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Frame #100 - Sept/Oct 2014

Now here is a cause for celebration. From its humble beginnings back in 1997, Frame celebrates its 100th issue. 

Martin Tatchell speculates about the promises of in-vitro meat, also known as cultured meat.

In-Vitro Culture by Martin Tatchell

Plymouth University Graduate Replaces Nature with Science

By 2050 our world population will count around 9 billion people, confronting our global food industry with the inevitable need to …

Carpet, a ceramic tile designed by Studio FM for Refin, adds a traditional touch with a modern twist to Ristorante Persé.

Carpet by Studio FM Milano for Refin

Graphic Tiles Merge Technology and Tradition

Ristorante Persé, a dining destination in the Parco Sempione area of Milan, looks to the past to influence the present. 

At Roskilde Festival 2014, Marcos Zotes transformed ordinary scaffolding into an out-of-this-world light installation.

Nebulæ by Marcos Zotes

Unique Universe of Light Entices Festival Goers

At this summer’s Roskilde Festival, visual artist Marcos Zotes transformed a 12-m-high scaffolding structure into a …

Ine & Sanne work within the parameters of fashion, design and film.

Debut by Ine & Sanne

Music Video Features Range of Wacky Props

Ine & Sanne had to wait more than two years for their first film, Debut, to see the light of day. 

A striking silhouette is created by 150,000 transparent fibres in The Gate.

The Gate by Tokujin Yoshioka

Japanese Artist Suspends 150,000 Transparent Fibres

On display throughout the summer at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai, 'Cartier Time Art - Mechanic of Passion”'is a …

Bacterial Cellulose is grown by natural processes and may be a natural alternative to manufactured materials.

Invisible Resources by Zuzana Gombosova

Biological Printer Controls Growth

A conceptual printing device may prove that man can control nature after all.