Marian Matta is a master of panoramic mountain photography. He has a great ability to capture dramatic vistas from perspectives high up in the mountains.
The Mini Beachcomber is the new concept of the famous adult car toy makers. A remake of the cutest car they made in the early eighties, the Mini Moke.
Creative High Impact Portrait Photography by Nicolle Clemetson. Nicolle is professional glamour and portrait photographer, who based in Phoenix, Arizona.
Glamour Photography by Nicolle Clemetson
Beautiful macro photography by Karin Eberhard, young female photography, who only 14 years old.
A couple of designers decided to do build an incredibly long swimming pool into a Penthouse in the center of france, just next to a river.
The interior of the Penthouse looks a lot like a Yacht and every part of it is modular.
Designerhas imagined ‘Rocket Girl,’ a concept toy that captures the imagination with its unique styling and attention to detail. The San Fransisco artist’s creation, which features clean lines while maintaining an overall complex appearance, beautifully navigates the boundary between art and toy; a creation that commands admiration for its high design, but does so while maintaining elements of playfulness and whimsy. Hopefully it won’t be long before Norio Fujikawa’s ‘Rocket Girl’ makes the transition from concept to product.
Starting up sketching wildstyles and being enthusiastic about the precision and inventiveness of Graffiti-giants like Amok and Kaos from Berlin, his main focus became elaborate wildstyle pieces, executed in various Hall of Fames and shut-down industrial areas. Many of those pieces he did together with his brother Matthias, a passion both share up to now.
‘Sprout’ pen represents the possibility for truly unique design to emerge in areas that are characterized by relative homogeneity. The Russian product designer’s creation melds high design with function and purpose, such as having the long stalk encased within literally ’sprout’ as it fills with ink, changing color from yellow to a vibrant green as it grows full. This design not only intrigues the eye, but it also allows for a reconsideration of how we view this essential tool; normally hidden away, the central ‘core’ of ink is given the primary focus, and in being refillable, its environmental design theme is integrated into its function.
Furniture designer Martin Pinotak’s ‘Origami’ table represents a wonderful combination of intricate design and functionality; combining the clean, dynamic lines of the tables base with a solid glass top make this piece a usable work of art. Working out of Toronto, Canada, Pinotak’s work often exemplifies high design with an emphasis on maintaining the usefulness of a given piece. ‘Origami’ achieves this level of practicality without sacrificing the creative statements it makes; a piece of furniture that combines minimalist design with maximum function.
Agency: Dragster Kommunikation
Client: Dr. Denim Jeansmakers
Brand: Dr. Denim Jeansmakers
Copywriter: Catja Björklund
Art Director: Dan Stendahl
Illustrator: Alexander Åkerström
Photographer: Jonatan Fernström
Other credits: Therese Olander, Freddy Olsson, Jonas Skoglund, Petter Jarenskog, Martin Johansson, Marcus Dalgren, Martin Joelsson, Maria Melkersson, Jessica Nilsson,