My Name Is Axel
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"Before nature was scary, then romantic. But now we feel sorry for it. But does it matter? Nature create shapes and we create shapes. Surely, we don´t want to be nature. I create shapes and so should you." Axel Brechensbauer's studio is in Barcelona.
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A proposal to United States Armed Forces: Killing foreign people with predator drones is history. Let me introduce the peace drone. Hovering over hostile settlements or cities playing loud clown music, smiling around and delivering clouds of oxycontin. A beautiful American drug described as a pharmaceutical grade heroin. Happy people are better than dead people and best of all, they will be addicted to you!
More than being the Paris tower of Switzerland, this monument will also work as a temple of the sun. The inside will feature a discotheque with a circular dance floor which will move according to the rhythm of music. The interior is completely white, highly reflective and all corners are rounded to eliminate all shadows. The only source of light is the 50meter in diameter sphere hanging in the center of the cross. The sphere is constructed of semitransparent synthetic fabric which is lit up by a array of 14 high performing video projectors delivering total visual control. This makes the space to a VJ heaven from a holy white to a dark space experiences.
Hi Converse. You already understand that shoes are more about looks than comfort. With that in mind, Let's take the full step together.
Designed for presidential speeches to the people of America. Inspired by the popemobile and 100% terrorist-proof.
A modern take on the classical orb kings & queens used to carry as a accessory together with their spire. Also know as a globus cruciger. It symbolizes the owners dominion over the world (the orb), literally held in the dominion of an earthly ruler. The globus cruciger was historically used by powerful rulers and celestial beings alike; it adorned portrayals of both emperors and kings, as well as archangels.
Francesco Vezzoli: Antique not Antique
Rudolf Belling
Calatrava : Sculptures
The shape of clouds
serpentine 2017
Gaetano Pesce: Abstraction is boring
Jeff Zimmerman
Home Patterns
The Menu
American Food
Brazil Modernism
Heartbeat, Heartseat
Swarm fabrication: Kokkugia / Roland Snooks
Standing wave Sculpture
Jewelry Design Art
Small Buildings
Raymundo Colares
Txema Yeste
German Painting after the 1960s
The contemporary condition
Eleni Karpatsi & Julio Calvo = (fos)
The Way Of The Light
The Sea by Emil Nolde
Versuchsaufbau A
Low Tech
Crystal Palace
La Estirada
Light of Thought
Paper sculptures
Printed Lamps
Print A Chair
Foam wood chair
Foam wood table
Printed Stone Fields
Peak Oil
Fresh White
Jiyong Lee: Segmentation Series
Klas Ernflo: Ink On Board
A Mirror Darkly
Bart de Baets
The Graffiti Table
Etienne Meneau
Shannon Goff
Francisco Sobrino: Geometry, Light and Movement
Jordi López Aguiló
Paper Things
Biomimicry Soft Seat
Pedro Bellido Barquero
Imminent Reality
And atelier
New Museum
X Spanish Biennial
You belong here
Magazines and Still Lifes: Omar Sosa
Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla
Herb Aach: Color Theory
Merry del Val
Santiago Villanueva
Takeshi Okada
Diego Velázquez
Gianfranco Pardi
Gautier Deblonde: Atelier
Quentin Jones
An Entangled World: The Art of Judith Scott
Modular Constructivism: Norman Carlberg and Erwin Hauer
Michael DeLucia: Sculptures
Donald Judd: Sculptures
Jessica Harrison
Sebastian Errazuriz
Brunno Jahara, Brazil
Kochi Biennale 2014
El Ultimo Grito
Skin : 9191
Emerging trends
Walter Ballmer
Tania Blanco: Unexpected Documents in Waiting Room
Wim Delvoye: Pneu
Handmade Industrials by Rutger de Regt & Marlies van Putten
Benjamin Phelan
Dorothée Loriquet
Vasa Velizar Mihich
Anna Lomax