U-Ram Choe’s Latest Kinetic Light Sculptures

    Back in early 2012 DPAGES shared the work of fine artist U-Ram Choe and today we are making a revisit to update you on some his his new pieces. For those who missed the first go around, we’ll start with a little background on the artist. Born in 1970, U-Ram Choe works out of aread ON

Michael Angove’s Hyper-Real Chinoiserie

    Fine artist and designer Michael Angove has done it again with the launch of several new gorgeously hyper-real chinoiserie illustrations and wallpapers. Raised in the southern Wales town of Barry, Angove studied his masters at the Royal College of Art before setting off to work for the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, Hugo Boss andread ON

Part One: Salone del Mobile / Milan Design Week 2014

    Touted as “the global benchmark for the Home Furnishing Sector”, the Salone Internazionale del Mobile and its satellite events attracts hundreds of thousands of design-loving pilgrims to the city of Milan for one week each year, where they gather around the latest in the world’s most innovative and luxurious furnishings. While yours truly did notread ON

Modern Technology Meets Old World Shoe Making

      Melding the best in old world craftsmanship with the ultimate in biomorphic 3D scanning technology, The Left Shoe Company is taking men’s footwear to new heights in comfort and style. The process begins at one of the company’s globally located stores or pop-up shops with what is simply the most accurate and detailedread ON

‘THE ART OF SCIENCE’: Dr. Adam P. Summers Photo Exhibit

  Whitespotted Greenling, © Adam Summers   On display at the Seattle Aquarium through Spring 2014, is a stunning series of scientifically prepared marine life transformed into photographic art by University of Washington professor Dr. Adam P. Summers. His subject matter was chosen from the university’s marine lab library which houses hundreds of water bornread ON

PERSPECTIVE: Time Lapse of Earth from the ISS

    Buckle up bunnies, because today I have a video worth far more than its 2.25 minute watch time. ‘The World Outside My Window – Time-Lapse of Earth from the ISS’ by David Peterson is providing the plugged in world with a hearty dose of perspective on a very grand scale. The short movieread ON

The Computer Generated Worlds of Talcik Demovicova

    Welcome to the magical world of the talented Slovakia based digital artists Juraj Talcik and Veronika Demovicova. For the Pinterest crazed among you, you may have already stumbled upon an image or two of of this stunning Haussmanian-era Paris apartment but what you may not be aware of is that the entire thingread ON