Photography & Design Projects Roundup

Photography & Design Projects Roundup

We’ve been having a great time covering interesting photography and design this month. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite posts on these subjects from our archives. Up above, we have Sandhi Schimmel Gold’s amazing junk mail portraiture. How-To: Print on Fabric with an Inkjet Printer, by Andrew Lewis Dreamy Hand-Painted Photography by Sebastiaan […]

Tearable Wallpaper

Wallpaper is daunting for a few reasons, one of them being the peeling off part. Design Milk features a great solution for this with Znak’s tear-off wallpaper. You can custom the design to your liking by tearing off pieces. I particularly dig how you or your small fry can create a mural over it, then […]

Dear Photograph

In honor of Design & Photography month, I thought I’d share a wonderful user-contributed photoblog, Dear Photograph. The idea is simple — “take a picture of a picture from the past in the present”. Ha! OK, that may sound complicated, but it’s easy to see what 22-year-old DP creator, Taylor Jones, is talking about. [See […]

Stools Upholstered with Large-Scale Knits

UK-based textile designer Claire-Anne O’Brien loves playing with the textural elements of knitting stitches. Here, she’s used a combination of hand and machine knitting to create dramatically oversized patterns as upholstery. On her website, you can also see interesting examples of her Modular Stitch concept, which plays on the most basic element of knitting – […]

A Chandelier from Vintage Glove Molds

This light fixture from Los Angeles design studio Voila! reached out and grabbed me, so to speak. Called a Handelier, it’s modern and funny and functional all at once. Even better, it’s made from vintage aluminum glove molds. Visit this feature on Design Milk to see matching handy standing lamps and wall sconces.