Laura Prieto-Velasco creates original jewelry, pieces of art sculptural and organic. Objects that change over time, concealing their materials or construction methods and revealing an original character. Have a look at her very interesting work.
I am interested in the way jewelry rarely escapes its fate of re-invention. Sometimes a piece will become part of a collection and remain frozen in a particular form for decades, maybe centuries, until it changes hands and is transformed again for one reason or another. It’s only a matter of time. My work is a reinterpretation of this history, a kind of living organism that thrives on change.
Sukha seems to be one of the most beautifull stores in Amsterdam. A home accessory and clothing store located on Haarlemmerstraat. The name means “happiness” in Sanskrit, and hapinness is what it reflects! White walls and floors, natural elements and recycled materials. Most of the productsare vintage or made from recycled materials.
Photography by Jeltje Janmaat
MATTO in Italian means crazy or mad. It is also the name of the latest trendy Italian restaurant in Shanghai. It is the creation of Yenn Wong, the mastermind behind the JIA Boutique Hotels. Apart from the food which is amazing (and recently awarded!) it is famous for it’s design style. Darryl Goveas is the director of Pure Creative International and he did not treat this 253sqm interior space like any usual pizza restaurant . Instead he addressed it with eclectic modernity, combinig industrial materials with rustic, raw materials and European-style details. Belissimo!
photo © MATTO Shanghai
Another amazing series of ice landscapes, ‘A Portrait of Ice’ by Caleb Cain Marcus. Grey and blue toned glaciers urge you to travel! Yet the quality of the shades give the photographs a paint-like quality. Just beautiful!
A really interesting exhibition takes place at the Netherlands. 2012 Paper Biennale.is alla about create sculptures using just paper and cardboard.
Museum Rijswijk September 4 – November 25, 2012.
Museum Meermanno/ September 1 – November 25, 2012.
Artwork credits : Frits Achten, Ebon Heath, Peter Bes, Peter Collingridge, Eric Gjerde, Anne van de Pals, Ros Rixon, Michael Hansmeyer, Laura Behar, Debra Weisberg, Georgia Gremouti.
Adam S. Doyle who currently lives in Hong Kong paintss beautiful portraits of birds. What’s great about them is the fact that the seemingly incomplete brushstrokes form the feathers and the body of the birds! It looks like it takes him just few minutes to draw these beauties. Amazing!
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