The Deeply Beautiful (and a Little Bit Sad) Illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng

Curator: Rev. Fredrik Öst IV
date: March 20, 2015
Categories: Art, Illustration
Tags: illustration
Selected Portraits III by Hsiao-Ron Cheng
There are so many illustrators out there with so many different styles. However, Hsiao-Ron Cheng's style is quite unique. It not only incorporates, beauty but also a tone of melancholy as well as romance. Her way of drawing isn't limited to a certain illustration style, but capture something deeper. She's amazing.
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The Consistently Amazing Work by Toilet Paper Magazine's Pierpaolo Ferrari

Curator: Rev. Fredrik Öst IV
date: March 19, 2015
Categories: Art, Book & Magazine Design, Photography
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We have a hard time describing Pierpaolo Ferrari and his work. It's provocative, engaging, daring, dirty, clean, bold, colorful, and mad. From his own website to the infamous Toilet Paper Magazine, it's all genius. Ferrari is a great photographer and artist.
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Collaborative Cooking Brings Top Chefs and Designers Together

Curator: Rev. Fredrik Öst IV
date: March 17, 2015
Categories: Art, Experience Design
Tags: food
PJADAD, Christian Isberg, Carl Berglöf, and Lasse Korsgaard made a project that makes our heart pound a bit harder. It's a interactive machine that cooks food linked up to a digital platform where top chefs from around the world would cook together. In the chef world there are a lot of huge egos, so how would five of them manage to collaborate about what ingredients to add, how much salt to pour in, and how long it should boil?
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"Air France, France is in the air" by BETC

Curator: Rev. Fredrik Öst IV
date: March 16, 2015
Categories: Advertising, Brand & Identity Design
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BETC is not known for being an independent agency, nor for being brave and doing bold campaigns. However their new campaign for Air France has been bold and colorful, exactly the way we like it. They take a pretty stiff and corporate brand and turn it into something bold and beautiful. It's bravery we see here and it's something we always embrace.
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Is This the Most Surprising Location for a Pop-up Restaurant?

Curator: Blok Design
date: March 13, 2015
Categories: Architecture
Tags: food

This idea should get an award just for best use of a frozen river. Raw, a gallery based in Winnipeg, Canada, has embraced the city's arctic climes by creating a fine dining experience situated literally atop the Assiniboine and Red Rivers. Now in its third year, they invite architecture firms from around the world to submit a design. 


This year's winning proposal is from OS31. It was the startling simplicity of shapes that caught our eye and made us wish, for a brief moment, that we could book a seat at the table just to experience it. 

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