Artist Daniel Rozin imagined the interactive installation “PomPom Mirror”, exhibited until 1st July at the Bitforms gallery, located in New York. This circular sculpture, hung to the wall, presents 928 pieces of faux black and beige fur that move thanks to 464 motion captors, in order to give the impression to stand in front of a mirror.
Javier De Riba is a Spanish artist who owns an impressive collection of what he calls “floor installations”. To bring colors in abandoned and derelict places, he draws geometric patterns on the ground that look like tiles, thanks to sprays and stencils.
José Bernabé, a designer based in The Netherlands whose we already have talked about for his alphabets projects, imagined posters and graphic quotes for his 3 months year old son Raúl. When he grows up, he will read these posters as advices to follow in order to start his life well.
Artist Suzy Taylor, creates very impressive meticulous paper art. Every detail is cut with precision to get a result close to painting. Every creation is bucolic.
After his Monster Chair and his Armstrong Light, Russian designer Constantin Bolimond designed a new lamp called “MU – Packing for Light”. This project gathers two themes : packaging and light. This light is shaped like a milk bottle that enlightens when you unscrew the cork.
Swedish designer Jessica Sjöstedt has created a smart and surprising packaging especially made for Champagne bottles. Adorned with polygonal and colorful graphics, this cylindric box features a detachable top. To discover.
Yayoi Kusama brings a bit of colors in the David Zwirner gallery, in New York, with his exhibition “Give Me Love” introducing the Obliteration Room : a white room entirely covered by stickers and colorful polka-dots that visitors can stick as they want. You can decorate this room until 13th June.
Designer Alex Malytskyy has thought to launch a new Kickstarter project The Morza Coded Bracelets. It’s bracelets in leather with coded words in morza. The goal is to attribute a symbolic word for the future you. The rope bracelet is here to represent the link between present and future.
Indonesian designer Fajar Judadi, known as “JVDADI” put the ancestral Indonesian Shield in the style of the day. He decided to create 5 models of skateboard, giving a new utility to this object that is usually used as a decoration object. Seven boards per model are available.
German author and photographer Nicholas Ganz wrote the book “Street Messages” which deals with a study of the urban messages, street art and the language of walls and public spaces. He explains how this tradition kept going through the eras, from the rupestrian and parietal art that we can find in Prehistoric caves and hieroglyphic inscriptions of Egypt, until contemporary street artists such as Banksy, Ben Eine, Flint, Kid Acne, Mobstr and Skki who continue to make the walls talk.
Lisa Sorgini, an artist already published on Fubiz, is the author of the project “The Center Cannot Hold / Explosions Are Not Comfortable”. Under the form of still lives, she stages explosions in the middle of quiet compositions, that come trouble the order of the picture.
Markos R. Kay is a digital artist living in London who was commissioned by Pentagram in order to make 3D illustrations based on the work of Nobel Prize-winner Eric Betzig, for HHMI Bulletin Magazine. “Microscopic Leaps” reveals complex figures which simulate what we call “fluorescent microscopy”.
Italian photographer Stefano Scatà has captured stunning images of Riad Dar Darma interior, beautiful riad located in Marrakech. Room by room, the artist makes us discover this authentic place straight out of The Thousand and One Nights.
Helsinki School gallery reveals this series of collages made by artist Ulla Jokisalo and composed by black and white retro portraits of women with animal heads put on their faces with pins, and giving the illusion of curious hybrid creatures. Find out more in images.
Kostiantyn Kuvika of Plan Bureau imagined an asymmetric and geometric house that mimics the horizon shaped by mountains. “The Valley House” is made to be built in the middle of the nature in order to become a relaxation space. With its 3 storeys and bay windows, it offers a comfort, a natural light and an amazing perspective on the landscape.