The Power of Photo Manipulation : Jean Charles Debroize

Just discoverd this artist/ art director, Jean Charles Debroize, from Rennes, France who works at Studio Kerozen. Love the levels of photo manipulation and the storytelling within those pictures. Debroize also got noticed with his kind of 'weird' own 'human' typography, a project in which he 'transformed members of his campaign team into letter people. Not the cute cuddly kind from Sesame Street, but rather deformed little creatures that might haunt your dreams, but there is something endearing about these weird little letters with skin, eyes, and hair.'
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'Otherworldly Scenarios' by 'The Very Many' and Japanese Artist Yayoi Kusama

Yes, I've been 'away' for a while but I'm back and here's one of the first few 'fun and interesting' things I've seen the last few days. "To step inside a creation by The Very Many is to briefly cross over into an alien world. The New York City-based studio, led by French artist-architect Marc Fornes, makes installations and environments that can feel both functional and purely aesthetic. The studio says its specialization is “computational design and digital fabrication,” though the results can feel organic in nature." Read more here.

Sonic Light Bubbles & City Marketing

I like these 'bubbles of light'...great concept for a design & technology conference / city marketing. Something like this would work very well when you want to draw attention to certain parts of your city, like the Arena in Amsterdam. These examples were used in Australia. "The Sonic Light Bubble, an inflatable installation created by Melbourne-based, award-winning art and design practice ENESS. Containing over 200 LED lights and towering at 4.5 metres high, the bubble responds to human touch with mesmerising visuals and sounds." See more here.

Spanish Argentinian Artist Felipe Pantone Amazing Kinetic Art

Just 'discovered' this artist, love his work which is filled with 'visual distortion'. "Felipe Pantone’s body of work spans from graffiti to kinetic art. Strong contrasts, vivid colors, effects, and the use of mixed medium and varied technique combine to impact strongly on the viewer. What really intrigues is not the striking nature of his work, but the artist’s journey to discover this aesthetic. We live in a time where more images are produced than can possibly be seen, and the impetus for an artist to stand out from the others is stronger than ever. Information flows at an exponentially increasing rate, a leitmotif recurrent in Felipe Pantone’s compositions, his hyperactivity, working methods and his constant traveling around the world." Read more here.

Balloon Invasions & Paris based Photographer Charles Petillon

So, I haven't written in a while, but I did see lots of things that drew my attention. I loved this visual for instance which shows work by work by Charles Petillon. "Oui, oui, a thousand times oui! These balloon-filled interventions are the work of Paris based photographer Charles Pétillon. These perfect white balloons, bubbling out of basketball hoops and old houses are all part of this beautiful series, titled “Invasions”:
“These balloon invasions are metaphors. Their goal is to change the way in which we see the things we live alongside each day without really noticing them. It is our way of looking at things that I am trying to transform and revive, and therefore make it possible to go beyond practical perception to aesthetic experience: a visual emotion. Each balloon has its own dimensions and yet is part of a giant but fragile composition. This fragility is represented by contrasting materials and also the whiteness of the balloons.”
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Inspiration of the Day Comes from: Sarah Boris's new book Le Théâtre Graphique

Oh I love this type of minimalism. Love these graphics! Sounds like her project did really well. "This book project began life as an exhibition in a theatre - could you tell us about that first chapter?From May to June 2015, I was invited to exhibit at the graphic design festival Une Saison Graphique in Le Havre, France. The particularity of the festival is that around six graphic design studios (in the past from France, UK, Switzerland, Holland, Korea etc.) are invited to exhibit in different spaces of the city. Each designer is given quite lot of freedom as to how they wish to present designs within the exhibition space and works closely with the venue hosting the exhibition..." Read more here.

Self Driving Pods ~ It's a THING Now!

It's in the newspapers, so it's a 'thing' now and I kind of like it. It is so funny that this source I am going to quote does not mention it's a Dutch company, based here in Utrecht, that cooperated with the Italian company Zagato while working on the realisation of these cute pods. "By 2017, citizens in Singapore will be able to commute by way of autonomous pods. Created in collaboration between driverless vehicle manufacturer 2getthere and the Singaporean transportation operator SMRT, the electric commuter cars will help transport up to 8,000 people per hour in one direction. There are 24 pods set to begin operation by the end of the year. Head to Mashable to watch them in action." Here's a link to the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant where you'll find more info about 2getthere.

