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Yang Yong is a chinese photographer based in the southern city of Shenzhen, his work focus in the new Chinese economy and young girls trying to find their way through the big cities.

More: http://hiddenroom.com/culture-and-art/on-edge-by-yang-yong.php
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Yelena Bryksenkova is a global citizen born in Saint Petersburg, Russia then followed the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and the Academy of Applied and Decorative Arts in Prague, Czech Republic where she received her BFA in Illustration in 2010.

More: http://hiddenroom.com/culture-and-art/the-illustrated-world-of-yelena-bryksenkova.php
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Matthew Riggieri(Director) and Michael Patrick O’Leary(Director of Photography) shot a 9 months Lip Sync Video in just a bit less of 4 minutes.

More: http://hiddenroom.com/video/9-months-2-minutes-music-video-lip-sync-shot-9-months-time-lapse.php
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A la Française is a graduation short animation movie by Julien Hazebroucq, Emmanuelle Leleu, Morrigane Boyer, William Lorton, Ren Hsien hsu

More: http://hiddenroom.com/video/la-francaise-supinfocom-arles-2012.php
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This is how Snowflake are forming as recorded under a microscope from Vyacheslav Ivanov in St. Petersburg.

More: http://hiddenroom.com/nature/forming-snowflakes.php
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Dean O’Callaghan created this wooden automated structure in an effort to mimic the effect of water drop as it hits a body of water.

More: http://hiddenroom.com/design/dean-ocallaghans-handcrafted-structure-mimics-raindrop-effect-hitting-water.php
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Li Hongbo is using stacks of layered paper to create statues that move, flex and contort into unreal shapes.

More: http://hiddenroom.com/culture-and-art/statues-motion-li-hongbo.php
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