TIME KILLER // 17th November 2014

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With his current project “Good Medecine Tastes Bitter”, Weng Xinyu a graduate of the Bauhaus University, created objects that mimic human emotions and misbehave when left alone. “Time Killer” is a clock with a blade that slowly saws itself down when not watched and When you leave the room, is put on hold whenever it … Continue reading

BAUHAUS // 6th October 2014

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Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive Museum for Design was identity-less since 1960. While the purpose of the “Bauhaus-Archiv Museum für Gestaltung” is to put all its efforts into preserving the Bauhaus’ identity and traces, the museum never really focused on its own identity. With a growing number of visitors and the opening of a new building in … Continue reading

HEAD UP IN THE CLOUDS // 29th September 2014

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Japanese architecture firm Tetsuo Kondo collaborated with German firm Transsolar a climate engineering firm to create indoor cloud projects. The first joint production named “Cloudscapes” was showcased at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale. This time around the installation is invading the Sunken Garden of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT). How to end up … Continue reading

TOY STORY // 15th September 2014

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Last July in San Diego at the annual comic-con, Hot Toys presented a sixth scale of the Delorean car from the 80’s ionic movie “Back to the Future”. Detailed to perfection this time machine is available to purchase online on Hot Toys website. Hot Toys a high-end collectible brand, devoted to designing, developing and producing … Continue reading

EASTERN TREASURES // 9th September 2014

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Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers has immortalized incredible forgotten monuments from the ex-yugoslavia country. Specialized in urban and natural landscapes, with his series “Spomenik” he revealed gigantic sculptures made of concrete, steel or granite. h all images courtesy of JAN KEMPENAER

RIDING THE UNIVERSE // 1st September 2014

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BUILDING UP // 18th August 2014

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Learn to become an architect thanks to the new concept by the legendary toy’s manufacturer LEGO. The latter has just released a new “Architecture Studio” pack including more than 1,200 bricks (73 different kinds) as well as a consistent user manual or rather an educational book. This time, there are no instructions to build a … Continue reading

STREET FOOD // August 4th 2014

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This restaurant located on Hollywood road in Hong Kong, will make you feel as if you were eating in a Museum. The owner of BIBO is mixing street art and fine French cuisine. On the art side, it is a compilation of the best artists to date such as Banksy, Daniel Arsham, Jeff Koons, Takashi … Continue reading

SPLASH OF COLOURS // 28th July 2014

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The creative duo Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto from Floto+Warner has produced magnificent high speed photographs of color splashes. The photographs of paint floating in mid-air forming weird shapes gives the impression of a sculpture. The shots were taken at extremely high speed, about a 3,200th of a second. The artists sought the harshest, most … Continue reading

THUNDER // 21st July 2014

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Owning your own private Cloud is now possible thanks to New Zealand based design studio Richard Clarkson. The “Cloud” is an interactive lamp and speaker system, designed to mimic a thundercloud in both appearance and entertainment and shaped as a cumulus cloud. The Cloud Using motion sensors the cloud detects a user’s presence and creates … Continue reading

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