Chiharu Shiota’s Installations
Japanese-born, Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota’s haunting installations are like beautiful, suffocating spider webs. 


Plasticine Cave by Gary Card
Gary Card is a young and amazing English designer, a graduate of Central Saint Martins, who made the “Plasticine Cave” installation for Spring Studios Gallery a few years ago.


Phat Knits by Bauke Knottnerus
The Rotterdam-based designer Bauke Knottnerus created a series of giant threads to create, knitted or not, interior products embellishing the entrance hall and exhibition space during the Unravel Knitwear in Fashion exhibition at the MoMu Fashion Museum of Antwerp.


Torafu’s Haunted Playhouse
Torafu Architects designed a “Haunted House” for The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo included in an exhibition for children entitled Ghosts, Underpants and Stars. 


Giorgia Zanellato’s Space Food
Breaking news! The United States has just landed on Planet Hamburger. Decked out in tin foil, these foods are ready for space.


Kasper Sonne’s Installation Work
Kasper Sonne uses his art in a minimalistic, verbal way to communicate with his audience.


Thing x The Standard Hollywood: Apocapop
Enter the creative world of THING, where fantasy meets reality in a post-apocalyptic realm called “Apocapop”.


Christian Haub’s Float Installations
Christian Haub‘s “floats” are a kind of very modern Mondrian painting, in a translucent and three-dimensional version.


Damien Gilley Installations
Damien Gilley is a Portland (OR) based artist.