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Camouflages Herself Into Floral Wallpaper And Fabric

Peruvian artist Cecilia Paredes camouflages herself into floral wallpaper and fabric for her photographic serie called “Landscapes”. For each portrait, she meltes her body with fabrics on the background becoming part of that landscape as well. Her torso, arms, and face fade into the background, as the curvature of her body and…

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Ori Pocket Closet For Mini Apartment

Ori company conceived within MIT has launched a modular robotic closet, the Ori Pocket Closet. The Ori Pocket Closet is the walk-in closet for small places. The first-ever standalone walk-in closet instantly multiplies storage capacity in nearly any space. With a modern design, smooth operation, and effortless control, the Ori Pocket…

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Solstice Clock Expands And Contracts With The Passing Hours

Matt Gilbert of the London-based studio Animaro creates Solstice, a shape-shifting wooden clock. The new interior design object presents different configurations throughout the day, expanding to its widest form at noon when the sun is at its highest point, and contracting at 6 PM when the sun is near its lowest. This meditative…

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City’s Drinking Fountains On A Bottle

Italian designer based in Helsinki, Emanuele Pizzolorusso creates Phil the bottle, the city’s drinking fountains bottle. On the back there is a list of the city’s drinking fountain locations, where it can be filled. It considers drinking fountains to be found in cities, in parks and gardens, in squares and along the…

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What Happens If You Let Flowers Stew In Energy Drinks

The Berlin-based artist Cornelius de Bill Baboul shows in his latest project what would happen if you let white flowers sit and stew in half-filled bottles of the sort of energy drinks. The result is Thirsty, then boosted, a series of almost absurdly saturated photographs. “I’d developed a visual fascination for those drinks,”…

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Coat Rack That Makes You Feel The Breath Of Nature

Simplicity and gracefulness of natural forms embodied in this coat rack named “Hilka”. The piece was designed by Ukrainian authors Ulyana Zachkevych and Stanislav Boichuk for MZPA. Laconic design and light theme harmoniously maintain the idea of space purity. Its minimalism is composed by combination of two basic materials: wood and metal. It’s…

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Conceptual Installations With Artistic Symbolism By Icy And Sot

Iranian artist siblings Icy And Sot create conceptual installations with artistic symbolism. Their works transcend their own experience of artistic censorship, to portray a range of political, social justice, and human rights issues. The Brooklyn-based artists, who sought political asylum in America from their native hometown of Tabriz in 2012, use public…

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Beautiful lettering by Tri Shiba

Beautiful lettering by Tri Shiba with a stunning copper ink. Calligraphy came to Shiba by chance. “When I was still a graphic designer, I was given a pretty fancy pen from one of my brothers, which changed the entire my works since then. After that moment, I have chosen Calligraphy as…

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A Transparent Speaker With A Beech Wood Heart By Nendo

Japanese design studio Nendo has developed a wireless speaker with Bunaco, the eco-friendly Aomori-based homeware brand. The speaker has a beech wood heart coming from trees. Bunaco was established with the aim to recycle wood from the many beech trees in the region where the company is based. To craft the objects, thin ribbon-like strips of…

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The Time Shifter Exhibition By Lorenzo Petrantoni’s Illustrations

On November 15th Genoese artist Lorenzo Petrantoni will launch a personal exhibition at Tenhoa shop in Milan, Italy. Words, illustrations and that taste of 19th century that explodes in the details. All of this can be found in the works of Lorenzo Petrantoni. The Time Shifter is the name of this exhibition that shows…