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Chimecco Kinetic Sculpture

Chimecco Kinetic Sculpture

Chimecco is an interactive instrument and kinetic sculpture by artist, architect, and designer Mark Nixon, which was recently exhibited at S…
2011 Festival des Architectures Vives

2011 Festival des Architectures Vives

The 6th Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architecture) was held through June 19, 2011. This year, 11 teams were selected…
Ted Noten: 7 Necessities

Ted Noten: 7 Necessities

Ornamentum Gallery contemporary jewelry exhibit during Design Miami/ Basel 2011 June 15-19, 2011. In this exhibition, Netherlands artist Ted…
Metropolis from Lladró

Metropolis from Lladró

Lladró‘s new collection, Metropolis, is a series of functional objects including vases, lamps, mirrors, and boxes all in the shape of…
Growing Vases

Growing Vases

Growing Vases is a design concept created by Nendo in collaboration with Fabio Novembre for Czech glass and lighting company Lasvit.
Scott Weaver’s San Francisco Made of 100,000 Toothpicks

Scott Weaver’s San Francisco Made of 100,000 Toothpicks

Maybe I’ve been living under a rock, but I just found out about Scott Weaver‘s marble run sculpture of San Francisco, which he m…
Fred Eerdekens

Fred Eerdekens

Fred Eerdekens plays with light and shadow using a variety of materials — from plants to wire to cereal boxes — to spell out wor…
Security Is Mostly A Superstition by Julia Chiang

Security Is Mostly A Superstition by Julia Chiang

Brooklyn-based artist Julia Chiang’s most recent exhibition, Security Is Mostly A Superstition, opened this month at Half Gallery in N…
Audi A7 Made of Paper

Audi A7 Made of Paper

Yes, a paper Audi A7. Well, not life-sized, but the biggest papercraft car model at 4 ft x 2 ft x 2 ft — and it’s anatomically c…
Mutation #1 by Hugo Arcier

Mutation #1 by Hugo Arcier

Mutation #1 by Hugo Arcier is a sculpture created through 3D digital printing.  Also an IKEA hack, its size enabling perfect insertion into…
Through the Barricades

Through the Barricades

Angelo Bramanti and Giuseppe Siracusa are L017 and this is one of their art pieces entitled Through the Barricades. Check out a closeup of t…
Greg Bogin

Greg Bogin

Loving the minimalist art of Greg Bogin.
Bradford Teasdale

Bradford Teasdale

Bradford Teasdale works with concrete creating custom installations, mosaics, furniture and fine art. I got to see his work in person at the…
Amy Genser

Amy Genser

While at the Architectural Digest Home Show, I discovered the amazing artwork of Amy Genser. These mixed media relief pieces are made of rol…
Emoticons by Tomas Ekström

Emoticons by Tomas Ekström

Designer and illustrator Tomas Ekström‘s new project, Emoticons, tries to unearth and explain the emotional valence of the fundamenta…
Chimecco Kinetic Sculpture

Chimecco Kinetic Sculpture

Chimecco is an interactive instrument and kinetic sculpture by artist, architect, and designer Mark Nixon, which was recently exhibited at S…
2011 Festival des Architectures Vives

2011 Festival des Architectures Vives

The 6th Festival des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architecture) was held through June 19, 2011. This year, 11 teams were selected…
Ted Noten: 7 Necessities

Ted Noten: 7 Necessities

Ornamentum Gallery contemporary jewelry exhibit during Design Miami/ Basel 2011 June 15-19, 2011. In this exhibition, Netherlands artist Ted…
Metropolis from Lladró

Metropolis from Lladró

Lladró‘s new collection, Metropolis, is a series of functional objects including vases, lamps, mirrors, and boxes all in the shape of…
Growing Vases

Growing Vases

Growing Vases is a design concept created by Nendo in collaboration with Fabio Novembre for Czech glass and lighting company Lasvit.
Scott Weaver’s San Francisco Made of 100,000 Toothpicks

Scott Weaver’s San Francisco Made of 100,000 Toothpicks

Maybe I’ve been living under a rock, but I just found out about Scott Weaver‘s marble run sculpture of San Francisco, which he m…
Fred Eerdekens

Fred Eerdekens

Fred Eerdekens plays with light and shadow using a variety of materials — from plants to wire to cereal boxes — to spell out wor…
Security Is Mostly A Superstition by Julia Chiang

Security Is Mostly A Superstition by Julia Chiang

Brooklyn-based artist Julia Chiang’s most recent exhibition, Security Is Mostly A Superstition, opened this month at Half Gallery in N…
Audi A7 Made of Paper

Audi A7 Made of Paper

Yes, a paper Audi A7. Well, not life-sized, but the biggest papercraft car model at 4 ft x 2 ft x 2 ft — and it’s anatomically c…
Mutation #1 by Hugo Arcier

Mutation #1 by Hugo Arcier

Mutation #1 by Hugo Arcier is a sculpture created through 3D digital printing.  Also an IKEA hack, its size enabling perfect insertion into…
Through the Barricades

Through the Barricades

Angelo Bramanti and Giuseppe Siracusa are L017 and this is one of their art pieces entitled Through the Barricades. Check out a closeup of t…
Greg Bogin

Greg Bogin

Loving the minimalist art of Greg Bogin.
Bradford Teasdale

Bradford Teasdale

Bradford Teasdale works with concrete creating custom installations, mosaics, furniture and fine art. I got to see his work in person at the…
Amy Genser

Amy Genser

While at the Architectural Digest Home Show, I discovered the amazing artwork of Amy Genser. These mixed media relief pieces are made of rol…
Emoticons by Tomas Ekström

Emoticons by Tomas Ekström

Designer and illustrator Tomas Ekström‘s new project, Emoticons, tries to unearth and explain the emotional valence of the fundamenta…

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