Brazilian artist Vik Muniz was working at grand scales when the idea of squeezing a castle into a grain of sand came to him: ‘I used to work in a smaller studio and my work had a certain scale and then I realized that by moving to a larger studio, my work sort of expanded, reaching up to 500 meters in diameter’.
I wonder if these women knew what they were signing up for when they signed on as models! Spanish-based photographer Juan Sanchez Castillo is behind this quirky photo series called Making It Up. The collection features photos which ‘animate tiny workers and children interacting with the female’s facial features’. A nose becomes a snow-covered slope, […]
This is what happens when modern technology meets old-school elegance. The design of this lovely King Edison Pendant Lamp was born when Young and Battaglia mixed the simple concept of Edison’s lightbulb with the classic glamour of a Kings chandelier.
Snow globes may be cheesy mementos of the eighties, but there’s something about seeing a complete little world enclosed in a little bubble that elevates it beyond mere kitsch. Designed by Thomas Doyle, the little dioramas in this series are leagues beyond snow globes. But the sense of child-like wonder their intricate construction evokes is […]