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Archive for the ‘design’ Category
Lumio is a portable light that folds up just like a book. When open, it becomes illuminated from within. The cover is embedded with magnets so it can be mounted on a wide variety of surfaces. It remains lit for 8 hours when fully charged. The Lumio was designed by architect Max Gunawan.
These images by photographer Catherin Colaw are an exploration of sexuality and nakedness, vulnerability and separateness. A women’s identity is sacred and yet it is often stripped down and defined by her bare body. In this series, nudity is no longer about sexuality, but about vulnerability. Each image is a self-portrait and a meditative practice. (via)
Merging photography, sculpture and painting Amanda Charchian tries to express the subconscious sphere and mystical experiences into our physical world. Her artistic experiments come with an organic and youthful spirit.
Looking at Todd Baxter images, it’s hard to believe that these surreal scenes are created with a camera, not with a brush and paint. Baxter succeeds in loading his painterly compositions with exquisite details! see more at the official site
Fideli Sundqvist is a young lady from Stockholm, Sweden who is building up stories, which she illustrates with three-dimensional paper creations. It is her new interpretation of the classic still life.
Visit Fidelis official site for more amazing artworks
Hanabunko is a small flower vase shaped like a book. It seamlessly integrates into your shelves while adding a dash of life to your collection of books. It works as a divider or simply a flower vase. The round hole in the center functions is a grip, but also as a stopper for longer flowers. You can get it here.
Spanish graphic design studio Tata&Friends created the series ‘Rock Band Icons’ as a tribute to their favorite bands.
Was designed by Alts Design Office to mimic the building’s gabled profile. The architects chose to emphasize this characteristic shape by creating doorways, windows and shelving units that all share similar proportions.
This bike seat sculpture, titled ‘Bite It’ was constructed from plastic, acrylic, spray paint and epoxy by Vancouver-based artist Clem Chen. The work was originally created for the Hot Art Wet City gallery in Vancouver, BC as a part of the ‘Saddle-Up’ show where local artists were given used bike seats to reinterpret, modify and decorate. Recently, this piece became finalist for a Designboom competition, the ‘ASIA AWARDS 2013′