Beccy Ridsdel has that same obsession as I I do .. where the lines between art and craft blur. Her obtuse and poetic thinking that draws you in. It makes me think of Robert Dawsons timeless Plate series crossed with Barnaby Barford witt
A picture frame by korean designer james kim of teev. Simple yet effective .. $47 each
Very simple .. but an incredible transformation of a space… I like. 'Harmonic convergence' installation by christopher janney, at the miami international airport in florida, USA.
STB is an amazing ink drawing series created by Peter Jellitsch, Vienna.
"Generally I am trying to translate digital generated stuff into analog drawings. On one hand to see which differences appear between the digital outcome and the analog one, and on the other hand, i am interested in the repetitive movements that appear when i am reproducing from digital data. My work is always repititve in terms of sequences of one project. always a series of drawings, because most of my experiments are based on digital simulations."
Mind your step is a street illusion at Sergels torg in Stockholm between 7-12 June 2011. It is created by photographer Erik Johansson .. and he did a good job. Found by Carlos.
Scaffolding (2006-2007) by Liddy Scheffknecht. All architectural elements except the scaffolding were removed from the photograph of a building under renovation. Love this idea
Open Lounge en Raiffeisenbank / NAU Architecture + DGJ Architekten
I like the consideration of the pattern with regards to the Form. Designed by French art director Emmanuel Bossuet from EEM Agency in collaboration with Stockman to produce a limited edition “Haute Couture” busts. Limited to 10 copies for each model.
A group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colourful lines as cars drove through. Thought it was an innovative to create a Guerilla Pattern / Surface installation on the side of a Protest.
Loving this Seidlitz / Summerskill Collaberation. Just to prove you can cover anything with anything. Surface design at is most basic and possibly its most effective