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A little bit of everything. The Walls Gallery in Amsterdam is closing it's Miscellaneous exhibit this weekend so it's your last chance to check it out. 20 young artists showing their sculputers, paintings, drawings and photo's. Here's a selection of ...
Every now and then we get the privilege to meet an artist personally. One of the downsides of an internet magazine that operates internationally is that a lot goes over the internet, using skype for example. We meet people at fairs and festivals, or ...
You may be tempted to think Daan Roukens is playing with illusions to the eye. His graphics do play with your perception, and they do look like those graphic images where the image moves, or white dots turn black. But that's not the point. It's livel...
A designer or a chemist? Lex Pott has gained a name for himself with a project he did with David Derksen creating tinted mirrors by controlled oxydation of the silver layer beneath the glass. We met him at the London Design Festival to learn abo...
Haas & Urhahn, well known for their favela project in Brazil have published a book on their latest project 'Philly Painting'. Over 50 store fronts in the Germantown Ave in North Philadelphia were painted according to the design of local mural art...
Recreating something from the past in the present. We do it all the time in music. And it's done in design aswell. Rachel Harding from Studio Droog recreated chinese vases. Not that they look the same. Because they don't. What is the same as the...
The third Rijswijk Textile Biennial opened yesterday in Museum Rijswijk, The Netherlands, with an exhibit larger than before. Due to the opening of a new wing in 2012, and an overwhelwing response by textile artists, the curators, lead by Anne Kloost...
Sometimes it's best to let the creators speak for themselves, so we let VMX Architects and i29 do the talking: 'The ambitious attitude of the company is striking. There is a strong, positive culture. The new construction was intended to clearly refle...
Your eyes fool around with your perception. Things aren't always what they seem. Roos Breeuwer plays with this idea. She had a room, with an open entrance. By blocking the entrance, and leaving an open slit in the middle, she was able to play with ou...
Wies Preijde's project Tegendraads (against the flow), is a tease. In several ways it plays with your sence of space, depth and perception. Wies places textile walls in a space, creating new spaces. The woven walls are partially transparant, so you c...

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Color Objects encourages you to get a better eye and appreciation for colors and characters. To get a special selection of pics and info for you, we find designers and artists that make colorful work from all over the world. There's a lot of character in colors, and having a closer look will change your view of the world and people around you. So we share a host of pics and info from design, art, cultures and the natural world. All about colors.

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