Bob Bob Cité, the restaurant where it seems to eat traveling

Bob Bob Cité, the restaurant where it seems to eat traveling

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Design

It was 2008, when, in London, Leonid Shutov opened the luxury restaurant Bob Bob Richard with a style inspired by the interiors of the Orient Express. Today, more than ten years later, he has created another extraordinary place, the Bob Bob Cité, not just a restaurant, but an experience in which gastronomy blends with unbridled luxury and an unbridled passion for travel that has always accompanied the decisions of the owner. 

For the interior design, Leonid relied on the BradyWilliams Studio‘s team of excellence, inspired by 19th-century transportation, from racing cars to private yachts, from first-class coaches to Zeppelin airships.

The Bob Bob Cité offers large rooms with long tables, but also intimate private rooms, in each case every little detail has been carefully and precisely studied. The choice of materials starts with the carved rosewood panels with steel finishes, the Japanese style wallpaper, the 24 chandeliers made especially for this place and the neon lights that accompany the customer between the various spaces. 

One of the characteristic elements of the Bob Bob Cité, as in the Bob Bob Richard, is the bell to request more champagne. Cheers! 

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In Case of Emergency, the emergency equipment according to Ben Fearnley

In Case of Emergency, the emergency equipment according to Ben Fearnley

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Design

Ben Fearnley is a graphic designer specialized in 3D that creates graphics projects that combine in a fun and brilliant way the aesthetic beauty and elements related to pop culture. A clear example is his latest project entitled In Case of Emergency.

This time he ends up in Ben’s creative sights are all those objects that fall into the category of emergency equipment. So we’re talking about fire extinguisher, first aid kits and other things of this kind. 

What characterizes the project In Case of Emergency of the American artist is that all this is combined with one of the vices that unites almost all of us, that for food and alcohol. So, instead of plasters, bandages, and disinfectant, we find very tasty donuts, the extinguisher is not full of water, carbon dioxide or foaming agents, but of wine. Who wouldn’t want it in the bedroom?

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In Case of Emergency Ben Fearnley | Collater.al
In Case of Emergency Ben Fearnley | Collater.al
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Erik Johansson, the photographer who manipulates reality

Erik Johansson, the photographer who manipulates reality

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Design

His name is Erik Johansson and when you see one of his works you can’t help but discover all the others. Erik was born as a photographer, but then he discovers the infinite possibilities of Photoshop and digital manipulation, so his works are born and we would look at them endlessly. 

The Swedish artist starts from the photos taken by himself and then, with a work of the imagination only, creates worlds that take inspiration from ours, but surreal and dreamlike.

This fusion between the real and the imaginary makes it difficult to understand at first glance whether they are real objects or landscapes or not. If you don’t believe it, try it yourself, scrolling through the images in our gallery and getting caught up in their fantastic atmosphere will seem almost normal to be able to grab the moon and detach it from the sky or move the road as if it were a sheet. Watching is believing! 

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The organ played by the sea by Nikola Bašić

The organ played by the sea by Nikola Bašić

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Design

Probably many of you have already heard about it, some have even seen it in person, but we had never talked about it and, being an evergreen work, I think it is right to recover. I am talking about the sea organ designed by the architect Nikola Bašić on the seafront in the Croatian town of Zadar. 

The project was born to give new life to this part of the city, not far from the center and fundamental for the arrival of tourists by sea. So, the architect created what in the photo may seem like a banal staircase that ends in the water, but this work is different from the others because, although it is a work of architecture you have to enjoy it with your ears. 

Yes, you read it well. 

The steps of the staircase have a total of 35 holes that, thanks to long tubes, end up in a subspecies of sound box. Depending on the force of the waves, more or less wind enters the holes and, from a row of vents at the top of the staircase, an unstoppable melody comes out that accompanies the movement of the sea. 

Listen to the sound of the sea below! 

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The colorful web-comics by Alex Norris

The colorful web-comics by Alex Norris

Claudia Fuggetti · 7 months ago · Design

Alex Norris is a very popular artist on Instagram because of his brightly colored and psychedelic web-comic. He made himself known with his Webcomic Name and his punchline “oh no”. That’s how his adventure started:

“When I finished college, I wanted to become a writer, so I decided to make web-comics because not many people do them, but many people read them”.

At first, his comics were extremely conceptual and minimal, because he wanted to appear brilliant exclusively for textual content; later the artist decided to focus on situations in which anyone could identify.

Alex’s irony has won the hearts of the public, also because the colors of his illustrations bring joy. An interesting aspect is that his subjects are never anthropomorphic and therefore can be interpreted universally without gender discrimination.

Discover other works of the artist on his website, which you can find here.

I colortissimi fumetti web dell'artista queer Alex Norris | Collater.al
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