homepage

Virginie Morillo

 photo 7copy_zpsa963e77a.jpg

 photo 4_zps070f6b18.jpg

 photo 1_zpsb289d0de.jpg

Virginie Morillo <-- Born in 1982 in Switzerland; Lives & works in Geneva.

 photo 3_zps4bd882b2.jpg

 photo 7_zpsaa7ccb8d.jpg

And A And Be And Not

 photo andAandBE_zpsfa964a1c.png

 photo Untitled-2_zpsed727446.jpg

And A And Be And Not‘ (by Camilla Richter) is a foldable paravent built of dichroic glass segments, forming a mood-of-the-light-machine. Light and shadow, reflection, transperancy, distortion, revision and colours play in the object. This colourful impression is subtil to dynamic, always depending on time and motion.

 photo andA_detail_zps0f1e5066.png

 photo Untitled-1_zps7651137f.jpg

Marie Soularue

 photo 8689280486_5540905e7f_b_zpsaf4419fc.jpg

 photo 8753130889_7bb667c81c_b_zpsf513aecf.jpg

 photo 8382975597_68a28d1255_b_zps761852d2.jpg

Another artist worth looking at is Marie Soularue. These paintings caught my eye right away. Check it out guys.

 photo 8676772757_ec94942f59_b_zps34113722.jpg

 photo 8667619535_80bf8154af_b_zpsc79e0ca8.jpg

Susannah Martin

 photo swenja-blue-girl_zps84aa6c24.jpg

 photo girl_zps07329526.jpg

Susannah Martin <-- 1964 Born in New York City; 1982-1986 Studied at New York University, N.Y.; Bachelor of Science, Major in Painting; Recipient SEHNAP Scholarship Award; Studied under among others: John Kacere, Louise Lawler, Sherrie Levine, Peter Campus.

 photo rooster_zps81387145.jpg

Ben Schonzeit

 photo cake_slices_zpsb0a281db.jpg

 photo payard_zps0244eb5f.jpg

Ben Schonzeit <-- Born May 9, 1942 in Brooklyn, New York; Education: BFA (1964) Cooper Union, New York, NY; Lives and works in New York City.

 photo small-end-cup-cakes_zps28527387.jpg

Mens Boulder Boot Brown

 photo bb20_zps4871ff1a.jpg

 photo bb9_zps0dbd6740.jpg

Weighing a mere 9.9oz (size 43), the Boulder Boot is arguably the lightest boot in the world. The upper is made of water-resistant nylon and full-grain leather to keep away moisture. The whole boot is completely collapsible, great for stuffing into a pack during a hike and wearing around the campfire afterwords. There’s absolutely nothing to this boot, no heel counter, no toe counter, no shank, and nothing stiff that would irritate the foot. If a barely-there boot is what you’re in need of, look no further. Buy here.

 photo bb17_zps3749e603.jpg

 photo bb2_zps5100510f.jpg

Sakimi Сhan

 photo tumblr_m10d7cZnmR1qjtxoeo1_r4_1280_zps89eaeab0.jpg

 photo tumblr_mew37c0Oel1qhttpto1_500_zpsc33cac9f.jpg

Sakimi Сhan is a talented digital illustrator from Canada. Her website here.

 photo tumblr_mgg4ls5NbM1qjtxoeo1_1280_zps6051ae33.jpg

 photo tumblr_lwmge9yboz1qjtxoeo1_r2_1280_zps5afd50b3.jpg

Abri-boca by Philipp Süssmann

 photo Abriboca-living-pod_zpsc69c0786.jpg

 photo Abriboca-living-pod_1_zps0d354b83.jpg

 photo Abriboca-living-pod-4_zpsfda5098d.jpg

Abri-boca explores the theme of transformation- the transition between open spaces to more intimate and enclosed ones. My goal was to primarily observe, understand and research the meaning of “transformation”, which should ultimately lead to a discovery of a new product. I propose that people need “spaces of calmness” to direct the course that they want to live. Yet, these “spaces” seem to vanish in our daily routines. Relaxation, calmness and the awareness that comes from having time to disconnect seem to have a decreasing part in our live. Pursuing that thought, I have conducted research at the intersection of nature, motion, society and living spaces. My goal has been to ultimately create an object that symbolizes and captures the meaning of “Transformation” and creates the user a space to retreat from the hustle of daily live. My design affords users to rest within the object in an open state, and if more privacy is desired, one can easily pull the wooden shell closed via a pivoting mechanism, creating a protective canopy over the occupant.” – Philipp Süssmann

 photo Abriboca-living-pod-5_zpsf74a7ddf.jpg

 photo Abriboca-living-pod-3_zpse3fae65f.jpg

 photo Abriboca-living-pod-1_zpsd84334c1.jpg

Mario Sorrenti

 photo joan-smalls-by-mario-sorrenti-for-w-magazine-3-530x715_zps1cc278e8.jpg

 photo mario-sorrenti-portfolio_zps65426735.jpeg

 photo 141897_4_600_zpsb04e9ff6.jpeg

Mario Sorrenti (born 24 October 1971) is a photographer and director best known for his spreads of nude models in the pages of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Sorrenti was born in Naples, Italy, but moved to New York City at the age of ten where he is still based. He is the son of New York based advertiser, Francesca Sorrenti. He has had exhibitions in London (Victoria and Albert Museum), Paris, Monaco and New York (Museum of Modern Art). He has undertaken campaigns and directed commercials for Calvin Klein, and has shot Kate Moss for the Calvin Klein Obsession ads. He has also worked for Lancôme, Paco Rabanne, Benetton and Pirelli Calendar 2012. He is currently signed exclusively with the agency Art Partner.

 photo 141897_3_600_zpsfb5a9d5d.jpeg

 photo 141897_5_600_zpsa3aa9670.jpeg

AK3D

 photo Selfillumination2-760x919_zps59b88b7e.jpg

 photo 136093_1362448572_large_zps1976b67f.jpg

 photo Brute_Force-760x536_zps8cb4bbc0.jpg

 photo 4_zpsb05c74e1.jpg

AK3D (Andre Kutscherauer) is specialized in 3D renderings, CGI stills, art, illustration, 3D visualisation, 3d animation and product animation for marketing, car design, appliances and design products.

 photo AK3D_Illustration_01_zps26008181.jpg

 photo Selfillumination_3-760x1074_zpsa3bf95c0.jpg