German artist Markus Linnenbrink’s colorful capital is loaded in the form of stripes across the walls and floors in his most recent installation “Off the wall!”, shown at the gallery Kunsthalle in Nuremberg, Germany.
“The sound of the camera makes the photographer happy and fuels his passion.” And by these words, we can immediately comprehend the connection established between Nick Frank and photography itself, since 2010.
Faced with a 360-degree view of the Place de la Bastille, Tehran-born India Mahdavi appointed the lovely Café Français in her neo-seventies style. The architect’s formula? Glinting geometrics + white, midnight blue, deep red and coppery gold.
Written by Nikita Sheth Ilona Habben is a freelance photographer living in Hamburg. Her latest ‘Glassware Series’, styled by Dietland Wolf , sits at the intersection of photography, design and art. Habben successfully transforms glassware beyond the functional realm. The art of balance is celebrated through an assortment of translucent glass vessels some of which […]
WWD predicted the top-10 Pantone colors for the upcoming spring 2011 collections, so far after the New York fashion week and the present London fashion week, their prediction has been very accurate… See more details below