Monthly Archives: February 2014

Cork Globe by Suck UK

Stick pins in the places you’ve been or plan your future travels. Full-size 10” (Ø 25cm) cork globe with a clear and simple world map: pinpoint cities and tick-off countries as you journey around the planet. Mounted on a stainless … Continue reading

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Super (Winter) Olypics by Francesco Francavilla

To Celebrate the Winter Olympics, Francesco Francavilla created this “Super Olympics” series by imagining what it would be like if superheroes joined the games. website / blog / twitter

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HEXI by Thibaut Sld

HEXI is a responsive wall made of 60 moving modules by Canada-based Thibaut Sld. Its overall shape fluctuates, mirroring our movements. “The hexagonal panels situated on the surface of the interior space use real-time data collected from motion-tracking technology to decode … Continue reading

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Goro Fujita

Born in Japan, German-based artist Goro Fujita currently is working as a Visual Development Artist at PDI/DreamWorks in Redwood City. “In 2002 I started my studies at the German Film School for digital production. My passion for animation grew stronger and drawing remained as a … Continue reading

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The Scale of the Universe by Cary Huang

Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn about everything in between. CLICK HERE TO BE MESMERIZED Please be patient while this page loads — it takes several minutes. But it does include, after all, the … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Lochloosa by JJ Grey & Mofro

Lochloosa is a song from the second studio album by the Jacksonville, Florida based band MOFRO. The album was inspired by Lochloosa Lake, which embodies the natural part of the Florida heartland that the band often sings about in their songs. Lyrics: Homesick but it’s … Continue reading

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Ceramics by Beccy Ridsdel

The installation takes the form of an observation of a surgical experiment in progress. The ‘surgeon’ is dissecting the craft object to see what is within. He finds craft through and through. He tries the experiment again and again, piling … Continue reading

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Brown and Blue works by Michael Reedy

“In the brown and blue works I began to explore visual complexity and ornamentation in conjunction with my prior interests; which have long been rooted in contemporary trends in figurative and portrait based works, as well as fringe images of … Continue reading

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Fried Eggs Shaper by Avihai Shurin for Monkey Business

Be creative and personalize your eggs! This two fried eggs mold will bring your breakfast presentation to new levels of fun and artistry. An innovative design: just pour the eggs into the circles – the egg-yolk stays in the ring … Continue reading

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Ornate Embroidery Patterns Stitched into Metallic Objects

Lithuatian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė applies decorative patterns found in embroidery magazines to metallic objects like plates, spoons, lamps and car doors. From an essay on her work by Dr. Jurgita Ludavičienė: “Employing irony, Severija conceptually neutralizes the harmfulness of kitsch’s sweetness and sentimentality. … Continue reading

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