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Teresa Batlle

Teresa Batlle, oniric and poetic paints. The artist Teresa Batlle is inspired by dreams, daydreams, images arising from the imagination in which symbols are handled very much in my own way. They are identified as: fish and especially water, nature and animals. Also interior quests, identifying

50s Online Shopping

Today, shopping while sitting in a comfy chair instead of aimlessly wandering around a store is becoming second nature to a lot of us, but in 1950, yes more than 65 years ago, it was already a hot new concept– albeit a concept the world perhaps just

Jorge Taboada

    "Alta densidad" is an aerial photography project by architect Jorge Taboada that documents the overcrowding and uniformity in which people live in low-cost houses that have multiplied in the suburbs of Mexico's cities. More INFO: https://jorgetaboada.wixsite.com/jorgetaboada