Derived from the study of light, proportions and relationship between organism and environment, Michele Reginaldi created these beautiful series of mini architectural constructions. I would love to have this in my home..!
Food artist Annabel de Vetten, created this incredible (macabre) skull wedding cake for a wedding fair with the, frankly fitting theme, “Til Death Do Us Part”. Do you want yours topped with real dried wedding flowers, or a white chocolate “Conjoined cat head”?
So I heard that you have boarded the electric powered “green” bandwagon and started a zero-carbon-foot-print “green” company. All you need now is a “green” logo and Vegetal Identity can give you the ultimate “green” logo!
Annie Vought has either a lot of patience, or is crazy, or a little bit of both. Her work involves removing handwritten letters from their context, letting the letterforms, shapes and shades speak for themslevs. The resulting artwork, though carved out of paper, is surprisingly strong, even though it looks so delicate and fragile.
By carving bowling balls into trophy architecture books, artist Eddy Sykes makes a comment on how most coffee table books are made for display and not for reading anyway. Wouldn’t you just love having these gently rock away on your bookshelf?
Trained as an engineer by profession, Arthur Ganson’s curiosity and sense of wonder allows him to see the humour and beauty in everyday objects, interfaced with the precision and coldness of a machine. All these cumulating in kinetic sculptures like the ‘Machine with Wishbone’, where a chicken wishbone walks and pulls along a machine; or as a ‘Machine with Grease’, where a machine continuously ‘ejaculates’ the one thing that makes any machine happy — Grease!
Studio Roso created this beautiful Christmas tree, commissioned by V&A. Made up of 3.3 miles of elastic cord and over 4 meters in height, this tree features a total of 1500 individual strands of cords coming together with ge0metric shapes that resembles Christmas ornaments to form a beautiful Christmas tree.