Everyday Objects

Today marks 322 years since the last Cascadia earthquake. Are you ready for the Big One?

January 26 marks 322 years since the last Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami struck the Pacific Northwest, the Oregon Office of Emergency Management reminds us. This week, Oregon Governor Kate Brown designated it as “Cascadia Earthquake Preparedness Week” and urged Oregonians to prepare. The occasion is a good reason …

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WHAT’S ON NOW // Six art exhibitions and public installations to see right now – Scout Magazine

Above: 900 oranges by Gathie Falk. All photos by Kristin Lim. Immerse yourself in the work of three prominent Vancouver artists, Evan Lee, Steven Shearer, and Elizabeth Zvonar, in three solo exhibitions currently on view. Plus, new public art to see. EVAN LEE | Last chance to see the Evan …

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Unleash the tiger with whiskeys and cognacs for Chinese New Year 2022

Shopping for whiskeys for Chinese New Year 2022? In an extended blink of an eye, the Chinese New Year 2022 is ready to bend around the corner. A little over a month after the profusion of Christmas festivities where mulled wine and eggnog are drunk copiously, it’s another round of …

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Covid News: US website launched for free home testing, with some issues

Medical staff at Western Reserve Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.Credit…Shannon Stapleton/Reuters Healthcare workers in two dozen states must be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus by March 15 after a Supreme Court ruling last week, a decision that left some already understaffed hospital systems to prepare to possibly lose workers just …

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Dvision Network Deploys on Polygon Mainnet as Widespread Interest in the Metaverse Continues

Disclaimer: The text below is a press release that was not written by Cryptonews.com. division network is currently live on Polygon Mainnet, further solidifying their position as the definitive multi-chain metaverse protocol. It should be noted that Dvision Network recently held its first major and de facto largest LAND sale …

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Marcel Duchamp and the meaning of art

This stately Georgian mansion in Washington, DC is filled to the brim with works of art. But its owners may find it difficult to describe the visual qualities of the works. “They’re not pretty,” Aaron Levine said. “It’s not pretty. Nothing here is attractive!“ Aaron and Barbara Levine’s home contains …

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Nikon Z 28mm f/2.8 lens review: Tiny, powerful and cheap

There was a lot of talk and excitement surrounding the Nikon Z 28mm f/2.8 lens when it was announced as a special pairing (accompanied by a special version) with the Z fc camera. As one of the smallest and lightest lenses launched for the Z mirrorless system that is paired …

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Top shows like Search Party

HBO Research group concluded this year with its fifth and final season answering questions behind Dory’s kidnapping and her eventual transformation into a cult leader. Now that the series is over, fans will have to resort to other frenzy-worthy options in the dark comedy genre. RELATED: The Main Search Group …

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Eye-catching ‘Gaki Hip’ Art Exhibition Reverses Stereotypes of Taiwan | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The “Gaki Hip” exhibition will kick off on January 15, with interactive installations aimed at shattering stereotypes in Taiwanese culture. Organizers, 4b Studios founder Chen An-zhe (陳安哲) and interdisciplinary artist Jeffrey Yu (尤勝宏), expect a range of everyday items such as bubble tea, machines claw claws …

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The designer is inspired by everyday household objects for the January outfit challenge

From tubes of toothpaste to bottles of bleach, one woman brightened up the month of January by wearing outfits inspired by everyday objects. Taryn de Vere, writer and designer from County Donegal, Ireland, took on a style challenge: dressing up as a different household product every day to make January …

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Meta Says Its AI Improves The Quality Of Speech Recognition By Lip Reading

Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other senior executives and leaders on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit on January 12, 2022. Learn more People perceive speech both by listening to it and by observing the movements of the speaker’s lips. In fact, studies show that visual …

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The ad for the campaign to attack the Capitol asks, “What if they were black?” “

Over the past six months, the House committee investigating the January 6 insurgency in Washington, DC, has interviewed hundreds of witnesses and reviewed tens of thousands of documents, and are now preparing to make their findings public. But as more details come to light, and some distributed consequences, there remains …