Office Office Office ~ I Need Nobuhiro Nakanishi Art in my Office ;-)!

Oh this is SO something I just NEED in my officespace. I am such a 'tree girl', can't live without the trees so to speak...and feel. So this one would do me just fine. Quoting from a Dutch source: "The remarkable artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi specialized in a broad range of media and techniques, he keeps exploring materials. For this series Nobuhiro Nakanishi made photos of woods and clouds during a long period in time which he later on pressed into acrylic pannels. The pannels were placed in chronological order next to each other, creating this unique installation". You can find more info here!

Insane! Yes Insanely Interesting Sculptures by dan lam

Crazy about these! "artist dan lam has formed a series of vibrant, free-standing ‘drippy sculptures’ that resemble exotic organic matter seemingly sourced from another planet. placed on shelves or mounted on walls, the neon-hued artworks form elongated, stretched shapes that ooze off the edges of these surfaces. the sculptural blobs are covered in skin of hard spikes — gradating in color and size — that wrap around the curvaceous anatomy of each object.
from her studio in dallas, lam begins by sculpting polyurethane foam on top of a metal framework. these first compositions are informed by motifs and geometries found throughout the human body, flesh, foods and nature. while lam begins with a loose idea of the sculpture’s physical structure, the unpredictable nature of the foam generates unexpected outcomes guided by gravity, causing the material to form drippy deposits as it settles. the artist then adds many layers of acrylic paint and occasionally resin, depending on the desired finish — matte or gloss."

Colours, colours, colours & Stripes by Artist maser

Oh love this! These kind of visuals always do well in city marketing, I remember this concept was used in Paris. "artist maser — originally from dublin, and now based in the USA — began painting graffiti on the streets of ireland in 1995, eventually going on to establish himself as one the country’s leading creatives working in the urban realm. while his early work was strongly in influenced by typography and sign painting, maser’s unique style gradually progressed towards graphic representation and geometric abstraction, emphasizing the simplicity of form. his work can be seen on walls and doorways across the world, including austria, belgium, france, slovenia, spain and the UK. most recently, maser has explored new mediums, extending his work from walls to canvases, video and large scale installations. From april 8, 2016 to may 5, 2016, lazarides rathbone presents an exhibition of the artist’s new works titled ‘orbiting on the periphery’. ahead of the opening, we spoke with maser about his background and upbringing, artistic influences, and the current fascinations feeding into his creative work." Read more here.

When Blogger Mom Jessica Shyba Captures Beautiful Moments between Child and Dog

Oh oh oh oh her photographs are so supersweet, you almost simply cannot have missed any of her pictures because her visuals have gone viral through a lot of  social media channels. I'm a sucker for images like these too, not afraid to admit it. Her name is Jessica Shyba and apparently she wrote a book too.."Author of Momma's Gone City and popular internet sensation Theo & Beau, Jessica Shyba has been blogging since 2009. The original intent was to simply stay in touch with friends as the family embarked in a cross-country move from California to New York City, a move prompted by her husband attending dental school at NYU. The family has since returned to California and grown to include 4 children; Jack, Zoe, Beau, and very recently, Evangeline -- as well as a cat named Charlie and a puppy named Theo. The budding friendship between the baby Beau & puppy Theo catapulted Jessica's blog & Instagram into international fame when she started documenting their daily side-by-side naps. Along with that fame, came opportunities for sponsorships on Momma's Gone City, and a book deal which allowed Jessica to showcase her writing & photography." see..what blogging can lead to ;-). Here's her website. Like her levels of marketing her ideas!

Dutch Artist's Ingrid Siliakus Paper Architecture

Nice! "Specializing in the Japanese art form of paper architecture, Amsterdam-based artist Ingrid Siliakus creates incredibly detailed architectural masterpieces from single pieces of paper. In order to achieve a final result with the complexity and beauty that she intends, Siliakus may produce anywhere from 20 to over 30 prototypes: “Paper architecture does not bare haste, it is its enemy,” she says. “One moment of loss of concentration can lead to failure of a piece.” Read more here.

