The new offices for the company HootSuite, located in Vancouver, Canada, attracted experts SSDG Interiors. Spaces unusual, very different from each other. Miscellaneous icons take place on the walls, the wood is omnipresent in each space and offers some friendly atmosphere.
The design studio South African Fanakalo imagined for brand Khulu know these beautiful packaging, playing with talent on the different worlds and flavors to offer us the compositions beautifully. Featured in the pictures after the jump.
Student in biology and 21 years old, the Spanish self-taught photographer Cristina Hoch performs incredible portraits of children, family and friends. It integrates in a natural setting and manages to perfectly capture the light and the intensity of their faces. Discover.
Imagined by the designer Fabien Franze, Ensomono offers us objects including the collection called UFO to the similarity with the assumed form of flying saucers. An acronym “Undefined Function” to describe these objects without exact function but show a perfect mastery of woodworking.
Based in San Francisco, designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam has created a series of images that put a value share iconic costumes worn by characters in movies, on the other hand equipment belonging to various trades. Nice nods to “Back to the Future” “Ghostbusters.” Back to the Future. Back to the Future. ...
American designer Matthew Strong has designed a sofa inspired by the work of designer Charles Eames. Entirely in black carbon fiber, Matthew Strong of engaging in long hours weaving to arrive at such a result. This object is to discover images and more detail in the gallery.
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based son of iron and steel. With a surreal look and accumulation son, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
Guda Koster is a Dutch artist who composes living sculptures. The artist uses fabrics, colors and original patterns that allow him to create harmonies and tables at once enigmatic and mysterious. Each of his works blend elements of both real and surreal.
Located in Toyokawa, the “Light House Walls” is a wooded home designed by Japanese studio mA-style architects. White, minimalist and decorated with plants, this building has a structure that allows light to reflect off the walls and floor in order to create patterns with a game of shadow and light.
American designer Danielle Evans which we have already spoken, once again combines his creativity with the use of culinary items such as wheat, coffee, pepper and even spaghetti. The artist works these foods their colors, their aspects and their physical properties, and imagining a creative and unique typography.
After his series “A Tribute to Budgie” Keville Anna Joyce introduces us to his new creations entitled “Eastern Europe.” This series of four food illustrations represent cities in Europe in the image of Prague, Budapest, Bucharest or Warsaw. To discover in the future.
“Popularity Web Products” is an original series created by British photographer Valerio Act. The series features various social networks as real food presentations on supermarket shelves. Facebook is a spread and Instagram turns into tin.