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Paintings and Pumpkins and (Mirror) Rooms, Oh My!

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Yayoi Kusama has unveiled new artworks in her latest exhibition Yayoi Kusama in the Victoria Miro Gallery in London. Through pattern and repetition, Kusama’s new works reflect her lifelong preoccupation with themes such as infinite and sublime, as well as personal obsession. Known for her multi-disciplinary work, it’s no surpriseContinue Reading

June 6, 2016
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MANUS X MACHINA: Fashion in an Age of Technology

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Manus = “Hand”; Machina = “Machine” These two seemingly disparate words join together for the title of the Costume Institute’s newest exhibition for the spring of 2016: Manus x Machina. Presented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Robert Lehman Wing, this exhibition explores how designers are reconciling the handmade andContinue Reading

May 31, 2016
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The Art of Shaving

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While sharpening her pencil, Japanese designer Haruka Misawa was fascinated by the petal-like shape of the pencil shavings. Inspired, she began Paper Flower, a project that explored how to make pencil shavings look more like flowers. Misawa printed paper with a color gradation, applied glue to the surface, and thenContinue Reading

May 26, 2016
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“Stuggle” by PlusOne

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Ever feel like your ideas puff up like a blowfish and then eat themselves? Designers at PlusOne definately know about this creative struggle and made a project to display such frustrated feelings! Martijn Hogenkamp is the creative director at PlusOne, a design and animation studio based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. ForContinue Reading

May 12, 2016
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Craig Ward’s Portraits of Bacteria Found in NYC Subways

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“You look at the subway and it’s all just different shapes and sizes and colors of people and you look at it at a microscopic level and it’s all just different shapes and sizes and colors of bacterial colonies. It’s a nice kind of portrait of the city on aContinue Reading

May 5, 2016
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An Upside-Down Garden Has Sprung Into Spring!

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What better way is there to celebrate Spring than with 30,000 flowers? London-based artist Rebecca Louise Law has brought 30,000 flowers into the atrium of the German Bikini Berlin. “The installation is designed to be an inviting, enchanting celebration of the outdoors and of spring color,” Law shared. This pieceContinue Reading

April 25, 2016
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Bruce Munro’s Enchanting “Field of Light”

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“I wanted to create an illuminated field of stems that, like the dormant seed in a dry desert, would burst into bloom at dusk with gentle rhythms of light under a blazing blanket of stars,” says Bruce Munro. Bruce Munro is a British artist who creates immersive light installations thatContinue Reading

April 22, 2016
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New Film Shows Pre-Computer Graphic Design Production

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Attention everyone! Briar Levit is directing “Graphic Means,” a documentary that explores graphic design production in the 1950s through the 1990s!! It’ll take us away from today’s design industry of computer screens and mouse clicks and into the world of tracing pads, industrial machinery, handheld tools, and hands-on techniques longContinue Reading

April 9, 2016
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“Chocolatexture,” 9 Onomatopoeic Chocolates!

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Who knew texture could warp our perception of taste? Last year, Japanese designer Oki Sato was asked to design chocolates by Maison et Objet, a French pre-eminent design show. Sato responded with “Chocolatexture,” a collection of nine, 26 cubic mm bricks of chocolate. Each chocolate holds a shape that representsContinue Reading

April 4, 2016
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K-1, An Adaptive Stationary Kit by Maxim Scherbakov

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Remember rearranging blocks while building your own cities, houses, and bridges as a child? Maxim Scherbakov certainly kept such memory in mind when designing K-1, a stationary kit with constructive features! Scherbakov is an interior and product designer and currently co-runs Plan-SR3, a design studio based in St. Petersburg, Russia.Continue Reading

April 2, 2016
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Pawel Norbert’s Atypical Letters

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Who knew letters and numbers could be presented as figurative paint sculptures?? Pawel Nolbert did! Nolbert is an independent artist, illustrator & designer currently based in Warsaw. He does a number of creative services, from illustration to branding to graphic design to photography. One of his recent projects was Atypical,Continue Reading

March 29, 2016
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DoloreZ CrocheZ

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Imagine crocheting a sock…for a street art figure! That’s what DoloreZ CrocheZ does! DoloreZ CrocheZ is a passionate studio with a mission is to inspire, educate, and transform people through their innovative designs, using crochet as a tool and form. Their art interacts with the public space and growing urbanContinue Reading

March 20, 2016
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Fabio Pantoja’s “Uncover the Truth”

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Coca-Cola may be known as “happiness in a bottle,” but Fabio Pantoja reminds us that it is definately not happiness once it is outside the bottle. Fabio Pantoja is a Nicaraguan artist with a focus on Illustration, Branding, and Typography. After reflecting upon the amount of sugar he intakes throughContinue Reading

March 10, 2016
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“Loving Vincent”, The World’s First Feature Painted Film

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In our age of technology, animated films have turned to CGI and forsaken craft of utilizing paper, canvases, pencils, and paint brushes in animation. But fear not for BreakThru Productions has director Dorota Kobiela and filmmaker Hugh Welchman directing Loving Vincent, a new documentary about the life of Vincent vanContinue Reading

March 6, 2016
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Exploring Missy H. Dunaway’s Travel Journal

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Missy H. Dunaway is an artist from Maryland. She works mainly with acrylic inks on paper and uses this portable medium as she travels. For the past two years, she has filled Moleskine notebooks with memories, moments, and scenaries from her journeys through the US, Europe, Turkey, and Morocco. DunawayContinue Reading

February 28, 2016
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Kapil Bhagat’s Brilliant Scientist Typographic Posters

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National Science Day is celebrated in India on February 28th each year. Two years ago, graphic artist Kapil Bhagat designed a series of minimalist typographic posters to celebrate famous scientists and their inventions and/or discoveries. Whether it’s the fallen “O” in Newton’s name to illustrate his law of universal gravitationContinue Reading

February 25, 2016
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