Cutting salmon with style: Valeriane Lazard’s ANTIPODE

Posted: 08.02.2017 at 17:38 | Comments: 0

ANTIPODE – Salmon Set
Cutting salmon is a delicate ritual that people share over time. Antipode consists of three objects that ritualise this process. The main piece, a Tamahagane knife, consists of a long process of folding steel. This traditional, ancient technique, also called ‘jewel steel’, implies removing impurities by stretching and compressing the steel. This technique creates patterns on the blade and contrasts with the other objects. <via>

‘The ATHLETES’ – oversized floor lamps by Zaven studio

Posted: 08.02.2017 at 17:31 | Comments: 0

Zaven is a multidisciplinary creative studio based in Venice Italy, focusing on the interaction between communications, design and art. In collaboration with Nike, Zaven designed ‘The Athletes‘, a series of oversize floor lamps.

Soft Stone Sculptures By José Manuel Castro López

Posted: 22.12.2016 at 10:03 | Comments: 0

 

José Manuel Castro López is a Spanish sculptor who creates impressive artworks carved out of stone. The sculptures appear like they’re made of a soft material like sponge, but López actually uses various types of stone, including quartz and granite. The unique pieces feature smooth textures and wrinkles.

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