Berliner artist Olafur Eliasson, who we have talked about previously, has recently filled the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark by rocks, soil and an artificial river. The installation “Riverbed” immerges the viewer in a contemplation of the outside inside. To discover.
Based in France, photographer Julien Douvier offers us here a magnificent series of animated GIF, where he focused on a specific item. This element, such as a person, a drop or a bird will be moving in a completely static environment. A poetic vision that make us understand how these little details are beautiful to contemplate.
American designer Lily Clark created an ophthalmologic kit called “Play Optics” inspired by Josef Albers’ optic art. Helped by Dan Blackman studio, she printed optometric tests’ posters, business cards, postcards and a lookbook, the whole with pastel colors. A design made in order to anticipate our eyesight’s troubles.
English artist Andy Fairhust draws illustrations of pop culture icons. With his personal touch, he reports brilliantly the world and the ambient of the characters he draws. The lighting effects are also very successful : the moonlight in Batman, or the famous lightsaber of Darth Vader. Find out more in the article.
Artists Gerlinde Gruber, Christine Strempel and Matthäus Jiszda have gathered more than 1700 MMP packagings which which they piled up in order to build this unusual fresco. Thanks to its composition, the creation forms beautiful reliefs and a very successful color gradation. More details in images.
Here is a portable light called T1 made by the Russian studio Artzavod. Designed with recycled materials and using LEDs for minimum energy consumption, this unusual lamp responds to environmental concerns. The wooden structure is attached to a USB connection via a red cord. Then, it’s possible to connect it to a computer or other USB-compatible device to turn the light on.
The objective of this project made by the italian photograph Mattia Mognetti was to bring ancient worship places photos back to their origins and give them back their entire spirituality. The artist gives us a wonderful series of architectural masterpieces in black and white spread through by a gothic atmosphere. Find out more in the gallery.
New focus on the Italian designer Nicola Conti who designed this lamp called TRIO. Staying true to his touch, the artist combined here a lamp, a fabric coating and a small built-in table, ideal to put small objects such as keys or a cell phone. Made of wood and steel, TRIO has three legs and a lampshade in pastel blue, pink, yellow or white. To Discover.