Richard J. Evans exhibited at Free Range Graduate Art & Design Show. Some really great conceptual thinking on the part of Evans that will surely peak the interest of those who follow typography and sculpture.
Selfridges & Wieden + Kennedy London launch ‘Future A-Z’, 25 ‘crazy-sensible’ products for 2109. The public are invited to design the missing 26th product in the ‘IDEAX’ competition. The winner sees their idea made and exhibited in London Selfridges windows.
Gray Organschi Architecture, designed a simple barn structure where the lumber is organized on the exterior of the building, creating a wonderful mosaic-like texture that proves that functionality and aesthetics can go hand-in-hand.
With the power of the wind, a knitting machine knits from the outside towards the inside of the building. The knitted material is harvested from time to time and rounded-off in individually packaged scarves.
The jewelry smiths at MathMatiks have created a series of accessories with a street flair, but adorned in gold. AK47 money clip to grenade cufflinks to gas mask pendants, the classic tools of defense are now reflected in fashion.
Market Motors Along at Christie’s Contemporary Sale . The sale's top lot was Peter Doig's 'Night Playground' attracted at least four bidders and eventually sold for £3,009,250. Check out more works from the sale.
Red Plastic Plates is the newest 20x200 edition from painter Ann Toebbe. Each limited edition prints comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. Sizes range from 11"x8.5" up to 40"x30", and cost as little s $20 each.
Matt Brown's 'Food and the Future of it', final project for his masters in Interaction Design, envisions that food in the year 2040 would be synthetic and programmatic, made using 3-dimensional printers and lab-grown meat.
Artist Aleksandra Mir. piled 2,529 sporting trophies all into one room. It may not sound like much of a spectacle, but look a little closer and you find an intensely personal, and poignant message in the glimmering piles of metal.