Linden Gledhill recently achieved impressive images of DNA crystallization. His MSSNG project is the result of a collaboration between Autism Speaks and Google Cloud’s Genomics whose goal is to create the largest open-source in the world of autism genome. To discover in video.
Lukas Dahlén is a Swedish designer born on the island of Gotland. After graduating in 2006, he started his own company and became a consultant for Reflex Arkitekter in 2009. Throughout his career, this designer has completed a multitude of design objects met on his website. Whether in the manufacturing process or in the use of materials, Lukas is trying unusual things.
Canadian design studio Score+Solder, founded by Matthew Cleland, proposes very beautiful terrariums and lamps in glass playing with geometric forms. Handmade, these objets are crafted in different sizes, in transparent or tinted glass, following pyramidal, cubical or dodecahedrons’ shapes. To discover in images.
On the occasion of the holiday season, Fubiz proposes to review some of the most significant products in 2014. From new technologies to design objects through lavish illustrations, there will be something for everyone. Hoping to provide you with this Best of unusual and coveted gift ideas.
This fabric table mat is a prototype made by A.P Works. The graphic distortion that compose the grid pattern of the fabric seems to be caused by the weight of table elements such as the plate and cutlery. This is a beautiful and ingenious optical illusion designed in blue and white. More below.
As part of a project for Sleek Magazine, Still&Strokes has developed a conceptual still lives series on which smoothies are poured (or sometimes spilled) inside beautiful vases from Rosenthal brand. Put on varied and graphic tableclothes matching with the liquid taste represented, the studio offers us a series very pleasurable to see. More below.
California-based photographer Laura Plageman does not content just capturing beautiful wild landscapes images. Once the moment is photographed, she uses different techniques such as distortion, and paper collage to represent nature in its own way. An overview of her work is to be discovered in the article.
Texan artist Mark Lovejoy does very beautiful pictures from patterns created thanks to paint and mixed colors which shape interesting textures and movements. Like a chemist, he studies and choses the diluents, resins, oils and waxes he wants to use. Amazing colors to discover in images in the gallery.
“Visions of America: Amériques” is an audiovisual performance made by Refik Anadol at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. In collaboration with Finnish conductor Esa-pekka Salonen, ha made an architectural installation on a musical composition of Varèse, playing on lights and mapping, the whole commanded from a computer.
With the help of costume designer Stacy Jansen and makeup artist Caroline Stewart, photographer and creative retoucher Lee Howell made great images reproducing the world of the Masai tribe. By selecting the most representative elements of the environment in which members of the tribe live, the photographer has reconstructed all the elements and even the lights into a realistic staging.