Velo Sock

Velo Sock

We all have socks, numerous pairs even. Maybe with an exception of those of you, dear readers, who were brought up by hippies. But other than that, socks are quite a common concept. However, some people find it needed to put socks not only on their feet but on their bikes, too. Sounds a little […]

Sushi Cats

Sushi Cats

If you’d ask Instagram, person of the year most likely would be sushi. And barely anyone who has been on-line in past few years could deny that cats have taken over. Which is why Tange & Nakimushi Peanuts, a Japanese company, did the obviously inevitable – they have created Neko-sushi (sushi cats). The campaign includes prints […]

Q&A with Dana Jasinkeviča

Q&A with Dana Jasinkeviča

Somewhere in cyberspace we got a hold of Dana, who you might remember as the creator of the LoliPOPE collection. Her location is as hard to predict as her creative imagination. Based in Latvia, where she is studying Fashion Design in the Art Academy of Latvia, now she is in Utah, US but in September […]

Q&A with Rosie Martin, creative mastermind behind DIYcouture

Q&A with Rosie Martin, creative mastermind behind DIYcouture

We grabbed Rosie Martin for a quick chat about her creative lovechild and sewing revolution, DIYcouture, how zines are the analogue Tumblr, being self-sufficient until it gets down to socks among other things. ‘Wait, what?’ we hear you are slightly confused. So lets start from the beginning with filling you in on what DIYcouture is. In a […]

Play Me, I’m Yours, Global Street Pianos

Play Me, I’m Yours, Global Street Pianos

Image Source:Flickr, Metrix X Play Me, I’m Yours is an arts project by Britain’s own Luke Jerram which sees colourful pianos being scattered in cities all over the globe. They come with a straight forward message and an instruction at the same time – Play Me, I’m Yours. The project started back in 2008 and has travelled to […]

LolliPOPE by Dana Jasinkevica

LolliPOPE by Dana Jasinkevica

Some fashion designers get their inspiration from popular culture, street style, music, nature and what have you. In the case of Dana Jasinkevica, however, her muse was somewhat unorthodox. For her latest collection it was the Pope. Each to their own. Dana Jasinkevica is a young yet undoubtedly talented fashion design student at the Art Academy […]

Glass Bike

Glass Bike

World’s first glass bike is Latvian Two Latvian artists,  Artis Nīmanis from ‘an&angel‘ and Gatis Vasiļjevs from ‘Pomzero’, set themselves quite a challenge. They stretched their minds to set an ambitious goal – to create a bike out of glass. And they did it, which, as admitted by the modest fellas, came as a surprise […]

QooQoo bike

QooQoo bike

QooQoo bike is here! Remember we wrote about Latvian fashion label QooQoo a little while ago? Well, then you might also remember we mentioned that they had plans of releasing their very own QooQoo fixed-gear bike this coming summer. Quoting The Chamber Brothers, ‘The time has come’ and here it is! It’s bright, bold and won’t […]

The Sleep of The Lovers

The Sleep of The Lovers

As our modern lifes are busy as it is and are increasingly polluted with seemingly never-ending to-do lists, an eight-hour-sleep is soon to become an urban legend. So, strugling to find the time for enough sleep, not many of us give much of a thought of how we sleep. Or is it so? Austrian artist […]

Alive Without Breath by Keng Lye

Alive Without Breath by Keng Lye

It is a piece of art but you might mistake it for a cruel dish or a misplaced pet if you’d find it on a dinner table. Keng Lye’s work merges sculpture with painting as he creates hyper-realistic  small scale under-water creatures. Keng Lye, Singapore based artist, creates these unbelievably realistic paintings by painting on […]

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