Steven Montgomery – Hyperrealistic Ceramic Sculptures

Steven Montgomery creates unbelievable hyperrealistic sculptures that resemble modern industrial machinery, such as doors, nuts and bolts. What makes Montgomery’s practice extremely unique as that he creates his installations out of ceramics and not metal, which undoubtedly deceives the viewer.

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Daniel Agdag – The Principles of Aerodynamics

Melbourne based artist Daniel Agdag will tell you that he makes things out of cardboard. This declaration in no way illuminates the delicate form and eccentric narrative of his work.he work is created entirely from the unassuming medium of cardboard and glue. To say he pushes the medium to its limits is an understatement. His industrial imaginings are meticulously executed, forming delicate, alluring and often hypnotically complex sculptures. A process he describes as ‘sketching with cardboard’, as they are created intuitively by hand without detailed plans or drawings.

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Katerina Kamprani – Uncomfortable Project

Katerina Kamprani creates incredible industrial design sculptures that are not only witty and fun but forces the audience to rethink every day objects. Kamprani also works as a web designer, architect, 3dsmax teacher and 3d modeler based in Athens.

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James Shaw – Spray Gun Furniture

James Shaw was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne and raised in Devon, a.k.a. the English Riviera to a family of doctors with an artistic leaning. He has studied at University College Falmouth, Kingston University (BA Hons Product and Furniture) and The Royal College of Art (MA Design Products).

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Ferruccio Laviani – Good Vibrations

This brilliant woodworking piece entitled “Good Vibrations” is a hand-carved Storage Unit created by architect Ferruccio Laviani for the 2013 Furniture Exhibition. The piece appears warped and distorted and was created entirely by Laviani’s hand and not by a computer.

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Recycle Skateboard Products

All over the world people are creating fantastic and interesting new products using recycled skateboards. Though we’re not sure who the creators are, the objects are brilliant. From lights to lounge chairs there’s plenty of reasons why you should’ve just throw out your old skateboard decks.

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