Pierre Hermé Creates An Edible Easter Homage To Artist Beat Zoderer

Swiss Artist Beat Zoderer is best known for his multi-banded colored metal sculptures which spherical ones resemble rubber band balls, globes and eggs. When Paris based confectioner Pierre Hermé first encountered Zoderer’s work, he admired his paintings before discovering the singular power and grace of his metal sculptures. This led Hermé to the idea of paying tribute to the sculptor by freely taking inspiration from it. (more…)

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Brandalism. Fashion Branded Spray Paint Cans.

Designer Antonio Brasko’s project, Brandalism, is a study on the influence of street art and graffiti in the fashion world. Through the use of brand logos and logotypes, iconic colors, and spray cans, Brandalism seeks to reintroduce the ideology of vandalism, branding and fashion from an experimental design perspective. (more…)

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The Incredible Whimsical Steampunk Sculptures of Stephane Halleux.

You may not be familiar with the name Stéphane Halleux, but if you saw the Oscar-winning animated short, Mr. Hublot, you’ve already seen some of his work. I’d been following his talents for awhile and was thrilled with the recognition Mr. Hublot received at the 2014 Academy Awards. (more…)

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Pop Culture Carved Crayons By Hoang Tran Will Color You Excited.

Although not the first artist to carve images from Crayola crayons, Hoang Tran of Sunnyvale, carves his in even more detailed likenesses than our other favorite Crayon carver, Diem Chau, and adds painted details. And since he is lesser known, his are actually available for purchase at an affordable price. (more…)

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