Chad Knight’s digital art creates huge digital sculptures

Chad Knight’s digital art creates huge digital sculptures

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Design

Statuesque, perfect and beautiful, are the works of art that Chad Knight creates every day and with which he fascinates the people of the web.

On his Instagram profile, now become his portfolio or personal diary, he publishes almost every day the creations that he makes digitally. Chad designs huge sculptures of women and men and places them in settings so realistic as to seem true. It is precisely this aspect of hyperrealism that is responsible for his success.

Chad has been dedicated to digital art since he left the world of professional skateboarding. Now his creative outlet is these 3D creations. For his works everything is studied in detail, nothing is left to chance and each work represents or takes something real.

His art is inspired by artists like Claudio Coello, Peter Paul Rubens, and Caravaggio, but also by digital artists like Mike Winkleman aka Beeple, Archan Nair, Eric Kalsbeek aka Kalsloos, Fvckrender, Joe Pascale and ThunderKat.

Unfortunately, these are digital works, but no less fascinating than real sculptures.

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The futuristic nostalgia of the restaurant signed MM Consulate

The futuristic nostalgia of the restaurant signed MM Consulate

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Design

Newly established architecture firm MM Consulate, founded by Kyle MertensMeyer, has designed a restaurant in Suzhou that looks futuristic and is suitable for all kinds of occasions.

The 472m² restaurant houses a coffee bar, a cocktail bar, a large lounge for informal dinners, small private rooms and a room dedicated to the most elegant events. The use of different colors well defines each space.

So, walking through the corridors you can move from the area dedicated to the aperitif to the area for dinner, thus enjoying a 360° experience.

What fascinates about MM Consulate’s project is the choice of materials and shapes. A place that encloses darker corners, illuminated by colored neon lights and with small rooms divided by enormous colored glass windows from the corridors, but also small completely pink rooms with velvet armchairs that seem to come out of a fairytale book.

It’s true that when you enter a restaurant, even the eye needs its share, and here it is fully satisfied.

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Walden 7, an architectural gem in a popular neighborhood

Walden 7, an architectural gem in a popular neighborhood

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Design

Ricardo Bofill is the architect who redesigned the Walden 7 a famous Spanish complex. The project looks like a vertical labyrinth, consisting of 14 floors, 5 courtyards, 446 apartments and 2 swimming pools connected by endless flights of stairs that go up and down.

Externally, the predominant color is terracotta and the facade looks like a fortification, but as you enter, a world of colors and plays of light and shadow opens up. The predominant colors become yellow and deep blue.

Ricardo has succeeded both in building a world entirely separated from the outside chaos and in completely reinventing the concept of the popular house, creating an enormous collective space perfect not only for living but for meeting and doing different activities.

This architectural gem was immortalized by photographer Pauline Chardin, who managed to capture all the characteristic elements of Walden 7 and restore its full beauty.

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Panasonic Wear Space looks like a Matrix-style accessory

Panasonic Wear Space looks like a Matrix-style accessory

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Design

New product launched by Panasonic brand is a bizarre tool, which aesthetically reminds a little of the bandages worn by horses or a Matrix-style accessory; in fact, Wear Space is a wearable concentration device, developed by the brand’s Future Life Factory and allows you to control your field of view, as well as cancel out the surrounding noises.

The device was created in collaboration with Kunihiko Morinaga and is equipped with a flexible material that comfortably wraps the back of the head until you get to block part of the field of view, while inside there are headphones for noise annihilation.

If you are intrigued or fascinated by the idea of isolating yourself from the rest of the world and looking for a little peace, in addition to concentration, watch the video below and visit the Panasonic website.


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In the moonlight, Six N. Five studio’s poetic renderings

In the moonlight, Six N. Five studio’s poetic renderings

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Design

Six N. Five is a studio based in Barcelona that has realized a project called “The Wait”, composed by hyper-realistic beach house interiors renderings furnished by Atelier Aveus.

Each piece of the set was designed by French architect and designer Morgane Roux and includes a divider, a sofa, and a wall lamp. The focus of the stylistic research was to represent the domestic space as a poetic intimate universe, out of the temporal dimension. Six N. Five with his renderings has made real artworks, where the narration is marked by the recurring element of the full moon.

“The whole set together with an uncanny scene offering a kind of alienated poetry; emotional sanctuaries for those who have failed to find their home in the ordinary world, waiting for something to happen”.

This brings the whole project to a next level, realizing not only the vision of a product, that is the furniture collection, but also the visual-artistic experience.

If you want to know more you can visit the studio’s website, in the meantime take a look at our wonderful gallery.

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