The Dutch publication Frame magazine bills itself as the “world’s leading interior design publication.” So you can imagine that an interior design firm tasked with creating a retail store for the magazine
Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo, aka Bordalo II, uses mixed media to create his own interpretations of the urban landscape and environment. He often composes his works using various found items
Sofia Ajram is a Montreal, Canada-based photographer who creates surreal photos filled with beautiful light. Whether her subjects are being magically lifted into the air or dancing to the beat of their
Nearly 30 years ago, sculptor John Bisbee was exploring an abandoned house, scavenging for items he could incorporate into found-object sculptures, when he accidentally kicked over a bucket filled with
The Dutch-based Studio Roosegaarde created a stunning illuminated trail in Nuenen, Netherlands. Called Van Gogh-Roosegaard Bicycle Path, it’s based on the famous Vincent Van Gogh painting The Starry Night.
London-based Julia Fullerton-Batten is a world-wide acclaimed and exhibited fine art photographer. Her work is best known for creative settings and highly cinematic lighting. This small collection of work,
Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was recently commissioned by Paris-based art gallery Philippe Gravier to produce this beautifully innovative installation for the FIAC art fair in Paris’ Jardins des Tuileries.
I like the look of these prints made for the Leeds Print festival (UK), by The Lab, earlier this year. They evolved into a 32 page notebook with a handy paper dimensions guide on the back. A great mix
If you feel like you’re stuck in a rut, check out these motivational posters by Be Happy. The company believes that “Words are Powerful” and they’ve put inspirational sentences on everything from posters
French artist Steve Spazuk “paints” portraits of faces, figures, and animals, using a highly unconventional, potentially dangerous technique: He uses fire and soot. In this gorgeous video, by Patrick watch
Online marketplaces are a boon for counterfeiters. In China, for example, handbags with pirated designs and phony Western-sounding brand names have become commonplace. But one of the most intractable for