Nested on the boarder of historical Chinatown in Vancouver; the 48-seat restaurant Torafuku invites you to experience simple, yet adventurous interpretations of pan Asian flavours.
Canadian architecture studio (husband and wife) – Scott & Scott, designed the restaurant to reflect the origins of the business, using utilitarian materials.
The Skymetric series were made in Naples and surroundings by the italian photographer Lino Russo.
The subject highlights the decontextualization of places and architectural spaces in order to alter the natural structure. These places considered have in common the fact to be all completely square, regular and schematic, so achieving geometric shots in a minimalist context, where the simplicity and cleanliness reign supreme.
Stuff that sound like summer is an original work by the design duo Fragmento Universo.
Nearly all sounds have been recorded with the same microphone in the same room that the camera footages. All the sounds in the piece are natural recordings, and have been processed with only basic filters & edition.
Petrina Hicks is an Australian photographer that explores female identity making reference to mythology and art history, and drawing associations between these elements and contemporary image culture.
Her work utilises the seductive and glossy language of commercial photography, to create artworks that probe at the false promise of perfection, exploring photography’s ability to both create and corrupt the process of seduction and consumption.
Broad Ferrari histories often give short shrift to some of the marque’s most fascinating early sports racers, many of which occupy truly unique cross-sections of Maranello design and competition history.
Such is the case with the 410 Sport Berlinetta, of which only four examples were built in 1955, with the specific intent of winning the notorious Carrera Panamericana road race.
Prague’s subway stations are architecturally fascinating! Berlin-based and self-taught australian photographer Kate Seabrook, found the perfect muse for a major photographic project in the much-loved capital of Czech Republic. She documented the Prague Metro from end to end (three lines and 37 miles), in one single day, back in October, 2013.
Chrissie Macdonald is a London-based illustrator, maker and art director. Member of Peepshow Collective, she works both individually – on her own pieces, as well as collaboratively with the other members on illustration, animation and installation projects.
The series for enhancing life at secondary school (for girls) include 3 objects: Signature Forging Apparatus (for Dr’s sick notes), Boy Detection Device and Instant Data Headset.