Monthly Archives: October 2012

Pin Art by Philip Karlberg

Stockholm-based artist Philip Karlberg is one of the most prominent interior photographers in Sweden. His latest project ‘Pin Art/Plaza’ hints at faces of well known public figures by using over a thousand wooden pegs on several boards and strategic lighting.

PutPut- Sponge Popsicles

For their latest project Copenhagen-based studio PUTPUT created the ‘Popsicles’, an imitation of ice lollies using sponges and scouring pads. PutPut say that both “products represent different aspects of everyday life and are recognizable in their own right. They are morphed into…

Underwater Dogs

‘Underwater Dogs’ quite literally features photographs of dogs fetching things underwater. They were taken by Seth Casteel and it will be available at Amazon from tomorrow (25th of October).

Women of Quilotoa

After her trip around South America, Bogotá-based photographer Nancy Mora published ‘Women of Quilotoa‘ an amazing series in which she captures the lifestyles of the women of the region. Quilotoa is a water-filled caldera and the most western volcano in the Ecuadorian Andes, it has also become…

Inflatable Trampoline Bridge in Paris

Paris-based agency AZC gained third place in the 2012 ArchTriumph design competition with their proposal for an inflatable bridge to cross the River Seine and a unique view of the city. The bad news are that even though this is a great project, there are no real…

Portraits by Nick Gentry

The British artist Nick Gentry is well known for using recycled floppy disks as canvases and giving them a distinctive function in his portraits.

Bula Barua

Assamese-American visual artist Bula Barua creates vibrant and colourful paintings using materials such as watercolours, acrylics and oils resulting in wonderful textures with a touch of surrealism. Visit Bula Barua to find out more about her work.