Nouvelles Images Mona Lisa Wall Sticker
by Evan Orensten
on 18 September 2009
Vital Vinyl Toilet Graphics
by Ami Kealoha
Toilets say a lot about the people who use them. Vital, a vendor on the DIY product website Etsy, has created decals specifically to be used on porcelain thrones. Now you can dress up your bowl with something a bit more stylish than a fuzzy lid cover...
by Carol T Chung
All You Need is Sticker Graphics
by Josh Spear
YouWorkForThem has a great selection of design, art, and very hip books and magazines. This is a book entitled "All You Need is Sticker Graphics", which takes a look at the culture of stickers as an art medium. Stickering, has always been a fast...
Removable fabric wall decals designed to help kids get crafty
by Karen Day
Kids are fickle. Keeping them entertained is a never-ending problem for parents. Enter Sticky Tiki, a creative solution in the form of reusable wall decals, originally hand-painted and printed by a crafty couple in Napier, New Zealand. Made from...
by Josh Rubin
Elisheva Biernoff and Jen Smith founded Decoradar to make art an integral part of the home. They create custom murals for their clients that are responsive to both the space and the client. Check out their portfolio for some fun examples.
by Josh Rubin
One might guess that Leo Villareal. Leo is a master of light. He programs movements in to lighting arrays creating an organic, yet artificial environment. His work scales from little light boxes to massive building side installations. These photos...
by Lost At E Minor
The most popular means of transportation in Bangladesh and the some of Southeast Asia is the rickshaw. A mode of human powered transport, in Dhaka (the capital of Bangladesh) there are over 600,000, and this makes for some stiff competition for business...
Brad Teasdale Mosaics
by Max Gold
Brooklyn-based artist, Brad Teasdale, blends contemporary concrete and glass design with classical mosaic craftsmanship. Teasdale's aesthetic stems from a juxtaposition of the materials themselves. He combines glass, concrete, wood, and steel...
The Dutch Touch Art: Hand-Painted Oils
by CH Contributor
by Tisha Leung Preserving the style of painting popular during the Netherlands'; Golden Age, the Dutch Touch Art Company's newest collection of oil paintings celebrates the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson's discovery of Manhattan. Other reproductions...
Richard Woods Home Makeover
by Karen Day
London-based designer Richard Woods extends his Apartment Therapy
Fante Asafo Flags
Not long after Paul Smith's furniture and curiosity shop opened on Albemarle Street in London's Mayfair about a year and a half ago, I went in and was immediately drawn to a large, colourful and undeniably African flag that hung on the wall...
Link About It: This Week's Picks
Upside-down ice fishing, where to go skinny dipping and a room exploded with stickers—highlights from the web this week
by CH Editors
1. Skittish Tree Bringing dynamic visual evidence of the impact of the sounds we make, the sound-reactive projection, Skittish Tree, offers a multi-sensory experience in the storefront of JS55 on Clinton Street in New York City. While soft sounds...