The Adamantine Choreography of Benjamin Millepied for Van Cleef & Arpels

06 December 2014 {1} Comment

The high jewellery house of Van Cleef & Arpels presented the premiere of a brand new choreography by Benjamin Millepied during Miami Art Week, featuring a stage set designed by artist Liam Gillick and music by Philip Glass. [...]

Joyful Pessimism and Other Curiosities by Artist Oddly Head

03 December 2014 No Comments

Through richly detailed and masterfully crafted collages and other artworks, visual artist Oddly Head reflects upon difficult present-day social problems with humour and, naturally, a strong sense of beauty. [...]

Shutters Wide Open: Leica Celebrates its 100 Years

02 December 2014 No Comments
24 October 2014 - 11 January 2015

Leica, one of the world’s leading camera manufacturers, celebrates its 100 year anniversary with a landmark exhibition in Hamburg examining how small-format cameras have affected the history of photography since the introduction of the very first Leica. [...]

Hueso Restaurant, a Curiosity Cabinet of 10,000 Bones in Mexico

30 November 2014 No Comments

An enormous curiosity cabinet painted entirely white, Hueso in Mexico’s Guadalajara city, is a restaurant that’s more of a work of art than anything else - a project of chef Alfonso Cadena and his brother, designer Ignacio Cadena. [...]

Natural Beauty: Dreamy Photography by Ines Kozic

29 November 2014 {4} Comments

Most definitely obsessed with nature, young French photographer Ines Kozic also has a particular love for human hair which she weaves and shapes into almost surreal shapes for her portraits. [...]

Matt Shlian: The Unconventional Artist and Paper Engineer Talks to Yatzer

27 November 2014 {2} Comments

Artist and designer Matt Shlian is a self-professed paper engineer whose work is something of a hybrid between art and science. With a proclivity for both geometry and the medium of paper, he is currently using origami to help engineers consider their work in three dimensions. [...]

House in the Landscape by Kropka Studio

26 November 2014 {1} Comment

Situated in the picturesque hills of the Polish Jura, this small family house designed by Kropka Studio is covered with gabion cages filled with local limestone, referencing the ruins of ancient castles still standing in the surrounding area. [...]

The Renewed INTRO Restaurant and Club in Kuopio, Finland

25 November 2014 No Comments

A classic venue in the Finnish city of Kuopio, restaurant and nightclub Intro, has been renovated by the creative studio of Joanna Laajisto, representing all that is great about Scandinavian design. [...]