Born in eastern Germany, grown up in the North, lived in the South for a long while, now moved to China to continue searching for the lots of lovely, amazing, bizarre and inspiring things in life, which warm the heart, spark the mind and open the eyes.
beautiful objects and furniture designed by german based Sebastian Herkner (1981).
“Already focusing during his studies on designing objects and furniture merging various cultural contexts, combining new technologies with traditional craftsmanship in order to highlight the multifaceted beauty of the materials and draw renewed attention to small details.” (Markus Frenzl)
Lindsey Adelman Studio, located in New York City, designs and builds – amongst others – beautiful, hand made light objects. Their objects combining decoration, art and a great love for details and exclusive materials in one piece. The studio was found in 2006 and has been focused on blown glass and brass lighting at first, meanwhile they are also creating jewellery, vessels and tiles by diversifying their materials to e.g. wood, porcelain, gold and stereolithography. Visit the studios homepage and take a look worth it: Wonderful artworks and crafts, nicely shot. And if you should really fall in love with some of the objects: they are even affordable and definitely a good reason to spend money for.
It is hard to overlook these screaming colors or even to scroll further. Inspired by the vitality of Parisian street culture, Françoise Nielly brings fluorescent gaudy contrasts and screaming colours with Oil and knife on canvas. His paintings convey dramatic life force, sometimes they seem to be sad, sometimes they are bubbling over with joy. But always powerful […]
2013 is the year of the Japan – Vietnam Friendship. In celebration of this the Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam presents an installation art exhibition with famous works of “polka dot queen” Yayoi Kusama in Hanoi.
From May 25, 2013 – July 28, 2013 the oversized and psychedelic installations ”Narcissus Garden”, “Guidepost to the New Space”, “I’m Here, but Nothing” and “Dots Obsessions” can be experienced very close.
The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam
27 Quang Trung street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi, Vietnam
Coffee culture in China is more and more growing in popularity. Now a young and modern new deli & eatery concept opened in Shenzhen, with a lot of love for the detail and a great feeling for the mix of sleekness and cosiness.