Connecticut-based artist Fabian Oefner is preoccupied with the boundary between space, time and reality. He is also in possession of a very sharp cutting device, which he uses to slice everyday objects into bits and pieces.
Kintsugi is the ancient Japanese art of seeking beauty from imperfections by mending broken ceramics with gold lacquer. Artist Glen Martin Taylor has taken this one step further by incorporating an array of unusual found objects with broken porcelain pieces, some of which carry strong personal emotional significance.
Rone is a Melbourne street artist best known for his haunting images of stylised women's faces, which always seem to project an air of wistful melancholy. His latest project, Empire, amplifies this into a deeply immersive experience which promises to evoke profound emotions.
One of the easiest ways to refresh your space is to add a dose of green with house plants. The variety of shapes, colours and sizes make plants a versatile design element that can be styled to suit any taste.
As evidence of the all-conquering power of words, multi-disciplinary artist Ravi Amar Zupa created a series of steampunk-esque sculptures of weapons made from old typewriter parts.
Japanese trains have long been synonymous with speed and punctuality.
Amongst the furniture and other objects on display at the Design Academy Eindhoven graduation show were a number of designs which were more about concepts than products.
Fashion is so obsessed with daring new ideas that we thought we have seen it all, but not until we came across these clever and eye-catching designs from the Design Academy Eindhoven graduation show.
American glass and ceramics artist Shayna Leif is, very unfortunately, allergic to a long list of food ingredients which makes it impossible for her to indulge in cakes and desserts.
Inspiration can come from the most unexpected places, such as the kitchen of Ukranian patisserie artist Dinara Kasko.
Dutch artist Lizan Freijsen is obsessed with stains.