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Geometric Pattern: Overlay / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Stealth / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Windmill / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Hexagon Flower: Colour/Black / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Hexagon Flower: Black/Colour / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Hexagon Flower: Colour/White / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Hexagon Flower: White/Colour / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Hexagon Flower / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Y Outline / Red Wolf

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When Pigs Fly / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Y / Red Wolf

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Philadelphia Navy Yard / Filthy Luker + Group X

This sea monster is an art installation by Luke Egan and Pete Hamilton — aka Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas — UK-based artists who have made an international name for themselves with gigantic inflatable tentacles. They were invited to create this temporary installation — just 45 days — by the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation — via WHYY

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Geometric Pattern: Star Lozenge / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Star / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Falling Rectangle / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Leaf: Black / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Leaf: White / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco: Peacock / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco: Curve / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco: Curve Outline / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Square Angle / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Arch / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Hexagon Ring / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Cube Stripe / Red Wolf

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Fox / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Tile / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Star / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Art Deco Diamond / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Weave / Red Wolf

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Silver Eagle: 1934 / Oscar Graubner

New York circa 1934. Margaret Bourke-White with her camera atop a stainless steel eagle projecting from the sixty-first floor of the Chrysler Building, overlooking Manhattan and the Hudson River. Gelatin silver print from a photograph by Bourke-White’s darkroom assistant Oscar Graubner. Her backdrop is Rockefeller Centre’s RCA Building, completed in 1933 — via Shorpy

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Geometric Pattern: Circle Nested / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Chevron / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Key Hook / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Cube Inset / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Diamond Weave / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Woven Rug / Red Wolf

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Tank / Stu Maschwitz

Introducing Tank, a new short film from Red Giant’s Chief Creative Officer, Stu Maschwitz. In a visual homage to vector arcade games of the 80’s (like Battlezone and Star Wars), Tank tells the story of a team of pilots that must take on a weapon of mass destruction in a battle to save their world.

Putting aside current 3D modelling techniques, Stu looked to the past and built the world of Tank entirely in Adobe After Effects, using maths, code, and hundreds of hours of painstaking animation work. Watch the Making of Tank to learn more about Stu’s journey in telling this visually unique story — via Youtube

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Geometric Pattern: Four Petal Stylised Flower / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Linked Hexagon / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Spiral / Red Wolf

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Geometric Pattern: Alternating Circles / Red Wolf

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