Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

Meat lover? Butcher store owner? (Do they even have butcher shops anymore?) Or do you just love the taste of meat and want to flaunt it on your business card, here’s your chance with Meat Cards. Your contact info is text etched onto the surface of one slab of American made beef jerky in the shape [...]

The wooden figure Mr. Cube, designed by Héctor Serrano, has a common central body with interchangeable arms, legs and head, which can be arranged to create an infinite amount of combinations thanks to it’s internal magnets. Once your finished playing, it is easy to store, as all the parts fit together forming a perfect cube. Mr. [...]

Tired of boring flat plates? Want to add some “structure” to your meals? The ceramic Topography Plate, designed by Kyouei Design, is for you. With a little imagination, soups become a lake, and salad greens becomes foliage. Visit Kyouei Design to see more photos.

Lena Bergström designs crystal glass bowls, chandeliers, vases, wine goblets, mugs, and candlestick holders, that are aesthetically pleasing and gorgeous.

Using only a scalpel Richard Galpin intricately scores and peels away the emulsion from the surface of his own photographs to produce a radical revision of the urban form. Here are some samples… Playing between abstraction and representation, the works draw their visual language from a variety of early 20th century movements such as Constructivism, and Vorticism…

Make a statement, literally, with these Oscar Wilde carved artboards by Frank & Fearless. ‘When People Agree With Me I Always Feel That I Must Be Wrong’ and ‘We Are All In the Gutter But Some of Us are Looking At The Stars’. They are made with deep routed plywood, with black paint infill. Bold and [...]

Ever wonder who designs the jacket covers for the Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse series? We’ll tell you. Her name is Lisa Desimini. Lisa Desimini graduating from School of Visual Arts in 1986 and went on to both write and  illustrate over 30 children books, and is a winner of the New York Times Best Illustrated [...]


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