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  • David Delruelle: plan your escape!

  • Loose yourself in nostalgic dreams with the collage series by David Delruelle. Born in 1988, he lives and works in Brussels, Belgium, and gets inspired by everyday news and stories or his own memories. He questions the nature of found images, attaching a new meaning in an endless chain of possibilities, highlightin[...]
  • Benjamin Noir, the largest mural in Denmark

  • Benjamin Noir is completing the Vrimmel, a large-scale mural of 66 meters in the Osterbro neighborhood in Copenhagen, Denmark. The piece is entirely drawn by hand and it depicts urban spaces and imaginary buildings.  It is considered to be the largest drawing in Denmark, and there is no sketch or plan for the composi[...]
  • Sara Favriau, fragile worlds

  • Parisian artist Sara Favriau (born in 1983) graduated in 2007 from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, in Paris. In her fragile worlds she explores ancient and current practices blending classical techniques with contemporary ones. Her research is a poetic reflection on history’s mechanisms. She starts f[...]
  • The dystopian architectures of Lee Madgwick

  • Lee Madgwick’s dystopian worlds are depicted in large oil paintings that host isolated architectures buried in open spaces and lacking in spatial coordinates. Huge buildings represent the ruins of the everyday life, lived consumed among the walls of a concrete universe, which has been a shelter, border and Nation a[...]
  • Coachella 2017

  • The second Coachella weekend starts today. Being one of the most talked and profitable music festivals in the world, its large-scale art installations are a must-see. This year's guest artists are Chiaiozza, Olalekan Jeyifous, Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan and Gustavo Prado. All of them created gigantic pieces t[...]
  • Military food takeover

  • Anything can turn attractive when in good hands. A photographer, a videomaker and a chef completed an excellent branding exercise with a military food takeover. Chuck George, Jimmy Pham and Henry Hargreaves are three young creatives that teamed up to revive something as singular and unattractive as military food from[...]
  • Food recipes in the architect's eye

  • The illustrated food recipes by graphic designer Jing Zhang seem to be the ones that many architects and designers have in mind. Next time you get a family recipe, get inspired and make sure it looks as gorgeous as these ones. Zhang starts with five pillars: pizza, burger, dumplings, ramen and croissants and she ta[...]
  • Happy textiles by Yuri Himuro

  • Yuri Himuro studied textile design in Japan and Finland. She creates pieces that search for surprise and interaction between textiles and people. The Satoyama Snip-Snap Series shown at SaloneSatellite 2017 let visitors snip and snap the textile using a pair of scissors to customize the design, as an ongoing process[...]
  • Salone Days: light cabinet

  • The light cabinet by Fang Gao was inspired by the experience in nature when walking in a forest, where light penetrates through arrays of tree trunks and the view changes as you move your steps. The cabinet invites people to play with grid patterns while functioning as a storage element where to display daily objects[...]
  • Salone Days: soft shelves

  • At the SaloneSatellite 2017, dedicated to young design talents, Taijiro Ishiko showcased wooden parametric soft shelves that can easily hold fruit or anything else. The project was one of the finalist of the Satellite Award. The form of the surface changes depending on the weight and shape of placed object. This wa[...]
  • Salone Days: Quiubox?

  • Studio Boano Prišmontas designed a temporary shelter named "Quiubox", a combination of the Colombian expression “¿Quiubo?”, meaning “what’s up”, “hello, what is happening”, and a “box”, referring to a small scale architectural object, a container of knowledge and activities. Quiubox is a nomadic workshop designed f[...]
  • Salone Days: Turmoil

  • Walking around Milan during the Design Week also means incurring into extravagant and cryptic microarchitectures, like the 'engaged' inflatables named Forms of Turmoil. But, what is it exactly? We've seen them on water, as elegant installations or at parties. German collective Raumlaborberlin, with Axel Timm and Fr[...]