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Thursday 27 September, 2012

Fenn Young Designers Award Competition

Open to all young creative minds from all parts of the world from the ages of 18-33, the Fenn Young Designers Award competition is seeking creative, innovative proposals that explore the interpretation of Organic” using the following mediums: Architecture, Interior design, Product design, Fashion design, Photography, and Painting. How do you interpret “Organic” if you [...]


Thursday 27 September, 2012

Fenn Young Designers Award Competition

Open to all young creative minds from all parts of the world from the ages of 18-33, the Fenn Young Designers Award competition is seeking creative, innovative proposals that explore the interpretation of Organic” using the following mediums: Architecture, Interior design, Product design, Fashion design, Photography, and Painting. How do you interpret “Organic” if you [...]


Thursday 21 June, 2012

Lessons from Stanley Tigerman

In April, Black Spectacles filmed a discussion with Stanley Tigerman and the AIA Chicago Education Knowledge Committee revealing an intimate look at Tigerman’s 60+ years in the profession in his own words. The discussion is guided by a series of questions from the audience that send Tigerman into stories from his experiences, his attitude towards the profession [...]


Friday 30 March, 2012

Ballerina-Inspired Giselle Lounge Table From Russia

What happens when creativity meets passion? Here is a good example – the Giselle Lounge Table was born out of Russian interior and product designer Anna Neklesa’s passion for beauty and ballet. Its round tabletop  – made of steel or powder-coated aluminum – were bent to form pouches underneath that resemble a ballerina’s tutu. Elegant [...]


Friday 30 March, 2012

Ballerina-Inspired Giselle Lounge Table From Russia

What happens when creativity meets passion? Here is a good example the Giselle Lounge Table was born out of Russian interior and product designer Anna Neklesa’s passion for beauty and ballet. Its round tabletop  made of steel or powder-coated aluminum were bent to form pouches underneath that resemble a ballerina’s tutu. Elegant oak wood legs [...]


Thursday 29 September, 2011

A Different Type of Gun Store by Artist Monte A. Smith

Guns are always better when completely devoided of their atrocious function. Perhaps this was the message that artist Monte A. Smith wanted to send out when designing The Gun Store, an art installation featuring highly controversial objects on display. Monte A. Smith just recently became interested in interactivity and installation. Outside of digital art and [...]


Thursday 25 March, 2010

“England’s Dreaming Chair”, Not Exactly Dreamy

We would be very interested to know what you guys think of this “England’s Dreaming” chair design. Recently exhibited at the Stroom Gallery in The Hague, this unusual seating item combines a regular armchair surface with that of an improvised and miniature English landscape. It is said to be a form of art dating back [...]