Archive for November, 2012
Check inside 10 more cool mustache eyewear stands
Korean design firm, DaN came out with Mr. Musta, “Gorgeous Mustache Eyeglasses Holder” that will ensure that your glasses look stylin’ both on and off your face
Each eyeglass holder comes packaged for easy assembly: the box includes its unique mustache design, nose piece and a back support for standing upright (there’s also a hole in the back for hanging). Among the 14 available designs ranging from the dandy to the creepy, there’s one female face, set apart by her full red lips, and named “Marilyn,” naturally.
Hubert Le Gall just won ‘creator of the year’ at the 2012 Maison & Object exhibition, inside see why
Hubert le Gall is a French artist and designer that bring his unique vision into each work he creates. Le Gall mostly uses bronze and draws on influences from the animal world and nature. His furniture ranges from snake-inspired lightning to whale-shaped armchairs and flower-themed coffee tables. I will defiantly follow his future artworks.
Above #1: Pot de fleurs – flower-pot shape armchair (1998), below see it as appear in a living room for a magazine photo shot
Above #2: Marguerites coffee table, comes with a suitable rug.
Baleine whale chair
L’été sera chaud
Lampe “Géode” (2000 )
Artist Caitlind Brown from Canada recently presented at an arts festive, “nuit blanche”, the cloud, a life-sized interactive light installation engages the public to participate by standing beneath it and pulling lights on and off, creating the flickering aesthetic of an electrical cloud.
Felissimo, a Japanese pencil manufacture came out with an interesting offer – monthly subscription for pencils – you get 25 pencils for each month for 20 months, 500 pencils in total!
For the question where to store it Felissimo created cool wall mount adorning any wall like an art canvas
Buy the subscription (1,800 JPY) or the Aurora / Color wave / Orchestra store solution at the Felissimo website.
American photographer Allan Teger’ bodyscapes® is a cool set of black and white photographs depicting miniature scenes on the nude body mimicking various landscapes.
Artist describing the development of his work:
‘I remember the moment that the idea for bodyscapes® came to me. I was thinking that the shape and structure of the universe repeated itself at every level and suddenly I had the image in my mind of a skier going down a breast. this was it – the universe repeating its shapes – a body looking like a mountain. it was also an example of two realities coexisting. the picture could be seen as a landscape and it could also be seen as a body.
although they were different, both perceptions were right at the same time. I knew instantly that I had an entire series of images waiting to be captured on film.’
New James Bond movie, Skyfall, in premiere worldwide. Here is our way to celebrate that: the complete 32 movie posters, enjoy!
Handimals is a series of animal hand paintings. The work was done by artist Guido Daniele who did an amazing job tricking my eyeballs into believing that those things are actually animals and NOT hand paintings. In fact, I still don’t believe it. They just look so real. Each work takes up to 4 hours to complete which just goes to show, Guido over here is just as dedicated as he is talented.
Be sure to check out the rest of Guido’s work at his website.