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Luxury brand presented as mass consumption’s logos

We can easily recognize fonts and colors as if they were universal symbols, almost religious signs. In his last work Reilly, a Scottish graphic designer interested in luxury brands logos and their influence on society, questions our relationship with visual brand contents. He therefore makes fun of it, turning these elements into something…

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Colorful skulls on an old french chateau

The artist Okuda San Miguel’s transformed  the facade of a 19th-century castle in Château, France. After stints as a school and holiday center for children, the castle was abandoned for nearly 30 years. The intervention, titled Skull in the Mirror, covers the gigantic home’s facade in a mix of colorful polka dots, and…

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Taiwan Subway turned into a sport venues

Managed by Easycard Corporation, the project was initiated in order to draw attention to the upcoming games: the 2017 Summer Universiade. The Universiade is the second-largest international sporting event after the Olympics and will take place from august 19th to the 30th in Taipei. Tourists who will be attending the events…

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Camille Walala and her eye-popping interactive installation

The artist/designer Camille Walala has created for the Now Gallery an eye-popping interactive installation, Walala X Play, that’s complete with her signature graphic patterns, geometric shapes, and bold colors. This space welcomes visitors to explore, examine and enjoy a labyrinthine network of corridors and enclosed spaces in a ‘temple of wonder’.…

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“The Swimmers”, diving in another era

These Emma Hartvig’s images have as their subject the Aqualillies, a Los Angeles-based group of synchronised swimmers who approached her upon learning she was in town. “They have apparently been following my work for quite some time, and asked if I would photograph them,” Hartvig explains, “which was, to put it simply,…

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Soap bubble light by Ohad Benit

This new handmade serie of lights, designed by Ohad Benit, mimic the shapes of soap bubbles being formed. Each of the lamps is supported by a brass framework, which rings the glass shade in much the same way as the circle of a stick used to blow bubbles. The Stress collection – named to reflect the tension…

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The Yemenite Totem

The Yemenite totem, created by Shir Avraham‘s as her final project at Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), consists of four different stools and a tray, all made from iron frame pipes and rods of different sizes. They can be stacked in various ways to suit the user’s personality. In addition, each stool…

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The art of breakfast

Avocados, fried eggs and pancakes become artistic mediums that aesthetically relate to installations and artworks by Yayoi Kusama, Damien Hirst, Salvador Dalì, Alexander Calder, and Cornelia Parker. Created for issue 24 of kinfolk magazine, ‘artisan brunch’ turns breakfast staples into carefully crafted compositions, each which reference the work of a famous artist.…

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Flores Taller de Arquitectura and a new smart seat storage

During the refurbishment of a Basque gastronomic society in Bilbao, called Txoko,  the architecture studio FLORES Taller de Arquitectura came up with an idea, both practical and esthetically pleasing. In order to overcome the lack of space, the Spanish architects imagined chairs that can be stored in the wall and create a…