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The Great Wave

The Great Wave

Custom three piece wall art by UBERKREATIVE design, inspired by the 19th century Japanese woodblock print The Great Wave off Kanagawa.

Made to order
Handmade item
7ply canadian maple
7.75''

available here >>> https://www.etsy.com/shop/UberKreativeDesign

all images by © UBERKREATIVE

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7PLY Project 2018

#7PLYPROJECT 2018 Contemporary Urban Culture Festival

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Floppy Disk wooden coasters

Laser engraved "Floppy Disk" wooden coasters

These retro "Floppy Disk" coasters (set of 4 - two different designs) are part of the collection "The old school series" by Überkreative architects | designers.

The floppy disks are laser engraved onto solid beech wood of 6mm and finished with natural, eco-friendly oil from orange extracts to enhance and protect the wood's natural beauty.

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default X6

default X6 // Thessaloniki / 24-25 Oct.

Underground parking lot Art Exhibition

 

default is an interdisciplinary network of artists, architects, designers, and musicians located in Greece. Fusing individual creative tensions through synergy, default aims at bringing together various fields of art. Our purpose is to promote and support what we like in an unconditional level.

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TOMS exhibition

TOMS exhibitiont

21.10.2015 NEW IDEAS WORTH SHARING

 

"UKskateboards The Vintage Series" Skateboard ART exhibition by UBERKREATIVE design.

 A series of custom design laser engraved skateboard decks, inspired by nostalgia, retro design and fashion. All decks are 7 ply Canadian maple, manufactured and engraved in EU and each design is printed in a limited amount of copies to produce a unique and collectable work of art.

 

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Solar-Powered Glowing Bicycle Path In Netherlands

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Spaceship concept by Ferrari Design Director Flavio Manzoni

concept by flavio manzoni
3D model by guillaume vasseur
rendering and post-production by guglielmo galliano

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A Miniature Painting a Day by Lorraine Loots

There’s a funny irony in the story of South African miniaturist Lorraine Loots, the creator of the widely popular art project ‘Postcards for Ants’, who ended up being a full-time painter only months after deciding that art would never become her main profession.

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