After his excellent series of posters Iconic World Cup, designer Nick Barclay invites us to discover with its ten minimalist geometric style the most famous cocktails in the world. Rendering simple and successful showing the doses required to make each of these mixtures.
The Falkland Islands, an archipelago in the South Atlantic, are known to be the place of living of millions of penguins. Photographer Stanley Leroux took these beautiful landscapes in images and directed “The Last Frontier”, a video centered on this last bastion before the Antarctic Circle and its inhabitants.
American painter Matt Story invites us to forget this gray and rainy summer in France with impressive realistic paintings. Visually very successful, the creations of the renowned artist invites us to dive deep in a pool of paint.
Japanese photographer Takehito Miyatake is specialized in making images using a technique of long exposure to get almost unreal images. Recently won the Grand Prize in 2014 Nikkei National Geographic Photo Awards, his pictures make you want to get lost in a bright Japan.
OM/ONE is the name of this levitating Bluetooth speaker. Designed by startup OM Audio, this spheric object offers a magnetic base, and the lithium battery in the sphere accounts for nearly 15 hours. An exciting development in the following project.
Taiwanese artist Hsin-Chien Huang realized this kinetic sculpture for the MRT Public Art called “The moment We Meet “. This facility offers a panel system to compose and represent different faces, to honor the elderly citizens. A project installed in the subway in Taiwan to discover in video below.
Roberta Mancino is a model of 33 years but is also passionate about extreme sports. So she’s used skydiving and wing-suit jumps. She recently plunged amid whale sharks, manta rays or other aquatic animals. Beautiful photographs taken by Shawn Heinrichs to discover in the article.
An artist collective, with members Alberto Alarcón, Emilio Alarcón, Ciro Márquez & Eva Salmerón recently installed a sculpture and conceptual public work in Baltimore, also serving as a bus stop. A logical use, as the piece itself shows the 3 letters on a large scale, to sit while waiting for the arrival of the bus.
Danish contemporary artist Olafur Eliasson imagined last year for the art project Californian Doug Aitken ‘Station to Station’ a Machine for designing various abstract drawings made by the land. An original idea to discover below with pictures and a video.
Using the mythical camera Pentax 67,Maison Carnot invites with us this nice video to discover the capital of France through the sensor of camera, giving even more romance and charm to images. A nice video signed by Mathieu Maury & Antoine Pai to discover below.
Gabriela Chávez & Steffi Rocha worked together to make this beautiful representation of a horse face made from 10,800 wooden blocks. An impressive mural resembling giant pixels, to discover in the following pictures.
Milanese teams from Storage Associati realized this magnificent staircase for a house, playing with talent on the perception to provide a space combining elegance and modernity . An impressive creation to see in the sequel in a series of images.
Designers from London Michael & George had the extravagant idea to imagine a lamp in the form of a giant pencil. A project where the light flashed from a light bulb placed at the gum called HB Pencil Lamp for sure that will change your interior.
The German-Hungarian artist Katharina Roters made a series of photographs identifying the different colorful and unique facades of Hungarian houses called “Magyar Kocka“, cubes that can be found all over this former countries of the Soviet Union. Simple but customized houses decorated by locals to discover in the article.
To imagine some of the world’s most famous places abandoned and reclaimed by nature in a post-apocalyptic world, that is what artists recently proposed by studio team Naughty Dog who developed the Last of Us, video game set in a world affected by infection and human zombification. Reinterpretations visually amazing. To discover