Some of our favorite movies from the 80s have been turned into beautiful stained glass prints. Created by artist Van Orton, these prints are perfect for the man cave. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
The basic square icons set, with original gradient color style. Includes 170 most popular social media icons on the web.
Anthony Geoffroy has created these awesome Breaking Bad Caricatures, I have only just this weekend watched the whole first series of Breaking Bad with my brother and have to say Anthony has portrayed each characters personalities spot on in his illustrations.
Nearly three-dozen galleries from around the world are in Miami Beach, since the 4th of December until the 8th, presenting modern and contemporary collectible design at the ninth edition of Design Miami/, which is bringing together museum-quality masterpieces of the 20th century, important contemporary works and groundbreaking commissions from emerging talents under one roof.
“We have consistently expanded our program over recent years,” says Marianne Goebl, Director of Design Miami/. “This December, visitors to the fair will discover the widest range of historic positions to date as well as new work, which will debut in Miami.”
We are bringing you some of the highlights:
Key design references from the 20th century
Full-scale house by Jean Prouvé from 1944, exhibited, for the first time in public, by Galerie Patrick Seguin (Paris)
Collection of works by Charlotte Perriand, by Galerie Downtown (Paris)
1973 Jewelry as Sculpture as Jewelry exhibition from the Institute of Contemporary Arts in Boston, by Didier Ltd, London
Maria Pergay, by Demisch Danant, New York
Johanna Grawunder by Carpenters Workshop Gallery, London & Paris
Hella Jongerius by Galerie Kreo (Paris)
German toy maker Renate Müller by R 20th Century (New York)
Focused solo shows
ArtFactum Gallery, Beirut, brings Marc Baroud & Marc Dibeh’s sculptural meditations on metal frame furniture
Caroline Van Hoek, Brussels, is presenting new jewelry works by Gijs Bakker, co-founder of the Dutch design enterprise Droog
Conceptual jewelry at Elisabetta Cipriani (London) by kinetic and op-artist artist Carlos Cruz-Diez
Wonderglass (London) – sublime, oneiric, contemporary glass chandelier by multi-disciplinary designer Nao Tamura
Jonathan Muecke’s collection for Volume Gallery (Chicago)
The entrance pavilion
By formlessfinder, a conceptual ‘formless’ architectural practice founded by Garrett Ricciardi and Julian Rose
Kissing the War Goodbye, 1945 (Photo credit: Sanna Dullaway) –
Music was the major source of hope for war broken souls during 50′s lighting age. To solve post-war psycological issues, jazz invaded the streets of USA during forties & fifties design era, projecting names that today are not only historical & cultural elements, but sources of energy.
To recognize the 50 year anniversary of peace activist and politician Nelson Mandela’s capture by the apartheid police in 1962, South African artist Marco Cianfanelli has constructed a monument with 50 steel columns. (via: InspireFusion)