The Bicycle is a very interesting thematic bar, located in the old historical center of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Based on owner’s idea of recycling bike parts in order to achieve an unconventional space, unique, where the furniture is handcrafted from vintage bicycles, Openspace design studio cleverly apply the theme to its interior designs – tables, chairs, bar counter and decors. The bicycle is still a project in development, because constantly, something new that refreshes the atmosphere is added. Openspace Design has projected The bicycle as a friendly space, full of creativity that can become a check point for urban cyclists, a place where they can socialize and relax.
New York artist or beadist Jan Huling is known for her diverse bead-work. She can transform just about any object, such as dolls, toys or statues, into a dreamy piece of ornamental luxury. This process completely alters the original object, covering them with beautiful bead-work designs and allowing us to see them as pure form without their usual connotations. Check more Huling’s work on her website.
For artist Herrera, it just isn’t Christmas without a T-47 Snow Speeder making an attack run on an AT-AT, or Luke Skywalker facing down a hungry Rancor beast. To celebrate the Christmas and his beloved star war, he created 13 craft design of “Star Wars Snowflakes”. Get yourself a sharp cutting blade and follow the template downloaded from Herrera’s site, let’s enjoy those freshly cut Star Wars snowflakes hanging during this holiday season.
“Lilicoptère” is Lisbon-based artist Joana Vasconcelos’ interesting interpretation of what Marie Antoinette would ride in if she was alive today. Using Bell 47 helicopter as base, Vasconcelos lavishly decorated it with ostrich feathers and thousands of rhinestones (Swarovski crystals, gold leaf, industrial coating, dyed leather upholstery embossed with fine gold, Arraiolos rugs, walnut wood, wood grain painting, passementerie).