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Studio Fuksas has unveiled plans for a stepped office and commercial building covered in plant-filled terraces, on the waterfront in Monaco.

Referred to by Studio Fuksas as “a vertical park”, the scheme will be built on the site of a shopping centre in the south of the city, and will stand alongside a cable car station being designed by Shigeru Ban Architects.

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Kiyohiko Azuma is a manga artist perhaps best known for his series Yotsuba&! about the naïve 5-year old Yotsuba who humorously stumbles her way through life. Stylistically, Yotsuba is always drawn more cartoonishly while her surroundings take on a different, more realistic look. And the astounding level of detail that can go in to some of Azuma’s backgrounds can render them as standalone works of art.

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7cf563b4f4f9ebb9a6862cf56de0abe2Accessorize your tableware collection with the adorable Ceramic Whale Pitcher.

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Matt Shlian started school as a ceramicist, but it was only when he realized that he was “interested in everything” that his work really took off.


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The Golden Ratio has been a source of inspiration for thousands of years, lurking behind great works of design. Venezuelan architect and illustrator Rafael Araujo is fascinated with patterns of nature and their applications to built environments, but as his artwork shows, is particularly interested in the Golden Ratio as found in natural settings.

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HOMIES 4 LIFE – A painting for the homes. Created with spray paint, acrylics, ink and love.

I came across the fabulous art of Jasper Wong in 2013, casually, as the best thing happens.

Hawaiian artist based in Hong Kong, he’s illustrator, curator and art director. He is a man who wears many hats and best known for his art that is a unique clash of Asian-influenced pop culture on paper.

Jasper has exhibited worldwide and now I want to share with you some of my favourite work of him.

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For Quinn, sculpture is primarily an art of communication, a medium through which he aims to help people evolve further in tolerance, understanding and harmony. ‘I make art for myself and for people who wish to come along for a ride through my dreams’, he says. ‘How we live our own lives is of the utmost importance, and most of my work has to do with values and emotions.’

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