Moving Mountains

Moving Mountains is a studio rooted in industrial design practices interested in moving beyond its boundaries to the convergence of design, art and fashion. The studio strives to create a diverse range of domestically made products that exude a refined sense of simplicity and artful functionality able to withstand the test of time.


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

All furniture pieces are handcrafted of solid wood and built to last for a long time. Occasionaly the studio may have stock of an item but they are usually made to order so please contact the studio for lead time and delivery quote. If you require a special size and/or finish of an existing item or are interested in a custom furniture piece, the studio would be happy to discuss your needs.

The name Moving Mountains is both an allusion and tribute to the Hawaiian archipelago and its imperceptible movement northwestward. In fact, all mountains are moving on this Earth but the Hawaiian Islands are possibly the most explicit example of this geological phenomena. Though born and raised in Hawaii, Syrette Lew managed to find her way to yet another island 5000 miles away named and recognized for its “length”. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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Monica Esquivel

Los geniales (¿y comestibles?) patrones diseñados e ilustrados por Monica Esquivel.

Jin Nü

Los enigmáticos y solitarios personajes esculpidos por la artista Jin Nü.

WELCOME HOME . Plastic Murs

Today 27th of March is the opening of the group show Welcome Home with the artists Aitch, Amandine Urruty, Duma, Gabi de la Merced, Ivana Flores, Mercedes de Bellard, Saddo, Sara Sanz, Twee Muizen and Vero Navarro.

Wald Plug Lamp

La preciosa lámpara minimalista creada por el estudio de diseño de Los Angeles, Feltmark.

simulacra

A amazing simulacra of nature by Theo Tagholm.

The Reinvention Of Normal

“Go straight off the wall” said his dad and Dominic does just that. The film follows Dominic Wilcox, an artist/inventor/designer, on his quest for new ideas….Transforming the mundane and ordinary into something surprising, wondrous and strangely thought provoking.

Star Wars by Russell Walks

Russell Walks hace sus propias portadas de libros y pósters de Star Wars imitando un montón de estilos distintos. Versiona desde las típicas novelas románticas y se atreve con el característico estilo de los carteles hechos por Saúl Bass.

Michael Tunk

Los collages de Michael Tunk y sus cowboys invisibles.

gbg-8

Game boy + arduino + camera + thermal printer = 8-bit instant photo gun by ::vtol::

The Bucket Board

Once there was trash, now there are skateboards. Shot and directed by Mac Premo.

Earl Sweatshirt . Grief

Hiro Murai se está destacando ya desde hace un tiempo como uno de los mejores directores para vídeos musicales de la escena actual. Esta vez ha usado una cámara térmica pasada a b/n para conseguir este bestial resultado.

Traffic Signs & Jake The Rapper . Cookie Jar

Genial locura de videoclip dirigido por Ben&Julia.

David Lyle

La divertida y cínica obra del artista David Lyle.

Jennifer Townley

Mechanical art sculptures by artist Jennifer Townley.

Éi Kaneko

La obra fragmentada y en blanco y negro del artista japonés Éi Kaneko.

Hypnopompic

Under the inspirational influence of surrealism and classical Raphaelite painting, Hypnopompic reflects on the delicacy of the female figure in synergy with nature, as an ode to the ephemeral beauty and fragility of human beings. The portraits have been made by the artist Rocio Montoya and intervened with the technique of handmade collage, using symbolic elements extracted from old botanical illustrations  and various print magazines.

Ryan Salge

Los increíblemente detallados dibujos con grafito de Ryan Salge.

reflexió by Ramon Carreté

Experimental typographic project that combines the reflection on a mirror with paper letters cut by one of its axes. It results in modular compositions that once photographed suggest 3D images.

Joanna Concejo

Un bonito mundo lleno de fantasía y delicadeza es lo que transmiten las ilustraciones de Joanna Concejo.

Matt Hansel

Algunos cuadros del artista americano Matt Hansel tienen el efecto del Photo Booth (mirror flip) y otros son paredes llenas de cuadros que parecen fotografías de lo bien hechos que están.

Captives #B04 by Quayola

Los chicos de Quayola versionan y modernizan con la ayuda de un robot las esculturas inacabadas (non finito) de Miguel Ángel.

Oli-Bird by Nikolo Kerimov

Un nido para pájaros muy muy estilosos.

Michael Beitz

El escultor Michael Beitz crea nudos y curvas imposibles a partir de unas simples mesas.

SHYLIGHT by Studio DRIFT

A DRIFT project by Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta. SHYLIGHTS are lights living in a shell. When the sun shines, or the music plays, they open up, float down in the air and dance. The lights are based on natural processes of flowers attracting and rejecting bees.

The Leviathan

Ruairi Robinson ha creado esta maravilla. Y pensar que es un teaser me pone los pelos aun más de punta. Las ganas de ver la película entera no son ni medio normales.

Giacomo Carmagnola

Giacomo Carmagnola modifica y distorsiona digitalmente fotografías y consigue estos geniales e impactantes efectos.

Blok Knives . Leather Case

A beautiful collaboration between Blok Knives and George Walker.

Markus Schinwald

Markus Schinwald se dedica a modificar pinturas y grabados antiguos sumándoles máscaras, vendas y todo tipo de artefactos metálicos que parecen joyas ortopédicas que le dan un toque genial e inquietante a la obra.

MAVIS by Fieldwork

A print making, internet connected, musical keyboard to encourage hands-on play and teamwork. MAVIS, the Musically Articulated Visual Illustration System.

Lorenzo Loreprod Anzini

Los originales tatuajes de Lorenzo Loreprod Anzini.