The Beehive chair created by New Zealand-based architectural designer Graham Roebeck won the inaugural 2011 Formica Formations competition.
Guy Laramee from Canada creates increadible sculptures from old books. The material for the art works are old dictionaries and encyclopedias. From these books Guy carves landscapes and plateau, and then paints them in natural colours.
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At first glance, it may appear that these are photos of some snowy wonderland. But upon closer inspection you will see that these landscapes are made up of tropical foliage and surroundings. Netherlands-based photographer Maria Netsounski took these vibrant images using infrared technology; hence the name of this series, IR. Let these snowy pictures will create joyful mood for the upcoming holiday!
Automotive enthusiast and at the same time designer from Serbia Marko Petrovic created concet of unusual timepiece Avenger. Inspired by ultramodern angular super car, the Lamborghini Aventador, the Avenger watch also looks ultramodern. Signature black and orange of the Aventador, and complex engineering into a vertical tourbillion presented much in the same way as the car’s engine and transparent cover. Have fun!
Today we want to raise your mood with these beautiful photos. Alisa Verner, talented female photographer from Sankt Peterburg, Russia, erases the line between erotica photography and fashion or portrait photography. Photographer with a lot of talent, capturing the moment, fashion is her speciality. Take a look at the selection of her art works revealing women nudity with sensuality. Have fun!
These thermoformed acrylic letterforms by Ricard Mollon aren’t just book shelves, they also tell a lot about your home, quite literally. These shelves are available in floor standing size, or smaller versions for your wall. Each letter is sold individually to allow you the freedom to put things in your own words. You can use them as a room divider, or as a bedside tables. Take a look!
Designed by Mia Schmallenbach, the Deglon Meeting Knife Set won first prize in the 5th European Cutlery Design Awards. This set of sculptural, nested knives is practical, durable and a work of art. The set is made of high quality stainless steel and seemingly appears to be created from a single block of stainless steel. To remove each knife, simply press down near the tip of the blade and lift knife away by the handle. The set includes 4 knifes, a paring knife, a utility knife, a chef knife and a slicer.