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2LMX by Arnaud Tellier

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November 11th, 2011

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If watch are your thing, I urge you to take check out this post. 2LMX is a new watch company created by a former head of the Geneva Patek Philippe museum Arnaud Tellier. A watchmaker by training and by inclination, Arnaud Tellier never completely broke with the workbench, always remaining in touch with watch restorers, designers, and artisans working in related fields. [ Continue Reading ]

URWERK – UR110 Amazing Video Ad

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March 16th, 2011

Screen shot 2011 02 26 at 6.25.12 PM 600x335 585x326 URWERK   UR110 Amazing Video AdUrwerk is a watchmaking company, created in 1995 at a meeting of the two brothers, Felix and Thomas Baumgartner, both watchmakers, and their friend Martin Frei, an artist and designer. Their goal is the development and new conception of expensive watches. The company is based in Geneva, Switzerland. [ Continue Reading ]

Limkis gets fantastical.

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September 30th, 2009

Fisherman  Blues by LimKis 400x400 Limkis gets fantastical.

Limkis (LimeKiss? Don’t know if that’s how it’s pronounced, but let’s go with it) comes to us from Switzerland via Russia. Her painterly digital art mixes Heavy Metal-style fantasy with more girl-friendly anime elements, resulting in work that’s as mysterious as it is engaging. [ Continue Reading ]

A Visual Feast

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August 19th, 2009

03 452x400 A Visual Feast Alex and Felix meet futuristic fashion meet Salvador Dali meet Flash Gordon meet pop art meet Geisha meet Hellraiser meet abstract art meet…..oh, I could go on and on trying to use pop culture as a comparison to Alex and Felix’s vivid imagination, but see for yourselves the grand splendor that Swiss artists Alex Gertschen and Felix Meier create from anything and everything that is NOT a computer. [ Continue Reading ]

Varinis Trompe Loeil

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January 29th, 2009

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Check out this selection of work from Swiss artist Felice Varini. Varini paints on different kinds of urban spaces such as windows, streets, and buildings. In the case of Felice, what you see is not always what you get. A master of playing with perspective, his work appears as scattered geometric shapes from different angles but from one vantage point the viewer can see the work as a whole, usually a simple uniform shape. His faux simplicity coupled with his use of basic, bright colors creates the ultimate life-sized optical illusion.