You’re in the market for a new tee and you’ve gone to every store you can possibly think of, but still can’t find the one you’re looking for. So now you have two choices: either sell out and grab a tee that’s not quite you but has a famous logo emblazoned across the front, or you grab an FAQ tee.
Belgium-based graphic designer Delphine Courier has created a series of geometric cat houses that are as classy as they are eco-friendly. Made from cardboard and assembled without glue, Courier made these to satisfy her passion for both cats and design.
New York City? Forget the skyline. Photographer Navid Baraty, who has captured an impressive view of NYC from leaning off skyscrapers rooftops 50 floors above ground, recently had his unusual snaps adorning the walls of the Bowling Green subway station. As Baraty told Fast CoExist: ‘You feel the energy and flow of the city — […]
I really like the acrylic art objects made by the Toronto fine art studio, Klash Inside. Their pieces are all handmade, made to reflect light. The clean, geometric patterns have an architectural feel to them, and won’t look out of place anywhere.
The first thing that strikes you when you see these paintings is the bright contrasting colours, form and how they interact with the surrounding space. Hugh Byrne operates out of his studio in Cape Town, South Africa where he finds himself influenced mostly by the city. The paintings are created by combining multiple layers of household […]
The Peter Pilotto fashion label takes the concept of dress-up to the next level. Imagine being able to transform yourself into a new, more powerful, alien character every time you get dressed in the morning. Between the chaotic geometric patterns and powerful silhouettes, women are invited to change their image like a reptile changes its skin.
Brett Freund ignores all those age-old stereotypes associated with ceramics. Put away the patchouli, these vessels take formation by pulling personality out of street art, classic tattoo flash, hyper-dimensional geometric forms and most importantly, bling. Combining contemporary pop critique with traditional technique, we are left to wonder about the difference between decorative and functionality.
Esther Stocker paints graphic canvases of grid-like black and white geometric abstractions and then brings them to life with large art installations that alter your perceptions of spatial reality.