Sculpture by the Sea is an annual exhibition that takes place on Sydney beaches where international artists exposed their sculpture on the beach : this year passersby could meet a black rhinoceros on the sand, a giant frying pan and many other unexpected sculptures. To discover in images.
Here is a series of animated GIFs made by the French graphic designer Guillaume Kurkdjian. In this second series of “Bisous les copains”, the artist develops, with a colorful and captivating graphic style, funny living scenes in different architectural places. To discover in images.
Artist Henry Hargreaves, who has always played with food, just released his new pop culture series, combining his passion for Star Wars’ figurine’s packagings and food art. Like Han Solo who ended frozen with carbonite in “Empire Strikes Back”, he wanted to make trophies in chocolate to freeze the heroes of his childhood : Batman, Indiana Jones, Woody, Hulk and also Homer Simpson.
Mues Design is a French studio that design stunning colorful wallpapers for lunatic interiors. Bespoke creations, wall decor, the range of graphics and themes proposed by the studio varies according to the taste. Gradients walls, facades with ananas, holographic room. More details in images.
Photographer Bela Borsodi imagined a surprising alphabet. By piling up and arranging all kinds of objects such as clothes, furniture, odds and ends, she brilliantly created the letters of the word “Alphabet”. She structured her work around a careful organization of space. A great project to discover in the following.
Based in Los Angeles, photographer Gray Malin dedicates this part of his work to balloons, universal symbols of celebration, happiness and joy. In the series “Up and way”, the artist uses row of animals balloons inflated with helium which he places in incongruous but idyllic environments. To discover.
Currently at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the collective exhibition “Inside” offers visitors a passage to the interior of the self, for which the exhibition space serves as a metaphor. The design collective Numen / For Use which we had already spoken before made a gigantic construction consists of 44 km of strips of tape woven around pylons and accommodating 5 people at once. To discover in images.
After their S-House which played on transparency and staircases’ structure, Japanese studio Yuusuke Karasawa Architects had the idea to think the Villa Kanousan in the shape of a cube, in Honshu Island in Japan. With its original interior, this two storey-house was imagined with the theme of “cubic void”, cutting parts of walls and grounds in geometric and cubic forms, deconstructed and angular.
To design such beautiful objects, the design studio Swine based on extensive research it performs worldwide to renew creative design processes and achievements. For this project named Hair Highway, we learn how the studio immerse itself in the Chinese hair resale to adapt it to design product. To discover in the Making-of.
For the 3D PrintShow 2014 in Paris, French designers Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques have imagined the collection « Lacelamps » : lights imitating the patterns of the lace which has been made with a 3D printer. When they’re on, the table lamp “Lamp” and suspended lamp “Sky” reflect the shadows of the lace in the entire room.