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Smoke Bomb

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via publicdelivery.org | photo © Filippo Minelli
 

Italian artist Filippo Minelli was commissioned by Storyline Studios, Norway’s largest movie firm, to create four photos of his Silence/Shapes series for their new ID. Recently, the whole identity-renewal created by Workinprogress received gold at the Norwegian Design Awards and silver at the European Design Awards 2013.
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Backyard Oasis

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via nowness.com | Photo © Slim Aarons
 

California’s Poolside Glamour Captured in New Palm Springs Exhibition

Dispel the January blues by celebrating the beauty, optimism and ritzy lifestyle associated with the swimming pools of Southern California, in this series of iconic photographs featuring the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Richard Gere.
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Mishkin’s: Salt Beef and Sours

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via nowness.com | Photo © Ben Murphy
 

A Hanukkah Celebration That Riffs On the New Eatery’s Menu

Marking the festival of lights, Ben Murphy’s still lifes of schmaltzed radishes, bagels and half-sour pickles set amid rarefied tableware are inspired by English restaurateur Russell Norman’s newest endeavor, Mishkin’s. A charming homage to the vanishing world of London’s east end cafes of the 30s and 40s, Norman’s “kind-of Jewish deli with cocktails” mixes in themes from New York’s Lower East Side.
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Kienholz. The Signs of The Times

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via designartnews.com | photo © Norbert Miguletz

Rebellious, provocative, and ever polarizing, Kienholz’s oeuvre has always caused quite a stir since its beginnings in the mid-1950s, first the works of Ed Kienholz alone, then later, from 1972 on, the collaborative projects with his wife, Nancy Reddin Kienholz.
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The Art of Flying

via theglassmagazine.com | Michail Pirgelis, Bateleur 2011
 

German-born, Cologne-based Greek artist Michail Pirgelis creates his sculptures out of decommissioned airplane parts. Even before knowing that fact, his first solo exhibition at Spruth Magers London consumes the viewer nonetheless – there is a striking visual quality in these weighty and simple objects.
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Logomo café by Tobias Rehberger

via designws.com | photo by Bo Stranden
 

German artist Tobias Rehberger has created in collaboration with Artek a comprehensive art installation called Nothing happens for a reason at the Logomo café. This is not the first cooperation by Rehberger and Artek.
In 2009, Tobias Rehberger was awarded with a Golden Lion for Best Artist at the Venice Biennale for the permanent installation he created for Palazzo delle Esposizioni in cooperation with Artek.
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Butterfly House

installation by Bik Van der Pol
 

Bik Van der Pol, Museo D’Arte Contemporanae Roma

The new installation by Bik Van der Pol – a house with hundreds of butterflies inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s popular Farnsworth House – is the work chosen to inaugurate the new wing of the MACRO museum.
(4 December 2010 – 13 February 2011)
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