletal remains believed to be Capuchin friars buried by their order stand next to the walls on display. The bones and skulls of the deceased monks are being used  for altars, out-of-this-world wall decorations, creepy chandeliers and hideous frescoes. Created to inspire people to prayer and meditation, it looks more like a terrifying sight that gives shivers to the visitors.

Described by Frommer’s as “one of the most horrifying images in all of Christendom“, but considered by Catholic order “a silent reminder of the swift passage of life on Earth“.

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