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Smells like TEENS Spirit

The internet is full of suggestive images. Considering that this wasn’t possible not so long ago, we very much want to recover the work of TEENS for the Catalogue made in The Six & Five Studio, founded by Andy Reisinger y Ezequiel Pini (both art directors and graphic designers) and based in Buenos Aires (take a look at their […]

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The Judd Foundation is supported by COS

Donald Judd was one of the 20th century most important American minimalist artists. Today he’s still considered the leading exponent of the movement and his Specific Objects (1964), the most important theoretical writings. The rooms of the Judd Foundation in New York and Marfa (Texas) preserve his legacy; they are permanent examples of the integration of […]

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Herman Kuijer illuminates the streets

Dutch designer Herman Kuijer has just presented two new light works in the town of Zutphen. Halfway between architecture and art, this project infuses new life into grey, nondescript, merely functional areas of the urban landscape: passageways, underpasses and tunneled walkways. With a colorist light design, Herman Kuijer manages to make these areas more interesting for […]

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Twist: light and sound together in one object

Why settle for one thing when you can have two? This is a recurring question that one day someone posed, starting the worldwide phenomenon 2×1. The Twist lightbulb was born following this classic statement of consumerism, but with a distinctly different aim. This is an intelligent lightbulb with features that you would have never imagined. […]

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Morena No.2 | Guy Aroch with Lais Ribeiro

Less than a year ago we told you about the birth of Morena, a new publication by the Córdova-Canillas studio. The magazine is a series of 48-page monographs featuring 24×32cm photographs that defend elegant nudity, impeccable design and an air of personal diary. After the successful first issue called When Hannah met Henrik with photos by Henrik Purienne, Morena returns […]

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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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We are Ink’d, [con]temporary tattoos

Tattoos are living a golden age, but getting the first one done is a great responsibility. This post is for anyone with a spotless skin who is trying to make a decision: “an anchor or a gremlin?” The times of the eternal heads or tails are gone thanks to We are Ink’d. This new brand sells […]

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