July 11, 2013

When it comes to dinosaurs, none are more badass than the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Instantly recognizable by its massive head and tiny arms, this fierce carnivore was the largest meat eating dinosaur to ever live. With that being said, it should come as no surprise that Philippe Pasqua chose the T-Rex…


1,200 Minifigure Lego office Wall by Acrycilize

February 14, 2013

LEGOs have extended their reach far beyond the world of children’s toys over the past few decades, and we have seen an increasing demand for LEGO bricks within the world of design.

The folks at Qubic Tax are one of the least likely companies we’d expect to use LEGOs in their…

The Heineken Bottle Book by Cloudfactory

November 28, 2012

Cloudfactory developed and designed this global brand book for Heineken International, called The Heineken Bottle Book.

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Base Camp X Water Axes

October 8, 2012

Base Camp X’s Water Axes are so pretty you may just want to mount them on the wall and never ever let them see the water. Though we can imagine they’ll look even better after they’ve been through a couple of adventures. Look out for the Cherry Voyageur (left) and…


Terranos cabinet by Jack Frost

September 6, 2012

A piece of furniture created by Australian designer Jack Frost. The result of an interesting naturalistic study of the Australian rural landscape….


Mechanical Sculptures by Andrea Petrachi

August 11, 2012

There have been a lot of artistic pieces all trying to make something out of recycled materials or thrown away items but this attempt by Andrea Petrachi is more creative. Petrachi is an artist based in the Italian city of Milan and he has come up with really bizarre insects…


Stunning Suspended Parasols In Portugal

July 30, 2012

The parasols are strung above from wires and their shiny material provides a bit of sheer, colored light to emit through the suspended shades. More of the awe inspiring umbrella installation here….


Three-Dimensional Magazine Sculptures Defy Boundaries

July 19, 2012

Korean Yun-Woo Choi is an emerging artist who creates incredibly impressive sculptures using rolled up pages of magazines. Though not much information can be found on the artist, he did say in a fairly recent interview that he was inspired by three artists you may already be familiar with: Anish…


Modular Forms in Paper by Richard Sweeney

April 29, 2012

These are the elaborate paper sculptures of Richard Sweeney. All of his objects are part of an ongoing process of exploration. “This involves investigating the medium itself and the methods by which it can be manipulated….


Portrait Made With 750 Pairs of Socks

April 28, 2012

Red Hong made this cool portrait using 750 pairs of socks, held together with pins and bamboo sticks….


Lovely Ribbon Art!

April 3, 2012

View more of these lovely ribbon artworks at Ribbonesia Website….



March 7, 2012

Amsterdam-based Berndnaut Smilde creates cloud creations with a combination of smoke, moisture, and dramatic lighting. Absolutely stunning, thinks the cloud-obsessed me….


Hublot Sledge Limited Edition

March 7, 2012

After the Hublot skis, the All Black Hublot bike and now the Hublot sleigh, Hublot continues it´s route in combining various jewels in technology and design. True to the “Art of fusion” so dear to the brand philosophy, the Hublot Sledge is very hi-tech, combining ash wood for the structure,…


Tribute Vespa Limited Edition by Digital Veneer

February 29, 2012

The limited edition “Tribute” Vespa designed by Digital Veneer, was inspired by the iconic 1960’s Italian mahogany speedboats. The stylish scooter is transformed by craftsmen into an authentic and unique work of art. It features design elements from the legendary speedboats, Mahogany mirror finish and a hand stitched leather seat….


Contemporary Globes by Atmosphere Newworld

February 24, 2012

Great collection of stylish and contemporary globes by Atmosphere Newworld. The globes are created for the ultimate viewing experience, the maps are designed individually and the globes are manufactured to perfection. A great addition for every home, cool decoration piece and essential for education….


Shattered Disc Art

February 21, 2012

With shattered bits of old CDs, Sean Avery creates sculptural animals…



February 7, 2012

Japanese artist Haroshi creates three-dimensional sculptures out of used wooden skateboard decks. An avid skateboarder, he began collecting broken skateboard parts in hopes of making them into art. Over the years he has developed a technique where he carves stacks of old skateboard decks and cuts them into wooden mosaics….

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