From Leo Yiu, an award-winning stackable glass vase. Designer Yiu asks, what happens after flowers in a vase have withered? “I have tried to think of ways to fill an empty vase with uniqueness.”
seoul-based BCHO architects have finished the design of a split-level residential house on jeju island, korea. located on the southern slope of the volcanic island, ‘scissor house’ gets its name from the way it navigates and interacts with the steep site.
Andreas Franke’s exhibition contains twelve pictures showing every day scenes from past times. The stage of those scenes is the place the pictures are exhibited now, the Vandenberg.
Aled Lewis’s very funny collection of posters had already been floating on the blogosphere for a while now, but I jut couldn’t resist posting them all the same.
Mixed media artist Yovcho Gorchev creates mind-blowing images using that classic digital image format, the almighty GIF. In his series Breaking The Fifth Wall, Gorchev posits new theories of human perception, the diminishing value of physical space, and sensory experiments of a metaphysical nature.
Photos of children’s choir from North Korea. Diligence and discipline – it is certainly good, But this case is little scary for the children.
While 2011 proved to be a year of constant economic malaise occasionally punctuated by political upheaval and rebellion, it didn’t stop the more creative minds from producing some of the best street art the world has ever seen.