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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

Take a look at the world around you and be inspired! The Oyster chair by Madrid based studio Kawamura Ganjavian takes on the compact nature of an oyster shell with the ingenuity of a sleek and contemporary design.  Constructed from a felt material, the cleverly built frame can be easily unfurled from a folded box into a Continue Reading

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

Feather’d Bowties, Brackish Brand

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.

PINSOFA 1 – Demeter Fogarasi

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

Splinter Works – The Vessel

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

The hotel group Sand Hill Road has teamed with up with Techne’ Architects for their fifth collaboration, this time working to successfully transform a once iconic 1940s public house into a visually captivating Prahran Hotel design. In an attempt to give the building a much needed structural

Ray C’Mone

This year I have immersed myself in learning the art of imagery. To expand my knowledge, I’m always reading books, articles, blogs, checking out fonts and screen shooting Instagram photos (you do it too). My task has been to study the art in capturing images that evoke emotion, to find the

  As a native of St. Petersburg currently residing in Rome,  innovative artist Ekaterina Panikanova uses books as a canvas for her latest collection.  Layered with black ink, each painting spans across the pages of old books and documents to create a composition that merges the lines between painting, installation and collage. 

This brilliantly styled Malibu residence designed by Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados is a showcase for fine art, contemporary furnishings and innovative architecture. The interior boasts a home theater, an indoor pool (encased in clear glass) and gym. Crisp white walls help to accentuate each colored accent and work

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