- Stay connected. Get notified when new items are published
- Subscribe to this category
On an empty lot adjacent to the 2012 Detour 2012, an art and design festival in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, the Shellstar Pavilion served as an attraction which would guide visitors to the event. It was designed by the practice of MATSYS over a period of six weeks from conception to completion using various software applications.
‘Designer Baking’ is a project undertaken by the London based design practice of STUDIOLAV. The two young Greek designers who founded the practice, Loukas Angelou and Vasso Asfi, created two solid pyramid-shaped baking stamps in response to an event staged by the Skoufa Gallery in Athens...
Minnie Mouse recently visited Paris and Alber Elbaz’s studio on Faubourg Saint Honoré to pick up her Lanvin gown, exclusively made for her on the occasion of her 20th Anniversary in France.
The artistic collective of Quiet Ensemble was founded in 2009 by Fabio Di Salvo and Bernardo Vercelli. Their unique vision on experimental art combines nature with technology in order to produce visual, audial and graphic installations unlike any others.
The latest collaboration between two global icons is that of Marc Jacobs and Diet Coke. His recent appointment as Creative Director for 2013 is marked by the 30th anniversary of Diet Coke and the ‘Sparkling together for 30 years’ campaign.
A solo exhibition of 10 unique posters created from the personal archives of young graphic designer, Dimitris Anastasiades is currently being held at the premises of the Greek Graphic Design Association in Athens.
Every December in the tiny village of Jukkasjarvi in Northern Sweden, an art exhibition with a difference takes place. This one of a kind event (admittedly there are other ice events but not to this scale), is known as the ICEHOTEL but it is much more than just a temporary hotel.
Travel and life itself together with artistic inspiration from Escher, Rene Magritte and Roger Dean have all played a part in the creation of the amazing images in the photography of Thomas Barbey.
The latest of the spatial sound installations of young Swiss artist, Zimoun is named simply by a description of its components, 294 prepared dc-motors, cork balls, cardboard boxes 41x41x41cm 2012
Scattered Crowd is a powerful art installation created by the multifaceted German artist, William Forsyth. First shown more than a decade ago, the piece composed of thousands of suspended balloons never fails to enthrall visitors.