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Monthly Archives: May 2012

It’s an amazing collection  by Singapore based industrial designer Daniel Loves Objects  that’s both practical and visually captivating. The uniquely constructed light fixtures, created around a uniquely styled mannequin base, showcases scaled figures that can be styled and adjusted to fit the desires of the users making each interaction and display a one of a kind experience. Each piece is a work of art!

Written by: Georgette Mosley

 

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Los Angeles based photographer and artist Cecelia Webber takes photos of nude human bodies and configures them together to create visually stunning images of flowers. The former neuroscience major stumbled upon the idea after viewing a picture of a body against a black background that highly resembled a flower petal. From there, the magic took off! Taking hours to find the perfect pose then tediously Photoshopping the images together results in these breathtaking images made entirely of the human form. Bodies are petals, limbs and fingers become vibrant stems and stamen. Cecelia continues to revolutionize  her photography and her Flower Series is just the beginning. How brilliant!

Written by Whitney Washington

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Take a look at this visually captivating space reminiscent of an Egyptian sanctuary filled with gold sculptures and designs that speak to stunning architecture. Designed by Novembre, this exquisitely styled restaurant and bar entitled Shu is overflowing with shades of green lit up with soft lighting that reflects throughout the space. Encased in a black fabric, the restaurant’s subtle backdrop only works to further enhance the dramatic scheme. In the middle sits two large scaled gilded arms. Posted front and center these fixtures are used to supporting a ceiling that showcases geometric lighting and glass walls with panes broken by bullets. All in all, the design is nothing short of striking.

Written by: Georgette Mosley

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Check out this awesome cassette tape table crafted from reclaimed wood! Woodworker and designer Jeff Skierka has a passion for combining materials with his favorite objects to create incredible functional furniture. The cassette table titled Mixtape Table is a 12:1 scaled replica of a real cassette tape and is completely reversible just like any tape (Side A and B). How nostalgic does the Mixtape Table make you? We love it!

Reblogged from Design-Milk

Written by Whitney Washington

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Check out these stunning light fixtures constructed by MUT Design created simply through the innovative use of stretched yarn. Ranging from lanterns to ceiling lamps, each piece is layered with strings of color to create a unique visual out of an otherwise rather simplistic form. The effect not only changes the entire silhouette of the piece, it also influences how the lighting is projected in perceived. Creating a bold graphic, the simple lines created by the yarn now display through shadows on the wall in a way that is quite visual interesting.

Written by: Georgette Mosley

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Since 2004, London based designer Stuart Haygarth has been commissioned to design projects based on found objects. Utilizing objects such as discarded spectacles, party poppers, tail lights, water bottles and other miscellaneous pieces, Haygarth scrupulously connects each object to form wondrous chandeliers. From afar, each light design seems like a colorful cloud burst, but upon closer inspection, each pixel has its own story. I am especially fond of the reflection each chandelier projects onto the surrounding walls!

Check out more of Haygarth’s work on his site.

Written by Whitney Washington

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Why? Simply because it’s “Hump Wednesday” and who isn’t in need of a good laugh? Created by turning up the blower onto his willing participants, photographer Teadao Cern was able capture the most absurd collection of facial expressions that are sure to bring a slight smile to your face. Entitled, “Blow Job” the assortment of photos all feature their posers awkwardly trying to withstand the power of the incredible surge of wind that in the end, only makes for an every better captured moment.

previously spotted on Yahoo 

Written by: Georgette Mosley

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The famed Minas Trend Preview Show took place near Sao Paolo, Brazil this year with a focus on sustainability. Standing out not only for her sustainable design, but also for the meticulous creativity behind her work was Brazillian designer Mary Arantes of Mary Designs who featured her line of papier-mâché headpieces. The designs ranged from western cowboy to Egyptian princess, and the accessories to accompany the hats made the line sleek and high-fashion editorial worthy. Each headpiece was completely crafted from newspaper delicately shaped and constructed with papier-mâché. I’m blown away with the quality of Mary Design’s work and presentation!

Written by Whitney Washington

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How magical would it be to spend the night sleeping in the trees overlooking a beautiful sunset in the comfort of your own little hanging “tent”? Nature lovers, fall in love with the outdoor experience at Waldseilgarten in Bavaria. After spending a day hiking, you can enjoy the night hung alongside a cliff or a tree, but be aware that this experience may not be well suited for those who toss and turn throughout the night. The tent was designed to allow someone to be suspended in the air with the help of a metal platform frame cocooned in fabric.  At night, you simply snuggle in, and with a little assistance, you can then be lifted and lowered to your sleeping destination.

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Written by: Georgette Mosley

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While shoe shopping, I often find myself having to compromise between aesthetics and comfort, but recently I found a reasonably priced solution to this problem. Introducing… Native Shoes. Combining the same classic styles that have shaped modern day footwear with an incomparable level of comfort for any terrain, these shoes are the ultimate shoe duo! Soft, breathable, water-proof, and easy to wear, Native Shoes can be worn to work, to play, in the water, on a motorcycle, in a kitchen, in a hospital, on an adventure, on a boat, or anywhere else life takes you!

“Made with the lightest and most comfortable material available, Native Shoes are the best of both worlds. Our aesthetic is relaxed, flexible and active. Native Shoes is footwear for anybody, anywhere, anytime.” -Native Shoes


Written by Whitney Washington

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