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Ikeda Manabu

Ikeda Manabu

“Hanakamakiri” by Ikeda Manabu. Pen and acrylic on paper. 2004.
Andre Wagner

Andre Wagner

Berlin photographer Andre Wagner creates negative space in the best of ways.
Pinto Design Clothes Stand

Pinto Design Clothes Stand

A clothes stand you can place anywhere from Pinto Design. Your garments will appear as if they’re floating. Awesome!
Kamina

Kamina

These are some of the craziest, awesome products I’ve seen. Loving that quirky Chanel-looking cabinet!
Luke Rudolf

Luke Rudolf

Luke Rudolf produces some seriously striking portraits with oil, acrylic and canvas.
Tilman Faelker

Tilman Faelker

Tilman Faelker’s recent illustration for a major German broadcast station. The brief was to create a more abstract piece that deals wi…
Steve Poxson

Steve Poxson

Steve Poxson’s latest work uses a flatbed scanner to capture various objects — in this case, insects!
Oscar Diaz

Oscar Diaz

“Found” is a super light, metal-coated cutlery, made by editing plastic bottles found at the local supermarket. Genius.
Studio KMO

Studio KMO

Karen draws Paris with pen and paper. Insane talent here!
Sam Songailo

Sam Songailo

Acrylic on canvas — can you believe it?
Joe Ryckebosch

Joe Ryckebosch

“The land looks more alive in ways I cannot even describe. Expanse and advance through endless miles.” 2009 mixed media on found…
My Holiday Wishlist: Erin

My Holiday Wishlist: Erin

We don’t do gift guides here on Design Milk because, well, everyone does them. We like to be different. So we decided to go in another…
Darren Waterston

Darren Waterston

Work from Darren Waterston at Kohn Gallery.
Central Illustration

Central Illustration

I just bought a new house, and you’d better believe I’m going to decorate the entire thing around this pillow.
Ben Turnbull

Ben Turnbull

Great carving work from Ben Turnbull. [via Today and Tomorrow]
Ikeda Manabu

Ikeda Manabu

“Hanakamakiri” by Ikeda Manabu. Pen and acrylic on paper. 2004.
Andre Wagner

Andre Wagner

Berlin photographer Andre Wagner creates negative space in the best of ways.
Pinto Design Clothes Stand

Pinto Design Clothes Stand

A clothes stand you can place anywhere from Pinto Design. Your garments will appear as if they’re floating. Awesome!
Kamina

Kamina

These are some of the craziest, awesome products I’ve seen. Loving that quirky Chanel-looking cabinet!
Luke Rudolf

Luke Rudolf

Luke Rudolf produces some seriously striking portraits with oil, acrylic and canvas.
Tilman Faelker

Tilman Faelker

Tilman Faelker’s recent illustration for a major German broadcast station. The brief was to create a more abstract piece that deals wi…
Steve Poxson

Steve Poxson

Steve Poxson’s latest work uses a flatbed scanner to capture various objects — in this case, insects!
Oscar Diaz

Oscar Diaz

“Found” is a super light, metal-coated cutlery, made by editing plastic bottles found at the local supermarket. Genius.
Studio KMO

Studio KMO

Karen draws Paris with pen and paper. Insane talent here!
Sam Songailo

Sam Songailo

Acrylic on canvas — can you believe it?
Joe Ryckebosch

Joe Ryckebosch

“The land looks more alive in ways I cannot even describe. Expanse and advance through endless miles.” 2009 mixed media on found…
My Holiday Wishlist: Erin

My Holiday Wishlist: Erin

We don’t do gift guides here on Design Milk because, well, everyone does them. We like to be different. So we decided to go in another…
Darren Waterston

Darren Waterston

Work from Darren Waterston at Kohn Gallery.
Central Illustration

Central Illustration

I just bought a new house, and you’d better believe I’m going to decorate the entire thing around this pillow.
Ben Turnbull

Ben Turnbull

Great carving work from Ben Turnbull. [via Today and Tomorrow]

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