Hooligan, multi-purpose bike assembled by the american firm Cannondale, allies resistance of the cross vehicle and practicability of the urban bicycle. Aluminum frame, from the solid Delta V (1996), 20 inches wheels and sportive line, the Hooligan will respond to the needs of an ecologist citizen or of a sunday walker. From 600 to 900$ depending on [...]
Our favorite diva, Jill Scott, comes back on “Shame”, a track, featuring Eve, announcing her fourth album “Light of The Sun”, the first with Warner Music. And if we add this detail, it is because the singer, after a long trial, and to free herself from her former label (Hidden Beach), had to accept the commercialization for them of [...]
Made by the French architect and designer René Herbst for his own use, this desk and this chair respond to his modernist vision. Anxious to imagine and achieve the democratization of Art taking profit of the industrialization of the production means, he’ll push towards the use of affordable materials such as glass or steel, and will co-found the UAM [...]
Matthew Small, member of the Black Rat Project, just as Elbow Toe, comes from the London’s urban theatre. Born in 1975, he now paints portraits of anonymous people randomly pictured or filmed, with, as only leitmotiv, the concentration on creative art detached from any overhanging identity. Propensity to sacrilege and obsession for the after-effects, his [...]
Digital photographer undeniably talented, such that he now works with prestigious brands or to is juxtaposed next to the major names of the discipline, Martin Stranka (Prague – Czech Republic) enters his shots between old-fashioned 9 mm and timeless surrealism (a visual aesthetic that Russian Eugene Soloviev shares too).
Floating of the dream, immensity of the perspectives he [...]
Work of the russian trio Dopludo Collective (from french 2+2), this wood console for laptops allies ergonomics, design and utility. Integrated under-compartement, maintaining groove and precise incline for a precious and smart accessory. Over the unstable computers or the fans blocked by a soft and badly placed blanket.
Based on the idea of redundancy, the Caterpillar and Caterpillar Trestle Series of Kawamura Ganjavian offer benches, stools and trestles. Characterized by the amount of legs and their asymmetric layout, these furnitures are centered around the chosen aesthetic brightness and give the impression of movement, just as Toot Chen’s Animorfia. Complementary informations available on the
Modernity obsessive fear, the intimacy in a megalopolis looking for space founds the theme of the Mishima House, imagined by Keiji Ashizawa. Made in 2010 (Tokyo), this house erects on three floors, placing the rooms with major intimate needs on the lower levels, and the kitchen, living room or the office at the top of the dwelling, [...]