Beatriz G.

product-design-hub:

Cnc milled objects

designboom:

miguel chevalier spreads magic carpets over sacre coeur in morocco:
all images courtesy of miguel chevalier

read more about the psychedelic kaleidoscope of moving pixels, whirling about to people’s movements and music here: http://www.designboom.com/art/miguel-chevalier-magic-carpets-2014-sacre-coeur-morocco-04-11-2014/

workman:

cross-connect:

A series of Skulls sculptures, by no other than Jim Skull.
I’m not sure if that is his real name, or he’s just that committed to his art, either way I admire the dedication and the work. 

(Source: cross-connect, via monstereatsdesign)

10knotes:

thousands of flower petals covering a town, blasted from a neighboring volcano, in Costa Rica.


photographer Nick Meek.
commercial shot for Sony.

[INTENSE KISS KISS FALL IN LOVE]

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

(Source: justgo-up, via breezymoon)

nevver:

Cement Eclipses

(Source: cementeclipses.com)

worclip:

Haluz Rocking Chair (2013) by Tomáš Vacek

Photographed by Jiří Kostka Vacek

Materials: solid ash wood, willow branches
Dimensions: L 900mm x W 600mm x H 800mm

A clean and straight line unites with wild and impenetrable branches. Simple beauty with sense for material.

(via monstereatsdesign)

cultureseed:

Inspired by the classic leather notebooks, ‘Got Chess?’ is a fully functional chess set, but stripped to its essentials. By working with the silhouettes of the pieces, it walks the line between 2D and 3D. Because of this, only the ones who are playing have a complete overview of the pieces on the board. Bystanders will have to do with seeing lines move around on the board.

The set is lasercut (thanks to FabLab Genk) and hand varnished, so the natural wood grains would remain visible. It contains 4 tablets (2 for the black & white pieces and 2 to create the chessboard) of the same size each and a leather cover which also serves as a pad to play on. There are no screws, hinges, glue, or any other type of materials used, therefore there is no assembly necessary, and each single piece can easily be replaced.

More here

(via monstereatsdesign)

Stunning patterns created by artist Mikhail Sadovnikov 

(Source: cantgeddynuffofthatbass, via monstereatsdesign)