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Vlad Dragusin - Modern Vintage Toy Cars

Vlad Dragusin – Modern Vintage Toy Cars

A line of vintage toy cars made of solid wood-and-rubber, heirloom construction, and no removable parts, inspired by the 1950’s and 60’s cars. “I have always regarded my work as embodying an entrepreneurial spirit based on a rigorous application and supported by thorough research. While practicing as an architect in New York City and Europe,...
Ester Roi - Colorful riverbeds

Ester Roi – Colorful riverbeds

Ester Roi’s art is characterized by brilliant colors and sharp details and an ongoing fascination with natural objects surrounded or immersed in water. The rocks and flowers in her paintings are observed above and below the surface, and the visual changes that water imparts to their shapes and colors are meticulously recorded. Ester strives to...
Alexandra Bruel - Advertising with Clay

Alexandra Bruel – Advertising with Clay

Alexandra Bruel is a french art director and illustrator based in Paris. She studied graphic design at the Gobelins School in Paris and during her degree she began to work with plasticine. She’s represented by Handsome Frank, a London based agency and she work for an array of clients across the advertising and design sector....
Liza Lou - Kitchen

Liza Lou – Kitchen

Liza’s first large scale work Kitchen, is a life-size replica of a kitchen, covered entirely in millions of glass beads. Every surface—from the cabinet doors to the fresh-baked pie to the swirling dishwater in the sink—is covered with tiny glass beads, all glued by hand. The entire project took 5 years to be finished, Lisa...
Suzan Drummer - Kaleidoscopic floor installations

Suzan Drummer – Kaleidoscopic floor installations

The installations created by Suzan Drummer are circles and vibrant rings of spiraling colors winding into the surface of the floor. They are composed of crystals, chromed metal, precious stones, mirrors and optical glass. Suzan Drummer create powerful images examining the idea of illusion and optical effects. More about Suzan Drummer’s work
Mona Caron - Manifestation Station

Mona Caron – Manifestation Station

A colorful piece of world painted on a standard utility box by Mona Caron. If you look at this box from a specific point and distance, its perspective lines will match the background, providing a glimpse into an alternative reality. Mona Caron is a Swiss-born, San Francisco-based full time artist, freelancing as an illustrator since...
Leandro Erlich - Dalston House

Leandro Erlich – Dalston House

This optical illusion by Argentine artist Leandro Erlich makes you to feel just like Spiderman! The piece uses a wall of giant mirrors to make it seem as though visitors are climbing and jumping along the vertical wall of a Victorian terraced house! More about the artist here.
Choi Jeong-Hwa - 1000 Doors

Choi Jeong-Hwa – 1000 Doors

South Korean Artist Choi Jeong-Hwa used 1000 brightly colored recycled doors to transform a bland 10-story building into a public art installation. Jeong-Hwa is a master of using found objects to make this kind of art, and the project is one of his most ambitious. More about the artist here.
Tomás Saraceno - In Orbit

Tomás Saraceno – In Orbit

“In Orbit” by Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno is an ambitious Installation suspended over 25 meters above the piazza of the K21 Standehaus museum in Dusseldorf, Germany. The three levels of netting are connected by airfilled PVC balls reaching up to 30 feet in diameter. Those who enter Saraceno’s hybrid vision experience into a constantly fluctuating geography, in which the landscape...
Sabina Lang & Daniel Baumann - Geometric Street Paintings in France

Sabina Lang & Daniel Baumann – Geometric Street Paintings in France

Lang/Baumann was founded by Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, two Swiss artists who have been producing work collaboratively since the beginning of the 1990s. Their practice includes installations, sculptures, architectural interventions and “relational strategies”. The artists bring unexpected visuals to public spaces as with their project Street Painting in France. The installation was applied directly...
Kota Hiratsuka - Colorful Origami Mosaics

Kota Hiratsuka – Colorful Origami Mosaics

Kota Hiratsuka is a paper artist living in Japan that takes the art of paper folding or origami to new levels. With shadows and light in mind, he creates three-dimensional incredible works. He has been exploring origami by manipulating paper into these beautiful geometrical formed mosaics.   More about the artist here.
James Dive of The Glue Societe - The Cube "Once"

James Dive of The Glue Societe – The Cube “Once”

In his latest sculpture project, James Dive of The Glue Society has compacted an entire fun fair – including rides, dodgems and even prizes – into a four metre cube. One amusement park from his past was turned into a creepily touching piece of art.  Dive carefully cleaned, painted and restored every bit and piece...