From Graffiti to Tattooing: The Body Art of Ninne Oat

He has been a graffiti artist since 1999 under the name of “Ninne.” Nineteen years later he is still using a similar name but now as a tattooist, having started working in the tattoo industry in 2015. “I decided to become a tattooist because I believe it is a form of art that is more…

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Author: Adriana de Barros

Viewing platform tops Felipe Assadi’s Casa Cipolla on Chilean coast

Casa Cipolla by Felipe Assadi

The roof of this concrete house, by Felipe Assadi Arquitectos, doubles as a lookout point for residents to take in views of Chile’s coastline.

Casa Cipolla is a single-storey, rectangular home that is nestled into a sloping site in Ensenada, beside the Pacific Ocean.

Due to the location, Felipe Assadi Arquitectos paid as much attention to the building’s outdoor spaces as its interior areas. Continue reading

Adults and children encouraged to play in Mikiya Koboyashi’s whimsical park

Playscape by Mikiya Koboyashi encourages adults and children in Tokyo to play

A whimsical park-like exhibition curated by Japanese designer Mikiya Koboyashi featured five fabric-covered playground pieces.

Held at his Tokyo design shop last month, Koboyashi’s Playscape provided the designer with an opportunity to design for his own inner child and create a “poetic” landscape that everyone visiting could interact with.

The park-like landscape included five items that visitors could play on and around – a swing, seesaw, cradle, mountain and rocking chair. Continue reading