Danish-German artist duo Anna Borgman and Candy Lenk created a series of installations exploring “the relationship between sculpture and place”.
"Titled ‘Wurf’ (‘Throw’), the large-scale installation features a piece made of paper maché and wood that mimics a heavy stone. Displayed in a courtyard in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg, ‘Wurf I’ is installed in a delicate green glasshouse. ‘Wurf II’ features the stone imitation hanging from the roof of a monastery church near Leipzig."
The Copenhagen-based artist øjeRum weaves together antique portraits and classic sculptures with fantastical settings, imbuing each human subject with a layer of depth. Added elements of natural wonder such as starry skies, spooky woods, and breath-taking valleys expand each collage into strategic patterns.
Phygital - a new word in describing real world materia crawling into the digital existence and vice versa. This is the best way to describe what Anny Wang and Tim Söderström do on a daily basis by creating an unexpected digital experiences through materiality and technology taken from the real world. "For example, one series, Treasures amalgamates objects which you know are created on screen, but each element uses an analogue perspective. Marble and stone materials, or even a giant wobbly creature-like ball, appear so realistically that initially you think the image is a highly stylised still life shoot."
The project named Urban Rigger aims to provide low-cost housing for students in the centre of the Copenhagen, docked in the harbour.
BIG's scheme comprises nine shipping containers stacked and arranged on a floating base, to create 15 studio residences over two levels.
Tenka Gammelgaard is a danish artist who studied theatre scenography at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. As an artist she works on many decoration projects in Denmark and abroad. In addition to working as a visual artist she has created everything from porcelain for Royal Copenhagen to Irma carry bags. She is permanently represented in galleries in Tokyo, Singapore and Oslo. Tenka lives in and has a studio in the heart of Copenhagen. Its decoration drives our attention so please enjoy photos of it below
PUTPUT is an interdisciplinary Swiss/Danish artist duo established in 2011 and currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Operating at the intersection where conceptual photography, styling, art and design meet
Hvass&Hannibal is a multi-disciplinary arts and design studio based in Copenhagen. Since 2006, its founders, Nan Na Hvass & Sofie Hannibal have worked in close collaborative partnership with illustrative and conceptual design in a number of different fields for numerous clients in Europe, Asia and the US. http://www.hvasshannibal.dk/
Design group KiBiSi (the one behind Aiaiai TMA-1 headphones) recently presented Holmris X-Table. The "X" shape of its legs is a main solution for the instant adjustment of the work surface height what everyone try to compensate with unhealthy gas-patron office chairs.
You can buy one on http://www.holmrisonline.dk/haeve-saenke-borde/X-TABLE
Peter Ravn is a Danish painter. He holds a degree in architecture and design from the Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Before his debut as an artist, he was a central figure in the Danish field of design and music with his work on design and visual identity, as record cover and poster designer and as a director of music videos.He was behind a string of remarkable Danish record sleeves and a pioneer of the Scandinavian music video. Through the 80s and 90s he developed groundbreaking and visually experimenting work for many of the biggest names in Scandinavian rock and pop. In the 90s Ravn was the architect behind the fashion project DEMOCRATS characterised by T-shirts with conceptual graphic designs boasting philosophical, political and often controversial slogans. Around the millennium Ravn began to paint.
Text by Eye See Hue