Row Boat Salad Bowl

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This extraordinary dish is sure to create a splash at your next dinner. The polished aluminum bowl takes the familiar form of a rowboat, complete with “wooden” planks cast along its hull. The boats oars are a pair of serving tools, carved from sheesham, a variety of rosewood which is renowned for its intricate, marbled grain. Whether you’re serving salad, holding fruit, or simply putting it on display, this bowl is sure to make waves. Buy here.

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Chris Labrooy

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After graduating from the RCA with an MA in design products, Chris Labrooy first began to use 3D as a simple tool to visualise ideas for furniture and products that he could not afford to produce. As 3D technology and hardware evolved, Chris LaBrooy saw an opportunity to explore CGI as a creative medium in itself with which he could subvert and twist familiar everyday things into new typographic and sculptural forms. Chris LaBrooy is interested in the intersection between typography, architecture, product design and visual art. Chris LaBrooy has exhibited at the design museum in London and has been featured in many publications covering design, products, typography and illustration.

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Magic Sweater

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Magic Sweater is an illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia who is inspired by classic comics and cartoons. His influences include Harvey comics, classic Disney animated features, early Peanuts, vintage Little Golden books, animator Jim Tyer, Hanna Barbera cartoons and Mad Magazine.

 Magic Sweater’s artwork is mostly created with traditional mediums such as pen and ink or lead pencil and then either coloured digitally or traditionally.

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Atelier Olschinsky

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Atelier Olschinsky (founded in 2002) is a small creative studio based in Vienna, Austria. Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss are operating in various fields such as graphic design, illustration, photography and art direction. In addition to their jobs for clients they also run several independent projects, always trying to develop and refine their work.

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Judit Rita​ Rabóczky

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Cable wire sculptures by Hungary-based artist Judit Rita​ Rabóczky. Link.

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Jack Vanzet

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Jack Vanzet is a 23 year old graphic designer, music producer and visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Jack has created visual art and music for international renowned companies such as Decca Records, Intel and Universal Music Group. Jack has worked in conjunction with award winning production studios and advertising agencies to create musical scores for both film and TV.

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Zen Dipping Bowl

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Light and dark, yin and yang, oil and vinegar. Achieve a harmoniously tasty balance with the Zen ceramic Dipping Bowl. Click here to buy.

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Alexandre da Cunha

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Alexandre da Cunha, who was raised in Brazil and has lived in London for over a decade, explores his hybrid and complicated national identity. Da Cunha makes freestanding, wall-mounted, and architectural sculptures using transformed everyday or found objects, which remain identifiable within the abstract assemblages. His practice is influenced by both systems of mass production and artisanal craftsmanship, such that the final objects appear to be a mix between popular consumer object and archaeological relic. The artist once summarized: “By highlighting specific aspects of objects that surround us, I impose a possible entry for them in what is known as the art world.” Da Cunha’s influences include Marcel Duchamp, European Modernist architecture, and Op Art. (via Artsy)

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Jessica Dance

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” I am a London-based Art Director, Model Maker & Prop Stylist. I specialise in creating handcrafted models, props and sets. By bringing my playful imagination to areas of fashion, editorial, interiors, film and animation, I create tactile and inviting solutions to a brief. Clients include: Vogue, Google, Mulberry, Creative Review, Vanity Fair, Liberty, Topshop, Whistles, Hunter, Selfridges, Berghaus, Marie Claire, GAP, Endsliegh and TimeOut.” – Jessica Dance

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Ryan Blume

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” Through my illustrations I’ve been able to combine two of my major passions in life: yoga and art. I’ve applied the style that I have been developing over the past five or so years to create yogic inspired artwork. My particular style, which is organic in nature, speaks to the anatomy of the human figure and also the prana that surrounds us. I believe that we are interconnected with our surroundings and we co-manifest each other. So, you will see in my illustrations that these same organic shapes make up the figure as well as the surrounding space. This emphasis on figure and environment cohesion speaks to how our movements/actions have an effect on our environment and vice versa. With this unity, I hope to invoke a sense of empowerment and awareness to how our bodies can move and how our actions reverberate to affect our surroundings. I also intend to exemplify the beauty of the yogic practice through the portrayal of advanced asanas.” – Ryan Blume

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