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Monthly Archives: January 2014

In 2007, South Carolinian, Ben Ross found himself in a dilemma while searching for that special touch for the groomsmen in his wedding. Growing up in and around the outdoors, Ben decided to handcraft the first turkey feather bow ties. Read more

© Philip Vile
© Philip Vile

Modern design meets old world charm in the art studio situated on the renowned music campus of Dovecote Studio. The project, led by London based firm, Haworth Tompkins  Read more

Looking for something creative to get into this weekend? Check out this fabulous DIY chair project by Merete via the One More Mushroom blog!

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French artist Bernard Pras is definitely an optical illusion genius! Working with found objects, Pras installs “anamorphic portraits” into a room. Only when viewed from a certain vantage point can the intended picture be seen. Read more

The Pinsofa by Demeter Fogarasi puts a creative spin on the traditional seating arrangement.

Walking through the classroom with beautiful sunshine coming through the windows, I discovered a new beauty in the needles sticking out of the

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Looking for a little color inspiration? Whether it’s a weathered seafoam green or an ocean blue, we love the look of teal. It has a way of creating an aura of beauty, elegance and chic sophistication. Decoratively, it can be styled to fit into any scheme ranging from vintage to contemporary sleek. Though it is a Read more

Winner of the TED 2011 Prize street artist, Josh Rubin believes that art can be used to change the world. With the city streets as his canvas, JR uses black and white photographic portraits to relay the untold stories of various people around the world. By pasting these pictures in the city streets, JR has turned hillsides into dramatic and emotionally moving pieces of art.

In 2006 he launched “Portrait of a Generation,” a gallery in which large-formatted portraits of suburban “thugs” were posted on walls of  upper class communities in Paris. Read more

Splinter Works has reinvented the traditional bathtub experience by combining the idea of lounging in a hammock with a contemporary aquatic design. Read more

At first glance, these line drawings might resemble something your kid sister scribbled, but upon closer inspection, you realize that the drawings are in fact real furniture! Read more

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