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A ceramic study of art history and imperfection

The Spanish artist Coco Fernández, once a perfectionist, now commits her practice to imperfection and originality, working across the spectrum of painting, pottery, fashion and photography. In this series, the featured pottery pieces are decorated with block colour patterns immediately reminiscent of Henri Matisse’s cut out shapes. The shoot was created as…

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An installation hidden in the subterranean Copenhagen

Japanese architect Hiroshi Sambuichi has staged an ambitious installation within a former underground water reservoir in Copenhagen. Conceived as ‘a journey through an underground sea of light and darkness’, the installation has been documented in detail by danish photographer Rasmus Hjortshøj. The monumental halls of the space, known as The Cistern, have…

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Street installation created for the Exhibit Columbus Festival

The series of Washington Street Installations was created for the Exhibit Columbus Festival, which opened last weekend in the city For the project, curated by local designer Jonathan Nesci, five international galleries were asked to choose a designer or studio to create a temporary intervention that responded to the busy street. The Chicago’s Volume…

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Handwritten Portraits | Anatol Knotek

Amazing Handwritten Portraits by the Austrian artis and Visual Poet, Anatol Knotek! He says: “My name is anatol knotek, i am an austrian artist and visual poet. i post my own work and art that inspires me. it’s all about concrete and visual poetry, typography and conceptual art.” Vincent Van Gogh…

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Toilet Paper Rolls Squished into Funny Faces

French paper artist Junior Fritz Jacquet created this fantastic series of weird masks made from toilet paper rolls. Inspired by the craft of origami, each mask is made from a single paper roll which is folded and squished into an expressive face. The pieces are then finished with a coat…

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GLUTEN FREE MUSEUM | TUMBLR

The interesting Gluten Free Museum is a Tumblr blog with a sense of humor that’s giving acclaimed artwork a dietary makeover, revealing just how many pieces are full of gluten. By removing wheat, barley, and rye from Salvador Dalí, Ridley Scott, Pieter Brueghel, and many other classic art piece and so an…

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Handimals | Guido Daniele

Guido Daniele is an award-winning artist from Soverato, Italy. Born in 1950, Daniele lives and works in Milan. Over his 40+ year career, Guido has done both commercial/advertising work as well as group and solo exhibitions around the world. In 1990 he began to explore and experiment with body and hand…

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People Skewered with Geometric Shapes

A number of new works today from artist Aakash Nihalani who has been skewering subjects in Brooklyn with his geometric figures made from neon tape as part of a new body of work called Landline. You can follow the artist’s newest work on his blog Eye Scream Sunday.   Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook  + Pinterest to get…

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Incredible artworks made with fire

If you love non-traditional ways of creating art, Steve Spazuk‘s work is sure to wow you. Using a technique called fumage, Spazuk uses a flame to create a trail of soot, which he then sculpts using a variety of tools, from knives and paintbrushes to feathers. His work varies from small…

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Greenhouse Cafe | Roni Keren

The new Greenhouse Cafe based in Reut takes inspiration from the cafe that was located in the Shilat community garden center in Tel Aviv, where originally they looked the nursery and plants themselves as a starting point. Architected by Roni Keren Interior Design Studio, the project incorporates plants into the design by…