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“Fragile Chairs” is an environmental art installation created by Japanese-based art studio Hidemi Nishida.
An all-female US-based start-up company just made pregnancy testing more sustainable, discreet, and easier for women.
In this modern world of technology, it seems that being able to instantly recharge devices has become a great necessity.
As part of the street art festival Rehab 2, Lyon-based art collective Bitume gathered one hundred street artists to adorn every level of La Maison des Arts et Metiers in Paris with their own unique artwork.
Social media has its pros and cons. It helps people engage with friends and families and encourages making new connections.
It is safe to say that Dan Bannino has a mild obsession with satire and food. If you don’t already know, we’ll remind you of how he once did a still photography of the diets of big names in Hollywood that we’re pretty sure are supposed to be hush-hush.
First responders to a crime or accident know how gruesome things can be when they arrive at the scene.
We’ve all seen plastic food in windows and counters of fast-food chains. And while these petty representations don’t exactly make the real ones appetizing, they look eerily similar and that’s what makes the idea somewhat sickening.
“We are a business company, but our vision is a humanitarian one,” this is what Water-gen executive chairman Maxim Pasik said about their company’s collaboration with disaster-relief units.
Los Angeles-based design firm Ono produced lovely handmade wooden hooks for those who like their bikes displayed on the walls as if they were art.
Robby Cuthbert is a furniture designer who doesn’t rely on glue, screws, and nails. This young man uses principles of tensegrity to hold the structure just in place.
This is one of the most interesting handmade cards made just for Valentine’s Day. Produced in the mid-19th-century, the cobweb valentine cards were decorated by the motifs typical for the Victorian era.
Researchers from the University of Cincinnati discovered a 3,500-year-old tomb in the Southwest Greece.
Artist and biologist, Ernst Haeckel, created literally hundreds of gorgeous renderings of biological discoveries he made over the years.
We’ve covered David de la Mano‘s amazing silhouetted murals before (here) and now he’s back with more!
Portals into other worlds like the ones found in Andrew McIntosh‘s paintings would be fascinating to encounter in real life.
We’ve seen detailed ink illustrations of all shapes and sizes here on DesignFaves, but Olivia Kemp‘s works are off the charts!
A chef, videographer, and photographer have proven that even the most unappetizing array of snacks can be reconstructed into a meal deserving of a place at a Michelin-star restaurant’s menu.
Aside from being married to each other, Rob and Nick Carter have one other thing that bonds them – art.
Wouldn’t it be nice to spend the day walking over Australia’s Harbour Bridge then finding yourself lost in the maze of charming, authentic shops of Marrakech?