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Pools of used motor oil adorned the floors of the Bellelay Abbey Swiss church in a 2013 exhibit entitled La Mise en Abîme. The stunning display featured two shallow organically shaped pods filled with oil created by Swiss artist Romain Crelier. The still pools of liquid reflect the architectural detailing displayed throughout the 12th century church. The contrast Continue Reading

Looking to add some visual interest to your long and otherwise uninteresting hallway? Try a custom runner! While designing this newly remodeled office in Atlanta, Ga, my clients came to me with the request for something cool and colorful in their long and narrow hall. Traditionally, we tend to incorporate color on the walls through Continue Reading

The Papertrophy

  We’re baaaaaaaaack!  I’ve come to believe that people perceive art as being more cherishable when they’ve had a hand in creating it. For anyone who loves crafts, art or just has a keen interest in design, this is the perfect showpiece for you. Berlin artist Holger has put together an innovative collection entitled Papertrophy Continue Reading

Be transported into a colorful world of whimsy through the work of  Korean artist JeeYoung Lee. The backdrop of each photo is tediously built up within the perimeters of her miniscule 11.8 x 13.5′ studio space.  Though the available

Wind-Blown Fairies – Robin Wight

UK sculptor Robin Wight  has putting together a stunning collection of wind-blown fairies that look as though they’ve been extracted straight from a fantasy world. Built up using a heavy stainless steel wiring and seemingly suspended in

Abyss Table by Christopher Duffy

The Abyss Table, brilliantly designed by Christopher Duffy, is nothing short of breathtaking beautiful. During construction, layer upon layer of wood and glass are meticulously stacked to create a visual that mirrors a topography

Richard Clarkson – Cloud

Richard Clarkson is an extremely talented designer who often splits his time between New York and New Zealand. Featured below is one of his most visually striking creations called “Cloud.” The interactive fixture uses a motion sensor

Nuzzles – Raw Design

Looking for a way to have a little fun in the snow? Take a peek at this oversized noodle design by Toronto based architecture firm RAW Design as their entry to Winnipeg’s 2014 Warming Huts competition. Called a Nuzzle, these colorful and fluffy creations were built up using an aluminum

Sail Bench – Les Ateliers Guyon

Surrounded by a light fog, from a distance, these park benches look like a fleet of boats setting sail into the horizon. Located along the bank of the

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