Alexandre Chapelin is the designer of La Table. He wants his designs to be modern, exceptional and full of meaning by its look and how it is created.
In one of his designs, he made a lagoon like table. His designs are so appealing which is very suitable in contemporary houses.
According to Alexandre Chapelin, he makes use of wood, marble, old motors, alloys, recycled materials and resin materials for his creations.
The resin he used on the lagoon table made it more real and sea like because the dark blue color of the resin perfectly pictured the depth of the sea, the waves can also be recognized, the carved travertine marbles look like sand.
The cool colour and artistic water theme are perfect for the eyes, it’s relaxing to see. For all sea lovers out there, you will love his designs!
Gorgeous Lagoon Tables
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Artist Travels Around The World And Take Photos Inspired By Snow Patrol’s Song.
Artist’s “If I lay here” project is music, photography and travel all rolled into one.
For those who love alternative rock or someone who simply has an ear for good music, who could forget Snow Patrol's song--Chasing Cars? This "LSS-worthy" music track might even be on your favorite playlist (I have it on mine). Meanwhile, the chorus starts with this all too familiar line, "If I lay here" and this is how it all started for one artist who took the song to a whole new level.
Combining her love for all three-- music, photography and travel, artist Karolina Jonderko who describes herself a "visual storyteller" began her project entitled "If I lay here." According to her, this project has given her the opportunity to travel to her dream destinations, something that she loves to do.
Karolina's photo series depict the beautiful places she has been to, from Thailand, New York, Iceland and more. It also shows the changes in her appearance including how she uniquely turned every image into such a fine masterpiece. She even had her first ever "If I lay here" exhibition. Cool!
Amazing Sculptures ‘Magically’ Come Alive When Spun Under a Strobe Light
What you see is not always what it seems.
Optical illusions are images that the brain perceives differently from the objective reality. The eye receives information that does not match the physical appearance and measurement of the stimulus source. Often, these illusions are fun to watch. But when such kind of art is coupled with mathematics, it produces magical results.
Take these 3D-printed sculptures for example. Created by John Edmark, an inventor, designer, artist, and lecturer in Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, these works of art become alive when spun under the a strobe light at just the right speed. The rotation speed must be set to match the flashes of the strobe light; that is, the strobe light flashes each time the sculpture rotates at 137.5º.
So aside from the strobe light and the well-calculated rotation speed, what makes these scuptures unique?
Artist Makes a Christmas Surprise on Windows of a Children’s Hospital
Be amazed on how exceptional this artist is! See the astonishing window artwork he made for the children in the hospital!
What do you think about when you hear the word paintings and artwork? Most people love to have a unique artwork in their homes and offices. There are people who hire artists to do an expensive art. People appreciate and interpret various arts differently. Some people feel relaxed, energized, amazed and many more when they look at artworks.
An artist from Britain named Tom Baker made a special artwork for the children in The Royal Berkshire Hospital children’s ward.
Tom Baker is the only artist in the world who uses this method.
Tom Baker said:...