Cuna Bathtub by Carlo Colombo

p p Created to stand in the middle of the bathroom as its absolute protagonist, the Cuna tub has a high, important backrest. Backrest inclination and height make this tub welcoming, comfortable and giving you total relaxation. The base shape is rectangular, but sides are rounded, another singularity making the tub really comfortable. (via Antonio Lupi) p

Jamie Uretsky

p p p Jamie Uretsky has exhibited her work throughout California including venues such as The Grand Central Art Center, The National Steinbeck Center and Azusa Pacific University. Uretsky received her BFA at BIOLA University in Los Angeles and is currently working on her Master's of Fine Arts at the University of Connecticut. (via Myartspace) p p

Panta Rhei College Interiors by i29

p p p p ' In the design for the new accommodations of public school Panta Rhei in Amstelveen (NL) there is a lot of attention on the balance between freedom and a sense of security. Snelder Architecten realised a building with many open multifunctional spaces where students can make themselves familiar with the teaching material. The interior design by i29 links up with that perfectly and gives the spaces an identity that connects with the students' environment and addresses them directly and personally. i29 let itself be inspired by the name of the school. Panta Rhei, meaning 'everything flows', 'everything is in motion'. This led to a design that leaves space for the imagination of the users, offering elements that can be used flexibly, which also propagates the school's identity. ' (via Arch Daily) p

Kevin Sloan

p p Artist Kevin Sloan draws upon the diverse imagery acquired from his extensive travels around the world to create the unique "magic realism" paintings that have made him such a well-known, collected artist. With a portfolio of fine art that can be found in numerous public and private collections, his distinctive, dramatic imagery and use of warm, rich hues combine to create his unique still lifes and landscapes. Each one abundant, filled with wonder and mystery. p

Julie Levesque

p p Through sculpture and installation, Julie Levesque has been building a body of work that is primarily concerned with motion and the fluid transformation of energy into inanimate objects. The imprint of this emotion distorts their shapes creating a narrative of the essence of the people who have had contact with them. Slumped, eroded or enlarged, emotion/energy is made visible in ways that never physically show in the body but reside there nonetheless. Working almost exclusively in white, she creates tension and contradiction by draining the color out of these energized objects. p p p

NG House

p p Loving this house located in St. Tirso, Portugal built by Arquitectos Anónimos, Maria Veloso and Vasco Aragão. Click here for the link. p

Kyler Dannels

p p " My greatest inspirations have always shared one aspect in common: dramatic narrative. This consistency of dramatic content has always permeated the creations that fuel my passion for art. A story will hold your attention and secure itself in your memory like nothing else can. Stories compose our greatest myths, religions and philosophies. It is this belief in the power of narrative that drives me to tell my own stories. I am striving to honestly reveal qualities that are unique unto to my experience and my thoughts. This desire represents a major component of my goals in visual art, as well as in my relatively new passion for writing. " - Kyler Dannels p

Meringue Rings

p ' Designed to look just like a little meringue, these rings are absolutely uber-delish. The silicone that's used by German designer Tanja Hartmann makes those rings look so real that you immediately want to start sucking on them. Luckily they are made out of silicone and not sugar and egg whites, because that makes them a lot more durable then the real thing and trust us, sucking on your finger doesn't really go down all that well in public. ' Get yours at .Charles & Marie. p

Graham Robinson

p p p I’m enjoying the work of artist Graham Robinson so, check out his work. p p

Peter Stichbury

p p p Peter Stichbury, born Auckland 1969, is a New Zealand artist. Stichbury graduated from the Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland in 1997. He won New Zealand’s prestigious Wallace Art Awards the same year. Stichbury is primarily a painter but his body of work also spans the mediums of drawing, watercolour, sculpture and sound based work. Stichbury is most renowned for his intricate yet flat portraits of models and modern beauties sourced from contemporary media images, which he reworks to create abhorrently exquisite doe eyed specimens both startlingly attractive and awkwardly ugly. His work also explores those who don't measure up to conventional beauty ideals and who are therefore rendered socially invisible: misfits, outsiders and intellectuals. He draws partly from haute couture catwalk culture, modern psychology and sociology, alien conspiracy theory, and a pared down 1950's aesthetic to make a painterly comment on the dilemma of beauty and society's obsession with appearance. Stichbury subverts traditional conventions of portraiture, often painting a generalised stereotype of a societal group, as opposed to the specific character study a portrait painter seeks to achieve. His work is simultaneously intertwined with and influenced by popular culture and historical painters including Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres and Lucian Freud. (via Wikipedia & Matthew Buchanan) p