Philou le Caribou is a smart cardboard trophy deer head created by designers Maxime Dubreucq, Vincent Claudepierre and Benoit Louzaouen. Powered by a low temperature LED (lower fire risk and electricity consumption), Philou is assembled out of 23 pieces, laser-cut in recycled cardboard, for a better logistic and sustainability. It’s a fun piece of decor during the day, but nighttime is when it really shines. A light at the nose produces a large, looming deer head shadow effect. Nice explorations! That’s sure to be a conversation starter as a home decor.
Today we will show you some amazing eye make-up from German artist Svenja Jödicke. Svenja’s work is inspired by all kinds of people, places, animals, and other things beyond imagination which really takes her craft to the next level. By adding theatrical feathers, contact lenses and other accessories, Svenja creates some truly vibrant and colourful works.
Kyle Bean is a designer specialising in hand crafted models, set design and art direction.
Kyle’s work has been recognised by the prestigious Art Directors Club in New York and the International Design Biennial held throughout Europe. His work has been featured in a range of international art and design publications, praising him for both his conceptual thinking and craftsmanship. Kyle splits his time between working from his studio by the sea in Brighton and London where he often collaborates with photographers and directors. Kyle is represented by Blinkart.
One hundred artists were given an opportunity to uniquely redesign 100 phone booths in São Paulo. The result is beyond all expectations. One hundred completely useless or just vandalized booths were transformed into incredible works of art. See for yourself!
Trojan horse is known since Greek mythology, where he is given access Greeks in the city of Troy. Now this horse called “Trojaner” has been recreated by designer Babis using resin and recycled keyboard buttons. Set on giant rockers, the sculpture is essentially a giant keyboard in the shape of a realistic-looking horse. Babis is trying to symbolize how tech gadgets and the Internet in particular have infiltrated our lives and our essence of being without us even noticing. He wants us to be aware and understand the implications of letting the Internet take over our being with his project Hedonism(y) Trojaner. Have fun!
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These stunning images were created by Mexican photography studio Jean Bérard Fotografía (JFB). They have developed a series of images which capture the chaos and unpredictability of liquids.
Beautiful art installation at the Barbican Centre in London allows people to walk through the rain without getting wet.
Falling water is controlled by 3D tracking cameras and computer software that shuts off the rain in different sections of the room.
Innovative weather machine responds to the movement of each person.
“Rain Room” was designed and created by rAndom International.