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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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Daylight Lamp Sculptures by Philippe Malouin

Daylight Lamp Sculptures by Philippe Malouin

Montreal-born, London-based designer Philippe Malouin recently debuted a series of lamps entitled Daylight. The collection has a similar fee…
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…
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…
Crayon Sculptures by Christian Faur

Crayon Sculptures by Christian Faur

Remember that smell when you opened a fresh box of crayons when you were a kid? I found it completely intoxicating. It’s what I imagin…
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…
The Heirloom by Nikki George Ferguson

The Heirloom by Nikki George Ferguson

Everyone has special possessions or treasures that they hold onto in hopes of eventually passing them down to others in the family. Nikki Ge…
Modular Woodworking by Jacob Granat

Modular Woodworking by Jacob Granat

We just featured Swedish designer Jacob Granat in one of our recent Friday Fives. He’s a recent grad with a keen and thoughtful eye wh…
Communications Through Time by Codi Goodis and Richard Wismer

Communications Through Time by Codi Goodis and Richard Wismer

A graphic designer daughter named Codi Goodis and her architect father named Richard Wismer partnered up for a personal project they call Co…
Spaces Etc. Exhibition by Ron Gilad

Spaces Etc. Exhibition by Ron Gilad

The Spaces Etc. / An exercise in utility exhibition by Ron Gilad is one that really grabbed my attention. The simple enameled brass and silv…
Shio Otherworldly Lights Made from Salt by Daniel MacDonald

Shio Otherworldly Lights Made from Salt by Daniel MacDonald

Inspired by a childhood trip to Yellowstone National Park, Daniel MacDonald invented a way to create these orb-like sculptures that he calls…
Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Currently on view in two different New York City art galleries are two different pieces with something in common: behind-the-scenes secrets.…
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Falling Leaves Typography by Twan van Keulen

Falling Leaves Typography by Twan van Keulen

Graphic designer Twan van Keulen was inspired by fallen leaves, and cut them into letters a,b, and c, as well as a bird in flight. I’d…
Glass Collection by Fabrica for Secondome

Glass Collection by Fabrica for Secondome

You may remember Fabrica for their innovative designs that we’ve featured before. They’re back with their new limited edition gl…
Sculptural Copper Tubing Furniture and Art by TJ Volonis

Sculptural Copper Tubing Furniture and Art by TJ Volonis

Brooklyn-based artist/designer TJ Volonis makes the most amazing sculptures and furniture out of copper tubing. The patterns and dimension c…
One by One by Alejandro Cerón

One by One by Alejandro Cerón

One by One is a series of chairs and stools by designer Alejandro Cerón where craft and mass production meet. His thoughts are that mass pr…
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
Daylight Lamp Sculptures by Philippe Malouin

Daylight Lamp Sculptures by Philippe Malouin

Montreal-born, London-based designer Philippe Malouin recently debuted a series of lamps entitled Daylight. The collection has a similar fee…
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…
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…
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…
The Heirloom by Nikki George Ferguson

The Heirloom by Nikki George Ferguson

Everyone has special possessions or treasures that they hold onto in hopes of eventually passing them down to others in the family. Nikki Ge…
Modular Woodworking by Jacob Granat

Modular Woodworking by Jacob Granat

We just featured Swedish designer Jacob Granat in one of our recent Friday Fives. He’s a recent grad with a keen and thoughtful eye wh…
Communications Through Time by Codi Goodis and Richard Wismer

Communications Through Time by Codi Goodis and Richard Wismer

A graphic designer daughter named Codi Goodis and her architect father named Richard Wismer partnered up for a personal project they call Co…
Spaces Etc. Exhibition by Ron Gilad

Spaces Etc. Exhibition by Ron Gilad

The Spaces Etc. / An exercise in utility exhibition by Ron Gilad is one that really grabbed my attention. The simple enameled brass and silv…
Shio Otherworldly Lights Made from Salt by Daniel MacDonald

Shio Otherworldly Lights Made from Salt by Daniel MacDonald

Inspired by a childhood trip to Yellowstone National Park, Daniel MacDonald invented a way to create these orb-like sculptures that he calls…
Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Currently on view in two different New York City art galleries are two different pieces with something in common: behind-the-scenes secrets.…
Unframed
Falling Leaves Typography by Twan van Keulen

Falling Leaves Typography by Twan van Keulen

Graphic designer Twan van Keulen was inspired by fallen leaves, and cut them into letters a,b, and c, as well as a bird in flight. I’d…
Glass Collection by Fabrica for Secondome

Glass Collection by Fabrica for Secondome

You may remember Fabrica for their innovative designs that we’ve featured before. They’re back with their new limited edition gl…
Sculptural Copper Tubing Furniture and Art by TJ Volonis

Sculptural Copper Tubing Furniture and Art by TJ Volonis

Brooklyn-based artist/designer TJ Volonis makes the most amazing sculptures and furniture out of copper tubing. The patterns and dimension c…
One by One by Alejandro Cerón

One by One by Alejandro Cerón

One by One is a series of chairs and stools by designer Alejandro Cerón where craft and mass production meet. His thoughts are that mass pr…

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