Friday, March 6, 2015

Bold Thread Installation Takes over Crystal BridgesGabriel...

































Bold Thread Installation Takes over Crystal BridgesGabriel Dawehttp://ift.tt/1BQVcB9


Gabriel Dawe has created one of his delicate, large-scale hanging installations of colored thread at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, as part of the ambitious new exhibition “State of the Art,” reports PBS (see “State of the Art at Crystal Bridges: Pure Pop for Now People”).The show is part of Crystal Bridge’s efforts to showcase “under-recognized” American artists who work outside New York and LA. The Mexican-born Dawe is one of three Dallas-based artists featured in the massive show, which includes no fewer than 227 works selected following a nation-wide search.Dawe’s contribution is Plexus No. 27, a spiderweb-like sculptural installation made of 60 miles of thread in a gradient of different colors looped through countless mounted hooks with the help of an extension hook that served as a giant needle. Like all of Dawe’s thread works, the Crystal Bridges project required meticulous, carefully measured planning, and intense concentration, so as to not lose track of the sequence of hooks.


Adrian Tranquilli born 1966 is one of the most interesting...









































Adrian Tranquilli born 1966 is one of the most interesting artists on the Italian contemporary art scene. Tranquili wanted to focus less on the superpowers and more on their human fragility of some of our most beloved heroes such as Batman, Superman, Wolverine and Spider-Man. He shows us the rarely seen, vulnerable side of our favorite superheroes.


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Illustrations by Julie Dillon dA l tumblr


Colour Handmade Type by Viki Lester

Spot. Cardboard Menu and wine list by Zupagrafika

Prithi Gowda takes viewers on a surreal exploration of...





Prithi Gowda takes viewers on a surreal exploration of the rejection of one’s assigned destiny for a future of one’s own design in Televisnu, a colorful sojourn through myriad layers of reality.


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Hand Crafted Type by Ben Johnston













Hand Crafted Type by Ben Johnston


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Paintings by John Larriva


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel

Lujac Desautel, the yacht designer of the iconic Glass concept yacht, has released his latest yacht design: Salt Yacht. It’s a 55-meter concept yacht that offers pragmatic design, elegant, and clean energy use, turning these ideas into a magnificent floating architecture. The open space design offers flexibility and easy lifestyle, passengers would be allowed to truly enjoy life aboard. We really love how the steps fold down to water, they look like blend really well with the sea. The Glass fa├žade slides open to transform the deck house into a beachside cabana, so cool. The central of living space is cradle by two masts as a place for communal living.


Designer : Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel



Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel


Salt Yacht by Lujac Desautel is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design