Nouvelles Images Mona Lisa Wall Sticker
by Evan Orensten
on 18 September 2009
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.
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...
Have a weird Christmas with a bird-legged ornament
by Jacob Resneck
For a creepy Christmas, Conceptual artist Peter Eudenbach sculpted 100 of these pieces called "Chimera," a sort of traditional Christmas ornament-with-legs. Eudenbach formed the globe itself from turquoise glass, attaching a set of cast pewter bird...
Michael Leon + Arkitip Vexhall Series
The artist creates new flags as part of his ongoing project
by CH Contributor
by Eva Glettner Both an artist and an art director, Michael Leon never strays far from the tenacity and enthusiasm he picked up as a skateboarder in the late '80s. He blends a DIY attitude with finely honed skills perfectly, and the results are...
by Evan Orensten
I'm a bit obsessive-compulsive about removing stickers, so every time I have to change one of NY's several extra-sticky windshield permits, it reminds me of how much joy Sticker Shield brings. Instead of applying the sticker to the windshield...
Buddies by Apparatus
Geometric sconces in brass and glass designed for bold, customizable wall installations
by Julie Wolfson
While scanning the stands in the Barker Hanger at Santa Monica's West Edge Design Fair last week, the Apparatus booth gave off a beckoning glow. The design studio's stunning light fixtures—which combine new and salvaged components made from glass...
"Osmosi" by Emmanuel Babled
The designer teams up with Italian craftsmen for a pairing of marble and glass
by Paolo Ferrarini
Some products own the rare ability to combine magic and technology, craftsmanship and digitalization, uniqueness and industrial processes—but Emmanuel Babled's latest project, called "Osmosi," incorporates all of that. Babled's pre-production research...
Lucite Sculptures by Phillip Low
Sculptural wonderment wrangling light across the color spectrum
by David Graver
Artist Phillip Low returns to the market with four one-of-a-kind pieces. Hand-crafted from the high-grade acrylic medium Lucite, these geometric shapes manipulate their environment and dazzle with colorful light dexterity. The new 2013 pieces—called...
Snarkitecture's latest design holds up the goods at Grey Area's new NYC shop and showroom
by Karen Day
Since launching last July, Grey Area has become a choice online destination for those seeking unique, artist-designed objects, from "Best Friends" skateboards to handmade headpieces. After opening pop-ups in Montauk last summer and then at the Bass...
by Ami Kealoha
A series of original acrylic artwork magnets by Australian designers who call themselves Skaffs, the appropriately named Skaffnets are little original vinyl artworks for your fridge or any other magnetic surface. The Mai series has been designed...
Sans Form Art Prints
Minimalist posters donning bright and bold, but simple designs
by Graham Hiemstra
Though some creatives have questioned the effectiveness of teamwork in recent years, there's no denying strength in numbers when it comes to unique collectives like Sans Form, a recently launched hub and web store hosting an ever-changing group...
Framed Textile Art from St. Frank
The young social enterprise sources the woven and embroidered from artisans around the world
by Nara Shin
Photographs, paintings and posters have been the standard go-tos for sprucing up apartment walls, and now SF-based St. Frank would like to us consider another option: textiles sourced from around the world. And forget those mass-produced tapestry...