The Colorful Liquids from Leslie David

Leslie David founded her studio in Paris in 2008. Passionate about fashion and music, she has been working on projects and collaborations with the biggest brands and the greatest modern musicians. Leslie draws her inspiration from the textures, patterns, geometry of art deco shapes, the[...]

The depths of the Abyss table

The Abyss table was designed by Duffy, a design studio based in London. Using a simple cutting and stacking system, the coffee table is a three-dimensional representation of a geological map. Plates of wood replicate the earth’s relief, plates of glass and Plexiglas that of[...]

Tracy Widdess' brutal creations

Tracy Widdess’ masks are proper works of art. Currently living on Vancouver, she started knitting in 1999 and learnt alone. With a vivid imagination, she creates frightening wool monsters that are straight out of a science-fiction novel. She calls her work “brutal knitting”. Combining the[...]

Masks by Studio Bertjan Pot

Bertjan Pot is a designer, probably best known for his Random Light (1999). The light started as a material research, which is basically the starting point f each product created by Studio Bertjan Pot. The outcome is usually an interior product showing a fascination for techniques,[...]

Iwajla Klinke's anthropological digs

Iwajla Klinke is a german photographer based in Berlin. She travels the world in search of traditional clothing, which are hard to imagine being real as they are incredibly majestic. The artist’s research work is impressive. She unearths forgotten cultural garments from the past and[...]

The symmetries of Christopher Marley

Christopher Marley lives and works in Salem in the United States. For several years now, this artist of the living has traveled the world in search of specimens of obscure and visually interesting insects. The goal of Christopher Marley is to reveal his conception of[...]

Eating The Foul with Judith Lasry

It is for her design diploma examination that she just passed to the Boulle school in Paris that Judith Lasry, designer, questioned the place of the insect in our culinary culture. His project, entitled Manger l'Immonde, develops a whole range of crockery and kitchen tools[...]
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