“Ti.Vedo” (meaning “I see you” in Italian) is an owl-shaped lamp, designed by designer Matteo Ugolini Karman for the Italian brand that specializes in interior lighting. The structure was made of white ceramics and two large eyes of the bird light up in the dark. Available on foot or wall version with different sizes. ...
The work of artist Sarah Oppenheimer based on the deconstruction of empty and white pieces by wall mirrors installations. She creates trompe-l’oeil that change our perception of walls and their openings, giving the impression of being in a maze with windows overlooking an empty or infinite space.
Matt Taylor is an English illustrator and cartoonist based in the Sussex countryside. He spends his days to create illustrations inspired by classic comic books of the fifties and sixties. Here is a selection of some of his best works.
Selected for A’Design Awards & Competition 2015, Vana is an immersive installation, directly inspired by nature. Suspended from the ceiling, the blue system deploys in the room by pillars reminiscent of tree trunks, illuminated by LEDs. A project by Orproject.
At the Maison&Objet 2015, the Canadian studio Bocci unveiled new creation: a suspended light, glass was melted in a cushion of heat-resistant fabric. Its air and pure form refers to a small group of clouds or ice depending on the lighting.
The exhibition space MadArt in Seattle, Middle Fork is the latest sculptural work of the artist John Grave who worked with volunteers to make this huge wooden mold-size of a 140 years old tree . Middle Fork – MadArt from John Grade on Vimeo.
For the Maison & Objet 2015, the Japanese studio Nendo resumed chocolates carved ChocolaTexture to integrate them into a gourmet installation featuring a lounge area with brown furniture. A chocolate wave made from 2000 stems and a gradient was designed for the event.
For Hermès Shanghai, French artists Zim & Zou, we have already discussed here, worked for 3 months on the creation of vitrines inspired by “cabinets de curiosités” we can see in Natural History Museum. Paper and leather, this installation “Museum of Supernatural History” gathers animals around two themes : “Air and water” and “Earth”. ...
Very inspired by botanical art, Japanese artist Makoto Azuma has installed 16 rectangular blocks of ice containing floral and plant compositions crystallized. Aligned in a dark and dingy room, the colors and forms make the whole work even more striking.
To create this indoor installation of wood, Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels was inspired by the polygonal facets of the crystal. To do this, the she stacked recycled wood pieces, then assembling them into a kind of improvised mosaic mimic the structure of a revisited hive.