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Once upon a time, “Eat Your Vegetables” was a hopelessly square sentiment, an admonition uttered by moms and doctors to a reluctant audience. Most of us—children and adults equally—had to be urged to partake of artichokes, asparagus, beets, broccoli, eggplant, and their cousins. But those were the dark culinary ages, before our gastronomic enlightenment. Today, [...]
In the small town of Trikala in central Greece, the municipality decided to create a bike path. Enjoy the outcome!
Christina Santana sent us her latest work. Light jet print on aluminum 150 cm x 200 cm, Edition: 3 + 2 AP
Taylor Mazer sent us a sample of his incredible work. Read his statement: All drawings are done with micron pens on drawing paper. I consider these drawings as works of realism in that I don’t hide behind abstraction or surrealism or jokes or some some profound statement etc. I draw what I see and more [...]
Eira is a seat conceived to occupy a special place in the lounge and so, becoming your favorite seating. Its design is based in individual bent wood pieces, in a way that the flexibility of the material itself provides a great comfort. A piece of furniture that doesn´t stand out simply because of its appearance [...]
Sparch sent us images for the Museum of Underwater Antiquities Description: DIVING (to the bottom of the sea) _ EMERGING (to knowledge) Τhe Museum becomes a spatial narrative based on experience; it awakens mind and fantasy, it brings fragments from the depths to the surface and transforms them to knowledge. The concept is a ‘continuous flow [...]
Patrick Laumond is a French artist who lives and works in Paris.He is the founder of MetaHism. The MetaHism is an artistic movement that expresses and embodies the human mind as a meta-paradigm. This Art of the thought, connects a global vision of the visible and invisible events simultaneously. META, because expressing the Whole, ISME [...]
What is it? It’s your own portrait created from your fingerprint. It’s unique and contemporary art stating a part of your identity. It can also be portraits of your family, a couple, a manager, a colleague, a best friend, or a child. The artist: Danish artist Claus Miller, creates art-portraits using fingerprints. Some of his [...]
These cutting edge doors will energize any public or private contemporary setting. Sargam Griffin contemporary ArtDoors are created through an innovative technique which translates her original oil paintings onto the ArtDoor, initially an industrial door panel. Innovative, honest, unobtrusive, and minimal, the work gives a room its individual character. It takes up to 40 layers of [...]
Fabio Meschini was born in Rome, Italy, in 1972. Architect, ultimately became an image builder, constantly bouncing between love for the photographic devices and the need to go further reality by the means of design and illustration. Fabio sent us his work yesterday. Read below his comments: This series is the result of a 2-year [...]
Designer Dimitris Parthimos sent us his latest work. As he describes: Its a project that tries to explore the use of cement and tubing in the construction of table lamps. It started in the city of Thessaloniki in 2011 and now continues in Athens also trying to implement more materials and designs. www.lux3r.com [...]
Virtual sculpture design. All of Jitendra’s design is developed in leery technique so its look more rhythmic.
Born in Catanzaro(1962-Italy) where he lives and works…Claudio Parentela is an illustrator,painter,photographer,mail, artist, cartoonist, collagist, journalist free lance…Active since many years in the international underground scene.He has collaborated&he collaborates with many, many zines,magazines of contemporary art,literary and of comics in Italy and in the world…& on the paper and on the web. [...]
Norman Foster has curated two spaces for the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale: the ‘Gateway’ installation at the head of the Arsenale, which is the first gallery that visitors pass through within the Corderie. The second space is in the Central Pavilion in the Giardini. Norman Foster has chosen to interpret the theme of Common Ground [...]
Tamas Morocz explains his design concept: I have enclosed the light in a frame of concrete, in rectangles of different sizes and proportions. The light is inside of this frame with concrete body around it. This way i have captured light and have frozen time, the light fills directly only the space inside of the [...]