Manuel Vasquez Traces project researches the visual traces that are left u public places. ” The omnipresence of the gaze of surveillance turns the city into spectacle, and us into actors”. Traces look at the city as a theatrical scenario created with those visual codes…
French artist Frederique Daubal likes to cut, paste and draw. Overprint on magazines is one of her specialties. Coming from a graphic design background, she also experiments with textile as a 3 dimensional medium, or creates clothes under her name, without following any trends but using lots of second hand pieces…
Wonderlamp is the result of a collaboration between two very distinct creative companies, Studio Job and Pieke Bergmans. Studio Job is known for enlarging everyday objects and making them in cast bronze, while Pieke Bergmans creates mouth-blown crystals that coagulates into fluid forms. Together they came up with this fantastic lamp collection that you could [...]
Korean designer Chae Young Kim, develops her own aesthetic of digital textile based on fractal structures. Trying to push the boundaries, she mixes hand drawing and computer graphics to create a very new look with the expert and innovative use of digital software. Her wallpapers are digitally printed on silk habotai and tufted in sections [...]
“What if tomorrow, everyone’s car disappeared.” That is Ross Ching is thinking about the Los Angeles traffic. ” What would that scene look like? How would people react? How quickly would the atmosphere rebound from centuries of fossil fuel emissions?” He took Matt Logue’s still photography concept and applies it to what he does best: [...]
Copenhagen based design duo Mia Lisa Spon and Rui Andersen Rodrigues Diogo work together under the label Spon Diogo. Their work combines fine tailoring with graphic and industrial design, achieving a very strong constructed yet minimal aesthetic.
Here is the beautiful work of American photographer Jehad Nga, his Turkana series, are portraits of Kenyan local tribes in a purpose-built, darkened off hut, so that the viewer is confronted with the individuals and is not distracted by the dire surroundings… The exhibition is on at
We just received this great new fashion glossy, Jimon-Magazine. For their first issue, the LA based team created an edgy issue, with great fashion editorials and artist interviews (including one on David de Rothschild). Their format is unlike any other, oversize and unbound, this allows the reader to keep the magazine handy for inspiration.
Ever heard of Munchausen by Proxy? No? Well they’re only the best fictional band ever. Check out the world famous Jim Carrey in Yes Man and you’ll discover Zooey Deschanel proving her rock chops. Sure her pipes shone bright in Elf, but this actress turned dorky rock star teamed up with guitar maven Matt Ward [...]
Freja Beha and Lara Stone in “Collection Privee” photographed by Terry Richardson and styled and directed by Carine Roitfeld for Vogue Paris June/July 2010.