Fruit and Veggie-Inspired Tableware

In this collection of tableware named Graft<, Chinese designer Qiyun Deng took organic to a different level by infusing the texture of fruit and vegetable kins into the cuterly. Although meant to be disposable, these tableware are made of biodegradable plastic using 3D printer and thus, are much more environmentally friendly than the normal disposable tableware. The idea behind Graft, as explained by its creator: Texture and form in nature autonomously exist with a function…


Lively Origami by Artist Nguyen Hung Cuong

The first impression you may have of this slender, quiet and modest twenty something man is that he looks more like a science lab nerd than an artist. However, with more than 15 years folding paper, Nguyen Hung Cuong has the dexterity of a craftsman, the creativity of an artist and the passion of an origami enthusiast running through his vain. From the elegant curviness of a blooming orchid to the rugged sternity of a…


Time Orchestra with Maha Alusi

What else can you do with candle whose history dates back to two thousand years ago? German candle artist Maha Alusi may have a thing or two to share when it comes to making this symbol of light and coziness contemporary. Alusi’s candles play with the elegant movement of fire as it burns through the wax, constantly reshaping and, in a sense, giving life, to the otherwise static and dull white wax. Time has never…