ShopFlow – Create an online store in minutes. Codrops. +tongtong on Web Design Served. Macro.theme on Web Design Served. Award Winning Jewellery Design Studio. «Sea of Ink». Fresh Calligraphy and Lettering logos on Behance. Formløs Brand Lab on Behance. Slanted Magazine #22 – Art Type on Behance. Participants: Mirko Borsche, Lars Breuer, Stefan Brüggemann, Sico Carlier, Rosson Crow, Shannon Ebner, Paul Elliman, Experimental Jetset, Hannes Famira, Edward Fella, Lutz Fezer, Luca Frei, Gilbert & George, Liam Gillick, James Goggin, Tommy Grace, Karl Haendel, Alex Hanimann, Helmo, Dennis Hopper, Jeffery Keedy, Astrid Klein, Zak Kyes, Carolina Laudon, Lola, Chris Lozos, Ian Lynam, Michel M., Michel Majerus, Stefan Marx, Metahaven, David Millhouse, Kate Moross, Neasden Control Centre, Alexander Negrelli, Navid Nuur, Ruben Pater, David Peacock, Daniel Pflumm, Project Projects, Allen Ruppersberg, Ed Ruscha, Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh, Stefan Sandner, Paula Scher, Aurel Schmidt, Pamela C.
Biocouture. Suzanne Lee (art director), Liz Ciokajlo-Squire, Aaron Lampert,Thomas Makryniotis Suzanne Lee est une pionnière du biodesign et de la manufacture du futur dans les domaines de la mode, des vêtements de sport et des marques de luxe.
Fondé en 2003, l’atelier BioCouture s’intéresse à l’utilisation de cultures de micro-organismes en vie (levures et bactéries) pour faire pousser des vêtements durables et compostables à partir de biomatériaux comme la cellulose. BioCouture a récemment évolué pour devenir une société de conseil qui établit des partenariats avec des producteurs émergents de biomatériaux afin de concevoir et façonner l’avenir des produits de consommation cultivés. L’atelier BioCouture développe actuellement l’utilisation de micro-organismes vivants afin de « faire pousser » une chaussure. C’est la première fois au monde qu’un tel procédé de fabrication de chaussure est exploré.
Design du vivant : salut ou ruine de l’humanité ? Prospective Design, Les escales du design à Bordeaux. Ele Miško Communication Visual on Behance. Processing Hour of Code. Grain de Couleur. Mutuo on Behance. tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/61/83/26/PDF/Schweizer_-_Simac_1.pdf. Kano computer kit by MAP. Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby's creative consultancy MAP has designed a build-your-own computer kit (+ slideshow).
London studio MAP worked with computer company Kano to create parts for the machine, designed as kit for learning about how computers work. The kit runs on the Raspberry Pi platform - a customisable single-board computer that allows the user to add components. MAP created a transparent case for the Raspberry Pi board, comprising two C-shaped transparent shells that clip together to secure the cable connections but leave the top open for the user to experiment with adding additional parts. "We knew that it was important to protect the Raspberry Pi board and we were frustrated to see that most of the cases on the market actually seal the board in a box," said MAP director Jon Marshall.
"Our two-part bumper case provides protection while encouraging Kano users to experiment and make. " A Kickstarter campaign to crowd fund the project has launched today. W.I.A Brand. Spring Summer 2014 fashion collection by Y-3 and Peter Saville. Prints by graphic designer Peter Saville adorn the garments and footwear in fashion brand Y-3's Spring Summer 2014 collection.
Peter Saville picked images and slogans he found across the internet for the Meaningless Excitement range by Japanese brand Y-3, designer Yohji Yamamoto's label produced by sports brand Adidas. Pictures of car parts and rain-splattered windows were distorted with bright colours and printed onto a variety of waterproof, sheer and cotton fabrics. "This collection served as testament to the irreverent brilliance of Peter Saville, who found inspiration in the vastness of the internet, culling images and words from online forums, social media and personal blogging platforms," said the brand.
