The House of Trash is Made Only with Trash

Miniwiz is a global innovator who is proving how durable products can create a sleek, contemporary interior with the House of Trash. The company, which is located in Milan, transformed a 4,300-square-foot shared office and gallery space only by using trash. In this way, Miniwiz sends the message that there’s no excuse not to use upcycled or…

Pejac Makes Trees Sprout From the Bricks

Pejac is a Spanish street artist known for using trompe l’oeil to create innovative artworks that are beautiful and also thought-provoking. For the first time in New York City, he looked at nature through two different lenses. One piece is a mind-bending illusion in which the artist seems to mold bricks into a tree and the other shows a cherry…

Buying Art in Your 20s? Here are some tips!

Your 20s represent a real transitional time in life. Everything is permanently changing: the city you live in, your apartment, job, friends, relationships. When you decide to furnish your first apartment, it may be scary, but also exciting, not to mention expensive. What you want to hang on your walls contributes to the feel of the apartment…

Helen Sham Designs a Functional Camera from Lego

If you are a creative person and you get your hands on LEGO bricks, there are many possibilities to what you could design. We admired in the past a lot of designers who recreated famous landmarks in miniature, sculpted animal forms, and also built life-sized cherry blossom trees. The last imposing design is a fully-functional LEGO camera based on…

The Newest Luggage Is About to Come!

Iconic German luggage brand Rimowa worked with the designer Virgil Abloh of Off-White for a capsule collection: an entirely transparent polycarbonate carry-on case. TSA approval is about to get a whole lot easier. Based off Rimowa’s Essential model, this design has the same high quality and innovative features. According to the designer, opting for a clear case was…

Tamara Kostianovsky Makes Tree Stumps From Clothing

Textile artist Tamara Kostianovsky designs realistic elements from nature by using ribbons of useless clothing. In her last series, the artist makes broken tree stumps from pieces of her father’s clothing and integrates his belongings into a landscape of multi-colored logs. The works suggest the passing of time and represent the body returning to the environment after…

Rogan Brown Designs The Human Microbiome From Paper

The artist Rogan Brown creates the diverse bacteria and fungi found in the human body through paper, by using the visual metaphor of a coral reef. His works are made after months of searching for aesthetic parallels that may link the two surprisingly similar worlds. His series Magical Circle Variations combines these sources of inspiration with a pastel color…

Urs Fischer Designs Metallic Rhinoceros

Fischer started his career in Switzerland where he studied photography at the Schule für Gestaltung, Zurich. After finishing the basic course in art and design, he registered in the school’s photography department. He managed to live by working as a bouncer at Zurich night clubs. Fischer moved to Amsterdam in 1993, when he was nineteen. In…

Important Skills for Interior Designers

When you decide to enter into the interior design profession, the possibilities are without limit. Some designers specialize in residential interiors, but there are also opportunities in commercial interiors and home staging. New sectors are popping up: an increased focus on sustainable design opened up a whole range of opportunities in the interior design field. Before…