Talk about the ultimate in recycled furniture. No, you eyes do not deceive you. It’s an old school-style couch made from a refrigerator. Aptly named FridgeCouch offers these alternative seating accouterments for your home.
This beauty is FridgeCouch 352e Frost Clear.
Need a new desk? Serious about writing and have $100,000 to spare? Check out this incredible architectural writing desk which pays homage to one of Monaco’s most notable and legendary landmarks, the Monte Carlo Casino. Made by the Viscount David Linley, a bespoke cabinetmaker who’s a nephew of the Queen of England created this gem piece of furniture which showcases the famed Beaux Arts landmark.
The desk is constructed in American walnut with inlays of Santos rosewood and sycamore and the surface of the desk is covered in dark red leather.
The Hole is excited to announce their fourth exhibition at the 104 Greene Street Gallery: Hot Glue Hullabaloo, a collaboration between downtown art legend Kenny Scharf and Virgina Beach art collective Dearraindrop. Coming together to make paintings, sculpture and a mini blacklight disco, these artists will present a fantastic array of new work and a hot mess of glue gunning action. The exhibit opens Thursday, October 28, 6-9PM.
Kenny Scharf was born in Los Angeles and came to prominence in the 80s interdisciplinary art scene making sparkly, pop-ed and monstrous paintings and installations.
Daily Design Inspiration is a dose of eye candy to highlight artworks we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. Red is hot, it gives punch to any design in which it is utilized. It commands attention, it adds mood. Today’s Daily Design Inspiration we highlight Red Music Poster Prints.
Last month we told you about Improv Everywhere’s Mp3 Experiment Seven in New York City, which took place on Saturday, October 2, 2010. Well, bonus footage of the event has been released. Check it out.
MP3 Experiment Seven
Currently on show at the Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas is Garland Fielder: Modulations, an exhibition of recent paintings and sculpture.
Garland Fielder’s work is meticulously crafted invoking a minimalist tradition. Keeping the palette to a minimum of elements and colors, his methodology is elegant and refined. His art explores mathematical and geometric principles and is primarily concerned with the optical decision making process.
Commissioned by NY GO, Anthony Burrill‘s panache for punch in graphics delivers eye-popping art for these I Love New York poster pieces.