NOISY JELLY. Video by Raphaël Pluvinage.

Note : This project is a fully working prototype made with Arduino and Max/Msp, there are absolut no sound editing in the video. Noisy jelly is a game where the player has to cook and shape his own musical material, based on coloured jelly.


These light and shadow sculptures are created by manipulating and placing objects in relation to a single light source.

Pantone Queen // 60 Years Of Matching Colour | Yatzer

Pantone Queen // 60 Years Of Matching Colour

Jubilee Pantone Queen Palette In celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 60 colourful years on the British throne, Leo Burnett London teamed up with Pantone to create a colour guide book of the Queen's best colour matching outfits for the Royal Jubilee.

Choi + Shine Architects - The Land of Giants - Icelandic High-Voltage Electrical Pylon Competition - Honorable Mention

Choi and Shine have designed a series of giant electric pylons for the Icelandic Pylon Competition. They are described as being powerful, solemn and variab

CMYK | Skurktur

I need some rainbow rain in my life. From Street Art Utopia. Piece by Skurktur, Norway.

City Table

James McNabb’s Scrap Wood Cityscapes Sketching with a Band Saw: James McNabbs Scrap Wood Cityscapes wood sculpture architecture

William Forsythe Choreographic Objects: Works & Projects

I got my party shoes on.: The Great Gatsby Party: Decorations This would be awesome from the ceiling of the gym!

Les montres attaquent

thekhooll: “Art Attack Urban art installations and street art called “Art Attacks” by Filthy Luker ”

I feel good today

I Feel Good Today At Erste Liebe Bar, Hamburg - this installation is no longer there - the art changes, but the cafe design and food are incredible, so go anyway!

livre pas ennuyeux

Blah Blah Blah Book by Gogelmogel

"Blah Blah Blah" book by Gogelmogel reminds me of my grandson Lewis!


"Malas Hierbas Mutantes" (Mutant Weeds) an eerie protest of light pollution in Madrid by collective Luzinterruptus.

Un vrai livre de cuisine

Biblio Lasagna // How about this one for your next catered affair // Created by the German design firm KOREFE, it is billed as “The first and only Cookbook you can actually read, cook and eat.