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Jochen Twelker

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Jochen Twelker < -- 1957 Born in Bielefeld; Studies at the Kunstakademie, Münster; Lives and works in Berlin.

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The New Style Mobile Office

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The New Style Mobile Office or the “Pop Up” is a 94 x 275 x 200 cm installation that is entirely made of cardboard and tape. It is designed by Liddy Scheffknecht and Armin B. Wagner. Click here for the link.

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Urban Forest

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‘Urban Forest’ building located in Chongqing, China is a new project of MAD architects. Um, wow. More on Designboom.

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Landmine Ketchup

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” Using a ketchup sachet, we demonstrated the horrific nature of living in a land mine affected country and how much a part of everyday life that horror is. The idea is simple: as you tear open the sachet you also rip through the child’s leg and the ketchup inside pours out like blood. ” Designed by Publicis Mojo (Australia).

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Impressionist Cake

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Found this cool Vincent Van Gogh cake last night on Flickr. Yummy yummy. More cake here.

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Yungwun Yoo

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Korean artist Yungwun Yoo creates these amazing sculptures out of old books, magazines and flyers. Looks goodness.

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Ivan Puig

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Ivan Puig – Spanish modern artist. He loves controversy, poetry, simplicity and complexity at the same time, as reflected in its creativity. ‘

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Richard Wilkinson

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Richard Wilkinson was born and lived his young life on the south coast of England. After studying Fine Art at college, he moved to London where he now lives and works as an artist and illustrator. Richard is represented in the UK by Central Illustration Agency and by Bernstein & Andruilli in the USA. Some of his eminent clients include Time Magazine, GQ, Vodafone, Penguin Books and The Telegraph. ” (via TAXI)

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Yoav Avinoam

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‘ This insteresting Shavings Stool design was created by Israeli designer Yoav Avinoam. The stools use sawdust waste from the wood industry, which is combined with resin and pressed into a mold that already contains all the objects parts. The sawdust crumbles toward the edges, creating a new aesthetic for a material once destined to become waste. ‘ (via Decodir)

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Yuko Shimizu

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Yuko Shimizu is a freelance illustrator based in New York City and an illustration instructor at School of Visual Arts. Newsweek Japan has chosen her as one of “100 Japanese People The World Respects” in 2009.

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