SLTiL : Some Little Things i Like...

Quelques petites choses que j'aime, qui me font réagir (positivement en général) et me donnent envie de les partager.
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COLLAGE - “Tautochronos” by German artist Michel Lamoller.
Fascinating carved photos of people and locations that play with time & place. Titled ‘tautochronos’, it is derived from the Greek combining form “tauto” meaning “same” and word “chronos” meaning “time”. l Via

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DESIGN - “Stumble Upon” by Alessandro Isola l Via

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DOODLES - “I draw on cats” by Bob the Cat and his “Owner”.
Atlanta based artist drawing Bob and other cats into different characters, because they love to make people smile. Hand drawn on Sketchbook Mobile l On Facebook & Instagram

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ART - “Dancing Colors" by Fabian Oefner
A thin plastic foil on top of the membrane of a common loud speaker… hundreds of colorful, tiny crystals onto the foil… and the sound wave has transformed into a visual signal. Sound has become visible.

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CULINARY ART - “Monochrome" Delightful photos of Monochromatic food spreads by Isabella Vacchi l Artist on Tumblr l Via

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DESIGN - “Slash Lamp” by Dragos Motica.
For the furniture brand UBIKUBI, Bucharest designer Dragos Motica has created the Slash Lamp : a concrete lamp that we can smash in order to let the steel wire mesh appear. The frame of the lamp is a little wooden tube. A beautiful design object which concept is destruction. l Via

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PHOTO - An 83-year-old photographer found a box labeled “Mothers” full of images he took almost 50 years ago
Ken Heyman, a renowned and award-winning people photographer, recently uncovered a nearly forgotten treasure in storage – a box labeled “Mothers” that had a beautiful series of images that he shot of mothers around the world nearly 50 years ago.
The 83-year-old photographer shot the images for Family, a book that he co-authored with renowned anthropologist Margaret Mead in 1965. Margaret Mead had been his professor at first, but they later wound up working together on this and other books and projects. Their anthropological collaboration is apparent in the images, as they document motherhood around the world, not just from any one culture’s perspective. l Via & Via

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TYPO - “Have Some Fun” A typographic treasure hunt made with tape, plastic cups, milk crates.
Australian designer Maegan Brown, together with art director Nathan Teoh, graduate Thomas Sweetman and design student Tim Meakins, have created a fun typographic poster.
The team used a cyclone fence as a canvas for their work, spelling out the words “Have Some Fun” with yellow tape, plastic cups and milk crates—they then made it into a poster for The Design Kids paste-up typographic treasure hunt and exhibition titled “Threesome”.
Visitors of the exhibition will have to find their way to these paste-up posters around Northbridge with a map, Instagram and hash tag their findings to win a prize. l Via

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NATURE & DESIGN - Green design ideas inspired by nature l Via

1. & 2. Picnyc Table - Image credits: haikocornelissen.com
3. Grass Flip-Flops - Designed by Kusa
4. Living Moss Bath Mat - Designed by Nguyen La Chanh
5. Growing Jewelry - Designed by  Hafsteinn Juliusson
6. A Wearable Planter - Designed by Colleen Jordan
7. & 8. Green Umbrella Stand - Designed by Simon Enever
9. & 10. Dilston Grove - Designed by Ackroyd & Harvey

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[ ILLUSTRATION ] - “A map of Paris” by Antoine Corbineau.
Sergeant Paper editions l Giclee print on Albrecht Dürer 210 gsm paper l 50x70 cm l Limited edition of 200 l Numbered - Digital signature l Avalaible here l www.antoinecorbineau.comVia

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ILLUSTRATION - Ukiyoe Character series by Takao Nakagawa.
Pop culture icons in style of medieval and traditional Japanese prints/engravings l Via

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INSTALLATIONS - 15th International Garden Festival at “Les Jardins De Métis” in Canada. l Via

1. “Pink Punch” by new york-based Nicholas Croft + Michaela Macleod l Photo by Louise Tanguay
2. “Faire des ronds dans l’eau” by new york-based Diana Balmori l Photo by Louise Tanguay
3. “Tiny Taxonomy” by montréal-based Rosetta Sarah Elkin l Photo by Louise Tanguay
4. & 5. “Réflexions colorées” by montéal-based Hal Ingberg l Photos by J.-C. & L. Hurni
6. “Sacré potager” by montréal-based Atelier Barda Architecture [Patrick Morand, Antonio Di Bacco, Cécile Combelle, Julien Pinard] l Photo by Louise Tanguay
7. “Courtesy of nature” by amsterdam-based Johan Selbing & Anouk Vogel l Photos by J.-C. & L. Hurni

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ART - Shadow art created from everyday objects by Kumi Yamashita l Via

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STREET ART - Xray Graffiti by Shok-1.
Street artist Shok-1 has been weilding a spray can since the ’80s and shows off his precision with aerosol in his series of x-ray-inspired murals. Playing with the translucent nature of spray paint, Shok-1 geometrically arranges femur bones, vertebrae and even insects in abstract patterns. Like his contemporaries Doze Green and Kofie, Shok-1 takes inspiration from the early 20th-century avant-garde movement, referencing the explosive abstract compositions of the Futurists with his meticulously-painted nebulas of floating forms. l Via & Via

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