Creepy Tooth Soled Shoes by Fantich & Young

Creepy Tooth Soled Shoes by Fantich & Young Designers Dominica Young and Mariana Fantich from Fantich & Young design studio added to their line of footwear a unique model of shoes the sole of which is covered with dental implants. Read more [...]

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Couple Creates Beautiful Rock Wall Art Installations

Couple Creates Beautiful Rock Wall Art Installations Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl, a married artist duo based in Vancouver, create beautiful flowing rock wall art installations, pebbles, and other decorative elements. “I am passionate to give stone an articulated form. This involves finding the right stones – listening,” explains Kunert, who takes commissions through a website called Ancient Art Of Stone that he runs together with Zettl. For those not planning major interior Read more [...]

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Bizarre Bird-Inspired Stilettos by Masaya Kushino

Bizarre Bird-Inspired Stilettos by Masaya Kushino Japanese designer of shoes and bags Masaya Kushino is the owner of his own brand that is promoted not only in his native country but also in Europe and North America. The new series of Masaya Kushino is called Jakuchu and symbolizes the transformation of a nestling in a beautiful bird with a luxurious feather assembly. The series is called that way after the Japanese painter of the eighteenth century, whose name was Jakuchu Ito.   Read more [...]

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Melting Porcelain Art by Livia Marin

Melting Porcelain Art by Livia Marin London based artist and sculptor Livia Marin is interested in Chinese porcelain. Although, she sees it from an interesting perspective. Her chinaware looks like it slowly melts, forming porcelain puddles. Moreover, the puddles are decorated with patterns, too. The series is called Nomad Patterns, and it includes cups, teapots and vases of porcelain. According to Livia Marin, the point of this series is to determine the viewer’s perception of the Read more [...]

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Marshmallow-like sofa by Kei Harada

Marshmallow-like sofa by Kei Harada Japanese designer Kei Harada approached the design of a sofa asking the question ‘what shape will naturally invite a person?’ – and from this inquiry, he created the ‘o’keeffe’ sofa. Harada built marshmallow-like elements to allow a user to explore different sitting positions, combining the bulging forms in a calculated fashion for an almost climbable structure. each organic orb is made from styrofoam covered with two types of urethane foam and Read more [...]

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