Check out this collection of Star Wars rings by Japanese design firm J.A.P. created for the 20th anniversary of the franchise. Click here for the link.
” My artwork is an ongoing documentation of my immediate frame of reference. I tend to take an introspective approach to art, allowing my intuition to guide me through what needs to be communicated with each piece. Many of my works portray emotions brought upon by the human condition while others simply serve as a meditational outlet through color and shape. My interests include: identity, coping strategies, addiction, and mental health.” – Christina Zimmer Robinson
Take a minute or two and check out Julian Day. One talented guy, I promise.
‘Every time you take a sip of your coffee, tea or cocoa the bottom of your mug will reveal a cat face! You can also just set the mug upside down to see the cute, black kitty face looking up at you! The perfect gift for the cat and coffee lover in your life! Its the little details, like a cat under your mug, that really make you feel good and love life!’ Buy here.
Leonardo Drew is known for his dynamic large-scale sculptural installations. On the one hand, Drew’s sculptures can be seen as exercises in formalism rooted in the very experience of looking. On the other hand, these works explore memory by employing a wide range of material to evoke common elements of the human experience and of our diverse histories. (via Sikkema Jenkins Co.)
The Supersize Bed is a collaboration with architectural foodsmith Harry Parr. The supersize style chip bed is both compelling and functional. Taken out of their ‘carton’, an armful of chips can be stacked up as flexible bolster cushions.
Sylvie Guillot <-- Born in 1972 in Paris; Lives and works in Marseille, South of France; Trial court artist for national French Press (Le Figaro, France 2, Le Nouvel Observateur...); Life-drawing class teacher in Beaux-art schools in Paris (Ecole Camondo, Paris-Ateliers/Adac, Ecole Intuit-Lab...from 2007 to 2011.
Well, today’s discovery is the wonderful world of artist Yurex Omazkin. Love.
This bit of awesomeness brought to you by artist Gillian Lambert. Yay!