We had a holiday party last weekend at the warehouse and perhaps the centerpiece of the event (and certainly the item that attracted the most attention) was our 7 foot tall Christmas tree made entirely of green books!
Morris Arboretum’s Tree Adventure exhibit Out on a Limb, designed by Metcalfe Architecture & DesignSuspended 50 feet above the forest floor this network of walkways (450-feet in length) provides a bird’s eye view of the forest.
Imagine a Tree House. In the middle of a city. Marco Mucig's trailer for Chérie's Tree House, Milan's tradeshow of emerging designers - a dark, romantic fairytale to encourage the realization of fantasies.
Artist Jason Rogenes is turning the ugly world of styrofoam on its head. His latest art installations are constructed completely of run of the mill electronics packaging, transformed into futuristic art installations.
Until March 13, at the Cité des Sciences de la Villette in Paris, the "Design Observer" exhibition brings together some 200 objects selected for their technological, environmental and ergonomics achievement.
Electric colors explode from black backgrounds in Maya Hayuk's psychedelic murals. Vivid abstracts mandala-like with their symmetries. 'Heavy Light' runs through December 22 at Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn.
'Lesquatrestacions' is a collection of four posters. Graphic interpretation of the four violin concertos of Antonio Vivaldi -The Four Seasons-through a graphic notation system which looks at interpreting musical texture.
Clic Gallery's "Line Up: Rigging Knots and Glimpses of a Master Class" focuses on Philippe Petit, who not just a tight rope balacing act, but also street juggler, lock-picker, sketcher and bullfighter.
Back From Kathmandu. Ok Go organizes an 8.5 mile musical parade through the city of Los Angeles, while using the route to spell out the words Ok Go from an aerial view (Range Rover’s Pulse of the City app).