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London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

The V&A was bursting at the seams with installations for London Design Festival 2012. Here are three of the best - nendo's Mimicry Chairs, B…
Ceramic Speaks in the Street by Daria Makarenko

Ceramic Speaks in the Street by Daria Makarenko

"Ceramic Speaks in the Street" is a series of street art by Russian artist Daria Makarenko where missing bricks or stones on a wall or panel…
Geometric Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani

Geometric Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani

New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani is taking tape to the next level and beyond. He creates geometric, site-specific works of art using ta…
Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

London- and Berlin-based architects Nilsson Pflugfelder were invited by FLACC Workplace For Visual Artists to partake in the European contem…
Giant Carpet Made from Disposable Plastic Tableware by We Make Carpets

Giant Carpet Made from Disposable Plastic Tableware by We Make Carpets

We’re revisiting the work of We Make Carpets because, well, they’ve been up to a lot lately! My favorite recent installation of …
Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient is a light installation by the Atlanta, Georgia-based artist Pablo Gnecco. The temporary piece was made from 16 yards of tulle tha…
Amazing Light and Shadow Art by Kumi Yamashita

Amazing Light and Shadow Art by Kumi Yamashita

Living and working in New York City, Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita has a series of work using simple shapes and objects with light to creat…
Ghostly Interior for the PLAY Project by Ka-Lai Chan

Ghostly Interior for the PLAY Project by Ka-Lai Chan

The PLAY Project is a community-based art project that Dutch designer Ka-Lai Chan is a part of in which artists and temporary inhabitants do…
Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Céline Merhand and Anaïs Morel are the designers behind the French label, Les M, and they’ve created an environment to explore all f…
Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Most NYC contemporary art galleries take a break in the summer, so in anticipation of the approaching year (Sept-July), I’m taking a look…
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Magazine and Newspaper Sculptures by Yun-Woo Choi

Magazine and Newspaper Sculptures by Yun-Woo Choi

Korean-born, New York City-based artist Yun-Woo Choi creates the most mind-blowing sculptures I’ve ever seen. He uses things like maga…
Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

British artist and lighting designer Bruce Munro recently opened an outdoor exhibition at Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens entitled Lig…
Peter Root’s Ephemicropolis – A City of Staples

Peter Root’s Ephemicropolis – A City of Staples

Have you ever been bored at your desk and started playing around with your office supplies? Well, artist Peter Root took your everyday stapl…
The LivingSculpture 3D Module System

The LivingSculpture 3D Module System

Berlin-based Christopher Bauder from WHITEvoid teamed up with Philips to create the LivingSculpture 3D module system. Made using Organic Lig…
Need A Pick Me Up? Paint A Rainbow

Need A Pick Me Up? Paint A Rainbow

Sometimes, when you’re feeling blue, all you need to change your mood is something to make you smile. Well, how’s this for a moo…
2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

The 2012 Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architecture) was held this year from June 13-17th in Montpellier, France. Ele…
London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

London Design Festival 2012: Installations at the V&A

The V&A was bursting at the seams with installations for London Design Festival 2012. Here are three of the best - nendo's Mimicry Chairs, B…
Ceramic Speaks in the Street by Daria Makarenko

Ceramic Speaks in the Street by Daria Makarenko

"Ceramic Speaks in the Street" is a series of street art by Russian artist Daria Makarenko where missing bricks or stones on a wall or panel…
Geometric Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani

Geometric Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani

New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani is taking tape to the next level and beyond. He creates geometric, site-specific works of art using ta…
Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

Verbandkammer Flexible, Multifunctional Workspace by Nilsson Pflugfelder

London- and Berlin-based architects Nilsson Pflugfelder were invited by FLACC Workplace For Visual Artists to partake in the European contem…
Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient Interactive Light Installation by Pablo Gnecco

Transient is a light installation by the Atlanta, Georgia-based artist Pablo Gnecco. The temporary piece was made from 16 yards of tulle tha…
Amazing Light and Shadow Art by Kumi Yamashita

Amazing Light and Shadow Art by Kumi Yamashita

Living and working in New York City, Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita has a series of work using simple shapes and objects with light to creat…
Ghostly Interior for the PLAY Project by Ka-Lai Chan

Ghostly Interior for the PLAY Project by Ka-Lai Chan

The PLAY Project is a community-based art project that Dutch designer Ka-Lai Chan is a part of in which artists and temporary inhabitants do…
Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Sensorium Exhibition: A Space Devoted to the Five Senses

Céline Merhand and Anaïs Morel are the designers behind the French label, Les M, and they’ve created an environment to explore all f…
Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Most NYC contemporary art galleries take a break in the summer, so in anticipation of the approaching year (Sept-July), I’m taking a look…
Unframed
Magazine and Newspaper Sculptures by Yun-Woo Choi

Magazine and Newspaper Sculptures by Yun-Woo Choi

Korean-born, New York City-based artist Yun-Woo Choi creates the most mind-blowing sculptures I’ve ever seen. He uses things like maga…
Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

Light: Installations by Bruce Munro

British artist and lighting designer Bruce Munro recently opened an outdoor exhibition at Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens entitled Lig…
Peter Root’s Ephemicropolis – A City of Staples

Peter Root’s Ephemicropolis – A City of Staples

Have you ever been bored at your desk and started playing around with your office supplies? Well, artist Peter Root took your everyday stapl…
The LivingSculpture 3D Module System

The LivingSculpture 3D Module System

Berlin-based Christopher Bauder from WHITEvoid teamed up with Philips to create the LivingSculpture 3D module system. Made using Organic Lig…
Need A Pick Me Up? Paint A Rainbow

Need A Pick Me Up? Paint A Rainbow

Sometimes, when you’re feeling blue, all you need to change your mood is something to make you smile. Well, how’s this for a moo…
2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

2012 Festival des Architectures Vives

The 2012 Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architecture) was held this year from June 13-17th in Montpellier, France. Ele…

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