• cyclee-bike-signal-05

    Bike accessory projects warning signs on your back

    Wednesday, July 29, 2015

    With very little or no infrastructure for bikes, road safety is always a big concern and leaves most bikers frustrated when a hand signal goes ignored or the heavy duty four wheeler headlights completely dominating your blinking little lights. Baku-based product designer Elnur Babayev has addressed this issue with his innovative design concept which provides a completely stress-free […]

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    Camouflage shirt pattern made from everyday stains

    Monday, July 27, 2015

    Spilled a glass of red wine over your favourite white shirt? Got an ugly pen ink stain on your lucky shirt? A typical solution would be an expensive trip to the dry cleaner or simply discarding your treasured clothing item. Stockholm-based creative studio Mair / Wennel re-imagines these everyday blotches associated with being human to create a camouflage pattern […]

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  • crew-germen-graffiti-town-mural-palmitas-05

    Macro mural eliminates youth violence and creates jobs in Mexico

    Saturday, July 25, 2015

    Germen Crew, a youth organization with over 13 years of experience in alternative forms of communication such as graffiti, murals and Social Studies research joined hands with the Mexican government to rehabilitate and beautify the district of Palmitas in Pachuca in Mexico. Painted over a period of five months, the humongous artwork is unique in itself. Covering 20,000 square meters […]

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    Penguins come to life at the Art Basel Fair 2015

    Friday, July 24, 2015

    ”It’s A Penguin’s Life” is a 3-phase project that closed with a window installation during the Art Basel Fair 2015. Created by artist Anna Spakowska, the project is inspired by the idea of an oversized and self-supporting origami form, which would generate an interesting 3D shape. Research showed that the form of a penguin is the tallest and the […]

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    Angled shipping container houses a scissor staircase

    Monday, July 20, 2015

    Shipping container structures have gained immense popularity in recent times and architecture firms globally have designed some amazing multi-storey buildings by stacking containers. Tel Aviv-based Potash Architects repurposed seven shipping containers and transformed them into an office building accommodating office spaces, recreational areas and technical facilities. Named Shipping Container Terminal, the building is located at the Port of Ashdod cargo area which is about […]

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    Viktor and Rolf showcase their wearable art collection in Paris

    Thursday, July 16, 2015

    “Art comes to life in a gallery of surreal proportions. A dress transforms into an artwork, back into a dress and into an artwork again. Poetry becomes reality, morphing back into fantasy.” Dutch fashion designer duo Viktor & Rolf recently unveiled their wearable art collection at Paris’ Haute Couture Autumn Winter 2015 Fashion week. The Amsterdam-based duo transformed framed […]

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    Sleeping capsules provide a mystical view of the Sacred valley in Peru

    Tuesday, July 14, 2015

    Do you consider yourself an adventurous traveler who feels the adrenaline rush when it comes to heights? If the answer is yes, then you might want to experience one of these sleeping capsules. Located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, the Natura Vive Skylodge is composed of three exclusive capsule suites situated at the top of a 400 feet […]

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    Frisco Artist fights ISIS with 3D Printer

    Friday, July 10, 2015

    Above Image: 3D printed replicas on display When ISIS insurgents overran the Iraqi city of Mosul last March and started smashing the Museum’s ancient artworks, U.S. artist Morehshin Allahyari decided to do something about it. Allahyari used archaeological and historical files, from the British Museum and others, to build 3D models of the destroyed artefacts […]

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    Architecture answers to the human need to become one with nature

    Monday, July 6, 2015

    In today’s fast paced world, we are constantly seeking balance in our lives. Every human being is striving hard to find ways that will bring peace, happiness, and harmony. Striving to become one with nature is a wonderful way towards achieving this balance and understanding the forces of nature’s elements – earth, water, air, fire & space can help […]

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    Creative illustrations open a dialogue to modern day social issues

    Saturday, July 4, 2015

    Spanish artist Luis Quiles’ illustrations are a perfect combination of his exceptional creative skills and thought provoking ideas. He has created an extremely controversial and provocative series of illustrations that makes a bold statement on the modern day social issues like over-the-counter drug addiction, censorship, corruption, religion, sexism, violence, child abuse, and most relevant of all, our social-media obsessed lifestyle. The caustic […]

