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January 2013

An update on the works of Peter Aurisch! Peter Aurisch, a tattoo artist based out of Berlin, Germany, creates amazing one of a kind works of art that are unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Each piece mirrors Peter’s signature style, merging a whimsical aesthetic with an overall edgy and visually enticing demeanor.  His tattoos

Entitled the Letterbox House, this Victoria, Australia home, creatively crafted into a slightly futuristic design, was developed by the Australian studio McBride Charles Ryan. Boasting sharp linear lines, a wooden facade and hints of steel, the house reads somewhat like an artistic sculptural display.

Zaha Hadid Architects has designed a very cool table, literally. The Liquid Glacial Table is a far cry from the elementary geometry of a flat top table as the glass seems to ripple in fluid motion while the legs appear as faucets of water streaming from below.

We find that it’s the simple things in life that bring about the most lighthearted fun. Check out these cube sets designed to transform your standard chunks of ice into neat Lego Blocks. It’s certainly a cool way to spice up your next beverage. Bring on the drinks! Photos via: Juxtapoz Written by: Georgette Mosley Like the post? Continue Reading

Call it color blocking to the extreme? We love it! Visually inspired by the Mediterranean and North African culture and architecture, La Muralla Roja is a beautifully vibrant building designed by architect Ricardo Bofill.

If you’re going to lounge, might as well do it in style. Introducing a sleek and cutting edge daybed design by Spanish architect Ramon Esteve entitled Faz for VONDOM. Its geometric form, framed with clean lines and straight edges makes for a somewhat futuristic display. Who wouldn’t love the idea

What can you do with a sharpie marker? Scientific illustrator Danny Quirk uses them to create an amazing collection of realistic anatomical illustrations that work to help us better understand the complex layering and

Today, as our rendition of Throwback Thursday, we revisit a phenomenal artist and see what he’s been up to since we last posted on him. Liu Bolin, also known as The Invisible Man, recently showcased a new series of high performance paint and photography work for his “Hiding in the City” project.

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