Featuring red touches, angular golden roof, check patterns, green lawn, The House for Essex imagined by Grayson Perry and FAT architecture could easily belong to Queen of Hearts of Alice in Wonderland. Located in a village, north-east London, this incredible house also refers to chapels aesthetics. To discover through Jack Hobhouse’s photographs.
“Flower” is the name of the latest collection of vessels by Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy who work at Dinosaur Designs. These bowls, plates and vases have been inspired by the abstract and organic of flowers and water lilies. They have been captured like still lives by photographer Milo Reid.
Joe Caslin is an Irish street artist that shows his involvement for the gay marriage in the streets of Dublin. A few day before the vote for the gay marriage, he made a giant fresco on the Galway Castle, inspired by the classical painting “The Meeting On Turret Stairs” by Irish painter Frederic William Burton. A few months earlier, he was the author of the project “Embrace” : a embrace between two men posted everywhere in the streets, in frescos and stickers.
Annabel Karim Kassar is behind the project “Camera Chiara” that is between architecture and installation. Made of two mobile pavilions : “Liwan”, the mobile cabin, and “Camera Obscura”, an itinerant cinema, this installation has the form of an old camera and can contain 30 people. It was designed for the exhibition “Energy For Creativity” planned by Italian magazine “Interni”.
Lisa Sorgini, whose we already have talked about for her series Flotsam, also makes “accidental” and funny collages on old pictures from National Geographic magazines she finds here and here. “Food Stamps” is a project where she integrates food, fruits or candies but also flowers, like stamps.
Previously presented for her monochromatic and childish sceneries Carolina Mizrahi reveals today her new series “Avatar ” in collaboration with Old Tat Magazine. This pink creative series denounces how internet can shape a virtual identity to people while disconnecting them from reality.