The latest project of peinter and now interior architect Alexandra Zabunov, is this bright and eclectic apartment. Each piece of furniture tells a story full of meanings, the interior is decorated and outlined to match the effervescent creativity and personality of its owner.
Inside this space, Alexandra introduced several pieces with charm, such as the sofa with five different backs and the table with solid oak wood countertop, all handmade specially made for this project.
Located in a building on the corner of the street, the store should house the contemporaneity of the collection and the brand ́s new language. It has acted in the market for over 60 years and in this new undertaking, it searches for a new esthetic language printed on its products and also in the architecture.
A honeycomb inspired the hexagonal shape on the facade and this shape allows a better solution for planes and curves situation. The coating was used in some moments in an opaque way and in others as semi-translucent, evoking movement between straight and curved angles. At the same time, shaping the openings sometimes explicit like in the main window and it alludes itself more discretely at times to incite visitation.
The masonry was peeled and exposed crudely and the lighting uses the preexisting structure to its fixation, bringing the highest flexibility possible for the product exhibition at the store. Old existent bricks were kept making a conversation between new and old materials.Inspired by the unusual architectural proposal, the plastic artist Felipe Morozini signs the creative direction of the objects, furniture and the art for ESTAR GABRIEL.
Here we have composed most creative paper-cut illustration Artwork to inspire you and let you see what other artists are doing with paper all around the world. Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago. Now these days from complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area of design and it is expanding day by day. These intricate paper designs grace museums and exauhibitions throughout the world and is becoming yet another exciting medium of expression for many designers.
Constructed in celebration of Tiffany & Co.’s 175th anniversary, the jewelry-makers wanted to share their legacy in an exhibition of archival jewelry. December 16th, 2013 – The multidisciplinary wizard behind the staging of world-class runway shows for fashion brands like Christian Dior, Hussein Chalayan and Rodarte, has conjured up a reflective spaceship-like pavilion for Tiffany & Co.’s most recent exhibition in Beijing. The man we’re referring to is none other than French designer and fashion show producer Alexandre de Betak, founder of Paris-based creative studio Bureau Betak.
Inspired by the childhood fairytales her grandmother shared with her, Monika Jarosz, the creative talent behind the KOBJA line, has been experimenting with toad skin at an early age. Creating these high quality leather pieces takes a considerable amount of time and energy – there are more than 14 stages before the final product is produced. The skins are prepared in Australia then shipped off to France for color treatment and stitching. Currently, the collection is being sold all across the world, and has garnered enough public fascination for the company to charge a hefty price. Depending on the size of the accessory, the price ranges from $275 to $1,600 USD.
Pencil is the most natural and expressive tool for getting ideas on Paper—a beautiful blend of advanced technology and crafted design. Pencil’s special expressive features: Erase, Blend, and adaptive Palm Rejection, open up a whole new world of creative possibilities in Paper.
Located in Altlandsberg, Germany, this shop features hundreds of bikes attached to the exterior facade. Not only is the installation fun and funky, it’s multiple stories high!
Vince Hannemann has been collecting junk since 1989 and constructing a “cathedral” in his Austin, Texas, backyard. Now the city wants him to bring the landmark up to code. In the past year, the cathedral appeared in promotional materials for the People’s Gallery, a city-sponsored art exhibition meant to showcase Austin’s quirkiness and creative energy.
Canadian illustrator Cris Delara is versatile and adaptable to a multitude of different styles, not only pinup girls designs. She has the vision, creativity and flexibility to interpret loose ideas into wonderfully detailed master pieces in Film, Video Games, Comics, Print and Digital Media. Enjoy!
Born and bred in Hong Kong, the multifaceted Stanley wears different hats as an illustrator, designer, concept artist, creative director and co-founder of Imaginary Friends Studios — a world acclaimed digital art studio that produces high quality artworks for the likes of Capcom, DC Comics, Square Enix and other giants in the entertainment and gaming industry. Formally trained in graphic design and advertising, Stanley’s art is imbued with a strong sense of aesthetics and visual fluidity.
“It’s an exhibit about the famous masterpiece The Last Supper, by Leonardo Da Vinci. 13 young and famous designers were called to look beyond the scene and imagine the thirteen -never seen before- seats of Jesus and the Apostles. Each designer gave his own interpretation of the symbolic connection between one of the Saints and his chair, with creativity and the due respect.
The 13 chairs will thus be revealed On 19 October, together with contributions of 13 photographers and 13 critics at MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art in Lissone, Italy).”
New Hampshire-based fine art photographer Sarah Ann Loreth has been inspiring her creative peers with her surreal images, sparking a surge of imagination into the photography world. The self-taught photographer allows viewers to escape reality with her into an alternate universe filled with enchanting surrealism and haunting beauty.