Most Amazing Abstract Paintings by Amsterdam Based Artist Daan Roukens

Been following this artist for a while, his paintings are just amazing. Look at this one. I've seen his work in real life and it really caught my eye. Here's a little info about Daan: "Daan Roukens is a Dutch visual artist, who is best known for his abstract designs in vibrant colors and patterns. Working across multiple mediums, such as painting, wall painting and design, he challenges the viewer to experience abstraction in the relationship of form, color and composition. In his obsessive search for the ultimate balance and its contrasts, he continuously pursues to find tension between the repetitive and the asymmetrical. Each artwork is created manually and is a dynamic process from sketch to result. By painting layer upon layer and intuitively adjusting the patterns, colors and shapes, each work evolves expressionistic and differs due to endless possible variations of compositions. As a professional artist, Roukens exhibited on several group- and solo shows at Walls Gallery, Public_, KunstRAI and the Affordable Art Fair. His work varies from private projects to commissions for brands such as Teva, Buutvrij and Lomography and has been featured in multiple online- and offline media like SuperFuture, Analøg and Eigen Huis & Interieur." Here's his webpage.

London's First Chinese Magical Lantern Festival Looks Amazing

Oh my, these lanterns are stunning! "Over the last few weeks, London has been playing host to its first ever Chinese lantern festival, the Magical Lantern Festival, featuring 52 giant tableux handmade by specialists in China and shipped over to the UK. The lanterns, ranging from animals and mushrooms, lotus flowers, plants, chariots, and a dragon that's over 200' long, are spread out over 65 acres of gardens at Chiswick House. The entire collection took around three years to complete. Each lantern is cut by hand from silk, attached to metal frames, and then the lights are placed inside. Around 60,000 LEDs are used in the entirety of these installations." More amazing visuals here.

Inspiration of the Day ~ WinterWolf Studios Fine Art Photography

All week I am in want of inspiration, it is hard to sense inspiration when you're 'under the weather' like I have been since Saturday, but these photographs by Winter Kelly keep telling these interesting 'tales'. "Winter Kelly is the owner of WinterWolf Studios, a fine-art photography company based out of Cincinnati and Dayton, OH. Formed in 2005, WinterWolf is known for creating fantastical images that provide glimpses of unusual beauty amidst colorful fairytale worlds.While Winter is most acclaimed for her creative female portraiture, she is also available to hire for a wide range of photography work including baby photography, editorials, commercial work, senior portraits, and weddings. Examples of her work in these styles are available upon request." For her page browse here...for her social media.

Audrey Kawasaki & Her Art Nouveau X Manga Comics Style

I've been intruiged by her style for some time now, she creates the most beautiful art. She does everything: from art on wood panels to extremely large outside walls of buildings. Here's how she describes herself: "The themes in Audrey Kawasaki's work are contradictions within themselves. Her work is both innocent and erotic. Each subject is attractive yet disturbing. Audrey's precise technical style is at once influenced by both manga comics and Art Nouveau. Her sharp graphic imagery is combined with the natural grain of the wood panels she paints on, bringing an unexpected warmth to enigmatic subject matter. The figures she paints are seductive and contain an air of melancholy. They exist in their own sensually esoteric realm, yet at the same time present a sense of accessibility that draws the observer to them." Click to see her website.

About PES.....& The Finger-People ya, this is as 'mysterious' as it gets in the 'about section' of an's PES: "PES is the creator of some of the most widely viewed stop-motion films of all-time including KaBoom!, Game Over, Human Skateboard, Western Spaghetti, and Fresh Guacamole. On YouTube alone, his films have been viewed over 150 million times. PES's uncanny knack for transforming familiar objects through stop-motion animation has earned him global recognition and dozens of honors, including an Academy Award® nomination for Fresh Guacamole in 2013. (It is the shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar.)" What I noticed was one of the cute movieclips PES just added through social media. "Check out the latest film I shot - a live-action piece for Android featuring dozens of finger-people.." he wrote. Not really crazy about the music, but love the concept! PES his youtube channel is here. And if you want to see the movieclip from which I took the screenshot that I posted on this.

Russia & The Love for Modern Calligraphy

I like this one. The art of an example of modern appreciation towards calligraphy in Russia. I dare to say that here in Holland we could also use an exhibition like this. "Sasha Koggio presents "The Week of Modern Calligraphy". This project is aimed to introduce the art of calligraffiti to the public. It contents Sasha's personal exhibition, bunch of workshops, live performances, and skillshare project, where newbie calligraphers can gain experience from the skilled ones. Secondary goal is to create local calligraphy community." Location: Arhkangelsk, Russia.

