The Power of Colour

Black and white are the safe choices in the design world. The color of luxury is elegant and subdued. Yet, at the same time, even top-tier designers, artists and luxury brands have always used bright colors as well. It is not about either or. It is not black-and-white or color.

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Cryptik

Eastern philosophy, gods of Buddhist origin, faces of Gandhi, ornately decorated hands, varying versions of the elephant-headed deity Ganesha of the Hindu pantheon – these themes populate the work of street artist Cryptik out of Hawaii.

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3DOODLER

We already knew that 3D printers were gaining mass popularity over the past few years, but what about 3D printing pens? Well that’s exactly what we have here in the innovative 3Doodler.

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I Know That Feel, Bro

MALE POP CULTURE ICONS POUND IT FOR A BROMANTIC MEME “I Know That Feel, Bro” is a meme that’s been newly invigorated by depictions involving star-crossed characters from your favorite movies and shows. Men were once raised to believe that society preferred the strong, silent type; that they were to remain stoic at all times, keeping complex emotional anxieties simmering beneath the surface. Currently, however, with confessional, soul-baring music from the likes of Kanye West and Frank Ocean topping charts and movies like I Love You, Man becoming hits, the paradigm has shifted. It’s perfectly fine for dudes to express their fears […]

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3D Paintings by Shintaro Ohata

3D paintings by Japanese artist Shintaro Ohata has a fresh way of making paintings come alive by having painted sculptures in front of paintings, creating a pop-up collage-like visual effect. Born in Hiroshima, Ohata’s works tend to focus alot of the everyday life, and the everyday sight of urbanization. One of the coolest things about uncovering the work of global artists is witnessing genius as it happens. It’s a magical moment when you see something you’ve never seen done before, an inspired painting or composition that introduces you to the world in a new way, through a perspective or from an angle […]

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Useless Objects

British artist Jeremy Hutchison has collaborated with factory workers from different countries and created a series of dysfunctional luxury products.   Clever art project questions the purpose of high priced luxury items. Useless products will be sold under Erratum (error) fashion brand.  

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Recycled Can Sculptures

Japanese artist Makaon creates unique toys and sculptures out of recycled beverage cans. Aluminum beer and soft drink cans are transformed into one of a kind sculptures of cute animals and popular fictional characters.

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Book of Color

Creative book showcases all possible colors that the human eye can see. “RGB Colorspace Atlas” has 3,632 pages filled with beautiful colors. Different colors are formed using the mixture of Red, Green, and Blue. Unique book was created by Daniel E. Kelm and Tauba Auerbach.  

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Star Wars Fashion

He Wears It by John Woo – Star Wars Meets Fashion Hong Kong based designer and illustrator John Woo (not the “Face off” director) created a series of paintings featuring Star Wars characters dressed in some of our favorite labels. Above you see Boba Fett wearing Supreme and Visvim alongside Darth Vader in a full Band of Outsiders kit. A.P.C., Maison Martin Margiela, Thome Brown, Comme des Garcons and Viktor & Rolf are all also represented in the set. Simply amazing! After the great Star Wars Lego or The Star wars series by Cedric Delsaux, we would like to share with you the work of […]

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Rozart ™

eWaste Art using recycled electronic components including, processor, memory, motherboards mounted on oil painted recycled wood. The electronic components contain precious metals like, gold, palladium & silver. Rozart ™ by Rosemunde Humphry      

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