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Drexel Unveils ‘Museum of Where We Are’ Exhibition of Student Design History | Now

Many of us believe that the objects or works of art found in a museum go far beyond what we could contribute to the history of our world. But a class at Drexel University aimed to teach students that there is beauty, story, and meaning in everyday objects all around …

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The Vibal Foundation celebrates Filipino art with The Art of Window, Display, and Design

Vibal Foundation (VFI) has released the latest addition to its growing Fifty Shades of Philippine Art series: Window Art, Display and Design, written by Chito Vijandre and Ricky Toledo. The book was launched during VFI’s virtual event, which honors its matriarch, Esther Vibal. Richly complemented by more than 500 beautiful …

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Cameron Rowley: Wallpaper * Next Generation 2022

Cameron Rowley’s minimal stepladder takes inspiration from traditional tools Our Next Generation 2022 showcase highlights 22 exceptional graduates from around the world, in seven creative fields. Here we feature furniture design graduate Cameron Rowley from Kingston University, UK The first steps in the world of design for the London designer …

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Friends Two reflects a long-standing friendship, love of craftsmanship | News

LUCI WELDON / The Warren Record Longtime friends Betty Rollinson, left, and Deborah Robertson operated Friends Two, a gift and craft store on Warrenton’s main street. For Betty Rollinson and Deborah Robertson, the name Friends Two is perfect for the gift and craft store they operate on Warrenton’s Main Street. …

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Artist Joshua Cruz on STOMP National Tour

STOMP’s punchy beats and electrifying performers have amazed audiences for 30 years, and the stage phenomenon is currently making its way across the United States on a nationwide tour! Mix dance and performance with music created using everyday objects, such as mdustbins, brooms, dustbins, Zippo lighters and more, STOMP is …

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NFT – The New Investment Trend – Greek City Times

Market revenue jumped to $ 22 billion in 2021 from $ 100 million in 2020 The global non-fungible token market has reached $ 22 billion in just one year, as the new investment craze has converted NFTs – certificates (in electronic form) proving the authenticity of digital objects – into …

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How a real NASA patch anchors Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ in reality

23 December 2021 – “Speaking of your office, the Planetary Defense Coordination Office, you have the patch there. In fact, I was observing a little Latin phrase at the bottom, what does that mean?” “‘Hic Servare Diem’, which means ‘Here to save the day.'” This exchange, between a NASA commentator …

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Introducing a refreshed Beyond The Vines in Manila

First introduced in the Philippines in 2019, Beyond The Vines is a contemporary Singaporean brand founded on the belief that good design should be accessible to everyone. After consolidating its position at the forefront of women’s fashion, Beyond The Vines has now changed its name and become a design studio. …

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World-renowned mixed media artist visits EHS again

When Israeli artist Hanoch Piven visited Epstein Hillel School, the K-8 Jewish day school north of Boston, for the first time in 2017, school principal Amy Gold was unsure of what to expect. . Despite the uncertainty, his workshop was a huge success that students and community members praised for …

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A house after its first inhabitants | Art & Culture

11 Route of the Temples, A strange and sublime address, is neither Bernarda Alba’s house or A home for Mr. Biswas. Like the latter, however, the colonial mansion built in 1928 in the heart of Lahore symbolized class status and financial standing. This brick and mortar, plaster and stucco house …

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Best Friday five posts of 2021

Rudabeh Pakravan is an architect, educator and founding partner of the architectural firm Sidell Pakravan Architects. She is interested in how architecture shapes everyday experiences, how people and buildings influence each other, and how architecture is a physical exploration of space and a social engagement practice. Rudabeh shared his love …

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Player goes viral by recharging household items in first person first person

Reload: Video game companies put a tremendous amount of effort into making sure that gun reloading is perfect. Some animations are fast, some a bit longer, and some a lot longer. Regardless of load time or precision, reloading in games conveys both a sense of urgency and an attitude of …

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Identiv partners with TrueGreen to accelerate RFID technology

