Andrew Hefter is a visual synthesizer, also known as photographer. Currently based in Brooklyn, this budding traveler loves to capture the world and is always looking for his next adventure.
This ethereal special application of customized mercury was installed in the hall of J & T headquarters in River House in Prague, Czech Republic.
Don’t you just adore this 14′ x 6′ mosaic wall made of 12,000 pencil crayons? blackLAB Architects created the colourSPACE using 25 different colors to come up with a color gradient from black to white. I wonder how many drawings I can make out of these thousands of crayons. Simply exquisite! ♥
Japan-based studio Metaphys designed this planter series called ienami. It was inspired by minimalist style miniature buildings with roof gardens. Alley, Plaza, Tunnel and Zig Zag are the four designs included in the entire collection. Combination of several planters form a little neighborhood.
For the last 30 years, well-known artist Glenna Goodacre have been creating bronze sculptures that feature lively expression and texture. One of which is the Puddle Jumper sculpture which was made in 1989.
American artist Paul Jackson is has pursued his love for watercoloring since 1985. Today, Paul is one of the most versatile contemporary watercolorists.
Can’t help but be mesmerized with these utterly laidback shots taken by Simon Harsent. They make you want to embrace life all over again and just be thankful for everything.
Hôtel Droog, a distinctive hotel in Amsterdam is committed to giving their guests a completely different experience.
Check out this amazing installation entitled A Million Times created by Stockholm-based Humans since 1982 to be featured this month at Design Days Dubai.