Cfaal 62

November 1st, 2011

“Cfaal 62” by Jessica Eaton. Jessica is very unhappy with how tumblr is messing up credits.

© Jessica Eaton

found at dvdp

Iris van Herpen

October 20th, 2011

Here’re 3 pieces from Iris van Herpen‘s Capriole collection. I guess they’re more wearable sculptures than fashion.

found at coute que coute

Google Vase

October 10th, 2011

Daniel Michel searched for 8 different vases on Google Images. The rotation outlines of the 8 vases were arranged around a center and connected by minimal surfaces in a 3D construction software. Afterwards the textures were set on the surfaces and the vase was printed by a 3D-Printer in plaster.

found at triangulation blog


September 21st, 2011

I’m quite impressed with the 3D textile textures in Alba Prat her designs.

found at designboom weblog

Specimen Series

August 17th, 2011

The Specimen Series are a new series of nylon fabric objects-replicas of objects from Do Ho Suh his New York home. I guess Staircase is his most known installation.

found at designboom weblog

Broken Houses

August 4th, 2011

The series Broken Houses by Ofra Lapid, is based on photographs of abandoned structures neglected by man and destroyed by the weather. The photographs are found on the internet and used to create small scale models. Afterward the models are photographed again, omitted from their background and placed in gray.

found at acidolatte


August 3rd, 2011

A few months ago, Nicolas Sassoon made an architectural proposal for the online art collective Computers Club. I already liked it back then, but he produced and released an altered version, in just black and white, for ”STREET SHOW: The Things Between US”. Watch it in HD!
Soundtrack by Sara Ludy.

Michael Kukla

August 2nd, 2011

Michael Kukla made these amazing sculptures. He wants to create organic surfaces by drilling and grinding out cellular-like structures in marble or plywood slabs. Very impressive work.

found at Sojamo

Google Melon

July 27th, 2011

Google Melon is Marco Cadioli‘s latest video piece. Lately he’s using Google Earth to create some very interesting work. Make sure to check it out.

Here’re 2 screenshots from 2 variations.

found at Triangulation Blog


Zip Tie Massimal

July 25th, 2011

Design Office Takebayashi Scroggin made this massimal with 20,000 zip ties. A massimal?

Massimals are 1:1 design objects that serve as prototypes to examine how physical form can engage the public realm. These constructs are mass abstractions of animal forms fabricated in systematic fashion from one material. The suggestive forms and their specific arrangement imply docile behavior similar to animals in a petting zoo augmenting the way visitors approach and engage built form.

Okay, but this is still a very impressive project.

found at designboom weblog via this is colossal