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Meet Cone Lights

Cone Lights are the work of London studio Vit. A brand new project that highlights simplicity and an elegant play of contrasts between two shapes: the sphere and the cone, which in turn gives versatility to the object itself. Its so neat appearance and finish, combined with its minimalism and lack of color, giving them an almost […]

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Hot Chip reveals more details about Why Make Sense?

It has rained a lot since in 2012 British duo Hot Chip delighted us with an album. It is true that since then the band hasn’t stopped doing collaborations, remixes and other musical activities. But we were missing a new album.  The cover of Why Make Sense? will be out in 501 color variations In […]

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Arizona Collection by mpgmb

Marie-Pier Guilmain and Maud Beauchamp two Canadian designer who, after years of friendship and aesthetic affinities, are now collaborating in a series of projects under the name of mpgmb, a design studio that launches their wonderful creations. Their latest creation will delight lovers of gardening and decoration. The Arizona Collection features a stylish series of pots, vases, planters […]

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Oikimus and it’s rubik-lamp

Russian design studio Oikimus just launched 5+5 a special lamp can be transformed and metamorphosed to the taste and imagination of the user. This curious model is inspired by Rubik’s Cube’s, the Rubik’s snake, another great toy by Erno Rubik with which to unleash your imagination and form countless figures.  A versatile, ecological, original and suitable subject for all […]

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The wonderful world of Georgia Perry

From Australia with high doses of color and humour comes Georgia Perry’s world. This visual artist based in our antipodes doesn’t limit herself to one discipline and works on illustration, product design, art and installations. Georgia Perry is full of bold, flashy jobs and vovación of eternal youth His works are full of reminiscences to pop […]

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A planetary anatomy by FOREAL

How are the planets inside? What do they contain? What if we could cut them in half with a radial? This is what the members of German design studio FOREAL asked themselves when some time ago they started the Planetary Anatomy project.

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Just for fans: Gran Hotel Budapest, the book

Fans of Wes Anderson films are of the unconditional kind—they will always be there and will support and defend his aesthetic and way of seeing the world to infinity. This piece of news is dedicated to all of them. If his latest film, Gran Hotel Budapest, left you in a state of maximum satisfaction, you applauded […]

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An explosion of Heavy Metals

The Brixton-based Italian artist Alberto Seveso continues to explore underwater photography through very colorful abstract images. His obsession with the shapes, colors and textures that ink and other materials take underwater led him to make such sublime snapshots that it’s hard to believe they are real. The result is motion graphic or 3D works made with photographs. […]

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Petros Koublis, on the outskirts of Athens

Coming across photographer Petros Koublis (Athens, 1981) is a gift for the soul. There is something enigmatic and sublime in his photographs, something that will make you want to evade yourself and observe. And in the midst of this daydreaming, one suddenly wakes up to realize that this is reality itself, a documentation of the beauty around […]

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Air Plant Jellyfish by Cathy Van Hoang

Cathy Van Hoang is an American art director who had the brilliant idea of combining two worlds in the same object, creating a new and interesting species of air jellyfish, the Air Plant Jellyfish. The sea is represented by the beauty and detail of sea urchin shells and the earth with are carnations as ambassadors. Hedgehog shell […]

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