What capture me the most is the title of this project: ” What it is, it isn’t.” beside the image of awkward looking cabinet, of course. Then, I realized the text was taken from ‘Alice in Wonderland’, which is written by Lewis Carroll and this project by Ontwerpduo get its inspiration from it.
What it is, it isn’t.
‘If I had a world of my own,
everything would be nonsense.
Nothing would be what it is,
because everything would be what it isn’t.
And, contrariwise, what it is, it wouldn’t be.
And what it wouldn’t be, it would.
– Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland.
To describe the work better, these are exact text from Ontwerpduo:
‘Objects are how we perceive them to be. Our minds make things what they are and for us this is reality. Think of a branch hanging in the water. We see, with the refraction of light, the branch under the waterline in a different angle. But we know that in reality the shape of this branch is different. We learned how to see the world…
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A series of hilarious artwork by artist Paul Revie in which he explains what’s inside wild animals. Learn more about his art and where to buy it here.
These photo illustrations where 2 designs in an art show that focused on Flight, demonstrating creative expression.
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is the artist behind these craftily created pieces. By combining hand-made origami type elements with graphic illustrations, Rinaldi has created some truly unique and playful figures. Frogs, Flys and Zebras are all featured in Rinaldi’s images, however they’ve been given a 2.0 face lift with modern styling and a cool color palette. To see more of Nicola’s work check out