Florentijn Hofman’s giant Rubber Duck has been brightening major cities across the globe since 2007. The Rubber Duck will next be exhibited at Beijing Design Week this September to highlight awareness of copyright issues. A recent appearance of the Rubber Duck in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour attracted not only 8million visitors, but several unofficial giant … Read More
Orly Genger hand knots reclaimed industrial rope together to create these grand sculptures. We really admire the precision that goes into making these works of art – These blocks of colour appear simple at first glance, yet are complex and intricate up close. The 1.4 million feet of rope(!) is currently installed in Madison Squrea … Read More
Celebrating spring Indian Holi festival of colour can be a messy business…While like the idea of all this paint flying around we’re not planning an impromptu paint bombing party of the studio just yet. Perhaps instead we’ll take to the great outdoors like Spanish Photographer Lola Guerrera. ‘Nebula Humilis’ by Lola Guerrera
Turner prize winning conceptual artist Jeremy Deller is one of a handful of artists transforming Hong Kong’s West Kowloon district with inflatable art as part of the Mobile M+ exhibition.
Take 48 kilometres of yarn(!) a large gallery space and combine with American installation artist Pae White… “Too Much Night, Again”
Doug Johnston is an artist and designer working in New York City. This unique collection of seating is created using coiled cotton rope – we like it’s familiar linear texture and subtle tones. See here.
The Grand National is this weekend and everyone here is picking their horse. Our money is on German Expressionists of Die Blaue Reiter Group – specifically Franc Marc’s Blue Rider.
We like people that share our belief that colour improves things. Dihzahyners are group of artists and designers working to make Beirut ‘more beautiful through colour’ these steps included.
As we near April and hope the weather will be warming up soon, it would seem the March hares are out in force… Created by Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth
Take a minute of your time and watch something beautiful. ‘Marcel, King of Tervuren’ directed by Tom Schroeder