Impressive Paper Art
1 - Paper Art par Cheong-ah Hwang
2 - Sculptures animales en papier par Calvin Nicholls
3 - Papier coupé par Hina Aoyama
4 - Paper art complexe par Bovey Leey
5 - Tapisseries en papier par Tomoko Shioyasu
6 - Street art en origami par Mademoiselle Maurice
7 - Paysage en papier par Eiko Ojala
8 - Handcut Paper Art par Lisa Rodden
9 - Slivoïde en papier par Yulia Brodskaya
10 - Origami par Nguyen Hung Cuong
Black is good
images by Romain Ricard.
Some people might feel a dark color palette can make a room look gloomy and smaller, this French home makes a good case for the opposite. The secret is in mixing different shades of gray and black to create dimension and interest in every room. In this particular abode, the use of white, cream and wood accents add the right amount of light to complement the stunning dark hues.
Portrait of Animals /// 2013
Photographer : Lucas Holas
Lukas Holas is a photographer and graphic designer from Frydlant, Czech Republic.
In a series he expresses his love of animals with a collection of breathtaking black and white portraits.
The lighting and detail in each photo is wonderful, bringing out each animal’s individuality.
Fresque réalisée par A&M, et produite par les Habilleurs, pour le Printemps Homme.
Designed by A&M / Laurent Livet pour la fabrication des volumes / Ivan Le Gall pour la mise en 3D.
Malena /// 2013
Designed by Zoran Jedrejcic
Simple seating: Malena by Zoran Jedrejcic is a clean-lined, solid wood chair, with easily removed cushion, intended to be comfortably well-used and accepted into the family, affectionately named in Croatian, “Little Darling.”
vailable in oak, walnut, elm, maple, pear and cherry, and a variety of finishes, with fabric or leather cushion in a wide range of colors. Designed for Artisan, a high quality, handcrafted furniture maker, building on the 50 years of experience of the Ćostović woodworks in Croatia.
Buildings made of Sky /// 2009
Photographer : Peter Wegner
The Buildings Made Of Sky series show a new dimension of New York : a town within a town. It reveals a sky architecture with skyscrapers made of clouds and sunsets’ colors.
Less is more
Photographer : Zoltan Bekefy
Less is more, it a beautiful collection of photographs by the Irish artist Zoltan Bekefy. Shots in black & white perfectly executed, playing with contrasts, and bringing a touch of mystery to the images.
Eclectic loft /// Toronto, Canada
Combining several different select decor pieces and assorted artwork is quickly becoming one of the hottest design trends of 2014. The idea is not just to create an inimitable and distinct home, but also one that reflects the personality and the taste of its owner. This approach also allows you to blend a variety of design styles with effortless ease as you look for that immaculate, yet eclectic ambiance. Conjured up and brought to life by designer Jayanti Lal and stylist Stephane Chamard, it neatly integrates contemporary furniture and accessories with an open, industrial backdrop. Exposed brick walls meet beautifully plastered contemporary surfaces and glittering marble tiles as the loft welcomes you with inviting warmth. Clean and well defined lines still dominate the space as the crisp, modern style is unmistakable.
T-series Lamp /// 2013
Designed by James Burgess
Edited by Bolia
The T-light series consists of a collection of table and pendant lamps with an almost industrial feel. Inspired by the iconic T shape, this design combines bold lines with subtle curves and contrasting materials.
A dense, solid concrete base forms the focal point which then flows seamlessly into the finaly wired lamp diffuser.