Natural inspirations of Woodlabo

Gaël Wuithier is a designer who lives between Turku in Finland and Bordeaux. After having traveled Europe for seven years with the Companions of the Devoir and thus acquired a mastery without question of the trades of wood, he founds Woodlabo. For the sake of[...]

Photos by Johanna Ruebel

Photographer Johanna Ruebel was born in Hamburg, Germany. At the age of 7, she moved to France and later graduated from the Central Saint Martin School in London. Today, the artist works and lives in Berlin. His photographs reveal a certain softness that has seduced[...]

Brooks Shane Salzwedel

The subtle and delicate landscapes of Brooks Salzwedel reflect the tensions between urban development and nature. The medium that he chooses to work represents in itself this division: despite the fact that its support (hydrocarbon resin secreted by plants) remains a production of nature, the[...]

Teagan White

Teagan White is a talented illustrator from Chicago. She currently works and lives in St Paul, Minnesota, and earned her art degree from the prestigious College of Art & Design in Minneapolis. His work is organized around the complex imagery of the flora and fauna,[...]

Laurent Le Deunff

Laurent Le Deunff is at the same time draftsman and sculptor and establishes the dialogue between these two mediums. It essentially depicts wooden pencil-like scenes, as in his series of Fuzzy Hunters or Self-portraits in Nature. His work of drawing is meticulous, the trait is[...]

David Wiseman's Phantom Tree

David Wiseman, Los Angeles-based designer, set his vision of nature in the grand hall of the new West Hollywood library. After several drawings and 3D models, it was by hand that the artist created this installation to give his vision a real consistency. For the[...]

Lyndie Dourthe and her decortications

Lyndie Dourthe has been a visual artist for 8 years and works today near Paris. His creative work encompasses textile sculptures, installations, jewelry in unique pieces And also photographic works. Lyndie began her experiments in 2004, with her first series, "Naturalia", a blend of paper[...]
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