The Act Romegialli Architects designed this incredible camouflaged “Green Box” garage in the Raethian Alps. Within the Green Box you can find a cooking area, gardening space and common dining and socializing area. Materials have purposely been left rough and simple; galvanized steel for the kitchen, larch planks for flooring and big sliding doors, windows ..read more..
Ever wonder what Disney characters would look like if they were modern day college students? Illustrator and Rubén B. Caballero re-styled some of his favorite Disney characters as college students. Aside from putting them in modern clothes, he assigned them to various clubs and sports that would go along with their character. Aladdin loves breakdancing ..read more..
Designed by Sophie de Oliveira Barata, these bespoke alternative limbs celebrate the wearer’s disability rather than trying to hide it, evidence, perhaps, of a long-awaited shift in broader cultural and media attitudes. Sophie, who studied special effects prosthetics at London Arts University, set up her own studio after eight years working for one of the ..read more..
Finding apartment furniture can be a challenge and in a world where “one-of-a-kind” products are becoming scarce, the Williamsburg based furniture design company “Recycled Brooklyn” draws attention to the value and uniqueness of recycling, reusing and bringing back the handmade object. Recycled Brooklyn likes to “make stuff out of other stuff,” using reclaimed wood, recycled ..read more..
When it comes to fan art in recent culture, creating alternative changes to famous characters is a huge trend. One of the important ones? Hipsters. The series of portraits by Sam Milham depicts Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Bowser re-imagined as 100% human hipsters. Milham humorously captures a side of them that includes everything from suspenders, ..read more..
Fear Expanded, by artists Ryan Everson and Jason Garcia, the idea of fear seems to vanish into a soothing and peaceful landscape. At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors ..read more..
A recap after a month’s publishing, we’d like to share with you our favorite posts, check them out below! The brand we remember as one of the most inexpensive cars you can buy has pretty much flipped their script with an unexpected high end collaboration: Hermes and Hyundai take sporty and luxurious to whole other ..read more..
French photographer and graphic artist Romain Jacquet-Lagreze created the “Vertical Horizon of Hong Kong” collection as a visual exploration of Hong Kong and it’s rapid growth towards the sky. Using a unique perspective, Jacquet-Lagreze presents the ever-growing city in a repetitively graphic expression of its architecture. By eliminating people from his images, Jacquet-Lagreze has taken away the human qualities that normally ..read more..