Even after knowing that Andrew Zuckerman’s ‘Bird’ photo series is real, it is hard to believe he was able to capture these gorgeous creatures in flight, with their wings and colors fully extended. I would love to have an extra-large print of one of these for an entire wall in my house.
Earlier this year we featured the work of Malene Landgreen and yesterday we were contacted by her studio to announce her current exhibition at Esbjerg Kunstmuseum in her home country Denmark. ‘Red Blue Motion Totem’ is the name of the exhibition which was created in celebration of the 100th birthday of Danish painter Richard Mortensen.
Romanian designer Olah Gyarfas is the man behind the fictional Baron he created to represent his label Rozalb de Mura. Oozing in its avant-garde aesthetics, Rozalb de Mura’s SS 2010 collection seems to be strongly influenced by primitive tribal costumes. “The two outfits can be composed, deconstructed and built again – like some disintegrable antique [...]
Hong Kong based design studio Oil Monkey is celebrating their 3rd anniversary. Main designer and owner Fuquan Junze is presenting their new furniture pieces. Simple and clean, I really like the mix of materials, like oak and plastic, or wood and stainless steal.
I came across photographer Noah Sheldon’s work over the weekend while browsing through some photo journals, and while I have not been able to re-find the series that initially caught my attention I found this Cats Wearing Clothes series which is worth sharing as a bookmark to the photographers work. Pretty cute and funny!
School of Seven Bells is a family-run, Brooklyn band including identical twins, Alejandra and Claudia Deheza (also of On!Air!Library!), and honorary kin, Benjamin Curtis (formerly of Secret Machines). The threesome has somehow created an experience of daintily rocking out; a celestial, yet down-to-earth sensation for its listeners.
Few days ago we talked about recycled design trends, well Human Republic wants to give a second chance and a new purpose to your plastic bottles. SOB (Save Our Bottles) isn’t your ordinary vase. It came out of HR’s realization that plastic bottles are used and abused at an alarming rate.
While browsing the portfolio of Alexander Crispin, I stopped on this nice ad campaign, which made me think a lot Linda Hundgren’s food campaign for Hemkop. While it is not difficult to shoot those still life, it’s a highly meticulous process that takes time and the results are always really visual.
Slowly transition into fall with these Ethnic Tribal looks shown here for her and him : Pom Pom Hood Gilet $100, Alex and Ani Jagger Endless Hoops $68, Drape Drop Armhole Vest $61, Horse+Nail Altair Croc Bag $1350. Continue for the mens look…