• Heart stroke: Pia Maria Rader: Sea Anemone by Pia Maria Rader
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    Heart stroke: Pia Maria Rader: Sea Anemone by Pia Maria Rader

    Share 29 29 +1 We love the collection of organic coffee and side tables created by the German designer Pia Maria Rader! True sculptures inspired by the sea, they are beautiful and astonishing. Body moving, these tables designed by Pia Maria rader are composed of many lacquered wood stems (nearly 16000!) Planted on a natural wood panel. Their legs are made of concrete for a foolproof stability. Their forms evoking the anemones are organic and aesthetic. It’s a blow of heart! (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/169025792244401018/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/334814553531518096/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/325103666836261386/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/325103666836261389/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/497858933792367508/ ) See Pia Maria Rader’s website: http://www.pmr.design/

  • Perspectives crossed between two artists: Claude Alexandre and Michel Haillard
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    Perspectives crossed between two artists: Claude Alexandre and Michel Haillard

    An astonishing encounter between two worlds, one photographic, the other phantasmagorical furniture, for an intriguing exhibition where the photography reveals the bodies and where the furniture receives them. Two particular and singular universes will meet for an exhibition entitled FETICHH. Forty black and white fetish photographs signed Claude Alexandre, photographer (deceased in 2010) will be exhibited with the installation of the spooky furniture specially made for the event created by Michel Haillard, universe creator. It is an amazing encounter between extravagant furniture made from animal skins, horns and precious materials that are extraordinarily assembled to create sculpture-furniture where animality is sublimated with grace and respect, in association with body photography.…

  • Discovery: Exhibition Isabelle RIBOT "Carving Canvas"
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    Discovery: Exhibition Isabelle RIBOT "Carving Canvas"

    A beautiful discovery at the gallery LdeO & Co in Paris in the Marais district on the occasion of the opening of Isabelle Ribot, French artist living in Brazil in Sao Paulo! On the occasion of the vernissage on June 15, 2017 at the LdeO & Co gallery, I was able to discover an inspired and inspiring artist. Isabelle Ribot exercises her talent on canvases up to 30 meters long and 2 meters high! Her source of inspiration: the Brazil she discovered in 1986 where she practices her job as a visual artist and creates her world. Isabelle Ribot’s artistic approach tells a story that can be followed along her…

  • Blow of heart: the hanging nests of Porky Hefer
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    Blow of heart: the hanging nests of Porky Hefer

    Share 22 22 +1 Love for the hanging nests made by Porky Hefer! Like cocoons or bird’s nests, these seats are original, funny and intriguing. The South African designer Porky Hefer has created suspended seats like bird nests or cocoons that can be found in nature. Made with sugar cane, leather and raffia, these seats showcase the local craftsmanship by focusing on comfort, the cultural and artistic tradition of his country but also a touch of humor. These hanging nests are amazing, it’s a real favorite! (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/139259813458560048/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/298363544050423688/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/517702919651778993/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/254312710189120765/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/427630927104279920/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/308496643211847850/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/42995371420700348/ ) (source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/369295238180451654/ )…

  • Novelty in my activities!
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    Novelty in my activities!

    If decoration and design fascinate me, I wanted to explore the pictorial art through watercolor. For me symbol of power and expression, I explore this mixture of pigments and water that offers infinite possibilities. Watercolor is not only the representation of obsolete landscapes, seascapes, mountain scenery or still lifes. If it is an old technique, demanding and sensitive, it has attracted many renowned artists. It was used by our ancestors in the caves of Lascaux, in the Middle Ages on the illuminations to be abandoned in favor of the oil painting sovereign. Today revisited, widely used in China on many works, its transparency and delicacy reveal infinite possibilities. I wanted…