They Draw and Cook

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What started as a blog, is now turning into a book. They Draw and Cook is a project about recipes renderings by artists and illustrators.


Carne Mag

CarneMag® is an independent digital magazine destined to promote contemporary art & design

Fotospot Brazil

Fotospot is a new brazilian photography website. It was created to make photography accessible to people and collectors. All photos available are from 27 of the best Brazilians photographers, they came in 3 different sizes, all signed by the authors and numbered.

Know Hope

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Know Hope is one of the most important artist of Israel. His work became famous around the streets of Israel due to its social and political content combined with art. His paintings mainly reflects the everyday struggles of society.

Life In A Day

Life In A Day is a historic global experiment to create a user-generated feature film shot in a single day. On July 24, people captured a glimpse of their life on camera. The most compelling and distinctive footage would be edited into a feature film, produced by Ridley Scott and directed by Kevin Macdonald. The premiere and live broadcast is happening now (january 27th) on youtube.

Tellus Nursery School

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Called Tellus Nursery School, Stockholm, Sweden, the kidney-shaped building curls around a courtyard sheltering the main entrance. The organic layout encourages movement as space becomes continuous and creates both exterior and interior rooms of challenging shapes.

Kafka’s Jacket-book cover

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Peter Mendelsund have designed jacket-book covers for Kafka’s book. He says: “So, as you can see, I’ve gone with eyes here (not the first or last time I will use an eye as a device on a jacket-book covers are, after all, faces, both literally and figuratively, of the books they wrap). I find eyes, taken in the singular, create intimacy, and in the plural instill paranoia. This seemed a good combo for Kafka- who is so very adept at the portrayal of the individual, as well as the portrayal of the persecution of the individual.”