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Antje Majewski

Art Splash: Antje Majewski - The World of Gimel - How to Make Objects Talk - Kunsthaus - Graz

Des mains qui soutiennent les murs de Venise pour sensibiliser au réchauffement climatique

Ces mains soutiennent Venise pour sensibiliser au réchauffement climatique

Artist Lorenzo Quinn / monumental sculpture for the 2017 Venice Biennale. Titled Support, the piece depicts a pair of gigantic hands rising from the water to support the sides of the Ca' Sagredo Hotel, a visual statement of the impact of climate change

Textures et Ombres de Papier découpé par Eiko Ojala (7)

Textures et Ombres de Papier découpé par Eiko Ojala

New Editorial Illustrations Incorporating Cut Paper Textures and Shadows by Eiko Ojala (Colossal)

Artist Lei Xue skillfully sculpts and paints porcelain sculptures that look like smashed cans with traditional patterns.

Smashed Cans Sculpted in the Traditional Style of Ming Dynasty Porcelain

Chinese artist Lei Xue was inspired by Ming Dynasty patterns on the Chinese ceramics, to create sculptures representing smashed and empty soda cans.

Tom Deininger creates large-scale collages from found objects scavenged from trash and donated by friends.

Sculptures & Installations: 20 of the most amazing and incredible masterpieces in the world

A new collection that brings together the most incredible masterpieces of 20 world-class sculpture masters.

Eiko Ojala, an illustrator and graphic designer from Tallinn, Estonia, is the genius behind these minimal and creative digital editorial illustrations. That's right! Digital. And whilst it is hard to believe that these pieces of art are not flat pieces of paper, its true. Eiko has worked with Wired, New York Times, New Yorker, New York Observer, Sunday Times, Harvard Business Review, VA Museum, Dwell magazine, Le Monde and Intel.

Creative and Unique Editorial Illustrations by Eiko Ojala



Tracie Cheng, Storm at Sea, acrylic and oil on wood, i like this work because of the contrast between the gold and background, the abstract ethereal feel it has



Textile designer Cassie Byrnes creates colorful, abstract patterns that she applies to collections of housewares, screen printed artwork, and clothing.

Le Refuge: The Most Instagrammed Thing at Milan Design Week - Design Milk

Le Refuge: The Most Instagrammed Thing at Milan Design Week

Le Refuge, a pink, jungle-like daybed designed by Parisian/Italian artist and designer Marc Ange at the Wallpaper* Handmade exhibition space in collaboration with The Invisible Collection and Green Gallery