Friday, December 19th, 2014
Studio Wieki Somers is a dutch design duo by Wieki Somers and Dylan van den Berg.
Innovative photographer and director Charlie Schuck has quite an impressive portfolio as he captures interesting compositions in both fashion and design.
In the heart of the Aravaca district in Madrid, the charming restaurant Guito’s serves tapas with a hint of Nordic influence and local ingredients.
Cube by Evan Robarts is a colorful collection of geometrically painted cubes with a beautiful touch of blurriness, volume, stretched lines and crisp color hues.
Charlotte Love is a London-based interior stylist and set designer who recently made a color pop series with still-life photographer Joanna Henderson for Heart Magazine.
The new gallery Hauser & Wirth in Somerset, UK becomes no less attractive as it also provides culinary experiences through The Roth Bar & Grill.
On 215 Ingraham Street In Brooklyn you find the cavernous-sized space “The 1896”.
Australian photographer Jenny Van Sommers has featured in high fashion publications like Vogue, Elle, Dazed and Confused and commissioned by huge luxury brands like Dior and Anya Hindmarch.
“On The rocks”, an editorial in the second issue of Mint Magazine, just recently came out and is a collaboration between creative studio Paris Se Quema and photographer Chloé Gassian.
German artist Markus Linnenbrink’s colorful capital is loaded in the form of stripes across the walls and floors in his most recent installation “Off the wall!”, shown at the gallery Kunsthalle in Nuremberg, Germany.
The Museum of Water, created by London-based artist Amy Sharrocks, displays a collection of public donated water in bottles of all shapes and sizes accumulated over a period of two years.
Inspired by ancient aesthetic rituals and the powers of alchemy, Lauren Davies has created a dressing table with a sharp palette of copper and maple wood.