Coffee Universe" is a series of brilliant photo manipulations by Hungarian artist Flora Borsi, that combine pictures of urban landscapes with beautiful coffee and cream swirls, revealing imaginary backdrops in the space between the buildings. Speaking about the project she says, “Have you ever noticed how beautiful coffee can be? I’ve created something that is different than what you’ve seen so far. This is my Coffee Universe.” 

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For her ongoing project titled “Tiny PMS Match”, designer Inka Mathew created a series of photographs matching small everyday objects to their Pantone color equivalences. Mathew came up with the idea for the project one morning, while looking at the plants in her yard, “My attention was captured by these intense bright blue little flowers called Veronica Georgia Blue.” she explains, “A question popped in my head, ‘I wonder what PMS color is that?’ The design-geek in me urged me to pick a bloom and try to find a matching Pantone color for it. It was PMS 2726.” After posting her initial photograph her followers have requested more Pantone matches, and since then she has been collecting various objects to pair

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Brazilian photographer Cassio Vasconcellos creates virtually impossible aerial views of giant parking lots that extend indefinitely. His pictures are made up of thousands of individual photos. Rows of cars are photographed from above and then reassembled into a single seamless composite image, creating entire walls of them to great effect. Seen from a distance, the huge panels resemble large mosaics composed of thousands of individual colored tiles. On closer examination, however they reveal the intricacy and complexity of Vasconcellos’ masterful compositions.

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