An afrofuturistic throne reveals the artist’s multilayered identity

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Mac Collins' design, an afrofutiristic throne, revels the artist's multilayered identity. A common feeling that prompt us to ask: how many identities do you have? Answering this question might take a more extended reflection. Nowadays, life exposes us to such diverse experiences that our identities have never been so complex. As a consequence, we are also more interested in our …

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A Container Transformed Into A Miniliving: Casa Container

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Current times are embedded in paradoxes, so no surprises that we face the same dilemmas when it comes to our dwellings. How to have more space with less square meters? How to make it homie while clearing things out? Can space have minimalist items yet be functional? Can we coexist with nature while having a modern house? Brazilian architect Marília Pellegrini …

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ASPACE, how to fuse architectural elements with art and craftsmanship

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Anna Aristova and Roza Gazarian are designers and co-founders of ASPACE, an art and design studio based in New York City. Their collaboration started in 2016 with the attempt to bring in the timeless beauty of nature to the contemporary lifestyle. Their last collection is the result of this desire, and one can say they achieve it! They take inspiration from …

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Tintology- Color Therapy Pharmaceuticals

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Designer Alice Dobbie thought about a fictional color pharmacy when creating Tintology where colors are prescribed to help counteract various common emotional health issues and concerns, fight depression or unpleasant state of mind. Don't we all know by now that color has a profound impact on our emotions? The idea is based on the findings of Faber Birren (1900-1988) that provided evidence of certain …

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A Cannabis Set That Resembles Your Grandma’s Style

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To celebrate the legalization of cannabis in Canada, Castor Studio designed the Heirloom Stack Collection, a vintage-inspired set to resemble antique crystal with the idea of creating familiar objects far from the typical look of marijuana accessories. The series was developed for Canadian brand Tokyo Smoke, which focuses on luxury products for marijuana users that embrace beautiful design along with alternative states of …

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The powerful design pieces by Aldo Bakker

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Dutch artist Aldo Bakker has recently showcased some of his powerful and original design pieces at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York. "Powerful, elegant and filled with personality, Aldo's furniture brings a new perspective, not seen before in the design space" said gallery co-founder Loic Le Gaillard in a project statement. Hard not to agree. Self-Taught designer, Aldo Bakker started his …

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