The American artist Tim Doyle pays tribute to iconic locations of famous movies reinterpreting them in superb illustrations and representing the universe characteristic of each feature film. Star Wars to Pulp Fiction, through Fight Club, the illustrator reminds us of those places frequented by the main characters of these films. ...
It can take bike rides to discover new name. On the banks of the Rhine, one could for example discover Joel, a nice bycicle third sibling of lelapin Cycles. Vitus with his Motobecane part of 70 years modified and restored, his painting “France Bleu” Tire Michelin Dynamic Sport Slick, we give an additional pedal stroke...
The Dutch street artist Stefan Thelen (also known as Super A) is inspired by the most hated animal of big cities, pigeons, to make the hero of his giant murals. Pigeons portraits overlook the city by being displayed on the front of large buildings.
Davide Morettini is an devoted Italian illustrator, as part of a series of portraits for Hollywood actresses. a set of watercolor paintings profiles Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie, Penelope Cruz, Diane Kruger, Sandra Bullock, Keira Knightley, Kate Winslet, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett.
Shift the design firm, based in Mexico, started the U32 collection of lamps for LampsLite brand. The first model, U32-1, was built with metal and explores the concept of geometry, tension and in the modern urban landscape structure. Inspired by icosaedric shapes to build an angular and complex geometry.
The British designer Clive Roddy, creates with a laser rings in birch plywood which represent horizons and landscapes : mountains, houses and pines that we can combine according to desires. Each ring is painted by hand and finished with enamel as a protective packaging. Available in one size : 18 mm diameter.
The Thai photographer Weerapong Chaipuck capture in magnificent way the splendor of the landscapes of Asia. Looking at his photographs, we travel in the heart of Vietnam, in China’s rice fields. The light captured by the photographer gives an almost imaginary character of these landscapes.
Kazakhstan designer Nissa Kinjalina is a expert in creating furnitures. Her lamp “Living Light” takes the form of a translucent polygon, in which light seems to have been poured and solidified. In addition to her stunning design, the structure is easy to move thanks to its metal edges.
“Tokyo” is a monumental work of Decktwo illustrator who represented this city over a width of 9 meters and height of 1 meter 20. To draw this capital and create on fully, his performance took place in Tokyo itself. The creation process lasted four days in total. Making-of :
The studio specializing in creative technologies Rehabstudio, imagined the future of sneakers, called “Shift Sneaker“, whose main materials would consist of miniaturized LED, micro common threads and high-tech fibers. Technological appeal would be to changing the color of the shoes according to the desires and use, with the use of “packs” also designed by the studio. ...
The Dutch firm Marc Koehler Architects has designed a staircase has a double function: to also serve as a library. Elegant and minimalist structure is completely made of wood. It can save space to store his books while connecting two floors.
Photographer Brad Wilson caught the deep look of exotic animals. They look towards the lens of the camera, making looking them straight in the eyes. We discover animals with sweet, wild, observant, interrogative expressions in which we like plunging.
The illustrator Helena Hauss, based in Paris, created this beautiful colorful illustrations done in ballpoint pen, sometimes with the help by colored pencils. Every detail and every line are meticulously drawn and colored, giving the impression that the subjects are moving.