Olga Marcinkowska

Olga Marcinkowska

Olga Marcinkowska
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NICOLAS K FELDMEYER EVEN AFTER ALL

NICOLAS K FELDMEYER EVEN AFTER ALL

Austin Young's art perfume, Accident, has each bottle individually and uniquely packaged, numbered and signed. PD

Austin Young's art perfume, Accident, has each bottle individually and uniquely packaged, numbered and signed. PD

Tea packaging

Tea packaging

Two Angle Gradients, Brian Khek (2011) _

Two Angle Gradients, Brian Khek (2011) _

British designer Max Lamb Making of 'Pewter Stool' Cast in the sand of a beach in Cornwall

British designer Max Lamb Making of 'Pewter Stool' Cast in the sand of a beach in Cornwall

Can the shape, texture and colour of cutlery change the way food tastes? Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Jinhyun Jeon created this set of knobbly, bulbous and serrated cutlery to stimulate diners’ full range of senses at the table

Can the shape, texture and colour of cutlery change the way food tastes? Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Jinhyun Jeon created this set of knobbly, bulbous and serrated cutlery to stimulate diners’ full range of senses at the table

Physically manipulated surrealism

Physically manipulated surrealism

Motoi Yamamoto (previously here and here) meticulously sculpts large scale installations formed from salt, tiny lines delicately arranged on the floor of galleries and museums. In his latest exhibition titled “Univer’sel,” Yamamoto has created two pieces in a 13th-century medieval castle in Aigues-Mortes, located in the south of France.

Motoi Yamamoto (previously here and here) meticulously sculpts large scale installations formed from salt, tiny lines delicately arranged on the floor of galleries and museums. In his latest exhibition titled “Univer’sel,” Yamamoto has created two pieces in a 13th-century medieval castle in Aigues-Mortes, located in the south of France.

Seven 30-Foot-Tall Dayglow Totems Placed in the Desert by Ugo Rondinone

Seven 30-Foot-Tall Dayglow Totems Placed in the Desert by Ugo Rondinone

Peter Kogler “Next”, ING Art Center, Brussel.

Peter Kogler “Next”, ING Art Center, Brussel.