Canadian designers Ben Johnston and Mark Simmons have made this very beautiful 3D printed piece for a Aston Martin Magazine’s editorial. The article is about how 3D printing has changed car’s designs. To discover from the sketches to the final piece.
After having reviewed some of his talented creations, new focus on the interior designer Nicola Conti, author of this lamp, called Anita. As well as being rotatable, the object has an integrated coffee table and can be adapted in several materials for a texturizing effect : shiny metal, opaque metal or pink.
For his final project at the University of East London, the Lithuanian photographer Tomas Januska realized Gravity series featuring several people jumping in the air. With these photos, the artist celebrate freedom, energy and spontaneity. A black and white series to discover in the galery.
Created by Martin Stirling and the association of international ONGs, this spot is intended to draw attention to the silence and violence of Syria shelling. With an effect of reverse, the video raises awareness about the fact that even if we can not change the past, it is still possible to contend together for the future of the country and civilian’s life. A petition has also been organized on WithSyria website.
Here is a table created by the Mexican artist Antonio Serrano. With the motto “Everything starts with a connection, Even this table,” the designer has designed a unique table whose legs recall precisely connections or conductors threads. The name also refers to the design which appears as a sort of barricade declined in several colors : red, yellow, black to discover in the gallery.
By focusing on the landscape textures he observes, the photographer Thorsten Scheuermann presents here an abstract series of very graphic photographs. The way he interprets the textures from nature gives a very interesting visual identity. Discover beautiful lava flows and arid lands in the gallery.
Sarah Illenberger is a German artist who skillfully transforms ordinary materials in unexpected objects. Here, she plays with ice cream transforming them in hot-air balloon or even in peacock. One of her creations strangely looks alike the Red Square’s Cathedral in Moscow. A gourmet series to discover in colorful images.
Designer Ryan Anthony Wolper created an oak box for Silver Oak’s cellars based in The United States. The box gathers wine samplers with a glass tinted in grey with a lot of texture and the typography was burned in the wood, also cut with the help of laser. Boxes contains a Cabernet Sauvignon from the Alexander Valley and the Napa Valley. Available in limited edition.