"Fetishism graffiti artist, INSA has animated some of his street side artworks with these awesome GIFs. Along with partner in crime, INKIE, the UK landscape has been enlivened by these amazing pieces.
Check out INSA’s blog for more of his outlandish endeavors."…
Max Tan touches on androgyny and geometric deconstruction of simple patterns to create beautiful new silhouettes.
“Maximizing on minimalistic ideas, proportions are sometimes blown out of proportions.”
Berlin-based street artist Brad Downey created a couple of curious-looking pavement sculptures in Hamburg, Germany. The pieces present an interesting examination into two universal elements: space and gravity.
According to his website, "Downey shines a light on institutional regulation of public behavior. By wider awareness of these controls, his viewing… Continue
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Artist Rebecca Campbell combines realism and abstraction to create paintings that look like pictures from our past. Memories from our childhood get triggered but then are combined with more present day experiences. In her words, "time becomes a circle and it’s both sad and sweet at the same time. For example a nostalgic moment for me might be triggered by a memory of… Continue
Shaun Roberts of Hi-Fructose Magazine recently paid a visit to the studio of David Choong Lee. The artist was putting the finishing touches on his latest body of work, "Acquiring Signal," his second major Installation based exhibition.
Completely wrapping the gallery walls, Lee's 400+ piece installation pays homage to street people and the cities they inhabit.… Continue
Every so often, I'm going to share with you some of my favorite, inspirational websites that I think deserve some extra attention. Today, the spotlight is on Pinterest, a virtual pinboard where you post things you love. Geared more towards women (but men, you might like it, too), you'll find everything… Continue
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"These dazzling lights, called Triangle Light Objects or Transparent Light Origami, are rainbow-colored OLED panels that are evocative of stained glass windows. Created by Emory Krall for Universal Display, their hinged design makes them interactive – you can actually fold different colors over one another, creating new and exciting hues. So instead of buying multiple bulbs, you can achieve many different types of… Continue
Added by Visnja V on August 13, 2010 at 5:12am —
In honor of Peanuts’ 60th anniversary, Lacoste is teaming up with Charlie Brown and the gang in one of the cutest collaborations we've ever seen! A collection of limited edition polos will feature the Lacoste crocodile making friends with/harassing Charlie Brown, Linus, Snoopy and Woodstock. Lacoste Peanuts will be available exclusively at Dover Street Market this… Continue
It's impossible not to be impressed by the work of world-renowned artist Todd Schorr. I remember seeing my first Schorr piece in person, it literally stopped me in my tracks. I could have spent hours looking at the insane amount of detail in it...
Schorr, who is based in Los Angeles, is a leading figure in the Pop Surrealism and Lowbrow art movements. He… Continue
To many of us, Christopher Nolan's Inception will go down as one of the best movies of all time. These ten designers must feel the same way because they've come up with some cool and clever Inception inspired illustrations for all of us to enjoy.… Continue
"Called Intimacy, the garments are made of electically-sensitive foils that become opaque or transparent according to alterations in current. These dresses by Dutch designers Studio Roosegaarde and V2_ become transparent when approached."…
"Artist Gabriel Dishaw merges his love for sneakers and technology in these beautifully sculpted Nike’s, using bits and pieces of computers, typewriters and other found metal objects.
The Sneaker Series is only one of many of his series of objects that he has been creating since the mid-90’s."…
Originally from Würzburg, Bavaria, artist Joshua Bronaugh paints deeply emotive portraits that make you feel as though you're watching memories slip away. His beautiful brushstrokes make up figures of women yet Bronaugh keeps his work abstract, almost making us feel as though his work is undone. With his careful use of color and light, he tells incredible stories,… Continue
"Designer developed fabric stretching design techniques to generate furniture’s geometries, replicating building processes found in nature. To generate these organic forms, the designer stretched a single piece of fabric by hand into a three-dimensional form, which was then hardened to transform into the design."…
"Other than the qualities linked to its reflective functions, the key aspect of the mirror resides generally in the quality, design and workmanship of its frame. The Narcisse collection proposes to free the mirror from its traditional frame and thanks to the proposals of a dozen designers and graphic artists to see how, rid of its traditional codes, it is renewed to continue to give a faithful image!"…
Klaus Kampert works for leading advertising agencies and companies but also indulges in artistic photography.
Many of his images, especially nudes and ballet-dancers have been printed in international publications and are very asked for among collectors.…
Champu Chinito is a mexican design collective that took the task to bring together four Mexican designers for his new project: Designer notebooks.
Our four designers are: Choper Nawers from Sinaloa, Hellosobre from Acapulco, Kaadent and Orlando from Mexico City.
There are four different designs and each notebook has an exclusive style… Continue