MISC, which stands for miscellaneous, defines mixtures, various-ness, diversity and eclecticism. It represents how Indonesian furniture company by Gempa Trimuryono and Irine Roba work. For their furniture, they
A few weeks ago we featured the work of Jannis Kounellis, the Greek-born, Rome-based installation and performance artist notably for involving industrious materials such as live horses, coffee, and others in his theatrical work. I came across Stephane Thidet
It is rare to find a place like this in Barcelona! Originally a textile workshop, the 1830 Sqft (170 square meters) space was fully redone and became a true NY style loft with large open spaces, high ceilings, large windows, structural beams in sight and the mix of wood and concrete for texture. The
A pretty cool series of sculptures we came across on the web from Seattle-based sculptor Dan Webb. Wood is the last thing we want to rest our head on to sleep but somehow Webb makes it look like it wouldn’t be so bad. With amazing texture and shape, the intricate details show off the beauty [...]
A dye works in the nineteenth century, a carpenter’s workshop in the fifties, today ‘Box House’ is the residential loft of an architect whose design language and signature style is the fusion of modern and antique. Alessandro Capellaro and his partner Sabrina Bignami of B-arch architecture studio are both interested in
Vogue UK editorial featuring Suvi Koponen for their September 2012 issue displays this Fall’s season biggest trend, leather. Photographer Craig McDean captured the flawlessness of model Suvi Koponen and the smooth surfaces of the soft leather silhouettes with the uneven grains of the wood backdrops.
AJ Fosik‘s work would actually be a bit scary if they weren’t so brightly, beautifully colorful. The Michigan native is known for crafting 3D wood-based pieces—using both his hands and digital techniques—that call to mind American folk and tribal art, mostly thanks to his use of
Jason Middlebrook is described by Artforum as having a “long-standing interest in decaying landscape and nature/culture clashes”. And from the looks of his work, which usually incorporate discarded objects and leftover debris, the Michigan-born, New York-based artist does seem to have a penchant for searching in unlikely places for his artistic mediums.