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Miniature Paintings Project

Miniature Paintings Project

“Postcards for Ants” is a project of thumbnail illustrations led by Lorraine Loot, throughout the year. Every day of 2013 since January 1, this artist based in Cape Town, has made a very detailed with paint and pencils little drawing. A long work full of delicacy marking each day and...
Butter Fingers

Butter Fingers

“Butter Fingers” is an animated video, directed by Jordan Scott, which lists the items we do want to throw him down a grenade, tons of beads, a donut or a soap. An animation with beautiful illustrations, to discover music by Cyrille Marchesseau.     Tweet
Modular Cafe in Beijing

Modular Cafe in Beijing

Penda design studio thought inside a café in the city of Beijing using recycled steel bars painted black and positioned in grids, they created beautiful modular shelves. The project was to design a green and natural environment which would be a break in the city.   Tweet
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Armstrong Light Trap

Armstrong Light Trap

Russian designers Maxim Ali and Constantin Bolimond designed “Armstrong”, a small spherical interactive lamp inspired by the Apollo 11 mission Its interactivity lies in controlling the level of light that can be regulated through removable cork stoppers.   Tweet
Motorcycle Concept by Akrapovic

Motorcycle Concept by Akrapovic

Here is a beautiful motorcycle concept entitled “Full Moon” and directed by Akrapovic in collaboration with Dreamachine Motorcycle. Its characteristics are extravagant, technically exceptional as the S&S knucklehead 1524 cc engine. Its aesthetic will likewise appeal to everyone.   Tweet
Illustrations by Lotta Nieminen

Illustrations by Lotta Nieminen

Lotta Nieminen is an illustrator, graphic designer and art director based in Helsinki. She studied graphic design and illustration at the University of Art and Design Helsinki and the Rhode Island School of Design & runs his own studio based in New York. In 2014, she was nominated by Forbes Magazine in the list of...
Smart Wooden Objects

Smart Wooden Objects

Pana Objects is a design agency based in Thailand. Love wood, his team is responsible for designing smart objects that make life easier and make it more enjoyable. With very clean lines, wood is worked with ease. A selection of office accessories.   Tweet
Virtual Universe in Real-Time

Virtual Universe in Real-Time

“Project anywhere” is an augmented reality project created by Studio Any. Through the combination of several technologies, the project enables the creation of a common network bringing together people from the most remote places to coexist in the same virtual environment. The boundary between the real and the virtual is becoming increasingly blurred.    ...
Delicate 2015 Illustrated Calendar

Delicate 2015 Illustrated Calendar

Here is probably  the most poetic 2015 calendar of all. Designed and developed by Carla Cascales, this calendar every month of the year with a superb cut of the first letter gently mixed with an illustration. Each month is also accompanied by a small haiku that invites meditation and optimism.   Tweet
Nuna Popsicles

Nuna Popsicles

How to turn a popsicle into a work of art? Nuna brand, in collaboration with the Berlin designers Manu Kumar and Stefan Gendl took up this great challenge. By creating polygonal shapes and gradient colors in to bamboo sticks, the brand has gone even further by appealing to the head chef Heiko Antoniewicz.   Tweet
Metallic Dog Mural

Metallic Dog Mural

During Art Basel exhibition in Miami, visitors were able to discover this beautiful mural designed by artist Bik Ismo, a dog with extraordinary realistic metallic appearance. Impressive work where the management of reflections is divinely well done.   Tweet
Magazine Conceptual Illustrations by Adam Quest

Magazine Conceptual Illustrations by Adam Quest

Here is a selection of some of the best illustrations by Adam Quest between 2009 and today. Personal work or customer orders, his illustrations always show an innovative concept linking metaphor and topical.   Tweet
Housing Block with Hundred Cubes Balconies

Housing Block with Hundred Cubes Balconies

The studio of the Belgian architect Julien de Smedt has completed the work of this amazing building in Gangnam. With its facade with multiple cubes that are organized hyper geometrically, this futuristic white building was designated a view to rethink the classic structure of South Korean buildings.   Tweet
Clocks Set Design by Benoit Challand

Clocks Set Design by Benoit Challand

Benoit Challand is a French 3D artist. He has just published a series of set designs exploring the world of clocks and rock, where each image is treated as a duo models and textures. A beautiful metaphor for rock material that only time eroding.   Tweet
A House in Sifang Park

A House in Sifang Park

The Chinese architect Wang Shu erected the San-He residence in the campus of Sifang park, in the woods. Separated by a courtyard and pool, two living areas are connected by an elegant roof. A facade was designed with geometric motifs letting light in.   Tweet