Julie Enevoldsen

Julie Enevoldsen

Julie Enevoldsen
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Mae La Refugee Camp

Mae La Refugee Camp

Ethnic Karen Burmese students study at a middle school inside the Mae La refugee camp, June 7, 2012 in Tak province, Thailand. The camp is situated along the Burma-Thailand border and is home to around 50,000 refugees. (Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

Ethnic Karen Burmese students study at a middle school inside the Mae La refugee camp, June 7, 2012 in Tak province, Thailand. The camp is situated along the Burma-Thailand border and is home to around 50,000 refugees. (Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

Refugee boy from Myanmar (Burma) at Mae La Refugee Camp. Many people have fled fighting in Myanmar (Burma) over the last 10 or more years / UNHCR / R. Arnold / January 2008

Refugee boy from Myanmar (Burma) at Mae La Refugee Camp. Many people have fled fighting in Myanmar (Burma) over the last 10 or more years / UNHCR / R. Arnold / January 2008

A 27-year-old refugee mother of three from Myanmar, walks through a refugee camp in Thailand with her youngest on her back. UNHCR’s Safe Mot...

A 27-year-old refugee mother of three from Myanmar, walks through a refugee camp in Thailand with her youngest on her back. UNHCR’s Safe Mot...

Pim's (another student at Jen's House) grandmother and her friend.  They wear traditional Karen clothing and beads.  The beads are worn because they are beautiful.  This picture was taken at Ni ki's brother's house during the string tying ceremony, which occurs every year

Pim's (another student at Jen's House) grandmother and her friend. They wear traditional Karen clothing and beads. The beads are worn because they are beautiful. This picture was taken at Ni ki's brother's house during the string tying ceremony, which occurs every year

Myanmar (Burma) z and a wear these dots of paste on their faces, too!

Myanmar (Burma) z and a wear these dots of paste on their faces, too!

Pia Jensen - The Infinity of the Room

Pia Jensen - The Infinity of the Room

neon light art

neon light art

white light, both literally and figuratively

white light, both literally and figuratively

Hexagonal patterns are made out of various materials like acrylic, tiles, and wood, and cover all of the walls and the floor, turning the space into a textural wonderland.    Read more at Design Milk: http://design-milk.com/the-infinity-of-the-room-by-pia-jensen/#ixzz2CCLjAS5T

Hexagonal patterns are made out of various materials like acrylic, tiles, and wood, and cover all of the walls and the floor, turning the space into a textural wonderland. Read more at Design Milk: http://design-milk.com/the-infinity-of-the-room-by-pia-jensen/#ixzz2CCLjAS5T