The Naked Truth: Compelling Art Photography by Evelyn Bencicova

08 October 2014 No Comments

Young Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova creates eerie compositions with human bodies in empty, cold spaces for her Ecce Homo series, as a means to explore and comment upon human relationships and social behaviour. [...]

Marc Giai-Miniet’s Nightmarish ‘Theatre of Memory’ on Show in New York

07 October 2014 {1} Comment
11 October 2014 - 08 November 2014

With his eerie twists on children’s dolls houses, French artist Marc Giai-Miniet’s dioramas, or miniature 3D theatres or boxes, are disturbing metaphors for the human condition that succeed in rattling our curiosity wide-awake. [...]

Apartamento Sergipe by Felipe Hess in São Paulo, Brazil

02 October 2014 No Comments

A bright yellow entrance, modernist furniture and a dramatic 10-meter-long multi-purpose table are just some of the features in this private apartment in a 1960's building in São Paulo, designed by the architecture office of Felipe Hess. [...]

Florian Pucher Turns Aerial Photos into... Landcarpets

01 October 2014 {1} Comment

Inspired by real aerial photos of the countryside, staring at the floor has never been more inspiring, with this unique collection of ‘Landcarpet’ rugs designed by Florian Pucher. [...]

The First Corporate Identity of The Bauhaus-Archiv Museum in Berlin

30 September 2014 {1} Comment

54 years since its inception, the Bauhaus-Archiv Museum in Berlin is set to debut its first-ever corporate identity. Meet Sascha Lobe, creative director of Stuttgart-based design studio L2M3, for a deeper insight into what is his most paramount project. [...]

Introducing ‘Our Current Obsessions’, a Small Hybrid Design Space in Amsterdam

28 September 2014 No Comments

Amsterdam-based creative platform Another Something & Co has opened its very own retail and exhibition space presenting a small exhibition dedicated to the colour black and featuring collaborations with various brands and designers. [...]

When Colour Occupies Space: Paint Chip Art by Peter Combe

27 September 2014 {1} Comment

Whilst from afar they may look like sepia-toned photographs, from up-close they reveal themselves to be mesmerising full-spectrum colour sculptures on a tiny scale. Discover the unique three-dimensional visual artworks of San Francisco-based artist Peter Combe. [...]

The Rio de Janeiro Home of Alex Lerner by Arthur Casas

25 September 2014 {3} Comments

Another perfect example of Arthur Casas' intimate connection to horizontal scale. Built in the hills outside of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, the three-floor home is fully integrated with its natural surroundings due to the choice of materials. But best of all, it has a very unexpected ocean view that is second to none. [...]