Viel Spass with Studio Spass - Rotterdam's Coolest Graphic Design Agency

Ha! Looks awesome! Studio Spass created this installation for the opening of the Rotterdam Museum and their exhibition De Nieuwe Stad (The New City). About Studio Spass: "Studio Spass is a Rotterdam-based agency that works across print, branding, web and spatial design projects as well as animation and photography. Founded by Jaron Korvinus and Daan Mens in 2008, the studio combines a rigorous, considered and intelligent approach with a playful sensibility.They understand that powerful and effective visual communication needs both original ideas and faultless execution, and the team prides itself on its perfectionist eye for the little details as well as its innovative conceptual thinking. Jaron and Daan continue to oversee the studio’s output and have built a diverse team of specialists as well as a wider network of creatives on which they can draw. Studio Spass works closely with clients and believes in genuine collaboration to develop the best visual solutions possible but that doesn’t mean slavishly following a brief – rather they like to challenge their clients and make sure their designs are answering the right questions." For those who don't know: spass is German for 'fun'...viel spass = a lot of fun.

Ceramic Artist Johnson Tsang - Surrealism vs. Absurdism

"Born in Hong Kong, Johnson Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination. In 2002, Johnson started to represent versatile splashes with ceramics. He created the Yuanyang series, which were then collected by the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Yingge Ceramics Museum of Taiwan. During the past decade, Johnson has developed his techniques in capturing the instantaneous moment of splashes with white porcelain. In 2011 and 2012, Tsang’s works, “Bowls of Fantasy” and “Splash of Wonder”, were awarded the Special Prize of Korea Gyeonggi International Ceramix Biennale 2011 International Competition and Grand Prize of 2012 Taiwan International Ceramics Biennale respectively. Johnson is the first Chinese artist who has received both of these two prestigious international ceramics awards." I think I wrote about this artist a couple of months ago, nice to see he's gaining more and more attention within the world of social media. I see that he labels his work as surrealism, though I can also view this work in the realm of absurdism, both 'ísms' seem to have a similar kind of sense for freedom I would say....they kind of are like twins really, the non-identical but very similar kind.This visual here is stunning right? What's interesting as well, is the name Johnson Tsang. From what I have been hearing from my friends in Asia is that it seems that a lot of students and professionals pick a 'western name' and replace it with their, what we call 'christian name', so our first names which is followed by our family name. I know that in some countries like China and Taiwan people place their family name first and then their given name.

Landscape Visions by Anastasia Savinova & A Favorite Day

You have those days...where you go looking for visuals/items that really do something with your creative mind and then nothing seems to come to you and you are feeling like you are totally open in receiving. Then there are those days you haven't even started looking and then one thing after another hits you in that good way so to speak. Today I've been having that favorite day where everything easily impresses you and you constantly keep having 'great talks' with the people that you're meeting that day. So here's just one of those 'little wonderful' things that visited me today. This was made by Anastasia Savinova. I really like it, I like this sense of 're-modelling' one might say...and I just love ships so this visual works for me. "Artist Anastasia Savinova documents sociogeographic moments in her collages. As she explored cities across Europe with her camera in hand, Savinova documented the living quarters specific to each city that she found herself in, later fragmenting and layering the photographs to create a collage that captured the Genius Loci of the city. As a result, each patchwork represents a whole whose sum is greater than its parts." Nice right? More here.

Miniature Photo Project by Japanese Art Director Tatsuya Tanaka’s

Haha,  I just saw a couple of interesting pictures by Tatsuya Tanaka’s (a Japanese Art Director). Decided to select this one, just love the simplicity of it!Tanaka gave his project the title: Miniature Calender and it is wonderful! This is what the artist wrote in the about section of the website: "Everyone must have had similar thoughts at least once. Broccoli and parsley might sometimes look like a forest, or the tree leaves floating on the surface of the water might sometimes look like little boats. Everyday occurrences seen from a pygmy’s perspective can bring us lots of fun thoughts.
I wanted to take this way of thinking and express it through photographs, so I started to put together a “MINIATURE CALENDAR” These photographs primarily depict diorama-style figures surrounded by daily necessaries. Just like a standard daily calendar, the photos are updated daily on my website and SNS page, earning it the name of “MINIATURE CALENDAR”.

