Three Copenhagen design firms have teamed up for a project where nature get framed. Floating Leaves is a collaboration between MOEBE, Paper Collective and Norm Architects.
A damaged butterfly, a broken twig, a bumblebee, some strangely grown weeds: Dutch artist Anne ten Donkelaar find all these unique discoveries in her path and then take them home to her studio.
It is in the heart of a chapel of the XIIth century that takes place the lovely exhibition “HOPE” of the botanical artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc. At the Art center of Les 3Cha at Châteaugiron in Brittany, France, nature revives here with its sacred character.
Canadian architect Jean Verville is a master at exploring the spatial and visual experience of domesticity. After a series of research opportunities in Japan on art house projects, the Montreal-based architect tuned
Camille Walala is a graphic artist and a self-proclaimed “purveyor of powerfully positive digital print”. WALALA x PLAY is her latest project at London’s NOW Gallery.
Thomas Jackson’s interest in photography emerged from street scenes and has evolved to more conceptual elements.
Artist Federico Picci latest installation visualises music in a beautiful way.