Dutch artist and designer Renée Boute puts rejected produce to good use by making items out of fruit and vegetable fibres. Boute creates paper out of discarded peppers, eggplants, apples, strawberries and other produce from farms around the Netherlands,…
Logs in lighting: Forest Lights by Chari Cohen echo the texture of tree bark in translucent porcelain clay, presenting logs as pendant lamps, lighting to a warm and comfortable glow.
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There are several new additions to MOCOVOTE including this stool with legs made from forked branches.
Floating on farmland: Santa María House by Etcheberrigaray + Matuschka, on fruit farmland in Santa María, Chile, is built on pilotis to raise it above the flood irrigation used for the surrounding fruit trees.
Czech cubism inspired: The geometry of Porcelain Set Tableware by Svetlana Kozhenov “refers to Czech cubism” with the shape of each piece derived from Kozhenov’s earlier Lilia Porcelain bowls.
Jan De Vliegher’s brightly hued fish cut through dark, watery depths like a visual exclamation. The artist captures the movement as the fish just slip out of our grasp.
Each of Richard Timperio’s new abstracts is pulled off in a single session during which the artist lets it all happen in one fell swoop, mixing the paint on the canvas. “My desire is to saturate the canvas with…
Post-halogen: Capsule & Neutron Lights by Martin Nievergelt re-imagine sleek, minimal, rail-mounted lighting using high-quality LED, with the ultraflat, futuristic Capsule and the technical, twin-lens Neutron, both in aluminum with acrylic lenses, for Swiss high-end lighting brand, Monolicht.
The characters that are the subjects of Eric van Straaten’s 3D printed sculptures seem to have come out of a collection of contemporary fairytales.