Virtual Landscapes & 3D Projection by Turkish Artist Refik Anadol

These are wonderful!  Displayed in Istanbul, Turkey. The combination of artistic vision and 3D technology is amazing. "[a] 12-minute installation by artist Refik Anadol utilizing 3-dimensional projection mapping to form a continually transitioning virtual landscape. The Infinity Room – part of Artnivo’s ‘40 Meters 4 Walls 8 Cubes‘ exhibition in collaboration with Istanbul Biennial at Zorlu Performing Art Center – the installation attempts to merge across the threshold “between the simulacrum space created by the projection technology, and the physical space where the viewer stands. The results are a near boundless experimentation of perception of place and self, an artistic parallel to more consumer-aimed technologies like Oculus and Microsoft’s RoomAlive system looming on the VR horizon." You can browse through more pictures and videos here.

Dutch Illustration Duo LouLou & Tummie Make the Cutest Things

I just love them. "LouLou & Tummie is a Dutch illustration duo that spend their days building an ever expanding empire of colourful graphics and characters on paper, walls, interiours, on tv or in the form of toys and plush." They just finished a bubblegum stickers project, suits their skills so perfectly. Also love their papertoys project. They have a very cute website. Their location: Tilburg. Couldn't find any more written details about the duo but their pages have plenty of visuals. Curious? Browse here.

Muxxi : A Wonderful Character Designer from Guatemala

You'll LOVE these designs. They are made by Muxxi : "Muxxi is an illustrator and artist from Guatemala city, she loves to create fantastic and colorful places filled with quirky creatures. Spontaneity, freedom and joy are always at the heart of her work." And on her website she writes : "Born and based in Guatamala City, Muxxi's unusual characters and creatures have given her a cult following around the world and global brands haven't bee immune to the charmes of her work either. Her quirky images speak of freedom and expressivenss and when she's creating an illo- or even imaginary world - her aim is to spread the joy to whoever sees it." I just adore her work. View her projects here.

Geninne's Art : Drawing Inspiration From the Natural World

Geninne's Art is one of those pages that I can always rely on when it comes to beautiful images inspired by nature. "Geninne is an artist living in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband Manolo, their two very creative boys & a cute border collie named Turbo. She was born in New York, but shortly after her parents began traveling around South America, where she lived in seven different countries and went to several English speaking schools. Her love for arts and crafts began at a very early age, her mom says she started drawing when she was two years old and it continued to be her favorite activity through her childhood and teenage years. By the time she decided what to study in college she was 100% sure it had to be in the visual arts. She studied architecture in Chile for a couple of years before graduating as a graphic artist in Mexico." She's multi-talented makes ceramics, cute stamps and creates fabric, makes beautiful paintings on stones, works with leather...all natural as you can say...and you can visit her blog at, I totally love her website, so Geninne.

The Most Amazing Designs by Portland's Fontana Studios


Oh my...when I saw these visuals I was instantly crazy about the designs! Also absolutely love their logo. Unfortunately they have not included a lot of info about their studio and the driving forces behind it. So external searches taught me that Blain Fontana is one of the artists that creates these amazing pieces. Are you looking for a little creative inspiration, then have a look at this guy's work, mesmerized by the style. This is why I love social media. Artists, companies and organisations are kind of encouraged to write more about themselves and their vision in social media pages, so when a website does not give you a lot of info, there are other sources. The Facebook page of Blaine Fontana says: "Blaine Fontana currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon. Imbuing his vision with the divine symbolism of religious myths, worldly folklore and current social dynamics, his works contain a kind of shamanic exploration of meaning that recognizes the totemic quality and power of the image. With extensive experience within the design world, including working as a designer for Felt Bicycles and acting art director for Zero+ Publishing, Fontana’s work displays a virtuosic understanding of sign & simulacra and their role within our contemporary visual culture. Straddling the physical and metaphysical, organic and architectural, painterly and graphic sensibilities, Fontana fuses multiple visual strategies to forge an aesthetic language entirely of his own making." The FB page also included that he works: "with his wife and creative partner"...and that "he currently runs Fontana Studios, a multi-media art and design studio in Portland, Oregon." Have a look at their website.

