Pendleton and leather bags from the Pacific Northwest.
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Arc of a Diver
El grafitero francés Zoer CSX se ha pasado al pincel y está creando verdaderas maravillas sobre lienzo.
By OS ∆ OOS. Three fluorescent lights built around a cell structure creating flexible connections, allowing for a different definition of precision. Water jet cut pieces ensure exact shapes but connections with the glass tubes can be free formed.
¿Puede ser algo grotesco a la vez que simpático? Puede. Y encima técnicamente impecable. Así es el arte de Alfred Steiner y sus espectaculares acuarelas. ¿Jugamos a adivinar los famosos personajes que Steiner retrata muy a su manera?
In a small suburb north of New York City we met Thomas Doyle, a sculptor whose miniature works reveal an interesting view of his characters’ lives. Doyle constructs frozen scenes of surreal domesticity and suburban life that provoke nostalgia and warmth—until one takes a closer look. Maybe the idyllic image of the American family is not as cozy as it seems.
You may not have heard of Jonathan Hoefler or Tobias Frere-Jones but you’ve seen their work. Before their recent split they ran the most successful and well respected type design studio in the world, creating fonts used by everyone from the Wall Street Journal to the President of the United States.
Font Men, gives a peek behind the curtain into the world of Jonathan and Tobias. Tracking the history of their personal trajectories, sharing the forces that brought them together and giving an exclusive look at the successful empire they built together.
El genial Tumblr de Bianca Luini, Where I See Fashion, donde empareja fotos de moda con otras fotos que tengan algún parecido.
Los geniales personajes multi ojos del ilustrador y animador taiwanés Liu Yen-Chen.
Traditional craft and technology combine to conquer the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week.
Un tapiz de 10 metros hecho a punto de cruz representando toda la saga de Star Wars, del episodio 1 al 6. Internet no dejará de sorprendernos nunca.
As a deeper appreciation and understanding of craftsmanship continues to permeate our culture, it becomes more and more challenging as a consumer to identify value—something that is now more often about personal appeal, rather than price. When holding a handmade item, we relate to the energy, creativity and effort that went into making it, all three of which are evident in the work of ceramicist Helen Levi.
This corrugated paper cabin designed by architect Mattias Lind is printed to resemble black marble on one side of the folds and white marble on the other so it looks different from either.
La obsesión de los pintores hiperrealistas con la gente en remojo, es totalmente entendible cuando ves el nivel de pinturas al que llegan artistas como Linnea Strid.