Anna Barlow‘s charming “edible” creations are made out of varying combinations of high-glaze porcelain and clay. A visual treat in every way, her work explores the nature of our very natural human desire for indulgent delights and how these delights are both understood and consumed. As she says, “The beauty of food left to melt and ooze holds a fascination for me. It is something that is usually over looked and temporary but this can be captured and frozen in time with clay and glaze.” From ice cream in a cone, to ice cream used as a figurative medium to create a pair of porcelain pastel Louis Vuitton pumps, Barlow’s work is sweet, stylish and visually satisfying!
What stunning beauties! Absolutely blown away by the Flora Pendant by Zanini de Zanine for Slamp lighting. Inspired by the lush plants of the Brazilian Forests, these lamps have such a wonderful textural quality and reminiscent curves of an exotic terrain.
Toronto-based artist Dudeman gives your home the ultimate urban feel by bringing street art indoors, and presents his stylish graffiti furniture. Besides painting some stunning and vibrant pieces on walls, the artist brings some retro pieces of furniture back to life by covering them with some beautiful graffiti patterns.
The artist Lei Xue’s ‘‘Drinking Tea’’ series (2007-13) consists of crumpled porcelain cans decorated with traditional Chinese patterns. See the world in blue and white here.
Courtesy of Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt am Main, Germany