The Shoes Books and a Bike storage system puts your bicycle on display while still offering up storage for other household items. [See More at HiConsumption.com]
This fiberglass slide-on camper is perfect for spending the weekend in the wild complete with kitchen, bed, dining area and more. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
Now you can easily nap anywhere on the go with the awesome Ostrich Pillow, making you more productive. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
The Splash Chopping Board is cleverly designed to make it stable against the edge of the kitchen counter whilst the vertical drip can be easily removed to make a completely flat worktop saver.
Carl Auböck was from Austria, and came from a very creative family. He studied painting at Vienna’s Academy of Fine Art and was even a student at the Bauhaus. He eventually returned to his home town in Wien, Austria to do his own work. So in tune with what he though modern design could do, heal the world, that his son and his grandson both followed his creative footsteps.
There is something so very retro about Auböck’s pieces; many of his works display what we describe as retro or “atomic” details from the Mid-Century era. Details like a tell-tell boomerang curving shape, thin “space ship” tripod legs, antennae-like protrusions and more. But all of these details are used sparingly and smartly, creating elegant pieces.
Though Auböck’s work displays some definite space-age details, his work is also very down to earth, and utilizes many natural materials to create unique combinations of shape and material. His tree trunk tables are a great example. Featuring a rough-hewn, naturally-shaped, thin slice of a tree trunk for a top, this natural top is placed with three metal, tripod “space ship” legs. Both the two styles complement and contrast nicely to create a piece of furniture very unique to Auböck’s style.
Boldy is a minimal, responsive one-page portfolio template: perfect if you’re looking for a simple way to showcase your latest works on the web.
Boldy one-page portfolio template used custom fonts from the Google library (that you can easily change with your favourite ones).
107 chair, was created specially for the Corso restaurant interiors that Stadler designed in Paris. Now available as part of German furniture makerThonet’s own collection, the 107 Chair incorporates a separate flat backrest to simplify the production process. y replacing the curves of Thonet’s famous 214 Chair with straight lines, Stadler enabled it to be manufactured in a cost-efficient way. The frame is made of solid wood, while the seat and backrest are made of plywood with a natural or stained finish.
The somewhat weird idea behind “Lightspot” is to materialize the immaterial. The colored aluminum plates correspond to an actual lightspot projected onto the wall by a miniature LED lamp. The various layers shade off in the same way the light does. They are coated with a particularly reflecting paint, giving the illusion that the plates themselves are light emitting. “Lightspot” can be placed in different directions according to the user wish. By moving the object he will experience a strange feeling of being able to hold light in his hands.
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Fonts are very important factor in designer product we can’t be ignored at any stage. As a best designer you must have seen and even used attractive font in different typography, design, visual & projects to make it more impressive. Audiences & customers are attracted by those designer to create a best visual appearance . Design mostly depend upon the Font style to make design attractive more comfortable for user. Read More
Leather iPad Case is a minimalist design created by Australia-based company FEIT. The FEIT iPad case is hand made in a family run atelier in the heart of Florence, Italy. It is one of the few remaining places practicing traditional Florentine leather moulding techniques. Their iPad cases are made from a single vegetable leather skin. The leather is moistened, then laid onto a wooden mould and shaped over it. Its edges are then folded, hammered and secured with an all natural starch glue. Not a single stitch is used in the process.
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That perfect web design is right on the tip of your brain, you just know it. But the inspiration just isn’t coming, and you can’t quite get yourself to focus on the layout, or the fonts or the colors.
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Maria Grazia Rosin charmed black and red glass into becoming an adventurous Black Octopus Chandelier. Truly amazing piece of work for all you Octopus fanatics! [See more photos at Crnchy.com]
Pablo Reinoso is an Argentine-French artist and designer who has been working in Paris, since 1979.
Since he was little Pablo was showing its skills when he made his first chair when he was 7-years old. He went on to study Architecture in University of Buenos Aires and began a career in communications and design. His recognition came with his public installations and sculptures, created from traditional materials like metal, stone or wood.
In the late 90′s he started a commercial direction.It was last year that Reinoso had his first Asian exhibition, at the Art Plural Gallery in Singapore exhibiting 15 sculptures. His catalogue presents artworks ranging from tools to monumental public commissions. Endlessly challenging volume, all principles are his garden, weaving timelessness in a sensual manner. Reinoso masterfully illustrates the frontier between Art and Design, integrating functionality into the dialogues of ingenuity...read more.
The final look is a very futuristic object looking like stalagmites from a virtual cave, though Cuttance Pablo Reinoso’s works of art and design are presented in international exhibitions such as the Biennale of Venice and Art Basel and Miami Basel.
In May 2013, as part of Le French May, Pablo Reinoso and Art Plural Gallery jointly presented an exhibition at One Central and Mandarin Oriental, Macau.The exhibition titled ‘Living Sculptures’ features eleven of the designer’s artworks.
Genetic engineering and artificial intelligence first made their appearance between the 80s and the 90s. Becoming great sources of inspiration for all forms of art, but also for designers who have since begun to hybrid different disciplines of design.
This is the spirit – updated for the present – of Parisian trio Numero 111, composed of Sophie Francon, Jennifer Julien and Gregory Peyrache, who propose an approach to design on a large scale, using various methods and disciplines.
Free Photoshop brushes – Digital smoke brushes contains 15 absolutely free Photoshop brushes. Brushes are in high resolution – 2500 x 2500 px. Awesome for abstract art-work.