FREMONT, Calif., December 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVE), a global leader in digital security and identification in the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced a strategic partnership with TrueGreen to digitize cannabis products and smart packaging with identification radio frequency (RFID) and near field communication (NFC) …

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Austria: Vienna museum exhibition tackles delicate issues of Nazi memorabilia | News | DW

An exhibition opened in Vienna on Sunday will showcase everyday Nazi-era artefacts found by Austrians in the aftermath of World War II. Based on the theme “What to do with the vestiges of National Socialism? the exhibition titled “Hitler: from the cellar to the museum” opens at the House of …

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The mystery of quantum entanglement is increasingly recreated in the laboratory – CVBJ

12/09/2021 at 08:00 CET Nicolas bornman “Quantum entanglement” is one of the many plot devices that appear in modern science fiction films. Fans of Marvel superhero films, for example, will be familiar with the idea that different timelines merge and intersect, or that the fates of the characters intertwine in …

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A century of banal smart painting

Self-portrait, “Procida” (1950-51). “While waiting for the train” (1969-70). “On the Roof, Taylor Square” (1961) by Jeffrey Smart. “Wallaroo” by Jeffrey Smart (1951). “Jioconde in corrugated cardboard” (1976). “Labyrinth” by Jeffrey Smart (2011). JEFFREY Smart is an artist that even art lovers adore. Jeffrey Smart. Photo: Michel Laurent. Legendary for …

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Aftermath Trailer Presents Stunning Unreal Engine Cinematography

Game developer One-O-One Games and publisher META have announced that their upcoming post-apocalyptic horror game, Consequences, is slated for release on PS5, Xbox Series X and PC. A new trailer was released today, offering a more in-depth look at the chaotic world expected from the game. The game follows Charlie …

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Desire of design – The New Indian Express

Express news service A bright green BMW mini convertible greeted visitors on Friday at the entrance to the Spin Design Popop, a design-led pop-up at the Dhan Mill Compound in Chattarpur. The 12 brands presented here range from interior design to contemporary art and fashion. Modern branded stalls with original …

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Collaboration David Shrigley Ruinart at Art Basel

House of Ruinart, owned by LVMH, recently unveiled its latest artistic collaboration with David Shrigley at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden as part of this year’s Art Basel Miami festivities. Entitled Unconventional bubbles, the interactive event featured life-size illustrations of Shrigley’s sardonic compositions as well as an exhibition at the …

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Meatless Meat, Web 3.0, Big Tech Battles

After a year that made the terms WFH (work from home) and metaverse instantly recognizable to many people, a new set of tech trends are heading towards 2022. Here is a selection of how technology can change lives over the coming year: – Meat without meat – Meat substitutes have …

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Virgil Abloh, the creative genius whose vision of fashion has transcended borders and crossed art, has died at 41

The great master of art, fashion and design, Virgil Abloh, has died at the age of 41. The founder of Off-White and head of menswear at Louis Vuitton died on November 28 after a low-key battle with a rare form of cancer. A leader in many fields, Alboh has been …

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David Copperfield’s book reveals photos of the Las Vegas Museum of Magic – The Hollywood Reporter

One of Las Vegas’ hidden gems is famed illusionist David Copperfield’s private museum of magic, located in a warehouse off the Strip, which has been visited over the years by Taylor Swift, Guillermo del Toro, Hugh Jackman and the producer. Jason Blum. Now Copperfield has published a book that documents …

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Is separating the triangle a matter of sex?

A beloved Thanksgiving tradition that can trace its roots back to Plymouth Rock, the breaking of the triangle is meant to give the winner good luck for the entirety of the following year. For the non-anointed, these are two participants who, after taking the bone from the turkey carcass and …

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A new exhibition and a poetry slam: don’t miss these two events taking place at the KMAC

Two important events are taking place at the KMAC. First of all, KMAC opened its last exhibition “Create the vernacular” last weekend, November 20. The show is based on the idea of ​​a mother tongue, mother tongue or dialect. In this exhibition, the artists, all working with glass, create works …

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Vincent Dassi uses cardboard paste to make and repair everyday objects

