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Locked in panel blocks | Michal Zahornacky
covid

Locked in panel blocks | Michal Zahornacky

Regular blocks in pastel tones and strange, dense compositions: Slovakian photo artist Michal Zahornacky have placed the feeling of isolation into a new dimension. Michal Zahornacky started to form an interest towards photography ten years ago, as a means of artistic self-expression: he sees it as a medium allowing him
A label inspired by history | Zbojnícka
design

A label inspired by history | Zbojnícka

Here’s a Slovak fruit distillate, which sports visual elements that not only give the drink a special character but also showcase Slovak culture and tradition. The distinctive label was created by the Czech design studio AMOTH. The visual appearance of similar products usually focuses on the main component of
House with a terrace | beef architekti
architecture

House with a terrace | beef architekti

The harmony of concrete, brick and timber combined with simple and airy geometric shapes: the clean and elegant solutions of the house designed by architecture studio beef architekti are prominent examples of Slovakian architecture. The weekend house was built for an elderly couple in the outskirts of Bratislava, in the
Locked in panel blocks | Michal Zahornacky
covid

Locked in panel blocks | Michal Zahornacky

Regular blocks in pastel tones and strange, dense compositions: Slovakian photo artist Michal Zahornacky have placed the feeling of isolation into a new dimension. Michal Zahornacky started to form an interest towards photography ten years ago, as a means of artistic self-expression: he sees it as a medium allowing him
Surreal spaces | Andrea Koporova
art

Surreal spaces | Andrea Koporova

Neon-like, soft tones, human figures in unusual positions, and staged compositions combined with a surrealist atmosphere. The photographs of Slovakian-born Andrea Koporova are as if we were looking at the world from a kaleidoscope. Andrea Koporova learnt the basics of photography and established her characteristic visual world on her own,
Back to nature | Ark-shelter
architecture

Back to nature | Ark-shelter

In the pre-epidemic times, we often longed for escaping into nature and for distancing ourselves from society. In the past months, perhaps we managed to slow down a little, but our need to escape our everyday lives still prevails. Owing to its minimalist design, the cabin called Ark-shelter blends in
Nostalgic memories | The illustrations of Ivana Kozlau Lauridsen
art

Nostalgic memories | The illustrations of Ivana Kozlau Lauridsen

Sophisticated and nostalgic colors, soft gestures and Scandinavian simplicity. Slovakian-born Ivana Kozlau Lauridsen creates clean and soothing patterns and illustrations. Ivana uses her own childhood memories as inspiration, in a manner as if she was living in the ‘70s – this is what makes her visual world unique and recognizable. For