Chinese artist Li Hongbo creates these mind blowing, flexible paper sculptures that might be at first mistaken for porcelain works.
Are you a fan of word games, double meanings and unusual interpretations? Then you will surely enjoy Table Stories by amazing creative duo Alexander Khokhlov and Veronica Ershova!
The mages are the mix of photography, philology, art, minimalism and sudden paraphrases.
Soon is a Belgian-based studio that creates visual identities in combination with photography. Most of their work is hand crafted and afterwards transformed into a digital image.
At the Wearable Futures conference, London designer and researcher Shamees Aden debuted a running shoe concept that will put your worn out kicks to shame.
The shoes, which he’s developing with University of Southern Denmark professor Martin Hanczyc, are 3D printed from a synthetic biological material that can repair itself overnight.
Puzzle Facade by Javier Lloret brings the experience of solving a Rubik’s cube to the urban space. It transforms the Ars Electronica’s media facade, into a giant Rubik’s cube, inviting passers-by to engage with an interactive experience that takes place in the city of Linz (Austria).
Well… this could get awkward. Try living in this transparent house located in Tokyo, Japan! Known as “House NA”, it offers plenty of daylight, however no privacy.
Using mirrors and glass in her sculptures, Japanese artist Tomoko Konoike plays with optics and light reflection to turn what would be a free standing art piece into an installation that takes over the space in which it’s in.