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Dressed to Kill: Portraits of Bullfighters by French Painter Christian Gaillard


'Matador in Emerald and Violet' by Christian Gaillard. Photo Courtesy of the artist and Connoisseur Art Gallery.

You'll Never Look at a 40x40cm Marble Tile the Same Way Again!


piùOmeno_LED lamp, photo © Paolo Ulian and Moreno Ratti. Have you ever gotten excited about a 40x40cm marble tile?

Vino Veritas, an Oslo-based Spanish Eco-Gastrobar


photo © David Rodríguez y Carlos Huecas. The Sánchez Vizcaíno family’s interest in organic agriculture was piqued after the emergence of family health problems brought about by the chemicals used in standard farming practices.

The Cheerful House of Architect Chad Oppenheim in Miami Beach, Florida


photo © Laziz Hamani. The private homes where architects and designers actually live is something that every design fan has an inexhaustible curiosity for ― which probably explains the entire exhibition during Milan Design Week last April dedicated to just that!

FAWNS Short Film by Thanasis Tsimpinis; For Without LOVE we are Nothing...


FAWNS film still, © AVION FILMS. FAWNS film still, © AVION FILMS. For me, Simplicity, Beauty and Love, are three of the most important elements for a happy life.

Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto


Motoi Yamamoto, Labyrinth Salt, 4x12m
Making Mends Bellevue Arts Museum, USA 2012 A pioneering contemporary artist, Tokyo-born Motoi Yamamoto carves monumental two dimensional sculptures of entire oceans, shattered planets, typhoons, mountain ranges, fractured staircases and vast plains of brain-like coils using just the one medium: SALT.

Why Eileen Gray Matters


Living room in e1027, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, Alpes Maritimes, France. 1926-1929. Eileen Gray (1878 - 1976) was a notable design luminary, an early pioneer of modernism and a woman whose work was without parallel.

Architect’s Jewellery by Diego Delgado-Elias


photo © Simon&Barrere. Paris-based architect Diego Delgado-Elias has designed a series of unusual silver rings inspired by the instruments that architects use to design and create models of their buildings.

The Naked Truth: Compelling Art Photography by Evelyn Bencicova


‘Ecce Homo’ Photographic Series by Evelyn Bencicova, photo © Evelyn Bencicova. We have come across many a story of fashion models turning towards other occupations, but that of 21-year-old photographer Evelyn Bencicova must be one of the most interesting (and successful at that).

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


Marc Giai-Miniet, photo © Marc Giai-Miniet. 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.

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


Poster designed by L2M3 for The Bauhaus-Archiv Museum für Gestaltung, © The Bauhaus. Interview by Kimberly Lloyd  for Yatzer.

When Colour Occupies Space: Paint Chip Art by Peter Combe


photo © Peter Combe. photo © Peter Combe. San Francisco-based visual artist Peter Combe creates three-dimensional artworks using household paint swatches as his prime matter, usually hand-punched into small disks.

Six Iconoclasts Celebrate Louis Vuitton's Monogram


CS, photo © Louis Vuitton. Named after its eponymous founder, celebrated French fashion house Louis Vuitton was established in 1854.

Apartamento Sergipe by Felipe Hess in São Paulo, Brazil


photo © Ricardo Bassetti. The Brazilian architecture firm of Felipe Hess has designed this bright and spacious apartment located in a 1960’s modernist building in São Paulo for its owner, a young actor who lives alone.

Florian Pucher Turns Aerial Photos into... Landcarpets


LANDCARPET Bahamas, photo © Florian Pucher. LANDCARPET Bahamas (detail), photo © Florian Pucher. Inspired by real aerial images of farmlands and other countryside landscapes, Beijing-based designer Florian Pucher creates these colourful geometric carpet designs for his ‘Landcarpet’ series.

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


Poster designed by L2M3 for The Bauhaus-Archiv Museum für Gestaltung, © The Bauhaus. Interview by Kimberly Lloyd  for Yatzer.

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


photo © Another Something & Co. In 2007, Joachim Baan founded Another Something & Co, a creative platform which went on to develop a steady fan base.

When Colour Occupies Space: Paint Chip Art by Peter Combe


photo © Peter Combe. photo © Peter Combe. San Francisco-based visual artist Peter Combe creates three-dimensional artworks using household paint swatches as his prime matter, usually hand-punched into small disks.

The Rio de Janeiro Home of Alex Lerner by Arthur Casas


photo © Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography. photo © Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography.

Dongwook Lee’s Real Barbie World


LOST, 2009, photo © Dongwook Lee. Dongwook Lee is a South Korean photographer living in Seoul. His body of work which could be described as ethereal, expressive and reflective, invites the observer to contemplate the nature of human existence, curiosity, physicality and morality.


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