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Miriam Jacobi and Lucas Hesse translate symbiosis using visual processes

Miriam Jacobi and Lucas Hesse translate symbiosis using visual processes for a recent project. If you’re a little lost, symbiosis is “a close interaction between two different biological organisms” and the ideal route of visualising this scientific subject saw the duo utilise both illustration and typographic messaging. They began by…

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Strikingly abstract vases by Sara Ricciardi

Strikingly abstract vases by Sara Ricciardi, Milan-based designer drawing on the beauty of life and its natural materials to create vases with a playful sensibility. Her sculpted pieces encourage creativity for the owner by allowing for an endless variety of compositions. Ricciardi’s vases stand out from their environment, and each piece is crafted…

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Cosmic Diner | Diesel Living and Seletti

  Space travel has been in the news a lot recently, and Diesel Living and Seletti obviously got the memo that the cosmos is in. These porcelain plates are part of the Cosmic Diner collection, which also includes space themed salt and pepper grinders, glasses and a vase. We especially…

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Wire Shadow Writing | Fred Eerdekens

If you’re impressed by shadow art like that of Kumi Yamashita, you’ll love Fred Eerdekens too. The Dutch artist uses carefully sculpted metal wires which look like abstract squiggles, but when the lights are right, they create shadows which write out words and phrases in what looks like lovely handwriting. Check…

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PNY Restaurant Design | CUT

Burger chain PNY chose the Marais district of Paris for their newest venue, and studio CUT‘s pastel-hued interior design makes it a burger joint like no other! The principal colours – turquoise and pastel pink – balance out the industrial feel of the steel tubes, metal grates and exposed brickwork…

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MÍRATE A TRAVÉS DE ESTE POEMA DE AGUA | Boa Mistura

Boa Mistura are some of our very favourite creators of graffiti art (you may have already seen their paintings in a Brazilian favela) and this installation in the Spanish town of Logroño is wonderful. In order to create a new landscape for St. Bartolomé Square, the artists installed a number…

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Loop Chair | Markus Johansson Design Studio

We discovered the Loop Chair at this year’s Salone Satellite at Milan Design Week. It’s the work of Swedish designer Markus Johansson and was developed in collaboration with Erik-Hugo Pajos and Omayra Maymó. The chair was inspired by digressions of the mind – the designer believes that while the straight line…

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Un-Gravity Paintings | Cinta Vidal Agulló

These acrylic-on-wood paintings by Cinta Vidal Agulló, a Barcelona large-scale set artist by profession, are almost Escher-like in their construction and show how each of us lives their lives in a different way, albeit in the same world. The artist wanted to explore un-gravity, and express the metaphor of the difficulty of…

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Catchingcorners | Zhenya Aerohockey

Russian photographer Zhenya Aerohockey focuses on architecture, ground or facilities corners to present a graphic and abstract series represented by pool, buildings and gardens angles. An innovative way to approach photography and everyday life vision. More in the gallery.   Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook  + Pinterest to get all the latest updates.…

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Digital Natives | Mattew Plummer Fernandez

Mattew Plummer Fernandez is a South East London artist who uses computers to push the boundaries of industrial design. I came across these pieces he made titled Digital Natives where 3D scanned a series of traditional objects and then abstracted and distorted them, turning them into new objects.   “Everyday…