Too weird - x-ray photographer Nick Veasey uses either skeletons in rubber suits, or cadavers to capture the human form in his photographs. When working with cadavers, he has around eight hours to pose and shoot before rigor mortis sets in.
Chris Gray of We Shall See won Freitag's Design-A- Truck competition. In keeping with Freitag's recycling philosophy, Gray's tarpaulin will be cut up and made into bags. 2nd and 3rd place went to André-Alexander Glesemann and Anna-Paula Henschke.
We're making a book and we need your help! We're going to send you a list of 24 things which will end up being the 24 chapters of the book. You visualize the chapters and send us in your images to be in the book.
Nendo recently released “Talking”, a set of seasoning dispensers. The mouth on each dispenser is a phonetic representation of Yu, Shi and Ko (shoyu, shio and kosho - soy sauce, salt and pepper - respectively). Cute.
'Silent Chair' is the name of the reserved chair created by the Swedish designers Linus Berglund and Mats Seitz. And it is in fact above all the inconspicuous but ingenious little details which ensure...
The evening of September 6th will see nearly 20 Los Angeles galleries open with new shows... thats in Chinatown alone... POVevolving Gallery celebrates the new 'art season' with a show called "The Awesomist Tomorrow" by Kiel Johnson.