Posts tagged ‘kitchen’

June 25, 2012

Artistic Global Urban Space Vision On A New York Kitchen Wall [Video]

What you’re looking at is a kitchen wall, covered in drawings – a fluid design on a New York residential wall depicting the greatest monuments of several cities melting into a global artistic vision. The Global City Wall is the brainchild of artist Deck Two, who created a fresh perspective on two high white walls. Extending its dynamic shape across two walls, this black and white wall painting showcases the artist’s love for drawing. Found on Fubiz, Global City Wall is an inspirational project that must have started with sketches of different cities – the artist’s portfolio proves that this creative wall expression came after tackling with this idea for some time. There is even proof of the meticulous work that went into this project – a video by Nathalie Thomas and Lapicorey Dartigues which you can enjoy after the photos. Video

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March 3, 2012

Vintage Style Kitchens by Marchi Group – 1956 and Loft

These vintage style kitchens by Marchi Group have awoken our appetite for some retro style. The Loft and 1956 kitchens have an unmistakably old-school appeal that reminds us of Mom’s classic culinary space, pride in every last quirk.

The 1956 kitchen (above) has a country-chic aesthetic, featured in a sweet cream finish – delish! The floating cabinets and shelves are handy for added storage that keeps all your kitchen essentials close at hand. And throw-back to the streets of London, a phone booth-style door conceals the fridge.

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February 11, 2012

IKEA Kitchen Table Art by Carl Kleiner and Evelina Bratell

Some ideas can express, in a simple yet stylish way, the beauty that comes from adjoining several items that shape two defining action – cooking and eating. Each plate and fork, each bowl or napkin have something to contribute to the overall success of the meal. Capturing the very best of IKEA’s creativeness and tableware, photographer Carl Kleiner shows us how stylist Evelina Bratell conceptualize d a follow-up campaign of IKEA’s 2010?s hit campaign named “Visual Recipes”. The IKEA Kitchen Table Art expresses the collective efforts of all the people involved in this project and offers an artistic visual standstill of the company’s present. Kitchen items were carefully selected and arranged to shape a few examples of how tableware can be inspiring and still display a story in pictures. Lunch, dinner, party, spaghetti night or eggs and coffee for breakfast – all these fundamental events in our daily lives were captured in the table art found on Twisted Sifter.

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