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Sleeper Cells by Suzanne Husky

Sleeper Cells by Suzanne Husky

I want to plop one of Suzanne Husky‘s Sleeper Cells in my backyard to use as an office.
Wood Worm Holes and the Forest of Phloem

Wood Worm Holes and the Forest of Phloem

What the heck is that title mean? Wood Worm Holes and the Forest of Phloem are titles of the new furnishings collections from Good Wives and…
Jordan Waraksa

Jordan Waraksa

Jordan Waraksa is an artist, designer, sculptor and musician based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He sent me a link to his website and I’m g…
Folly by Beth Katleman

Folly by Beth Katleman

Folly by Beth Katleman is a new show opening at Jane Hartsook Gallery that will showcase the artist’s installation of 3D porcelain …
Flying Saucers

Flying Saucers

“The Flying Saucers – In God We Trust” is a series of installations created by The Invisible Heroes. It was part of the SC…
The Hunter by Godspeed

The Hunter by Godspeed

Another new piece from Godspeed called The Hunter. Part wall sculpture, part deer head, part coatrack, The Hunter is made from collected raw…
Bench No. 3 by Floris Wubben

Bench No. 3 by Floris Wubben

Bench No. 3 is a design by Floris Wubben that asks the question of whether or not benches are for sitting. This beautiful specimen flows nat…
Light Guards by Manfred Kielnhofer

Light Guards by Manfred Kielnhofer

Manfred Kielnhofer has created a lighted series of his ghostly Time Guards. Representative of Christian iconography and perhaps something ou…
Dropping Anchor by Scabetti

Dropping Anchor by Scabetti

Photo: Fisher Hart Dropping Anchor is a sculpture created by Scabetti (Dominic and Frances Bromley) that lives in the entrance to the Intern…
A Breath of Life by Fraser Ross

A Breath of Life by Fraser Ross

Scotland-based artist and designer Fraser Ross presented his project A Breath of Life, an study of artificial plant life. Using Flexinol (ne…
The Tree by FARM

The Tree by FARM

FARM completed The Tree sculpture, which recently won the Singapore President Design Award 2010 for Design of the Year. The National Museum …
Sally Bridge Metal

Sally Bridge Metal

I’m usually not a huge fan of all-metal furniture, but Sally Bridge’s amazing sculptural furniture is a huge turn on for me. I t…
Curious Breakfast by Paper Donut

Curious Breakfast by Paper Donut

This yummy project called Curious Breakfast was made by French design studio Paper Donut. The pieces were created using paper from internati…
Ceramic Sneakers by Kang S. Lee

Ceramic Sneakers by Kang S. Lee

Kang S. Lee is a Korean artist living and working in Mexico City, Mexico. He has created a new series of sculptures paying homage to the Nik…
“T” Shirt Type Tees by Masashi Kawamura

“T” Shirt Type Tees by Masashi Kawamura

The “T” shirt is a project from Japanese Creative Director Masashi Kawamura, who has created a way to mix typography and couture…
Sleeper Cells by Suzanne Husky

Sleeper Cells by Suzanne Husky

I want to plop one of Suzanne Husky‘s Sleeper Cells in my backyard to use as an office.
Wood Worm Holes and the Forest of Phloem

Wood Worm Holes and the Forest of Phloem

What the heck is that title mean? Wood Worm Holes and the Forest of Phloem are titles of the new furnishings collections from Good Wives and…
Jordan Waraksa

Jordan Waraksa

Jordan Waraksa is an artist, designer, sculptor and musician based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He sent me a link to his website and I’m g…
Folly by Beth Katleman

Folly by Beth Katleman

Folly by Beth Katleman is a new show opening at Jane Hartsook Gallery that will showcase the artist’s installation of 3D porcelain …
Flying Saucers

Flying Saucers

“The Flying Saucers – In God We Trust” is a series of installations created by The Invisible Heroes. It was part of the SC…
The Hunter by Godspeed

The Hunter by Godspeed

Another new piece from Godspeed called The Hunter. Part wall sculpture, part deer head, part coatrack, The Hunter is made from collected raw…
Bench No. 3 by Floris Wubben

Bench No. 3 by Floris Wubben

Bench No. 3 is a design by Floris Wubben that asks the question of whether or not benches are for sitting. This beautiful specimen flows nat…
Light Guards by Manfred Kielnhofer

Light Guards by Manfred Kielnhofer

Manfred Kielnhofer has created a lighted series of his ghostly Time Guards. Representative of Christian iconography and perhaps something ou…
Dropping Anchor by Scabetti

Dropping Anchor by Scabetti

Photo: Fisher Hart Dropping Anchor is a sculpture created by Scabetti (Dominic and Frances Bromley) that lives in the entrance to the Intern…
A Breath of Life by Fraser Ross

A Breath of Life by Fraser Ross

Scotland-based artist and designer Fraser Ross presented his project A Breath of Life, an study of artificial plant life. Using Flexinol (ne…
The Tree by FARM

The Tree by FARM

FARM completed The Tree sculpture, which recently won the Singapore President Design Award 2010 for Design of the Year. The National Museum …
Sally Bridge Metal

Sally Bridge Metal

I’m usually not a huge fan of all-metal furniture, but Sally Bridge’s amazing sculptural furniture is a huge turn on for me. I t…
Curious Breakfast by Paper Donut

Curious Breakfast by Paper Donut

This yummy project called Curious Breakfast was made by French design studio Paper Donut. The pieces were created using paper from internati…
Ceramic Sneakers by Kang S. Lee

Ceramic Sneakers by Kang S. Lee

Kang S. Lee is a Korean artist living and working in Mexico City, Mexico. He has created a new series of sculptures paying homage to the Nik…
“T” Shirt Type Tees by Masashi Kawamura

“T” Shirt Type Tees by Masashi Kawamura

The “T” shirt is a project from Japanese Creative Director Masashi Kawamura, who has created a way to mix typography and couture…

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