Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2014 Budding designers shine with bright colors, smart materials and folklore inspired themes

Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2014

Would take a very sharp chisel and a lot of patience. Beautiful look, though. Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2014 Budding designers shine with bright colors, smart materials and folklore inspired themes

moss graffiti grows on walls by anna garforth #natural #typography

this plant typography would be such a cool idea inside or outside! - - - - -Cool idea to do in the garden but with fake moss. "moss graffiti grows on walls by anna gar forth"

Paper!

Grade level makes a mountain range - give several small squares to each student and ask them to cut them into two pieces, retaining at least one flat side and its corners. Then collect all the papers and organize them by height and stick them together.

Moss Recipe by re-nest,  promote moss growth on stone, brick and the like:   Mix up a batch of 12 oz. beer, 1/2 teaspoon of sugar and a couple of clumps of moss. Paint this mixture thickly on any damp shady surface you'd like to be moss covered and the moss will slowly grow and spread.

Nguyen La Chanh designed this live moss bath mat so you can get in touch with nature after you shower. The moisture that seeps into the mat nourishes the moss. No more damp, smelly bathroom mats to contend with, once.

paper art

Using a pair of scissors, Karen Bit Vejle has beautifully cut sheets of paper to mimic Persian carpets and doilies. Her work has been displayed in numerous galleries and museums in Scandinavia and United States. Photos © Karen Bit Vejle Via Skumar.

Innovative Textiles Design for fashion - monochromatic yarns & 3D textures - fabric manipulation & surface creation // Minki Cheng

Interesting technique - Innovative Textiles Design for fashion - monochromatic yarns & textures - fabric manipulation & surface creation // Minki Cheng

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Tokujin Yoshioka's project 'snow' is a dynamic 15-meter-wide installation.  it consists of a scene depicting hundreds of kilograms of light feathers blowing all over and falling down slowly is meant to remind us of the snow scape of our memories and the beauty of nature which often exceeds our imagination. visitors to the exhibition experience the feeling of looking at or walking through a snowstorm.

tokujin yoshioka& project & is a dynamic installation. it consists of a scene depicting hundreds of kilograms of light feathers blowing all over and falling down slowly.


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