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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When ruins grow back into nature

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Designer Martina Taranto was born and raised in Sicily, Italy. She grew up surrounded by art and ancient ruins, hence her focus on ruins grow back into nature. Sicily is the cradle of ancient history, and it has its roots in the very distant era when the Greeks dominated. They spread a culture made of art and traditions that still manage …

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The multifunctional Ideas lab by Shangai-based X+Living

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Today, we want to introduce to the multifunctional Powerlong Ideas lab designed by Shangai-based X+Living office.┬áThis project, that includes a commercial space, as well as research areas and offices for the Powerlong group, wants to encapsulate the 21st Industrial Revolution. With the advent and popularity of computers, the invisible Information Age deduced and changed the humanity and commercial mode of this …

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