Nava has imagined the watch Ora Unica which surprises when we notice the rolled hands around the central axe. The shape of the hands was thought from a simple squiggle. An unconventional way to read time, to discover in images.
“Towards biology” is a piece created by Onionlab in collaboration with Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura for the exhibition “time, space, existence” held at palazzo bembo within the framework of the 2014 venice architecture biennale. Viewers are asked to consider abstractly the creative epicenter of bofill’s studio, and its work from the mid-1970s to the present day. To discover in video.
Japanese artist and cartographer Sohei Nishino is mapping the world’s cities. From Rio to London and from New York to Tokyo, his highly detailed maps serve up a unique portrait of some of the world’s most diverse cities. Consisting of thousands of cut-out snapshots of each location, the artist meticulously pieces together these images to form highly complicated collages.
Architect Cristina Parreño has built a sculpture in opaque glass for the International Design Center of MIT in Boston. This artwork called “Tectonics of Transparency” curls and changes of shape according to the viewer’s angle like plate tectonics’ movements. The choice of transparency refers to the conception of an opaque private life to preserve at work.
It’s in the turquoise waters off the Cabo Pulmo coast, Mexico, during a Diving session that Mika Woyda and her husband, Caine Delacy, have lived the unusual experience to meet a huge school of fish. The couple took advantage of this special moment to blend in with the silver swirl and capture incredible images. To discover.
Australian artist Kendal Murray uses everyday objects to create playful miniature sculptures of tiny figurines and objects engaged in fun scenes. The small worlds come from our dream states and how we are able to play with our own identity in these dream states. To her, the miniatures serve as metaphors for intuitive thought.
Nucleo is an Italian collective of designers and artists founded and directed by Piergiorgio Robino from Turin. They create wooden furniture in resin : tables, chairs and benches are covered by a layer of resin which turn these interior objects into real artworks to exhibit in your living room or your kitchen. A selection of their works is available in the gallery.
Here is the crazy clip of the artist Nigel Stanford. Based on the visualization of audio frequencies, the single image Cymatics, from his album Echoes Solar, has been put in images. Sand, water or electrically interact with the vibrations generated by the instruments, and in turn recreate beautiful patterns. To discover.
Located on the highest peak of Harghita mountains in Transylvania Romania, the Kápolna Madaras is a chapel with unusual architectural structure. This extra-ordinary building was thought by Christopher Johnson Architect and Ramona Albert merges with its natural environment and feature little circle windows that let the light enter for variable light intensity. More details in images.