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Carla Cascales, the contemporary designer

You may have heard about Carla Cascales before. A self-defined “contemporary designer”, she has been delighting us with her neat, minimalistic aesthetics for quite a while, expressed in different formats and with different purposes (professional and artistic). Her series Etimo has caught our attention as we see it as a singular culmination of a cycle […]

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Christo and the miracle of land art

In the latest installation of land art icon Christo Javacheff, The Floating Piers humans become demigods able to walk on water. The Floating Piers links the Monte Isola and San Paolo islands located on Italy’s Iseo lakes with the mainland The Floating Piers links the Monte Isola and San Paolo islands located on Italy’s Iseo lakes with the mainland. […]

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Myths from the 90’s condensed by Vanila Studio y Costalamel

The 90s… Oh, the 90s! They are definitely back. And we want them back because we grew up during those years and we miss them or because everything was cooler back then? It’s probably a combination. A series of 28 logos mixing these two references: 90s TV series and NBA. Many of us would have […]

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The landscapes of Dan Hocking

What do mines and quarries have that fascinate us so much? These mutant and mutable landscapes—caused by nature and/or humans, have a singular beauty, which turn them into almost alien spaces with which it’s hard to establish a visual dialogue. Its colours, shapes and constant changes are coveted by photographers and filmmakers, avid hunters of […]

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Mathieu Lehanneur’s liquid marble

Renowned French designer Mathieu Lehanneur has surprised us again with a work of art that highlights one of his best sides: the creation of spectacular optical illusions. Lehanneur created a welcome installation for the garden festival celebrated at the Domaine de chaumont-sur-loire centre d’arts et de nature (France). The stone installation imitates the touch of the wind over the ocean […]

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Sar: The Essence of Indian Design

Today we’re diving fully into the beauty, spirituality and other wonders of Indian design thanks to the extraordinary Sār: The Essence of Indian Design, to be launched by Phaidon soon. The book takes readers around Indian diversity through 200 objects of different disciplines, a journey from antiquity to the present day through pieces carefully selected […]

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Female draminess with Serge Marshennikov paints

At first sight, Serge Marshennikov’s paitings could as well be from the Renaissance. However, his was born in Ufa (Bashkiria, URSS) in 1971. Full of details, his work reflects his passion for female beauty, eroticism and contemporary women seen with deeply classic eyes. Delicate oleo portraits of girls engrossed in their thoughts or lying dormant […]

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Diesel Living and Livetti go on an interstellar trip

Fashion firm Diesel started experimenting with interior design a while ago by launching collections of furniture and decoration objects under the name Diesel Living, in partnership with Italian design firms such as Foscarini, Scavolini and Seletti, with which now they release a set of dinnerware plates called the Cosmic Dinner Collection, ideal to add an elegant and freak air […]

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Yoshimitsu Umekawa

The inevitable question upon seeing Japanese artist Yoshimitsu Umekawa is: How does he do them? Does he use chemical reactions, foam, fabrics…? This series is so incredible and alluring it’s easy to forget about those questions. In this series, good and evil coexist in harmony Masterfully lit winding shapes suddenly explode with color as if […]

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The world has become LEGO (or so it looks Michal Kulesza)

Imagine all of a sudden our world is made of Lego pieces. We get up in the morning, we have coffee and, instead of having our usual dose of liquid caffeine, we see dozens of Lego pieces around us that take us back to our childhood. A deconstruction of everyday life and objects by Michal […]

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