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Seeking a way to reduce waste as part of their industrial design practice, South Korean design studio HATTERN conceived of a hybrid resin and wood seating concept called Zero Per Stool.
1800s Empire (2014), all images via Taylor Holland Paris-based American artist Taylor Holland explores how technological methods interact with a physical reality, a concept which is showcased in his series FRA[MES].
“My time at Sotheby’s Institute has been the foundation for all the relationships that I’ve had later on.
In a clash of digital and analogue, artist Hsu Tung Han carves figurative sculptures from wood that appear to be dissolving into fields of pixels.
“Cat”, “Duck”, “Dog”, “Fox”. Egypt-based graphic designer Mahmoud Tammam creates simple modifications of Arabic words, transforming the language into visual representations of their meaning.
Sketch of nuclear disarmament symbol, by Gerald Holtom. © Commonweal Collection. Stretching back over a half century, one of the most iconic symbols adopted by the international community has been the peace symbol.
Design by Maki Okamoto. All images via Steinbeisser. Merging design and haute cuisine, Amsterdam-based company Steinbeisser collaborates with designers and artists to produce surreal cutlery that operate beyond traditional ideas of usability for their online store Jouw… (Dutch for “your”).
Here’s a fun piece in Dresden by street artist OakOak (previously) who also recently published a new book.
Director Rafael Vangelis transforms the unbearable task of watching an endlessly spinning wheel or loading bar into an entertaining and analogue study of self-produced loading mechanisms in his latest short film Analogue Loaders.
In celebration of The National Art Center of Tokyo‘s 10th anniversary, French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux was commissioned to fill the institution’s 6500 square foot exhibition space with her vision of the decade to come.
Here’s a lovely bit of experimental visual goodness from Swedish motion designer Anton Woll Söder in collaboration with CypherAudio.
Tell time or count down the moments until your next big life event with STORY, a new magnetized piece from Flyte (previously).
Cambridge-based artist Chris Wood (previously) continues to produce stunning light sculptures utilizing panels of dichroic glass that refract light in a vivid array of color.
All photos © Stefan Altenburger, 2017 Burning brightly amidst the snowcapped mountains of the Swiss Alps is Douglas Gordon and Morgane Tschiember’s fiery installation As close as you can for as long as it lasts. The temporary piece of blazing land art was produced for the biennial event Elevation 1049, a collection of 11 sculpture, performance, video and sound installations supported by the LUMA Foundation and situated within Gstaad, Switzerland.
A video posted by Seb Lester (@seblester) on Oct 7, 2016 at 5:18am PDT Calligraphy master Seb Lester (previously) has been sharing quick videos of watery handwriting experiments on his Instagram account.
French artist Steeven Salvat has long been fascinated by the clarity and exactitude found in old biological studies.
Honeycomb Bookshelf by Seyed Mohammad Mortazavi The A’ Design Award & Competition seeks to showcase the talents and success of innovators from all design fields.
Paper engineer Aliaksei Zholner has wowed us before with his miniature V8 engine, and now brings his crafty talents to the musical realm with this working paper organ.
Dutch multidisciplinary artist Vera van Wolferen (previously) produces miniature balsa wood sculptures, architectural objects that are either incorporated into animations or left motionless to tell their own stories.
Images via Thane Lucas/Toronto Light Festival Set within a district of Victorian industrial buildings, the Toronto Light Festival is a free 45-day festival occurring during this year’s winter months as a way to creatively draw the city’s inhabitants out of their homes.