Modernized bottle and ecological packaging refresh a boring old olive oil container into something that will impress guests as well as blend into any curio shelf or kitchen counter. El Poaig olive oil packaging is a youthful design developed by CuldeSac Products. Based in Valencia, Spain this
Dutch fashion designer Yvonne Kwok received recognition on the fashion scene when she became one of the finalists at the London Graduate Fashion Week in the Best International Collection category. Inspired by tpunk culture and marionettes,
German street artist EVOL seems to be obsessed with buildings. After transforming electric boxes from Berlin into apparently livable blocks of apartments, he’s tried to do the same with pieces of paper and cardboard and the result is amazing.
The smell of a brand new MacBook Pro reminds you of something? Well a collective of Australian artists can help you relive that “magic” moment. The 3 Australian artists Gavin Bell, Jarrah de Kuijer and Simon McGlinn from Greatest Hits placed order to French company Air Aroma a blended scent of
Artist Ryan Sarah Murphy makes abstract, sculptural collages using found and collected cardboard and book covers. “I am interested in how these materials, in their simplicity, variety and wide abundance, can be cut and formed into quiet surfaces teeming with both geographical and emotional underpinnings. Referencing architecture, landscape and the topographical intersection of urban & natural environments,
Listen to “I’m Not What I Do” here BUY HERE Ava Carrère is flaunting a rebellious electro-samba-meets-tribal tune and delivering sassy prose with “I’m Not What I Do.” Flirting with traces of Camille’s “Assise,” this French gallant lofts her voice through a jungle of mixes from lullaby to rap ditty with a breath of Ladytron [...]
What a pleasant and interesting surprise was it for me to discover that Hermes just debuted their Home section at Milan’s Furniture Fair. Hermès’ creative director Pierre-Alexis Dumas has called architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, who also designed Centre Pompidou in Metz to design the Hermès Pavillion. The striking exhibition space made out [...]
Very talented British handcraft artist/prop stylist Kyle Bean can do anything you want with cardboard, paper or matchstick. Currently working freelance, he has been involved in projects for a variety of clients including a viral animation for the BBC, editorial illustrations for the NY Times Magazine and window displays for Selfridges, Liberty and Hermes.
German artist/sculptor Suse Weber just set up her latest installation “Dance school for a Marionette” at Galerie Barbara Weiss, in Berlin. Made from punched cardboard, in which she has deposited around 380 colored visual building blocks according to a certain order.
Starting as a fashion editor, after finishing fashion school, for Mixte, Purple and Dazed and Confused without a doubt helped photographer Damien Blottiere see images in a different way than his peers. This is not to say that his style can be credited with working at those magazines but rather the undertanding of creating highly [...]