Mechanical and physical hugs by Lucy McRae

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If you think of a visionary, you need to know Lucy McRae. She describes herself as an artist, an interpreter of signals, which she turns into speculations raising the question of how can the art universe be part of this fast-changing world? Her work comes from making, it's intuitive, in her own words. This hug project is pre-pandemic. She has created the Compression Carpet, a …

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Fluid shapes in Sergey Makhnos’ home

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If you observe 3D renderings made during the past 8 months, you'll find a few common trend features: clouds, water, fantasy landscapes, and more than anything, fluid forms. In moments of uncertainty, we feel drawn to the familiar, which are organic fluid shapes seen in nature over and over again. Fluid shapes in Sergey Makhnos' home reminds us how good it …

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A virtual exhibit of heavyweight canvas art by Mary Little

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It's so well done, you can't quite see the difference between what is real and what is virtual. One of our favorite design studios Estudio Persona has teamed up with Mary Little to show you a virtual exhibit of heavyweight canvas art. Since the initially planned physical exhibition couldn't take place inside Estudio Persona’s showroom, Reflections was born as a 3D landscape, with visualizations looking so …

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Rogan Gregory: When Organic Meets Futuristic Energy

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After having spent a long period in New York, Rogan Gregory who began his career as a design consultant for luxury fashion brands was ready for a change of scenery and moved to Los Angeles taking a former garbage truck depot as his new atelier. While pursuing his career in fashion, Rogan had also spent the past decade creating a body of sculptural …

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Phygital Design By POA Studio

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One of the major trends to observe within the interior design scene is with no doubt the transformation of digital design (3D rendering) into physical pieces including set or spatial design that is part of the story, and the phygital design by POA Studio is no exception. Giovanni Valdeavellano runs Studio Poa and has been showing his first collection during Sight Unseen's virtual …

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Ceramicist Of The Month: Ceri Muller

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I am thinking of the Tactility Trend these days. How might it change now that many of us are two months into confinement? How much softer has it to be? And do we need to go back to rawer design again? Is austerity the new look? Meanwhile, we found Cape Town-based creative Ceri Muller and her fingerprint ceramics which must be very …

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