Muti Randolph is one of the world's top audio-visual artists. In this video he shares what's behind some of his most famous creations, which meld architecture, industrial design, music, and engineering.
Eames Inspiration. The chairs in molded wood, just like Ray and Charles Eames designed in 1946, are being reimagined by street artists and featured in Barney'ss windows and being sold to raise money for Operation Design.
#OBJECTHUNT is going strong ~ here's a peek at some pics of stickers in the wild as spotted by all kinds of people throughout NYC... spot one, tweet it, #objecthunt it... and you might even win an iPad!
Pairing of the night - A billboard in Noho ~ "Material possessions won't make you happy, or maybe they will." In elevator "home" to my room at the Gramercy Park Hotel ~ "Help Is On The Way" ~ begs to be pressed...
Award winning Polish architects Ola Wasilkowska and Michał Piasecki take over Chelsea College of Art courtyard, next to Tate Britain, for a participatory art event. "Parade: The Market of Ideas" by Critical Practice. Sunday 23nd May, 2pm-6pm.
A peek at the Mr Brainwash Icons Remix show in NYC ~ a look at the actual street art as well as the gallery space... from graphics to creatures molded from tires to designer chairs to matchbox packaged life size taxi...
Iranian environmental fiber art to be featured in the upcoming exhibit, (Re)Fashioning Fiber, at Green Spaces NY. An art/fashion showcase of eco crafting and sustainable style (photo by Sharnaz Zarkesh).
Erich Ginder’s new "Materialized" vase is the first in a series of products created by scanning heavily adorned forms with laser scanners, resulting in jewel like abstractions free of the designers hand.
Commemorating 125 years of design and development by the US Playing Card Company, the Bicycle 125: Anniversary Edition feature a distinctive, vintage aesthetic and a signature metallic foil design on a special edition tuck case.
A beautifully designed souvenir sheet honoring 100 years of Swiss postage stamps (back in 1943). Designed by Albert Yersin of Lutry and Hans Thoni and Bern, with decorative borders designed by Orell Fuessly A.G.
Run for Rest won the Public Design Festival in Milan. Architects Joana Pestana Lages and Maria Joao Fonseca mock modern life by using a hamster wheel like contraption to force one user to work (run) to cradle the second.