“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...
The artist Pejac has combined his drawing skills with oriental influences the country to paint and put in moucharabiehs abyss of locks on the walls. The result, very realistic, creates a real illusion. A series called “Lock, Post and Shutters”.
Justin Nagelberg and Matthew Waldman, Nooka designers have designed “The Sa”, an umbrella innovative design. Indeed the two designers were inspired in the structure of origami and designed this Geometry with a choice of eco-friendly material and an ingenious mechanism.
Back to the latest creation by French artist Tyrsa: the “tyrsamisu” cleavage of typography and baking. The characters are chocolate, prepared on layers of cream, coffee and cocoa powder. A collaboration with the pastry chef Benoit Castel who shared three different recipes tiramisu for FREEDOM Parisian bakery. To find through a video of Axel &...
Located in Saitama in Japan, the “S-House” was designed by the architectural studio Japanese Yuusuke Karasawa Architects. The structure looks like a house that can unfold like an accordion. Transparency reveals five floors connected by small white stairs and beams intersect. This transparent house was commissioned by a client who wanted to witness the lack...
“Frog” is a small table designed by Nab Design. Made from powder-coated sheet steel panels and plywood poplar, the idea was to make a visually strong table inspired by the designer frog hunted during her childhood. Different storage areas were planned, while maintaining simple, modern lines to highlight the stored items.
In his collection “Maple”, the designers at Grovemade designed a functional support for Apple keyboards that they added additional storage to our offices. Made with maple wood, we can store pens, batteries or maps.
Based in Hamburg, Jakub Rozalski is a talented artist, using various digital design software to compose beautiful digital paintings. Playing to perfection on the perspectives and concepts of proportion, a selection of these near-science fiction.
Here is a series produced colored candy by the artist Massimo Gammacurta. An alphabet called “Eat Me” played by letters whose uniqueness and originality are amplified by blemishes realization. The artist presents us with an interesting and high-color work.
Posters made by the German graphic designer Timo Lenzen. The posters in black and white differ from each other by the technique used, but the personal touch of the artist gives the series a nice visual consistency. Contemporary still life and abstract graphics.
“Breaking the Surface” is a project for Lundin Norway by the Norwegian collective mark ctrl+N. Consists of several translucent tubes constant undulation, the installation offers a dominating games in relief and an almost hypnotic interactivity.
The Japanese artist Azuma Makoto (who recently sent a bonsai in space), is also the author of a series of photographs showing portraits of a man camouflaged by various types of shrubs and plants.
The e-bike NCycle was created by designers Hussain Almossawi and Marin Myftiu. Still in the prototype stage, this bike has a very attractive design for its two wheels holes. It was presented to EuroBike 2014: an exhibition event exclusively for bicycles.