A world of options in this alphabet inspired desk design by French, CGI Designer, Benoit Challand. Each offers a space with its own character.
“You can sit in an A-shaped desk, feeling like you’re at the prow of a ship, or in the smooth curve of a D, far more comfortable than being boxed into a traditional cubicle.”
People I Know by Jon Jacobsen
So I bought this book because it actually produces some really great prompts. If you ever need any ideas for an au or something original holler at me I’ll dial you up one of these.
Most of us have yet to master the smokey eye. Tal Peleg, on the other hand, is creating museum-worthy masterpieces on teeny-tiny eyelids.
The Israeli makeup artist is bringing eye makeup to a new level, drawing everything from sushi to Anne Frank to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer in the space between a person’s eyebrow and lower lashes. These miniature creations are truly works of art, as Peleg pays attention to the most intricate details. Even the color of the lower lashes is factored in.
So while we struggle to squiggle out a straight line of eyeliner, we suggest you marvel at some of Peleg’s handiwork below — and check out more on her Facebook page!
Will it Beard by Pierre Thiot
Artist Joe Lurato places small wood cutout figures in public spaces, documenting his personal life experiences. The works are often left to interact with the environment and community.