Known for his delicately feather sculpting, the Pacific Northwest artist, author, and naturalist Chris Maynard has compiled his feather art works into a book titled “Feathers, Form and Function” which offers a unique artistic perspective on and insight into the evolution, function and symbolism of feathers. Using a small scalpel, Maynard carves bird-related artwork out of feathers. Each design highlights the feathers’ beauty and form, and calls attention to topics important both to us and the birds such as flight, lightness and attraction. By smartly placing the positive cut-out next to its negative shape, Maynard successfully make it appear as if the tiny bird is flying from the feather.
Big fan of superhero and never get enough of them as home decoration. Now, you probably can add one more collection to your superhero furniture. Industrial designer Burak Doğan has designed a series of wall-mounted shelves that pay homage to beloved heroes and heroines – Superman, Captain America, Wonder Woman, and the S.H.I.E.L.D. Each has its iconic logos reproduced as eye-catching planks that have plenty of space for your favorite comics and graphic novels. However, we don’t have any information about where you can purchase those shelves. Check on Burak’s behance’s page if you have more questions about those fancy superhero shelves.
Those many companies are saying they would improve their staffs’ work environment and the fact is most of us still work in the place which has rows of desks with boring, drab walls. People from a decor-wise the creative agency in San Francisco try to do something different to liven up their office. After brainstorming, they decided that portraits of superheroes would grace the walls. To avoid annoying the building facilities department, they decide to use Post-it notes instead of paint to create their superhero.