Dent Protetyka is a little dental studio designed by Polish architect Adam Wiercinski. The place is divided in two zones, the waiting room and the consulting room, separated by a big green medical cross that decorate the first zone but also shape the entrance for the working room and the customer service window.
For the Lodz 4 Cultures Festival, artist Isaac Cordal cages in little balconies miniature characters on a building’s facade in Lodz, Poland. Entitled “Sasiedzi” (“neighbors”), this artwork shows isolated protagonists demonstrating the idea of being together but alone and without any communication because of new technologies. Some figurines hold a mobile phone, head down to the screen, or call someone in order to show that they communicate elsewhere, through smartphones instead of the current moment.
For the annual edition of the Sculpture by the Sea festival which happened in Denmark, in Aarhus, studio Atelier 37.2 imagined the installation “New Horizon”. Inspired by Rothko, this sculpture shaped like an ephemeral room hides a cave of wooden planks playing on perspectives and the concept of layers.
The team of SelgasCano imagined a multicolored pavilion for this annual edition of the “Serpentine Gallery Pavilion”, which happened in London. Made of sheets and strings that make us think about webs, this installation was created in order to create a “secret corridor” inspired by the chaotic structure of London’s underground. This architectural artwork will be exhibited until 18th October.
Ernesto Artillo is a Spanish artist who has observed his father making collages for a long time during his childhood before starting in this art of paper. Since then, he works with brands such as Oysho and Mango to illustrate their new clothes collections and adds paint brushstrokes to create more relief to his floral artworks made of orchids and petals.
For the the month of July we gathered for you the most beautiful creations tables. Each is unique : rectangular, round-shaped, cloud-shaped, thermo-reactive, or made of LEGO , these tables are all more original and more surprising than the other, there will be something for all tastes.
After the very graphic “Cósmica y sus huevos” project, Colombian Artist Daniel Aristizábal has been called by Toy nail polish in order to design the visuals for the launching of their new website. He made a series of 3D set design featuring a blue swimming-pool, hot pink donuts and golden touches.
California-based graphic designer Mun Joo Jane has recently refreshed the packaging of the Kellogg’s – “Special K” cereals in a very creative, aesthetic and more mature redesign. She gave to the packaging a cylindrical shape with measures put on the box, far from the idea we have of a traditional cereals packet.
Gramovox which we already present the work work, created a vertical turntable named “Floating Record Vertical Turntable”. This creation plays records in the vertical and is composed of full-range stereo speakers allowing to restitute the particular sound of records. The project is proposed on Kickstarter.
Design firm Shift, based in Mexico, started the lamps collection U32 for the brand LampsLite. The first model, U32-1, was built with metal and explores the concept of geometry, tension and the structure of the modern city landscape. They were inspired by icosaedric shapes to build an angular and complex geometry.
Commissioned by the brand Ford, The Principals designed an interactive installation during the annual event of the Sight Unseen OFFSITE : a sanctuary that lights up when the viewer touches the walls. Finger pulse monitors feel the heartbeats of the participants and allow the animation of this architecture’s interior.