Artist Vladimir Nikolic has produced a series of photographs called 'autoportraits'. appropriately named, nikolic has
photographed old cars which have distinctive dents or details. he has then captured himself on camera through
a series of self-portraits where he is making facial expressions that mimic the characteristics of the cars he
'Live Wire' is an installation created by american architectural studio oyler wu collaborative, currently on display at the sci arc gallery, los angeles. the site specific installation was created to exploit the spatial potential
of the venue. the installation proposes a vertical circulation system linking the floor level of the gallery to the
catwalk above through stairs. constructed from approximately 2400 linear feet of aluminium tubing and rods
the stair employs a combination of complex loops that merge together to form the necessary elements of stairs.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Scotch-Brite™, 5.5 designers designed the 'sponge house'.
A set of five sponges, each one acts as a pictogram, identifying what the individual sponges should be used for.
A fluorescent green one for the sink, a turquoise blue one for the bathtub, a fuschia colored one for the washroom,
an orange one for dishes, and a traditional green and yellow one for pots and pans.
The five sponges fit snuggly into a large house-shaped sponge, depicting their use within the home
Traditional green and yellow Scotch-Brite™ sponge for pots and pans
A sponge in the shape of a bathtub
Fuschia colored sponge meant for cleaning the bathroom
Shaped like a place setting, this orange sponge depicts its use for cleaning dishes
A fluorescent green umbrella shaped sponge used for cleaning the sink
5.5 designers unconventional packaging for the sponges