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Geometry and light come together Phillip Low’s work

Phillip Low’s sculptures have something hypnotic. It may be that balanced combination of light, volume, colour and geometry, or simple the fact that light is not a random element, but the real protagonist. Proof of that is it latest sculptural series, featuring pieces with ‘magical’ reflections that fascinate the onlooker. Phillip Low’s sculptures have something […]

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A guitar by St. Vincent

We adore St. Vincent in an unconditional, inevitable way. Listening to her songs, or even better seeing her live, creates a wild addiction. Yes, we’re staunch fans of this woman, but we’re also aware that there’s no middle ground: you either love her or hate her with the same strength and irrationality. Now St. Vincent […]

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Octaevo Objects

This isn’t the first time we tell you about Octaevo, and it won’t be the last. This stationery brand established two years ago has shaken the world of functional paper with a lot of class, and it continues growing every way by extending their range of products that are already sold in over 25 countries. […]

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Walk with me, illustrated guides made as before but now

Walk with me is a very special publishing house and creative studio specializing in maps and, as a logical consequence, in city guides. A world they approach from a rather unconventional perspective, making great efforts to distance themselves from that solemn and boring cast of usual travel guides that flood bookstores, unable to surprise us. […]

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The Nakashima Collection

Renowned American interior design brand Edward Fields is celebrating its 80th anniversary with the launch of The Nakashima Collection, a series of rugs that pay tribute to one of the 20th century most prolific and original designers, George Nakashima. Edward Fields is celebrating its 80th anniversary with the launch of The Nakashima Collection His unmistakable style has always […]

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Artists Unframed

Today we are more and more accustomed to seeing photographs and sharing them through social networks, especially Facebook. But let’s face it—we love all this gossiping. However, we can be more elegant about it by looking at things like this book by Artists Unframed. Jackson Pollock, Marcel Duchamp, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Diego […]

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Folk enters the ceramic world

At this point there is no doubt we are in the midst of a ceramic boom. This ancient form of artistic and utilitarian expression has more and more followers every day and more and more firms contributing their bit to the boom. The latest to join this trend is clothing brand Folk in close collaboration with Brickett […]

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Wobybi, great bikes made in Spain

If you thought you’d seen it all as far as bikes go, you were wrong. Wobybi is a new Spanish brand devoted to making your bike rides as pleasurable as possible, so you can be sure your bike won’t let you down and that it will be very helpful. Wobybi means World by Bicycle, a declaration of intentions of […]

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Camping is great with BEAMS & Coleman

We love the fact that, when summer approaches and with it comes the festival season with endless campings, Japanese textile brand BEAMS launches a top collection of camping accessories. Like they did last year (refresh your memoryhere), BEAMS has joined forces with its usual American partner Coleman.  BEAMS has joined forces with its usual American partner Coleman. For this […]

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The water hyperrealism of Samantha French

Coming across almost magically with the work of American artist Samantha French was a sort of incredible nostalgic gift with which to satiate our visual longings by way of hyperrealist doses. Looking at it closely, one realices that we’re not looking at photographs. If we rub our eyes out of disbelief, we soon we’re not being deceived. French takes […]

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