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German designer Hannes Grebin has created a range of living room furniture based on 1970s German domestic decor. // I tried to dissect the familiar image of Cosiness like in movies or television, this very illustrative Cozy of the German 70s, to creatively rearticulate it. I wanted to dissolve the otherwise clear symmetry of furniture and it's just visually coded function (A couch looks like a couch - is a couch ...)

Cozy Furniture by Hannes Grebin

A different slant on the Granny Rise and Recline Chair Hannes Grebin wing chair of the Bauhaus School.

Le Amants Du Pont Neuf

Le Amants Du Pont Neuf

An interesting design of bowl which looks like it's been filmed with a high speed camera dropping from a height, then freeze framed

Bois darc Wood Splash Bowl 1 by DannyKamerath on Etsy - Tom's Woodworking Shed

"Open Black Box" by Tom Friedman i like this because not only is it precarious in that it is balanced on a corner, but the fact that it is in itself incomplete - the viewer can see the gallery walls, the viewer can see the inside of this 'box' but it's really just an illusion of an emotion.

"Open Black Box" by Tom Friedman i like this because not only is it precarious in that it is balanced on a corner, but the fact that it is in itself incomplete - the viewer can see the gallery walls, the viewer can see the inside of this 'box' but it's re

- Vous pensiez sincèrement que notre cher PDG allait accepter de limiter sa hausse de salaire à seulement 100% sans réagir!…. Gerhard GLUCK (Germany)

- Vous pensiez sincèrement que notre cher PDG allait accepter de limiter sa hausse de salaire à seulement 100% sans réagir!…. Gerhard GLUCK (Germany)

Types Of Kids Room Decorating Ideas And Inspiration For Wall ...

Types Of Kids Room Decorating Ideas And Inspiration For Wall

Types Of Kids Room Decorating Ideas And Inspiration For Wall . if we ever had a play room

Valentin Ruhry - Ziehen (Pull), 2008

Pared-Down Sculptures That Render Everyday Objects Surreal Austrian artist Valentin Ruhry contemplates "false universalisms" at his latest solo show.

The work of Québec-born graphic designer Julien Vallée practically leaps off the screen, and in some cases literally, as in a paper sculpture that he did for the 2008 Illustrative Zurich Festival. Spray from a can explodes through a stark black background into a thousand primary-colored shards, for a sculpture that is so dynamic, you can hardly believe it isn't moving.

Julien Vallée

This is the 'Paper Sculpture' created for the main exhibition of Illustrative Zürich festival 2008 by graphic designer Julien Vallée.

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Austrian artist Markus Hofer creates “objects” by intervening directly with that…