After having reviewed some of his talented creations, new focus on the interior designer Nicola Conti, author of this lamp, called Anita. As well as being rotatable, the object has an integrated coffee table and can be adapted in several materials for a texturizing effect : shiny metal, opaque metal or pink.
For his final project at the University of East London, the Lithuanian photographer Tomas Januska realized Gravity series featuring several people jumping in the air. With these photos, the artist celebrate freedom, energy and spontaneity. A black and white series to discover in the galery.
Here is a table created by the Mexican artist Antonio Serrano. With the motto “Everything starts with a connection, Even this table,” the designer has designed a unique table whose legs recall precisely connections or conductors threads. The name also refers to the design which appears as a sort of barricade declined in several colors : red, yellow, black to discover in the gallery.
Sarah Illenberger is a German artist who skillfully transforms ordinary materials in unexpected objects. Here, she plays with ice cream transforming them in hot-air balloon or even in peacock. One of her creations strangely looks alike the Red Square’s Cathedral in Moscow. A gourmet series to discover in colorful images.
In order to capture the most memorable moments of the Burning Man edition, New Zealand photographer Trey Ratcliff visited the Nevada Black Rock desert where take place each year the most zany festivities of the planet. Costumes, sculptures, installations, the photographer skillfully transcribed this wonderful artistic pilgrimage. Find out more in the gallery.
Fascinated by the paper and all the creative possibilities that this material offers, the artist Yulia Brodskaya whose the work was the object of an article previously, creates beautiful colorful compositions by using glue and cut paper. Between sculptures and illustrations, her creations are very graphic and performed with an admirable precision. To discover in images.
Unusual and surrealist images, this is what the protographer Aisha Zeijpvelds, based in Amsterdam presents here with a portrait series. What is particular is the directing, which appears like totally zany. Some of the models have limbs split into two as while some others have the eyes hidden by a mirror or by a smoke heap. To discover in this article.
Here is a series of paintings with a remarkable technical achievement : as if they were lit by candlelight, models are buried in the dark, sometimes revealing a part of their face only. A hyper-realistic work that almost let think models were photographed in studio. A series signed by Alejandro Monge to discover in images.
HG-architecture created an amazing spiral sculpture from 9 076 wooden modules. This work looks like atoms and molecules with its organic shape. A real game of pixelated construction to discover at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, in Korea and through Kyungsub Shin’s photos.