Created by Japanese designer Jun Murakoshi, Bloom vases and baskets combine two kinds of materials, fabric and glass. Taut colorful threads on blown glass container enable the user to slip the stem inside or to place fruits on the surface.
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.
Finnish photographer Christoffer Relander, whose we already present the work, offers in his collection entitled “We Are Nature Vol. 4″, amazing portraits using double exposures, triple, quadruple and sextuple exposure techniques. Pictures were taken “in-camera” in the Finnish woods, without any help from an extern program. Faces merge into a dense vegetation, giving a surrealistic aspect to the pictures.
Photographer Anne-Laure Etienne is the author of a very beautiful series called “The Infinity of the Possible”. It gathers women’s portraits, all dressed up and drowned by their big skirts and dresses, captured underwater in a total immersion where the mass of water represents the infinity of what’s possible.