Animal Farm is a series of six animal form lamps, made from upcycled glass bottles by industrial designer Nishi Chauhan. These fun and playful creatures were created using a wood and lac turnery craft of Channapatna in Karnataka, India. The perfect combination of old and new, these product define the 21st Century's sustainable art and are a perfect centerpiece in your living room, or maybe your kids bedroom.
Brooklyn-based artist Aakash Nihalani embellishes the urban landscape with his fluorescent geometric shapes that float in midair and cut through buildings, skewing the perspective and disorienting the viewer.
Originally trained as a painter, Cayce Zavaglia turned to a more unconventional mean of representing people's portraits. Her "paintings" are actually embroidered artworks, that from a distance look like photorealistic paintings, but when seen up-close, the needle
This fantastic housewares collection is the creation of dutch industrial designer Debbie Wijskam. Black Ruby is a series of pots and bowls handcrafted from recycled rubber powder. The technique of creating these unique pieces was developed by Debbie herself,
Mix-matching classic style with cutting edge technology, this amazing collection of hovering lamps steps out of the sci-fi world, right into your living room, jazzing up the space and creating a timeless visual conversation piece.
Barely used anymore, pens have become stylish and luxurious writing instruments, combining innovation and design, with traditional craftsmanship, as well as reflecting the owner's status. Here's a collection of one-of-a-kind steampunk pens that will make you stand
Frank Tjepkema is the mastermind behind the Tjep. brand, a studio of incredibly creative designers that bring a little bit of Amsterdam into the world of product design. From accessories, to furniture and installations, the team breaks the conventional, reflecting
Michael Sweere is a talented artist from Minneapolis, whose work consists in fine art mosaics, created with recycled materials like paper packaging items, tins, cans, glasses, coffee cups, dishes, plates, or any other type of material that can be cut into pieces