Amazing huh?
David de la Mano nos envía su último mural "Vórtice" realizado en Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Temari balls

oh this is fabulous!
A Huge Collection of Embroidered Temari Spheres by an 88-Year-Old Grandmother
Talk about patience... see a sample of nearly 500 amazing hand-stitched Temari spheres created by a dedicated 88-year-old grandmother who picked up the craft in her 60s!
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Jellyfish installation

Love this!
This installation makes us feel as if we're right in the sea, floating with the jellyfish:

Pet pillows

Immortalize your pet in pillow form! These amazing photo pillows can be custom silk-screened using an image of your choice — with Molly Gillon.


Amazing visual!!
Kristen McMenamy stars as a mermaid in Tim Walker’s "Far, Far From Land" fashion editorial for W’s Dec/Jan issue.

Beautiful photography

Lui è Gordon Parks, questa è la sua America. Il fotografo è in mostra a Roma a palazzo Incontro e noi vi proponiamo qualche suo scatto in esposizione


Oh I want this one!
Susanne Rottenbacher (VNY 2013 w/ TEAPOT) is featured in the recently opened group exhibition SCHEINWERFER: Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert (Spotlight: German Light Art in the 21st Century) at Kunstmuseum Celle, through 30 March 2014. It should be an illuminating view!


Calvin Seibert explora la iconografía clásica en los castillos de arena y un sinfín de diversión en la playa. Con sus castillos explora formas clásicas, el cubismo y el brutalismo.

Normal and Illusion!


"Dis(order) Furniture is a modular furniture system that's multifunctional, adaptable, and most of all, playful and quirky:"


Enough said!
''Rosie and 21 Men'' Solo Exhibition By Sølve Sundsbø At Shoot Gallery In Oslo, Norway.



just totally fascinating!

Where to begin with this....AMAZING is a start!!
Photography- Sanne Grasdijk, Hair-Judith Berghout,
Make Up-Jessica Scholten, Fashion Styling-Geke Hendrik

The Art of Portrait Photography

Not many come close to these kind of levels of portrait photography. Very inspiring. Just saw this at Colossal Art and Visual Culture: "Wonderland: A Fantastical Voyage of Remembrance Through Portrait Photography by Kirsty Mitchell. Part tribute, part conceptual photography, part exploration of costume and set design, Wonderland is an ongoing series of portraits by UK photographer Kirsty Mitchell. After the loss of her mother in 2008, Mitchell found herself in need of a creative outlet to grapple with the emptiness that often follows the death of a loved one. To fill the vacuum, Mitchell began to revisit fragments of fairy tales her mother would share with her as a child and decided to use them as a starting point for a series of elaborate portraits that would make use of her background in fashion design and costume making. The resulting images would form a storybook without words, a sort of visual narrative that people might project their own stories onto."

Winter is Coming!

by Kayama Matazo it!

Very nice! Domus Magazine: "A drawer unit with irregular forms: Galena, designed by Hagit Pincovici for Miniforms, is the result of a game of horizontal shifts generated by offsetting the drawers"

Killer Image!

Octophant by Alexis Diaz, London. With thanks to StreetArtBelgium. I'm also crazy about the subtle triangles in the back...!


Bird houses are always super!

Bird houses are Always and Always a super subject for design. Saw this one just now via DesignMilk...birdhouse wall hook...lovely!
"It only makes sense to have an adorable house-shaped wall hook for your house:"


...DesignBreak: "Oh my... A yummy pattern by Laura Redburn aka CARDBOARDCITIES. //"

Gallery cool

For you boys and girls out there with a (street art) gallery...this one will work in your environment..ssssuper!
French artist Tilt:


Her designs Always make me smile.....mmm....soft lines...Always superrrr niccccee!
Yatzer: "The Auditorium of The Heydar Aliyev Center By Zaha Hadid Architects In Baku, Azerbaijan."

The Inseperable Relationship between Architecture & Art

Read this in The Architizer, "The reach of architecture extends beyond the purely practical realm of zoning laws, building permits, and budgets. Architecture can also be an emotional experience, especially with phenomenology playing into the practice so naturally. The power over space can also be the power to twirl human psychology around its little finger."