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FUORISALONE 2015: COSA VEDERE A VENTURA LAMBRATE

Eccomi di nuovo in Ventura Lambrate, ve l'ho detto che è la mia zona preferita! La più fresca, la più giovane, dove si vedono davvero le novità e si possono scoprire i designer di domani! Qui coltivo il mio sogno di headhunter! Ve l'avevo promesso che sarebbe stato tutto pronto! Guardate che differe

Stationery Container by Daniel & Emma. Photography by Rodrick Bond. Object Photography, Still Life Photography, Conceptual Photography, Product Photography, Food Photography, E Design, Graphic Design, Grid Design, Desk Stationery

Industrial Design by Daniel Emma | Inspiration Grid

South Australian designers Daniel To and Emma Aiston established their studio “DANIEL EMMA” in 2008, with the vision of expressing their thoughts through Industrial Design.…

Heather Phillipson, immediately and for a short time balloons weapons too-tight clothing worries of all kinds Courtesy the artist and Rowing Design Set, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Gropius Bau, Appropriation Art, Internet Art, Mood Images, New Media Art, Video Installation

10 Smart Art Buys in London This Spring - artnet News

artnet News offers a list of 10 smart spring buys of works by emerging artists on view throughout London, including artists Ziad Antar and Jesse Wine.

Radical Italian Furniture" from Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari. Italian Furniture, Cheap Furniture, Furniture Removal, Furniture Design, Desert Dream, Polyurethane Foam, Occult, Ny Times, Bookshelves

The 1968 Torneraj armchair by Giorgio Ceretti, Pietro Derossi and Riccardo Rosso is made of expandable polyurethane foam that gives way when you sit on its rounded surface. Here, placed on top of a mountain range, it deceptively appears to be made of tougher material. But look closely, and you can see paint cracking and the foam peeking through. From "1968: Radical Italian Furniture," from Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.