When walking around the pop-up shop, you pass living movies on walls and ceiling from „Pearl Harbor“ to „8 & 1/2 weeks“ – every second, every frame of them.
21-year-old physiotherapy student Robert Dziura from Poland creates beautiful gourd lampshades that can give your room a completely new feel. Cracow-based Robert carefully drills various patterns into the dried shells of the gourd fruit, that originates from Africa.
New York based artist and designer Kevin Champeny must really like gummy bears. Therefore he decided to incorporate them in home furnishing and design. Champeny created a “Candelier” – a chandelier made out of over 3,000 acrylic gummy bears.
Have you ever considered bringing digital art to your bedroom, more precisely – on your pillow? Well, you might just be too late because Benjamin Berg (aka Stallio) has already done it. He created a magnificent set of throw pillow covers in glitch style. And. boy, are they colorful! Surely, is a treat for everyone’s eyes. Pixelated, in the form of corrupted data pillow cases are an excellent instance of the modern art approaching our everyday lives.
If you have recently been thinking about redecorating your room and don’t mind picking flowers in the fields, we have just the right idea for you. German artist Regine Ramseier created a gorgeous art installation by hanging 2000 dandelions down the ceiling. All the flowers were first hand-picked by the artist herself; then each puff-ball had to be sprayed separately with an adhesive in order to prevent the fuzz from being blown away.
Traveling by train is not always the most pleasant part of your day, but for some lucky commuters in Paris it just might become a highlight. A French commuter train, riding in Paris, has been dressed up as if it were the palace of Versailles. RER C Rail Lines have face-lifted their train in May, giving their customers the feeling as if they were in the palace, overlooking the formal gardens of the palace of Versailles.