A fun music basket to help toddlers to explore the song Old MacDonald Had a Farm.

Old MacDonald Had a Farm Music Basket

The rhythmic patterns on the surface of the water are reflected on to the large town hall façade by cleverly devised lighting management.

The rhythmic patterns on the surface of the water are reflected on to the large town hall façade by cleverly devised lighting management.

Mudhut's Polyresin Sculptural Floor Lamp has a pleasing rhythmic pattern that brings a global feel to your lighting. It's crafted from resin to be lightweight and easy to move wherever you need it. The floor lamp comes with a classic drum lamp shade made of burlap for added texture.

Polyresin Sculptural Floor Lamp - Coffee

Mudhut's Polyresin Sculptural Floor Lamp has a pleasing rhythmic pattern that brings a global feel to your lighting. It's crafted from resin to be lightweight and easy to move wherever you need it. The floor lamp comes with a classic drum lamp shade made of burlap for added texture.

Monochrome Weave - woven fabric detail inspired by rhythmic patterns; modern weaving // Julia Astreou #textiles

Grey Rhythm - Handwoven cushion cover

Monochrome Weave - woven fabric detail inspired by rhythmic patterns; modern weaving // Julia Astreou #textiles

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

@Clearing_New_York_Brussels presents two exhibitions of new works by #MargueriteHumeau and #LoicRaguenes. Raguenes revels romanticism and rhythmic patterns in his Mists series, drawing loosely upon nature. His lines are figurative and abstract. Humeau manipulates pre existing surveillance methods, such as anti-climb spikes and facial recognition tools, investigating the way objects we create betray us.

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