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The translucent Pavillon Martell by SelgasCano

This month, the Fondation d’entreprise Martell has inaugurated the Pavillon Martell, a site-specific structure created by Spanish architects SelgasCano, which will occupy the entirety of the vast paved courtyard in front of the Foundation until autumn 2018. Launched in October 2016, the Fondation d’entreprise Martell offers a rich and varied…

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Papercut artwork by John Ed De Vera

John Ed De Vera comes up with these detailed, intricate papercut pieces that will amaze everyone and these are only a handful of his latest works. People might think it’s a child’s thing, but there are artists that take it to state-of-the-art level, such as John, a multidisciplinary designer, with…

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Delta Painted Exotic Locales on a Brooklyn Wall

Delta Air Lines, with help from Wieden + Kennedy New York, has put scenes from nine exotic destinations on a wall in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, so that NYC singles can take selfies for their dating profile—looking like attractive jet-setters. The printed photos on the wall, surrounded by cute illustrations by Andrew…

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Trido, the toy with limitless combination

Trido is a set of Platonic solids with powerful magnets embedded on each side of the geometric shape.  Each surface will snap to another, creating strong connections which allow users to create magnificent structures limited only by their own imaginations.    ​The potential combinations and creations are practically limitless. We believe this…

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Adidas New York Sneakers

Adidas is ready for today’s streets. The latest pair you’ll want to own is incredibly sporty style from the ’80s known as the New York Sneakers. The design is uniquely 3 Stripes with that iconic branding on the side in addition to the mesh upper, nubuck overlays and a checked…

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Beautiful animal kingdom illustration by Kelsey Oseid

The Minneapolis-based illustrator  Kelsey Oseid focused his last work on detailing the natural world, illustrating the animal kingdom’s many classes and orders on posters created with watercolor and gouache. The posters highlight more known orders such as Carnivora and Rodentia, while also showcasing the diversity of animals in lesser known orders like the…

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Pigalle Basketball Court and Ill Studio

In this court, sandwiched between a pair of apartment buildings in Paris, air balls and alley-oops meet artistic intervention for the second time. Is the new Pigalle‘s intervention in collaboration with parisian creative agency Ill-studio to spice up the site with a fresh and funky aesthetic. a grid of grape-colored gradients, sunflower-stained strokes,…

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Fun Paper Kirigami and Karakuri Puppets

Japanese designer Haruki Nakamura has a knack for creating all kinds of interesting paper objects from puzzles to kirigami toys. One of his best designs is this awesome squeezable paper puppet that reveals a sheep wearing wolf’s clothing. Also check out his penguin bomb, a type of automated paper puppet…