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Monthly archive August, 2013
April Maciborka and Davide Wile - "Pucker" (Babies tasting lemon for the first time)

April Maciborka and Davide Wile – “Pucker” (Babies tasting lemon for the first time)

Pucker is a collaborated effort between April Maciborka and Davide Wile. This series focused on the reaction of babies tasting lemon for the first time. Lemons can be a great source of entertainment. Especially when you give babies the opportunity to taste it for the first time! More about April Maciborka’s work here. More about...
Sebastián Burga - Minimals

Sebastián Burga – Minimals

The artist Sebastian Burga improvised these characters when he lived in Germany. He sold drawings of the “Minimals” flea market to pay the rent. Years later, the project came to the pantry and there was a scene of love at first sight: The artist Mona Herbe felt very identified with the project and began a...
Rustam QBic - Surreal Drawings and Murals

Rustam QBic – Surreal Drawings and Murals

Rustam QBic is a great artist from Kazan, Russia focused on illustration, drawing and graphic design. His last work was an incredible mural on one wall of Moscow for LGZ Festival. His surrealist imagination creates wonderful art pieces, evenif it’s on paper or on a wall. More about Rustam QBic’ work here
Vlad Dragusin - Modern Vintage Toy Cars

Vlad Dragusin – Modern Vintage Toy Cars

A line of vintage toy cars made of solid wood-and-rubber, heirloom construction, and no removable parts, inspired by the 1950’s and 60’s cars. “I have always regarded my work as embodying an entrepreneurial spirit based on a rigorous application and supported by thorough research. While practicing as an architect in New York City and Europe,...
Ester Roi - Colorful riverbeds

Ester Roi – Colorful riverbeds

Ester Roi’s art is characterized by brilliant colors and sharp details and an ongoing fascination with natural objects surrounded or immersed in water. The rocks and flowers in her paintings are observed above and below the surface, and the visual changes that water imparts to their shapes and colors are meticulously recorded. Ester strives to...
Alexandra Bruel - Advertising with Clay

Alexandra Bruel – Advertising with Clay

Alexandra Bruel is a french art director and illustrator based in Paris. She studied graphic design at the Gobelins School in Paris and during her degree she began to work with plasticine. She’s represented by Handsome Frank, a London based agency and she work for an array of clients across the advertising and design sector....
Liza Lou - Kitchen

Liza Lou – Kitchen

Liza’s first large scale work Kitchen, is a life-size replica of a kitchen, covered entirely in millions of glass beads. Every surface—from the cabinet doors to the fresh-baked pie to the swirling dishwater in the sink—is covered with tiny glass beads, all glued by hand. The entire project took 5 years to be finished, Lisa...
Suzan Drummer - Kaleidoscopic floor installations

Suzan Drummer – Kaleidoscopic floor installations

The installations created by Suzan Drummer are circles and vibrant rings of spiraling colors winding into the surface of the floor. They are composed of crystals, chromed metal, precious stones, mirrors and optical glass. Suzan Drummer create powerful images examining the idea of illusion and optical effects. More about Suzan Drummer’s work
Mona Caron - Manifestation Station

Mona Caron – Manifestation Station

A colorful piece of world painted on a standard utility box by Mona Caron. If you look at this box from a specific point and distance, its perspective lines will match the background, providing a glimpse into an alternative reality. Mona Caron is a Swiss-born, San Francisco-based full time artist, freelancing as an illustrator since...
Hövding – Airbag for cyclists

Hövding – Airbag for cyclists

Hövding is a revolutionary bicycle helmet, a new innovation designed for the modern cyclist. Not only one of the safest helmets on the market, but also a discrete chameleon that easily becomes part of your outfit using the changeable shell. Unlike other cycle helmets, Hövding is worn as a collar around your neck. The collar...