Australian artist Rebecca Baumann created a lovely installation involving 100 flip clocks, laser cut paper, and lots of batteries.
The result? Automated Colour Field. See more at collabcubed.
The Jaume Secondary School in Valencia, Spain was designed with color everywhere. Colored glass, tiles, and painted walls combined with natural and artificial light, create a delightful and welcoming environment for the young students. See more at collabcubed.
Two very cool installations by the design collaborative SPORTS. One made with bricks the other with zip ties. Read more at collabcubed.
Yvette Cohen’s sculptural paintings are seemingly three-dimensional but mount flat on the wall. See more at collabcubed.
California-based Aaron De La Cruz is an illustrator and street artist who draws on everything. See more at collabcubed.
The Drum House is a weekend residence in India with three separate spaces, one being the “drum” which creates the main living area.
More at collabcubed.
Interesting installation by Australian architect Sarah Crowley with David Brooks. Read more at collabcubed.
German brothers Nils and Sven Volker have collaborated on an installation involving 252 silver inflatable air bags and walls of graphic book pages. Read more at collabcubed.
Cafe inspired lamps and leather bags to boot, by Swiss designer Christian DuCharme. Read more…
Skin “tattoo” art from Ariana Page Russell for her upcoming exhibit in NYC. Read more at collabcubed.