Young Animators & Their Process of Creation

Vera van Wolferen

Just watched these interviews, so beautiful. Inlcuded Dutch artist Vera van Wolferen. "Monocle recently sat down with three top-notch animators who eschew digital animation in favor of stop-motion and other manual techniques. Go behind-the-scenes with Vera van Wolferen, Lucie Sunkova (Czech Republic) and UK's Daisy Jacobs (previously) as they talk about their process and animation techniques." I've selected Vera's Youtube's clip 'How to Catch a Bird'. Vera writes: "How To Catch a Bird is a stop motion short based on a childhood memory. It's the graduation film I made for my masters in animation at AKV St. Joost Breda.When I was eight; my dad taught me how to fish. He told me to take the worm off the hook after fishing, but I had no idea why. After fishing I forgot about the worm and left it dangling on the hook. If I only knew then what the consequence of this action would be." You can view the other videos here, enjoy!

In the Spotlight : Dutch Visual Design Agency Vruchtvlees (Pulp)

Here an awesome example of one of the Dutch visual design and communication agencies I have been keeping my eye on lately. They've won a Red Dot Award for their designs of Das Magazin, as well as European design awards. Well known names like Anton Corbijn (photographer, director) and Charlotte Mutsaers (writer) work with them. Vruchtvlees was founded seven years ago. Their website is only in Dutch I'm afraid but the visuals will tell you the story. Vruchtvlees (pulp, flesh of the fruit) is located in The Hague and focuses on brand strategy, online strategy, concept, design, interaction and online as well as offline identities. I myself really like their work for the Dutch TV broadcaster VPRO. I'm also crazy about one of the Haruki Murakami bookcovers they've designed (which was nominated for the best bookcover design back in 2014). Other clients are: Heineken, Gispen, NRC Next, Nederlands Dans Theater, De Koninklijke Muntschouwburg, Amnesty International, Museumnacht Amsterdam, Universal Music, Oerol festival and Das Magazin. Have a look --> here for more details.

Klaus Pinter's Imagination of Space & Floating Installations

Wow, saw this a couple of days ago and look how amazing this looks. "Austrian artist Klaus Pinter explores the potential of the space around us with his fantastical floating installations. Usually suspended in mid air, his giant artworks are at once light, fluid, soft, and mechanical. They are also incredibly bizarre, created using a combination of different textures and inflatable materials like plastic and nylon. Many who see his works describe them as curious flying machines and angelic cocoons, speaking to the artist’s ability to alter our perceptions, even the way we see famous landmarks from the Pantheon in Rome to the Seine waterway in Paris. For his installation exhibited at the Pantheon in 2002, titled “Rebounds”, the artist rolled two huge spheres into the extravagant Ancient Roman building, where his work collided art with history and culture. One sphere was placed on the ground and another was mounted so that it appeared to float in the choir, where the reflection of the building appeared as distorted as an M.C. Escher drawing. This placement was a choice made by the artist in reference to philosopher Plato’s ideology, who speculated on the nature of the physical world and human beings. In his biography, Pinter shares that from the beginning of creating his first “pneumatic” structures, the inventor in him was inspired, if not assimilated, by the poet. And throughout his career he has carried on in this vein with consistency and rigor, in forms that are continually renewed." Nice right? More --> here. Oh, and have a great weekend!

Most Gorgeous Trees I've Seen - Hong Kong's Kinetic Installations

So our holidays are coming to an end (awww). Out of all the beautiful 'trees' I have seen during these days, this visual really caught my eye. Isn't it just gorgeous? "[m]otivated by the perception of hong kong being a groundless city lacking activated public space, local-based firm spatial practice has created ‘glowing trees’. the installation seeks to transform the oval atrium of the IFC mall by developing a collection of large trees that wish to catch the attention of potential users. the site’s position is a pivotal transport intersection and its mixed-use program is a point of reference for many who pass through it on a daily basis. the trees’ kinetic motion, as it moves up and down, allows for surprising effects as the pleated fabric comes to life. a spontaneous reaction is further supported by each of the tree’s playful materiality, striated color palette, and interior reflective, that lets users gaze and capture the moment." More --> here.