Vincent Dassi, a graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, has developed a form of papier-mâché that allows anyone to make and repair household items using recycled cardboard boxes. pulp sees Dassi using a food processor to turn cardboard into pulp, which he then molds into 3D shapes using several different techniques. …

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Alphabet puts prototype robots to work to clean Google desks

What does Google’s parent company Alphabet want with robots? Well, he would like them to clean the office, to begin with. The company announced today that its Everyday Robots project – a team within its experimental X labs dedicated to creating a “general purpose learning robot” – moved some of …

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New device helps people with disabilities, illnesses

PHOENIX – A new medical device seeks to improve the quality of life of people with spinal cord injuries. “It’s really exciting actually,” said Maria Gamboa, a Valley resident. “It’s important because people need to know that people like me need these kinds of things to regain their independence,” she …

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Exhibition Found MUJI: A journey to meet wonderful things

EventsDurability2021.11.16 Exhibition Found MUJI: A journey to meet wonderful things At Found MUJI, we research everyday items that are used daily around the world and revitalize them at a reasonable price by slightly upgrading them to adapt to changing lifestyles, cultures and customs. It is an activity to improve the …

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Plastics Recycling Awards Europe winners announced

This year’s winners together have made very remarkable progress in efficient design for recycling, which in turn paves the way for more recyclable plastic products and a truly circular use of plastics. Automotive, electrical or electronic product: Speed ​​Home WLAN from Deutsche Telekom AG Product for building and construction: Circular …

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This chic piece of furniture is made from recycled tires

Most people wouldn’t associate the common speckled rubber on gym floors with anything other than sweaty workouts. But to designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten, founder of Slash objects, the material became the starting point for a new business after being struck by its versatility when designing a gym in a previous job. …

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Everyday objects transformed into wearable arts clothing

“Bodies of Water” and “The Colorful Apocalypse”. PIC: City of Mandurah Have you ever looked at old shopping bags, x-ray prints, or a bunch of plastic straws and thought about turning it into wearable art? That’s exactly what the artists behind this year’s Wearable Art Mandurah clothing thought when they …

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Latest Dark Art News: Huey P. Newton Sculpture Unveiled, Charisse Pearlina Weston Wins 2021 Burke Prize, DuSable Museum Names Danny Dunson Chief Curator, and more

The latest news in Black Art presents updates and developments in the world of art and related culture Fredrika Newton, widow of Huey P. Newton, with a bronze sculpture of the co-founder of Black Panther. Oakland Artist Dana King Bust Unveiled October 24 in Oakland, California | Screenshot of AP …

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Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: In-betweenUntil December 18 at the Judd Foundation, 101 Spring Street, Manhattan The exhibition of two works by the late artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, curated by Flavin Judd, the son of the late minimalist master Donald Judd, explores how the artist “infused objects with meaning,” Judd said in a statement. …

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Designer Junya Watanabe celebrates 30 years of fashion

To celebrate three decades in fashion, Junya Watanabe shares the inspirations behind some of her all-time favorite looks, starting with the camouflage cape above from Watanabe’s Spring / Summer 2018 collection: “It’s a homage to the curious forms of nature, ”says Watanabe. “It started with finding a way to turn …

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At the confluence of art and architecture

Q) What themes do you focus on in your work? My work is strongly influenced by my understanding of how human beings interact with their built environment and my main areas of interest are the built heritage and vernacular building traditions of Kashmir. The contrast between particular and universal, between …

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Arielle Assouline-Lichten designs furniture for everyone

Brooklyn-based designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten was trained in architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design and has a substantial resume that includes work for international companies such as Bjarke Ingels Group, Snøhetta, and Kengo Kuma and Associates. Except, says Assouline-Lichten, “I didn’t even go to an architecture school when I wanted …

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‘STOMP’ returns to Dayton next week

Legend Jonathon Elkins from Detroit, Michigan appears on his fifth “STOMP” tour. Credit: STEVE MNICHOLAS Credit: STEVE MNICHOLAS “(We use) everyday objects so that the audience can immediately identify with themselves,” said cast member Jonathon Elkins on his fifth “STOMP” tour. “The public is able to see these objects in …

