|source: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
Next Best of the Web has come! The heels above, called "chopins", come from Italy from 1550–1650! They are made of exquisitely decorated cork or wood, and were fashionable in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Italy.So the first article...
...#1...an exhibition " “Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe." has just been opened in Brooklyn Museum. The collection consists of over 160 pairs of shoes. You can see the exhibition's trailer here.
#2. Art from...cardboard. Charming miniature paper architecture by Daniel Adgag..
#3. Disappearing kitchen hood Faber Anima - presented this year at Eurocucina in Milan.
#4. Creative ideas for bussiness cards.
#5. Different nationalities in Polish national costumes. Why not :-) Beautiful pictures and a very interesting project in Poland, ethnically very homogenous.
#6. Abstract pictures of Parisian rooftops.
#7. Wonderful world of miniature people by Williama Kass.
#8. Stunning geometric patterns from Araic culture coming from Éléments de l'art arabe book from 1879.
#9. Something REALLY good - "Daily Spoon" project. A young artist undertook a project to create a spoon a day. The effect is going to be 365 spoons made of different kinds of wood. You can follow the progress on his Instagram and website.