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Georgette Mosley – Automotive Remodel

A newly completed UDo Interior redesign for a local automotive shop located in Atlanta, GA.   Working on a new art project, installation or design? We welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication here! Images by : Georgette Mosley Interior Design by: Georgette Mosley Like the post? Take a second to support our 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

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

VitraHaus – Herzog & de Meuron

Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Located on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, this park features a brilliantly constructed work of architecture entitled the “VitraHaus” that was developed after a large fire in the 1950s destroyed most of the site’s existing factory buildings. The VitraHaus’ sleek and contemporary shell was built Continue Reading

Interior Design – Be Inspired

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

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

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 Continue Reading

Hydrofloors – Swimming Pools

Wishing you had an indoor swimming pool but thinking you’re a little short on space? We may have found a design solution that can solve all of your problems! Introducing Hydrofloors.

Cristobal Valecillos “Recycle”

In this “Recycle” series, artist Cristobal Valecillos creates beautifully detailed sculptures and set installations from waste turning trash into something to be treasured. “My art form involves an innovative concept of using raw cardboard and paper, born out of a desire to create art without generating waste.   This led to my inspiration to use everyday Continue Reading

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