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Are you in need of a little design inspiration? DIY expert Mandi has put a creative spin on her daughter’s bedroom focal wall turning it into a beautiful oasis overflowing with vibrant hues. By mixing core solids with a shade of white, Mandi was able to create a painted ombre effect

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.

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!

I remember when I was little my brother used to collect hermit crabs because, along with POGS and Super Mario,  crabs were some big craze in the mid 90′s. We used to watch the crabs dig around in their sandy makeshift habitat, and my brother would pick them up, daring the stinging pinch of the Continue Reading

A network of twisted tree roots appears to be invading the infrastructure at Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris!  Now through early September, Brazilian artist, Henrique Oliveira’s display of intertwined nature titled Baitogogo will grace the architectural structure of the museum.

Brooklyn based installation artists Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen Nguyen collaborate to create massive sculptures that force the viewer to question their own visual foundations such as memory, perception and imagination. Recently, the two artists installed Sun Valley in The Center’s gallery in Ketchum, Idaho. Crafted completely from paper,

South Korean designer and artist Seung Yong Song‘s latest project titled Object-O offers the occupant cozy seclusion in a well-lit space. Materialized from birch wood and Korean paper, the lantern like covering encircles a well-lit chair.

Harvard University graduate Jennifer Rubell has created some pretty outstanding art installations, mostly in the form of food. Her sweetest installation by far is called Padded Cell which was an 8 X 16 freestanding room constructed of basic building materials

Designer Benjamin Graindorge’s Fallen Tree Bench is on display this week at Design Miami in Basel, Switzerland. The minimalist furniture piece was crafted solely from a carved oak tree and a slab of glass.

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