French photographer Florent Tanet explores balance and stability using everyday objects without the use of Photoshop. A collaboration with AD Arthur King for Feelings Magazine, see more images from “Equilibrium” below!
Over 30,000 flowers hang in the atrium of Bikini Berlin thanks to London-based artist Rebecca Louise Law’s latest installation. A selection of carnations, roses, orchids etc. (all hand-cut) will gradually change in smell and colour over the course of the display which runs until May 1st. See more images from Garten below!
My friend Sophie Tajan and her friend Angela Blumen have just released another issue of “Sucre”. This issue focuses on the idea of the celestial, featuring work by Merel Bos, Chaya, Ian Lanterman, Manita Songserm, Alina Asmus, Alisa Aiv, Caroline Corbasson.
Have a peek inside the publication, below.
The Emblems Selection Committee have revealed four sets of potential logos for the 2020 Olympics, and Paralympic Games, in Tokyo. You may recall the plagiarism controversy last year regarding the original logo designed by Kenjiro Sano. Amid allegations that Sano copied Belgian designer Olivier Debie, the committee axed Sano’s design. The committee then launched a public design competition to find an appropriate replacement, and it appears the final decision is close.
The designs are being kept anonymous at this point as the public is now invited to share their opinions and vote for their favourite design. Have a look at all the final logo designs below!
Barcelona-based designer Daniel Armengol Altayo’s “#artificialselfie” is a device designed to continuously snap photos of itself and upload them to Instagram. Essentially it’s a robot that acts like a human acting like a robot. Video clip below!