Anastasia Radevich is of Belarusian origin but a Montreal-based shoe designer who looks at the world in a different and courageous way. She is inspired by the work of Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen (she was hired by him when she appeared at his studio door) and she collaborated with well-know brands as Zara, Aldo and shoe designers like Nicholas Kirkwood.
Located in Bucharest, Romania,this amazing house is surrounded only by buildings that date from the 30′s and the 40′s. The owner bought this house that was built in the early 40′s with the purpose to rehabilitate it and enjoy living in the heart of the city.
Spyros Kizis young Greek designer presents his creation called Artichair literally a chair and an armchair made from natural fibers.
As part of his training on the side of Edinburgh, he developed a new material, natural fiber combining agricultural waste, biological and derivatives thistles epoxy resin.
A starting point, kinetic art, vibration, waving, moving, trying to recreate this idea with 67 unique pieces of wood.
Change the perception of the animal, the movement of the eye causes the bird seeking a “vibration” of the optical structure. Each end is worked in aquariums with glass globes with different views. Finally litter compost is made possible to be fertilized creating a comprehensive ecosystem even within the object.
To convince a culture less than enthusiastic about the concept that everyone can be an athlete, the Maryland-based brand brought in HUSH Studio, who in turn hired architecture and design studio Marc Thorpe Design, to create an experimental retail space centered on the architecture of Under Armour—action, vigor and endurance.
Upon entering, the store’s dynamic architecture draws visitors down a long illuminated hall—designed to ready one’s retinas for the following room—to the theatre, where an exaggerated 270-degree panoramic film surrounds and engulfs the viewer.
Located in the new Jing An Kerry Center in central Shanghai, the space is the first of potentially many “retail theatre” concept stores for the brand
While electric bike concepts have become quite popular, we have yet to see anything quite like this. Teaming up with BASF, the German designers at Ding3000 created this beauty. The electric bike has been outfitted with a 250W hub motor that not only assists the rider, but also illuminates the LED lights built into the frame (great for night time riding). The battery pack is built right into the seat, so when you park it, simply remove the seat to prevent thefts from riding away on your 2 wheeled companion. This also makes for easy charging. The bike itself is made from ultra lightweight carbon fiber along with a high tech compound constructed seat and tires that create a smooth ride for the user.
The infinity symbol (sometimes called the lemniscate) is a mathematical symbol representing the concept of infinity. In the real life, infinity could signify anything that goes on forever, without limit or eternal. Much like skull which also carries the meaning of eternal, infinity tattoo often goes together with other symbols. Infinity with symbol of heart or love font represents love forever, which is for lovers. Infinity with faith font signifies eternal faith. Infinity could go with anything together to embody the ideas and philosophies without limit.
Playfully enlarging sweets typically made from flour and dough into a real-life furniture, designer Boggy Chan has created this series ‘Sweeties’. the cupcake stool and biscuit table were based on the concept of playing with food, discovering its texture, smell and touch of the ingredients and turning it into a design object.
When we think of wood and paper, we usually see it in this manner; wood=source, paper=result. What if we flipped the model and saw paper as the source and wood as the end product? This was the concept behind Mieke Meijer’s project at the Design Academy Eindhoven. To think of paper as the end state of the product was limiting. With so much paper as the end result of making newspapers, Mieke envisioned an opportunity to upcycle the process and re-create wood.
Located in a forest on the mountains of Almaty in Kazakhstan, architect Aibek Almasov of A.Masow Design Studio has designed a concept for a modern spiritual retreat. The project, known as Tree in the house, presents a cylindrical, four-story glass space featuring an encased tree in the center. A winding white staircase allows visitors who enter the “tree house” to ascend the towering space, spiraling upward around the centric tree.
The Choose Your Own Adventure book series that many of us grew up on have now been adapted to the world of Breaking Bad. The books in this concept series include You Are A Kingpin, The Desert Lair Of Tuco, and Escape From The Neo-Nazi Pit. The concept itself was thought up by the folks atVulture, and each of the covers was designed by Jon Defreest.
“Studio Aisslinger set sail towards the heart of Soho to turn London’s old brick facades into a vivid concept of the ‘home of the future – part two’. From 14–22 September 2013 design gallery 19th Greek Street show[ed] it’s most colourful face to all visitors of the London design Festival. 19th Greek Street is dressed in textile. The most sustainable and long living woven coloir fields of Kvadrat did not only survive one process of up cycling in 2013 for ‘The home of the future’ at Museum Haus am Waldsee (Berlin).
The phone sports straight sides, and square corners, along with some nice touches of chrome to provide some contrast to the black base. The Nano slot and 3.5 mm jack are located along the right side of the phone, while the speaker connector is located at the bottom. The power button has been moved from the top to the left hand side, where the volume buttons also reside.
David Dunstan aka Loopydave is a professional illustrator coming from Australia. Almost all of his works start out as pencil sketches and are then painted in Photoshop. His work has appeared in magazines, books, billboards and tv commercials.