Sculptor and illustrator Jeremy Mayer started working with typewriters in 1994 while living in a small town in Iowa. Mayer believes the typewriter is a product of nature - it was designed by minds immersed in nature around them, and mimics the curves, geometry, and physical processes abounding in nature. Though it is cold metal created by human hands, Mayor believes the typewriter is just as much a natural material as stone or wood.Read More
Created by Brazilian designer Rafael Morgan, the Light Drop takes decorative lighting options to a new level of creativity.Read More
South Carolina designer Qaa’im Goodwin releases photos of an office calendar entitled T.I.M. (Translucence Towering Minimize). A Compositional Calendar System, this piece is made out of wood with what looks like stencil-cut numbers to denote the current month and day.Read More
Alan Bean resigned from NASA in 1981 to devote his time to painting. Many of his paintings currently reside at an exhibition at the Smithsonian. In his 18 years as an astronaut, he was fortunate enough to visit worlds and see sights no artist's eye have seen and expresses these experiences through the medium of art. Read More
The art of Fernando Vicente includes his impressive Atlas series — paintings on maps.
Aircraft Nose Art are personalized designs that were inspired by some of America's toughest air combat teams of the twentieth century.
Considered offensive by some, today's political correctness has tamed current designs to a whisper in comparison to World War II and Korea, when the popularity of aircraft nose art was at its peak.Read More