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How Transitional Objects Can Help Grief

THEin the fall my 94 year old dad spent most of his last days in his family room, rarely moving from his gray leather seat. Within five months of his death, I transported the chair 450 miles to my home in Dallas. Sitting in his favorite piece of furniture, now …

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Canberra artist wins top prize

Tara Murray A Fire Dream was the inspiration for the winning piece of the 2021 Geelong Acquisitive Print Prize competition. Canberra-based artist Dianne Fogwell took home the prize and the $ 10,000 prize with her piece Latency, ahead of 33 other pieces selected from across Australia. This nationally acclaimed acquisition …

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Blaze and the Monster Machines

Pure and simple games And Nickelodeon Today we announce the launch of the video game Blaze and the Monster Machines – City Drive Drivers The first video game for Nintendo Switch, Playstation, Xbox, Stadia and PC, based on the hit animated series: Blaze and the Monster Machines. Join Blaze, his …

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Food tools: the history of our food

Food tools: the history of our food A new book, Tools for Food: The stories behind the objects that influence how and what we eat reveals, the changing nature of our culinary habits The history of kitchen utensils is explored in a new book, Tools for Food: The stories behind …

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Conor Canning lost a property license for theft

Baccalaureate In Paradise Star Canned Conor lost his real estate license and was also fined $ 30,000 after he stole a client database from his former employer and then repeatedly lied about it. ABC reported that a magistrate ruled that Canning, who is the manager of three real estate offices …

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NFTs Won’t Improve Art – Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Blockchain technologies are insufficient in terms of real value Parker Peters / Daily Collegian Last week, Kaiji Uno’s article “Cryptocurrency will make the world greener” was published by The Massachusetts Daily Collegian. The article talks about the “incredible innovation” of non-fungible tokens, the “magnificent” fee reduction and “limitless possibilities” of …

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Irish geology exhibition opens in Dublin

An exhibition on the geology of Ireland that chronicles how scientists have developed their understanding of the planet over the past 175 years has opened in Dublin. Originally slated for opening in November 2020, the exhibit has been developed by the National Museum of Ireland in partnership with Geological Survey …

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Doom Patrol: why Charles uses a baseball bat

As Charles Rowland brushes aside questions about his weapon choice, his Doom Patrol episode 3, “Dead Patrol,” the baseball bat makes a lot of sense. Warning: Contains spoilers for Fate Patrol episode 3. In Fate Patrol Season 3, Episode 3, “Dead Patrol,” Charles Rowland uses what may seem like an …

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The largest contemporary art auction in India

By IANSlife New Delhi, September 26 (IANS): India’s largest contemporary art auction titled ‘Present Future’ will feature 120 works by 87 leading contemporary artists. Scheduled to take place on September 28-29, 2021, the AstaGuru auction features impressive works by artists such as Bharti Kher, Atul Dodiya, Thukral & Tagra, Anju …

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Gucci launches Vault, an experimental online store

Gucci’s latest project is an online concept store that immerses viewers in the past, present and future of the house. Enter To jump, a retail experience that, according to a press release, functions as “a time machine, an archive, a library, a laboratory and a meeting place.” So what exactly …

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Maximus Armchair by Johan Ansander for Blå Station

Dezeen showroom: Recent graduate Johan Ansander designed Maximus, a lounge chair for BlÃ¥ Station with the soft, bulbous shapes of a padded but all-wood seat. The Maximus armchair is carved from solid ash wood using CNC routers. Its seat, back and legs are made up of separate pieces although their …

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7 works to know by Jasper Johns – ARTnews.com

Until 1954, Jasper Johns regularly destroyed his works of art, feeling somehow inadequate. Then everything changed. He met artist Robert Rauschenberg, with whom he was romantically involved, and he was brought into the orbit of experimental composer John Cage and choreographer Merce Cunningham, both of whom improved Johns’ understanding of …

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