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Art & Design

  • Re.Cover by Ana Strumpf

    By SP on September 9, 2013
    Brazilian interior designer Ana Strumpf used the cover of fashion magazines as a canvas for her creativity. She used sharpies and DecoColor pens to create the illustrations and they were featured as a part of her art exhibition in São Paulo earlier this summer. How amazing are these? Check out more of her work here.
  • Bacoc Hacienda on Yucatan Peninsula

    By admin on September 9, 2013
    Back in the 1800s, the property below existed as a fiber factory. Now, it has been converted into a family home by Reyes Ríos + Larraín Arquitectos. The sprawling, secluded estate seems to have been landscaped and decorated in a relatively minimalistic way, giving it the appearance of a perfectly relaxing destination.
  • A Look Inside Solange’s New Louisiana Home

    By admin on September 4, 2013
    Solange Knowles recently made the decision to leave her long time home in Brooklyn, and headed south to put down roots in New Orleans. She just purchased this beautifully restored historic creole style cottage; which was built in the 1830’s, and is just minutes away from the French Quarter. After taking a peek into her new home, we can understand […]
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  • Ballet Dancers Posed in Everyday Environments

    By admin on September 3, 2013
    These ballet dancers take the phrase “jumping for joy” to new heights, both literally and figuratively as they plie, pirouette, and pose in everyday situations. Hopefully it brings a little joy to your day as well…X! 
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  • Hip “Generator Hostels” by The Design Agency

    By admin on August 28, 2013
    When you picture staying in a hotel, the images below are probably not exactly what come to mind. However, the Generator Hostels series by The Design Agency, has created a series of hostels in various cities with amazing principles of design. They strive to bring aspects of art, music, and fashion into their locations, which currently exist in Berlin, Barcelona, […]
  • Casbah Cove by Gordon Stein Design

    By SP on August 27, 2013
    Casbah Cove is a lovely Moroccan style riad located on a hill in Palm Desert, about 2 hours outside of Los Angeles. Intricately designed by Gordon Stein Designs, craftsman from Morocco spent months constructing the estate. Not a single element was missed; including the custom tiles, windows, archways and you can’t miss the seventy-five foot salt water lap pool. Enjoy […]
  • Under My Skin By Lucia Giacani

    By admin on August 23, 2013
    Check out photographer Lucia Giacani’s latest shoot titled: “Under My Skin”. It is an artistic portrayal that highlights the anatomical resemblance between animal and human. Set in a veterinary lab, model Kristina Sheiter dons avant garde make-up and high fashion pieces, that echo the similarities between her and her zoological counterparts. We particularly love the way that Giacani expertly captures the interplay […]
  • Suzan Drummen’s Kaleidoscopic Floor Art

    By admin on August 22, 2013
    We are very impressed by the work of Dutch artist Suzan Drummen. The artist uses mirrors, metals, crystal, glass, and precious stones to create mosaic-like 3-D carpets. The most amazing part? The elements are completely loose – not attached or secured to the floor in any way. We aren’t sure how she manages to work such giant intricacies with so […]
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  • Old Bus Converted Into Comfy Mobile Home

    By SP on August 21, 2013
    Architecture student at the University of Minnesota, Hank Butitta, was uninspired by designing buildings for fictitious clients. Wanting to put his talents to work, Buititta bought an old bus on Craigslist and with the help of his brother and friend, they were able to transform the bus into a modern, functional mobile home. The bus is complete with a kitchen, […]
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  • Miguel Vallinas’ “Second Skins” Project

    By admin on August 20, 2013
    Madrid-based advertising photographer Miguel Vallinas is currently working on an ongoing series entitled “Segundas Pieles” (Second Skins). The project is more than just animals posing in human attire, though. Each photograph seems to depict an entire personality that fits not only the animal, but the outfit as well. Enjoy…x
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