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The potent style of Charlie Schuck for Bower

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This is why we’d like to share the potent style of Charlie Schuck’s work by for New York based furniture and product design studio Bower: 1// In a nutshell: Charlie Schuck’s work has long fascinated us for the potent look of his campaigns that seem to embody just the perfect style of the moment. His recent photographs for studio Bower newly launched web are …

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Fashion Color Trends S/S 19 translated into Interior Design

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We often talk about how similar Fashion and Interior Design are when it comes to color. Today's post on Fashion Color Trends S/S 2019 translated into Interior Design shows how these two design worlds share similar sources of inspirations. Color is a prominent factor in the decision-making process related to our living and consume expectations. The textile world often offers ideas …

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Sublime wood sculptures and objects by Ariele Alasko

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The sublime wood sculptures and everyday object by Ariele Alasko represent an ode to the happy encounter between man and nature, a fusion of poetry and utility. As daughter of the “social era”, it was through Instagram that her work became known to the great public. Initially it was more utilitarian objects like cutlery – the hand-shaped serving spoon is quite iconic, or the graphic …

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Opulent meets minimal: The pool house

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This is why we’d like to share the sophisticated pool house designed by Belgian interior architect Arjaan De Feyter: 1// In a nutshell: What captured most our interest is the seamless blend of opulent red marble stone and a contrasting minimal interior design concept at the same time. The sophisticated pool house S-W is a collaboration between Belgian interior architect Arjaan De …

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Modernism-inspired digital art by Alexis Christodoulvou

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This is why we’d like to share the Modernism-inspired digital scenes by Alexis Christodoulvou: 1// In a nutshell: The modernism-inspired scenes created by self-taught Alexis Christodoulou represents a creative outlet for the South African digital artist during an intense period of his life. Copywriter at an agency and wine maker at his family winery, Christodoulou got intrigued of a friend’s work with Sketch-up. …

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Surrealistic Post-Soviet design inspired by Brutalism

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This is why we'd like to share the Brutalism inspired Yalta foyer series by Supaform: 1// In a nutshell: Yalta foyer is a series of 3d illustrations and drawings by creative studio Supaform. The main task of the images is not to make illustrations, but rather to analyze and visualize impressions and memorable artistic images accumulated during the journey to post-Soviet resorts of the …

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