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but does it float Typography, design and illustration by SasakiShun Title: @aqqdesign Folkert Photographs by Sarah Schönfeld "Sarah Schönfeld squeezed drops of various legal and illegal liquid drug mixtures onto negative film which had already been exposed. Each drop altered the coating of the film. Much like the effect of some of these substances on humans, this can be a lengthy process – sometimes one that can barely be stopped."

but does it float

oskar zieta: reflections at sotheby's vienna oskar zieta: reflections at sotheby's vienna image © designboom polish designer oskar zieta challenges his audience with a new perspective onto the reality of design: 'reflections' is a kaleidoscope that has the ability to enlarge our possibilities of looking at objects while exposing the mystery of vision and understanding. the playful installation is composed by means of refined boxes, closed from all side walls, decorated by glossy patterns, and reflecting the entrapped objects inside onto their inner surface. the magic boxes have peepholes at different heights and with diverse angles so that the visitors can experience sneak views of what's inside : the stools by zieta, realized with the fidu technology, are caged inside a trap and haunted by the light.
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These Neolastic vases by Sjoerd Jonkers are made by pouring a plastic over a mold made of sand. Despite the use of liquid polymer, the pieces hearken back to a more primitive age when tableware and vessels were much more rough and ready than they are today. Of course, each vessel is different and beautiful in a simple, earthy way. Perhaps it is the resemblance to sand castles and other such sandbox creations that add even more emotional value. Neolastic Vases by Sjoerd Jonkers Neolastic Vases by Sjoerd Jonkers
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