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cyclee-bike-signal-05
Jul
29

With very little or no infrastructure for bikes, road safety is always a big concern and leaves most bikers frustrated when a hand signal goes ignored or the heavy duty four wheeler headlights completely dominating your blinking little lights. Baku-based product designer Elnur Babayev has addressed this issue with his innovative design concept which provides a completely stress-free […]

dirt-pattern-material-05
Jul
27

Spilled a glass of red wine over your favourite white shirt? Got an ugly pen ink stain on your lucky shirt? A typical solution would be an expensive trip to the dry cleaner or simply discarding your treasured clothing item. Stockholm-based creative studio Mair / Wennel re-imagines these everyday blotches associated with being human to create a camouflage pattern […]

crew-germen-graffiti-town-mural-palmitas-05
Jul
25

Germen Crew, a youth organization with over 13 years of experience in alternative forms of communication such as graffiti, murals and Social Studies research joined hands with the Mexican government to rehabilitate and beautify the district of Palmitas in Pachuca in Mexico. Painted over a period of five months, the humongous artwork is unique in itself. Covering 20,000 square meters […]

it's-a-penguins-life-art-basel-2015-01
Jul
24

”It’s A Penguin’s Life” is a 3-phase project that closed with a window installation during the Art Basel Fair 2015. Created by artist Anna Spakowska, the project is inspired by the idea of an oversized and self-supporting origami form, which would generate an interesting 3D shape. Research showed that the form of a penguin is the tallest and the […]

Ashdod-Port-Shipping-Container-Office-Building-05
Jul
20

Shipping container structures have gained immense popularity in recent times and architecture firms globally have designed some amazing multi-storey buildings by stacking containers. Tel Aviv-based Potash Architects repurposed seven shipping containers and transformed them into an office building accommodating office spaces, recreational areas and technical facilities. Named Shipping Container Terminal, the building is located at the Port of Ashdod cargo area which is about […]

framed-painting-clothing-by-duthc-designer-viktor-and-rolf-01
Jul
16

“Art comes to life in a gallery of surreal proportions. A dress transforms into an artwork, back into a dress and into an artwork again. Poetry becomes reality, morphing back into fantasy.” Dutch fashion designer duo Viktor & Rolf recently unveiled their wearable art collection at Paris’ Haute Couture Autumn Winter 2015 Fashion week. The Amsterdam-based duo transformed framed […]

skylodge-adventure-suites-natura-vive-glass-pods-peru-01
Jul
14

Do you consider yourself an adventurous traveler who feels the adrenaline rush when it comes to heights? If the answer is yes, then you might want to experience one of these sleeping capsules. Located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, the Natura Vive Skylodge is composed of three exclusive capsule suites situated at the top of a 400 feet […]

3D printed replicas on display
Jul
10

Above Image: 3D printed replicas on display When ISIS insurgents overran the Iraqi city of Mosul last March and started smashing the Museum’s ancient artworks, U.S. artist Morehshin Allahyari decided to do something about it. Allahyari used archaeological and historical files, from the British Museum and others, to build 3D models of the destroyed artefacts […]

treescraper-green-architecture-concept-oas1s-01
Jul
6

In today’s fast paced world, we are constantly seeking balance in our lives. Every human being is striving hard to find ways that will bring peace, happiness, and harmony. Striving to become one with nature is a wonderful way towards achieving this balance and understanding the forces of nature’s elements – earth, water, air, fire & space can help […]

controversial-illustrations-by-luis-quiles-01
Jul
4

Spanish artist Luis Quiles’ illustrations are a perfect combination of his exceptional creative skills and thought provoking ideas. He has created an extremely controversial and provocative series of illustrations that makes a bold statement on the modern day social issues like over-the-counter drug addiction, censorship, corruption, religion, sexism, violence, child abuse, and most relevant of all, our social-media obsessed lifestyle. The caustic […]

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