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Prisoners By Patrik Svensson
[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Installation & Sound. ] A new way to experience galleries, their artwork and the city they inhabit, even calling it a tour sells short this extremely impressive multimedia experience.
Always wear sunscreen, folks. If you are the type of person who can’t be bothered to put on sunscreen, here is a little video that should change your mind.
Guy Whitby, aka WorkByKnight is an artist based in Australia who makes art using various pieces of buttons that can be found in different electronics such as keyboards,typewriters, phones and calculators.
These customizable hidden message necklaces by Beth Macri really put a smile on my face. I first learned about it via Rachel of Story.
Really lovely canvas messenger bag by See Design Shop. Comes in a huge variety of colors and patterns.
Photos via Design Boom As if trying to overcorrect for a lack of visual stimuli, some designers choose to outfit minimally appointed homes with pieces that are pretty "out there," as it were; things like chairs nailed to the wall and enormous sunglasses hung from the ceiling.
We've come to expect Ghostly International to push boundaries. The independent label excels in everything from product design to lo-fi house records, and their roster of artists is deft in crossing creative lines.
I really hate the phrase “the devil’s in the details” but I certainly appreciate it’s intention. As a designer and someone who regards aesthetics in all forms, the details are the key.
Using only a simple, dark background, Vincent J. Musi captures the elegance of lions, leopards, tigers, and more.
Nike has recently launched its "Genealogy of Innovation" campaign, and the promo video by Golden Wolf is an impressive piece of footwear-centric eye candy, featuring some 200 shoes in all, including signature styles by the Hatfield brothers, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Mark Parker et al.
With a unique combination of Western graffiti styles and traditional Chinese art, 23-year old Chen Yingjie (aka: Hua Tunan), is making a name for himself as one of the leading forces in the realm of street art.