I really don't care as long as it comes in this sophisticated looking lunchbox designed by Lorea Sinclaire. Via HUH Magazine.
Chastain from Chattanooga
Nice collage work by artist Hollie Chastain.
posted by JE;SU kl. 09:01
Ballistic Boondoggle and Repetitive Deception Scheme
Mixed media installations by American artist Liz Miller. She recontextualizes simplified shapes, signs and symbols from disparate historical and contemporary imagery to create abstract fictions. I absolutely love it - the pink one looks like gigant paper cut chewing gum! Check out more of her fantastic work here or here or here or...Via The Jealous Curator.
posted by JE;SU kl. 09:14
Samuel Coendet and Lea Gerber from Atelier Volvox collected plush toys from second-hand shops and forgotten corners of nursery schools and gave them a new life by opening, reversing and resewing them. Love the idea – it's so funny (and a little scary!). The Outsiders toys received the Recycling Design Preis 2012 in Germany last week. Via Dezeen.
posted by JE;SU kl. 09:42
Apple Pencil Sharpener
How cool is this apple-shaped pencil sharpener by Rabbit Hole? Pretty cool I say! Rabbit Hole is a Japanese design trio comprised of designer Atsushi Suzuki, furniture designer Hidenori Takeuchi and photographer Masakazu Ohnishi. Via Spoon & Tamago.
posted by JE;SU kl. 14:38
By French design agency Akatre. Check out more here. Via Bluebirds Flow Into My Room.
posted by JE;SU kl. 10:07
Mixed Media Collages
He's currently a Biological Sciences major but in between classes Arian Behzadi does personal and commissioned visual design work. Here's a bunch of fine mixed media collages – and much more at his Flickr. Via Trendland.
posted by JE;SU kl. 09:12
Two Lucky Stores
Beautiful and absolutely amazing oak parquet in the Stella McCartney Milan and Rome stores arranged in a multicolored pattern created by Israeli designer Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay for Established & Sons. I want that floor! Or I could maybe move into one of the stores...?
posted by JE;SU kl. 09:17
A Girl and her Room
This project by Rania Matar – born and raised in Lebanon, living in the U.S. since 1984 – is about teenage girls and young women at a transitional time of their lives, alone in the privacy of their own personal space and surroundings: their bedroom, a womb within the outside world. Via Basic Sounds.
posted by JE;SU kl. 11:44
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