PAC-MAN PACKAGING // 8th June 2015


Australian design student Craig Sutton created the packaging and a brochure inspired from the famous Eighties pop icon, Pac-Man. He re-interpreted the arcade game into a board game only made out of paper. It contains pieces representing Pac-Man as well as the five legendary ghosts, and it composed of four different mazes. The design perfectly … Continue reading

DESCENSION // 1st June 2015


Four years after the huge success of his “Leviathan” in the Grand Palais (Paris) which gathers more than 277 600 visitors, British-Indian artist Sir Anish Kapoor is back with a new exhibition titled “Descension”. Currently being held at Galleria Continua in San Giminagno (Italy), the exhibition engages visitors in personal reflection about the perception of the … Continue reading

THE PLAY OF BRILLIANTS // 27th April 2015


“Light In Water” by DGT. Photo by Fubiz. In this International Year of Light supported by UNESCO, the new Éléphant Paname Gallery’s exhibition (Paris, France) explores one of the key concepts of lighting design, “The Play of Brilliants” imagined by Richard Kelly, the pioneering architectural lighting specialist. This exhibition at the Parisian center of art … Continue reading

CLOUD LIGHTS // 9th March 2015


Canadian design brand Bocci, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, unveiled a collection delicately expressed with poetry. The studio has presented at Paris trade fair MAISON&OBJET glass pendant lights made by forcing molten glass into a loose heat-resistant fabric pillow, creating a fluid shape. Named 73, this aerial collection of suspended light directly refers … Continue reading

STEAMPUNK GAMEBOY // 2nd March 2015


What would a Gameboy look like if it had been created during the Industrial Revolution? French artist, Elise Siegwald, has given us a creative glimpse by adding a Steampunk look to the most popular handheld video game device. By replacing the case and using acrylic paint, thread and some clock machinery, the Gameboy has become … Continue reading

HIDDING IN THE MOUNTAINS // 22nd December 2014

Antoine-by-Bureau A

Paying tribute to the Swiss Alps and Swiss tradition, Antoine is a project led by Swiss studio Bureau A and commissioned by the Verbier’s 3d Foundation. “Antoine” is a wooden cabin hidden inside an artificial rock which was later transported to the mountains. The project was named after one of Switzerland greatest writers Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz … Continue reading

BATMOBILE // 15th December 2014


Illustrator David Lo presented exclusively to hype website Highsnobiety 10 illustrated versions of Batman’s iconic vehicles for the Superhero’s 75th anniversary. It really portrays how the car evolved along with the character’s personality, environment and creator or director’s vision: from a colorful comic book to a dark spirit. All pictures courtesy of Highsnobiety

TIME KILLER // 17th November 2014

Time Killer 1

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


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


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