Graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and based in Alaska, photographer Acacia Johnson captures very beautiful landscapes, scandinavian, of Iceland or her own country. In blue tints and through her delicate eye, she makes us discover these countries’ nature that passionate her. To discover.
For the fashion brand BEIGE, japanese studio Nendo (whose we already have talked about) has imagined the interior of their concept store at the Tamagawa Takashimaya shopping center in Tokyo. The client wanted multifunctional spaces : that’s why the studio cuts the space in 3 levels : “library” with books on shelves, “store” with clothes suspended on hangers, “gallery” with objects on side tables.
Steve Wintercroft designed a series of brilliant three-dimensional mask templates. Ingenious and fun, masks can be easily constructed with simple tools, cereal boxes and old cardboard found at home. The three series animal, halloween and humanoid are available for purchase through the artist shop.
In the style of Fan Ho that transcribed the poetry of Hong Kong in the 50s, the photographer Fred Lyon presents a touching portrait of San Francisco city from the 40′s to the 60′s by a series of black and white photographs. From the fisherman to the passerby, from the flourishing buildings to neon signs, the artist illustrates with sensitivity the vintage aspect of the Californian city.
It was at MU Eindhoven in the Netherlands that the collective WE MAKE CARPETS celebrated its 5th anniversary by exhibiting its amazing creations : unusual carpets composed by items such as recycled glass bottles, pasta or figurines. A collection with various textures and colors to discover in the following.
Las Vegas-based photographer Tim Navis takes pictures in black and white, colors, digital or with film camera. Here’s a selection of his pictures, from his series “Digital” and “Film” : cliches where the nature speaks through the patterns it draws with the reliefs and by the power of its desertic landscapes.
Skilful designer Zaha Hadid unveiled her architectural project for Sleuk Rith Institute in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This building with a stunning design is a prestigious place of culture and the completion of a creative research to illustrate the cultural richness of the country and commemorate the victims of the genocide. More details in images.
Famous astronaut Chris Hadfield just published his new book entitled “You Are Here”, in which he shares the pictures he took from the International Space Station. Landscapes are captured from an aerial point of view where textures, colors and reliefs are drawn. Another look to the world, to discover.
Based in California, Toby Harriman, photographer and founder of Planet Unicorn, has directed a video called “A Typical San Francisco Morning”. With a Canon 6D and from a Robinson R22 helicopter, he has filmed these amazing aerial views in San Francisco with the typical fog we see in the morning. On a composition by James Everingham, to watch.
Here is a series as sweet as colored developed by the artist Massimo Gammacurta. An alphabet called “Eat Me” represented by letters whose uniqueness and originality are amplified by production’s blemishes. The artist presents an interesting and high-color work, to discover in the following.