Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Polish designer Aleksandra Gaca

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Who can resist the charm of these stools designed by the Polish textile designer Aleksandra Gaca for Belgian publisher Casalis. She has won many international prizes for her experimental work in textile design. She lives and works as an independent textile designer in Delft, The Netherlands.

Photos © Casalis

Monday, 27 June 2011

The Reverse Graffiti Project

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Reverse graffiti artist Moose makes a big statement about clean in San Francisco's Broadway Tunnel. Shot by documentarian Doug Pray in 2008. For more information visit.

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Tim Minchin's Storm the Animated Movie

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Tim Minchin's 9-minute outstanding beat poem Storm. Written and performed by Tim Minchin. Directed and animated by DC Turner. Produced by Tracy King. www.stormmovie.net www.timminchin.com www.kershoot.com
WATCH THIS. You won’t regret it, then you should share it with everyone.

Knitted City

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Street lights, bollards, statues and cars are in colour wool. Public art project tells stories of tradition and modernity. Magda Sayeg, founder of the original knit graffiti crew Knitta Please, has started artistic performances in 2005. When she’s not knitting, Magda is busy as the entrepreneur behind the Houston landmark Cafe Brasil and Domy Books, a progressive gallery/bookstore hybrid. She lives in Austin, Texas. via


Saturday, 25 June 2011

Andrea Galvani

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Andrea Galvani is an artist able to overcome the limitations of the photographic medium. He is fascinated by science and representative models, as well as the multiplicity of languages​​, symbols and their relationship with history.
Winner of the prestigious New York Location One Residency Program for the year 2008/2009 has developed numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad. [via]

Thursday, 23 June 2011

Hand-stitched portraits by Daniel Kornrumpf

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These stuning hand-stitched portrait by Daniel Kornrumpf are really something. I love the contours and cracks.  It looks almost like a painting. Daniel allow us to stop thinking about the embroidery as an activity performed by women of other times but as an artistic medium. via




Monday, 20 June 2011

Spin me

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Stuff to make. Love the idea. Via



Tang Yau Hoong

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Tang’s work it’s pretty cool stuff and I must say he really talented illustrator. Check out more of his  things here.





Friday, 17 June 2011

Geoff McFetridge

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LA-based Geoff McFetridge is the multidisciplinary artist who has worked with poetry, animation, graphic design, creating title sequences for movies like Virgin Suicides, Adaptation and Where The Wild Things Are as well as the skateboard ramps seen in the Art in the Streets exhibition. Last week in Copenhagen he opened his show US AS A LOGO at the V1 Gallery. [via]




Clinton Friedman

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A botanical prints by photographer Clinton Friedman made on the cushions. All are made of 100 percent cotton and come in a choice of white, natural or seed cloth.  Available at Weylandts. via elledecoration



Thursday, 16 June 2011

Zero

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Absolutely beautiful story and the graphics & audio, brilliant! Zero is a 12'32 stop motion animation written and directed by Christopher Kezelos and produced by Christine Kezelos. For more information, visit zeroshortfilm.com or like us on facebook.com/​zeroshortfilm



Zero: Behind the Scenes

Zero: Behind the Scenes from Zealous Creative on Vimeo.

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Read your book case

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Designed by Eva Alessandrini and Roberto Saporiti for the Italian furniture design firm Saporiti. [via]


Something’s awesome in Denmark

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ROSE-COLORED GLASSES: A man looked at an art installation titled “Sea Pink” during the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark. (Darren Staples/Reuters)


Wednesday, 8 June 2011

House in Prado

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'House in Prado' in Marseille - France by Maurice Padovani interior designer.








Tuesday, 7 June 2011

It's not paper anymore

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Kris Trappeniers does some amazing things with paper.





Sunday, 5 June 2011

Salomé Vorfas

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Salomé Vorfas creates an alternative and interesting fashion photos. He is based Buenos Aires.





Saturday, 4 June 2011

Blue Chairs

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Absolutely eye-catching chairs. The chairs in different shades of blue - little indigo, teal, turquoise, sea foam or peacock. Blue looks good with most colours. [Via]


Thursday, 2 June 2011

Fish Bowl

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An aquarium made from hand-blown glass and shaped like a whale by Alessandra Baldereschi.

Chick

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Platige Image is an awarded postproduction studio from Poland. They specialize in commercial production, advanced animation and quality special effects for films.
A fantastic “Chick”short movie is a humorous true-life story about male-female relations. Infatuation and its consequences are depicted in a ironic way: meeting a guy, dancing, having fun, a sexual act. A man, giddy with the charm of a femme fatale, leaves a room. He is followed by failure and doom.


CHICK from Mayki on Vimeo.

Diffus Solar Handbag

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Diffus Solar Handbag has integrated 100 miniaturized monocrystalline silicon ‘sequins’ - enough to generate juice to power your phones or laptop.
"the daytime hours one hundred small solar power stations distributed on The Solar Handbag generate enough electricity to charge a mobile device and a powerful lithium ion battery hidden in a small compartment. At night or in dark surroundings, opening the bag activates optical fibres attached to the inside of the bag that give a diffuse glow and assist in the search for keys, purse or other objects of vital importance. " [via]



Hermès and Vans

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The collaboration of the Hermès and Vans is an unusual, but somehow its spawned a collection of psychedelically classy footwear featuring the trademark Hermès silk scarf upper for that elegant European aesthetic. [via]




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