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Dawson’s abstract work, titled “Aesthetic Sabotage”

Dawson’s abstract work, titled “Aesthetic Sabotage”, uses conventional materials like clay and canvas in unconventional ways, to create works where not all is as it seems. The creative practice of London-based artist Robert Dawson centers around disrupting the perspective of the viewer. Dawson’s patterned clay artworks draw upon familiar motifs. He…

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EyeBuyDirect glasses re-frame your world

EyeBuyDirect glasses re-frame your world turning everyday situations into surprising explosions of life and colour. For that project, the motion graphics studio ManvsMachine has nestled into a new area of animating: character design. Originally, EyeBuy Direct’s “EyeBuyGuy” was a “fun animated character who would pop up in the live action spots…

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Sasha Bikoff merges Rococo mood with Memphis style

Sasha Bikoff  merges Rococo mood with Memphis style creating new intersections between the 18th century french rococo and 1980s Italian Memphis Milano. This year marks Sasha’s first participation in the annual “kips bay show house” of exceptional interior design. Since 1973 interior designers have been annually invited to transform a Manhattan home into an…

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Jack Samels’ Wonderful Series Collages

Jack Samels‘ wonderful series collages came about from a desire not to overthink the process and instead just do. He describes his paper artworks as gestural, his cutting action emotional and quick. “I just get excited!” he says. “I think the gestural nature of physically cutting helps arrange the pieces…

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Latin American Design Festival 2018

Latin American Design Festival 2018 has now a beautiful new identity created by IS Creative Studio, Peru. For the design of the 4th edition of the Latin American Design Festival, the studio applied two rules, only use two colors and only use two typefaces.     Celebrating 4 years of LADFEST, IS came up…

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Carolina Spencer’s last work for DOIY is visual delights

Carolina Spencer’s last work for DOIY is visual delights. For Barcelona-based retailer DOIY, Chilean floral designer Carolina Spencer has interpreted a selection of objects to create a still life “sobremesa”, featuring candles, crystal, tarot cards, pastries, wine, and cigarettes. A great believer in the talisman, Spencer loves to provide objects with energy, transmitting a…

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Playing with The Sensual Relationship Between Materials And Colors

Playing with the sensual relationship between materials and colors is the concept behind the iridescent works created by the Sydney-based artist Jonny Niesche that confuse perception and mood. Working with hard reflective surfaces such as mirrors, welded steel and polished brass, along with softer, shimmering fabrics, Niesche is able to manipulate space and perspective…

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Creative work by François Peyranne for Club Med

Creative work by François Peyranne for Club Med shows up some creative and inspiring pictures to show all the brand universe. François Peyranne is a French and art director collaborates with Club Med for ten years, a collaboration that began with a film about the 50th anniversary of Club Med in 2000.…

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Colorful hanging screens play with the space in Telaviv

Colorful hanging screens play with the space in Telaviv; they both emphasize and contrast the building’s high ceilings in a lively way. Mesh screens in contrasting colours hang above the heads of diners at Tel Aviv’s Ya Pan bistro, designed by local architects Pitsou Kedem, Irene Goldberg and Sigal Baranowitz. The 70-square-metre…

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Stephen Johnson developed a colorful adhesive dough

London designer Stephen Johnson developed a colorful adhesive dough that is strong enough to bond parts of furniture together. The synthetic dough, called PLAY, is designed to look like children’s modelling toy Play-Doh, but to function as a strong adhesive. It can be used to bond a range of materials, including…