Crafted by hand, made from a variety of miscellaneous scrap woods- mainly pallets- by Design Studio Hendzel + Hunt.
Ultra thin side table, made from solid steel by Design-Jay
via yanko design
Hand block-printed and embroidered wallpaper by Custom (buy here)
via apartment therapy
Quality home products from studio Amor De Madre, established in 2006 under the leadership of designer Ernest Perera.
Wall turnkey (beech wood + magnet)- designer Tomàs Bedós
Spoon for infusions (Boxwood)- designer Ernest Perera, handmade by the craftsman Miquel Faig
Carving board for cooking (Polyethylene natural)- designer Ernest Perera
Support for garbage (stainless steel) designer Ernest Perera
Ecoproduct Award from “Departament de Medi Ambient de Catalunya”
Buy on line here
Rocker, chair and bar stool made out of disposable wood, from a series of furniture made by studio Shiner and designer / craftsman Joe Manus
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Chloe Scadding specializes in mixed media surface design, creating high-end fabrics for the Fashion and Interior market.
“Upon its head, with red extended mouth and solitary eye of fire, sat the hideous beast whose craft had seduced me into murder, and whose informing voice had consigned me to the hangman.”
Edgar Allan Poe’s The Black Cat
Street LED artworks by OJO SEÑOR in BCN
Installation titled “Deconstructing Ways” by artist Isidro Blasco @ Mullins Street and Market Row, part of Art & About Sydney festival (until January 31, 2012).
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prv. post on Isidro Blasco here
Series of photos playing with light and long exposures, by Mexican photographer Roberta Marroquín Doria
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From the series “Flamboya” by photographer Viviane Sassen
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Ant lovers (freaks?) of the world, rejoice. Your can now have your ant-farm projected to your ceiling and try to sleep while observing your tiny friends… Uncle Milton has your kit and the Wired an extensive “know-why” about ants.
Table lamp “Jargon”, w/a real snake in alcohol, from the series of decorative furniture and lighting “Freak show” by Kobo Sin.
via Yanko design
Artist Space Invader first works in South America, using local tiles.
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New works from artist Amy Casey (prev. seen here)
Foodscapes by Australian photographer Carl Warner are 19th century-like compositions of landscapes made of vegetables, cold cuts and pretty much anything edible one can find in the supermarket.