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Posts tagged with ‘art and design’

  • NYC Design Week: Fashion Meets Furniture

    By SP on June 9, 2014
    A collaboration between Russian, Madrid-based fashion designer and pattern maker, Yulia Yadryshnikova  and the Italian-Swedish Luca Nichetto Design Studio. Bridging the gap between the two worlds, Yulia designed a garment that can be worn as a dress, but that can also be used to cover the Stanley sofa (seen below), by Luca Nichetto Design Studio. Incredible…enjoy!
  • Vogue Netherlands March 2014 Fashion Make-Over

    By admin on March 4, 2014
    Vogue Netherlands pays homage to Fashion Week in Paris by having an editorial spread inspired by Art. Using the Models as canvases, artwork is painted on them and is the focus of the shoot. Parisian make up artist Topolino is brought on board to execute the Art done on the Models. He wanted to portray the “common ground” between Art and […]
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  • 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 […]
  • Honest Logos by Viktor Hertz

    By admin on August 9, 2013
    Graphic designer Viktor Hertz’s latest work, entitled ‘Honest Logos’, pokes some fun at a few popular companies by altering their logos in a satirical portrayal of how their real world identities are perceived by their consumers. What are your thoughts on these? Enjoy!
  • The Woman Who Lives in a Boeing 727

    By SP on July 16, 2013
    Joanne Ussary bought this Boeing 727 plane for $2k and relocated it for $4k. She remodeled the 727 into a creative work of art, which she happens to live in. Amenities include a jacuzzi in the cockpit, stairs opening with a garage door opener and has a gorgeous view! Ussary spent $30,000 on the whole project. Do you think it […]
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  • “The Art of the Brick” LEGO Artwork

    By admin on June 18, 2013
    LEGO bricks are not just a children’s toy, it would seem. Artist Nathan Sawaya uses them as his medium for his artwork – “The Art of the Brick.” Sawaya is credited as being the first artist to take LEGO into the art world, and is the creator of the world’s largest and most elaborate LEGO artwork collections to ever be created. […]
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  • Coco Prive Resort: Private Island In Maldives

    By SP on June 10, 2013
    The Coco Privé resort is located on a private island in Maldives (the Kuda Hithi Island). It is reportedly a luxurious living enhanced with every amenity imaginable and the discreet butler services of your personal host. Each villa is surrounded by a swimming pool, soft sand beaches and lush vegetation. Sounds like the place to be this summer. Enjoy…x
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  • QWERTY Sofa by ZO_loft

    By admin on May 23, 2013
    Do you ever fall asleep on your keyboard? Architecture and design firm ZO_loft came up with the QWERTY Sofa based on the idea that at some point or another, we all do. The sofa bed is an ironic commentary on how, as a society, we can be constantly glued to our various keyboards. It features a remote control that allows […]
  • Take A Tour Of Rick Owen’s Paris Home

    By admin on May 1, 2013
    Check out the starkly beautiful abode of famed fashion designer, Rick Owens. The California native turned expatriate, moved his home and studio to the heart of Paris. Now located in a 19th century building that formerly housed The French Socialist Party headquarters, Owens and muse Michele Lamy gutted the building down to it’s bare bones and renovated it with a […]
  • Le Petit Prince : A Conceptual Photography Series

    By admin on April 23, 2013
    Luka, a twelve year old boy with the degenerative disease known as muscular dystrophy, wished to see himself doing things his physical capabilities would not allow. Slovenian photographer Matej Peljhan granted his wishes in his photo series entitled “Le Petit Prince.” Peljhan himself suffered a childhood accident that left him with diminished physical abilities, which has since inspired the work […]
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