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Archive for the ‘design’ Category

FLOOR LAMPS of the month

Posted: 23.10.2013 at 18:11 | Comments: 0

BLACK LIGHT - Having a black bulb instead of a regular one adds a detail that makes a big difference in the interpretation of the the final product. Diana Dumitrescu is a young designer from Bucharest, Romania. She likes ‘to experiment the edges of what’s possible or accepted in design.

THE SPOT LAMP - The Spot Lamp by Nir Meiri draws its inspiration from industrial images such as a crane, a spot light, or a street lamp. The base is heavy, made of metal or concrete, which helps balance the lamp. The lamp shade is not fixed and can move freely to the sides, on the slight poll.

CRANE LAMP - Studio Job created Crane Lamp, a floor-standing piece 163cm high made from bronze that mimics the real thing through the use of miniature lights at the boom point and instead of a heavy load, the crane holds a small light with shade.


WATERDREAM- by designer Oki Sato who is part of the Nendo team. The lamp-shower or showering-lamp was designed for Axor, part of the german brand Hansgrohe which is creating bathroom furniture. Sato says he wanted the design to illustrate the future of what bathrooms could look like.

Multidish by Maxime Ansiau

Posted: 07.10.2013 at 19:59 | Comments: 0

Maxime Ansiau is a dutch artist and designer, he unifies two to six plates and paints them with traditional dutch patterns. Bizarre skyscrapers can be found in them as well as row houses in characteristic blue and white color. more here. (via)

Steel Cut Plants by ZADOK BEN-DAVID

Posted: 03.07.2013 at 17:02 | Comments: 0

In the manner of 19th Century Victorian encyclopaedias the London based artist Zadok Ben-David creates his large and impressive works. 12,000 petit steel cut plant sculptures arise out of a thin layer of sand creating a perfect rectangular installation



Posted: 03.07.2013 at 16:58 | Comments: 0

Nendo’s Akimoku collection is based on the 102 year old archive of bentwood furniture models created by the only bentwood specialist and furniture maker in Japan, Akita Mokko. They’re reviving the old designs, creating a minimalistic and yet classic piece of furniture.


Alex Trochut’s BINARY PRINTS look completely different in the dark

Posted: 10.06.2013 at 13:48 | Comments: 0

Barcelona-based creative powerhouse Alex Trochut has developed a print-making technique where two separate images can be seen in the same picture depending on whether it’s viewed in the light or the dark. And so Binary Prints was born, a series of portraits of some the biggest electro musicians and producers working today. “These nocturnal portraits ‘wake up’ in the dark, just as the DJs come alive at night, as do audiences under the spell of their music,” Alex says. Official website here



Posted: 22.05.2013 at 14:21 | Comments: 0

London based artist Mr Bingo rocks with his hate mail. Love it.

the KONKRET lamp

Posted: 08.04.2013 at 18:13 | Comments: 0

The lamp ‘Konkret’ by Jonas Edvard is made out of a thin layer of ash wood veneer where a leather handle is added. ‘Konkret’ is colored with natural wood stains, in a faded black gradient allowing the warm light of the wood to fade out.


ROBEROPE the minimalist hanger

Posted: 08.04.2013 at 17:58 | Comments: 0

The minimalist clothes hanger Roberope consists of a four-meter long rope, and five freely movable hooks. Just knot it at any desired location and thats it. Roberope is available in five colors and produced in Germany. It has been developed by ‘Club Cocage’, a cooperation between german product designers Justus Kränzleës Julia Landsiedl, Jan-Martin Metzger and Patric Schmid.

Idy Skivenes ART TOAST

Posted: 03.04.2013 at 18:09 | Comments: 0

Idy Skivenes is food artist and enthusiast based in Oslo, Norway. for more info check the official website


Flexible Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo

Posted: 17.02.2013 at 18:32 | Comments: 0

These sculptures are made of thousands of layers of soft white paper, carved into busts, and human forms. Li Hongbo became fascinated by traditional Chinese toys and festive decorations known as paper gourds made from glued layers of thin paper. He applied the same honeycomb-like paper structure to much larger human forms resulting in these highly flexible sculptures.  See more on his here