Used for both men's and women's apparel, the prints cover baggy trousers and hooded T-shirts to create colourful ensembles as well as sections of clothing like sleeves. Saville also designed the typography to write the slogans he took from social media sites across the clothes. Spring Summer 2014 footwear by Y-3 and Peter Saville for Adidas. Graphic designer Peter Saville has created the prints and typography on these shoes by fashion brand Y-3 (+ slideshow).
Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto's Y-3 line produced by sports label Adidas includes a range of colourful casual footwear. For Spring Summer 2014, Y-3 used colourful prints created by Peter Saville, who "found inspiration in the vastness of the internet, culling images and words from online forums, social media, and personal blogging platforms" to use for the Meaningless Excitement collection. Saville warped and distorted the images taken from various corners of the internet to create the acid-coloured graphics printed onto high-tops and trainers. He also designed the typography for chunky platform sandals that says "Hi! Westminster BA Fashion 2013 collection by Philli Wood. The illusion of giant cable knits was created by prints on sportswear fabric in Westminster student Philli Wood's BA fashion collection.
Wood chose to print black knitwear patterns onto pink and orange performance nylons instead of knitting the pieces. "I liked the idea of something looking like knit from afar but in fact being something completely different," he told Dezeen. Three dimensional cables on a round jacket and a separate chunky scarf appeared to be inflated. The wool patterns were also printed onto silk dresses and tights in the same colours. Parkas of various lengths with wide-brimmed hoods were lined with orange nylon to reference the traditional anoraks. Drawstrings used to manipulate the outline of the garments were made from thick rubber and had oversized metal toggles. Wood's collection featured in the University of Westminster BA Fashion 2013 show, which took place last week. TOTEM. Aurélie Bidermann.
BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS / SELFRIDGES pop-up store on Behance. Commissioned by Selfridges London 2013 The Bright Young Things initiative is a launch-pad for young creation, legitimizing the selected designers by giving them a space to display their creative prowess.
We decided to use this showcase in a factual approach by designing a store that plays with materials and feelings through a unique furniture collection. Our idea for the Bright Young Things concept store and window display was to create a simple mix of ephemeral inflatable modules and timeless marble forms. These modules, inspired by ephemeral structures from the 1960's, play with the transparency and weight of materials.
On the one hand, inflatable plastic is a temporary material : a materialisation of the air that also refers to a childhood world. This play on paradoxical properties leads to a retro-futuristic aesthetic which represents both the luxurious and the pop universes. This installation illustrates the minimalist and metaphorical spirit of Bonsoir Paris. NOIR NOIR - NOIR NOIR. [Exclusive Video] From Sketch Board To Spectacle: The Making Of Krewella's Crystal Volcano. Enlisting the help of V Squared Labs, the studio behind the visuals for ISAM, Amon Tobin's mind-blowing projection-mapped performance sculpture with fabricator Stefano Novelli, Chicago trio Krewella recently realized a two-year dream of creating a giant, first-of-its-kind glittering volcano for their live shows.
As part their newest tour, the band, whose debut album Get Wet hit stores on Tuesday, worked in tandem with the studio to turn ideas and sketches into a full-scale light extravaganza. Above, we talked with the the masterminds behind the project about the massive crystal volcano, how it works, and the steps it took to get it from idea to installation. Below, one of the bands earliest sketches of the volcano: Below: How the band and V Squared Labs imagined the crystals lighting: Art & Fashion Bilbao International.
Participation Entrance is open to young people of any nationality who are aged between 18 and 35 years.
Registration Period: From October 1st. to December 16th. 2013. Theme of the competition This is open, although for added merit the work presented should bear some relationship to the world of art from the historic or creative point of view, manifested either, in the inspiration behind the collection itself or in specific references: fabric prints, shapes, details etc.
The Jury will pay special attention to the creativity, the quality of the finish and the elegance of the works presented. All collections must be original without having been entered for any other competition.
Expérience & synesthésie. Hoi Bo on Behance. Design. Illustration pack 2012-2013 on Behance. Medici on Behance. Tobias van Schneider on Behance. Black Diamond Fund on Behance. Andrei Gorokhov. Site mobile operator SMARTS on Behance. Ruslan Khasanov on Behance. Webydo Website: Yoav Gurin. on Behance. Website & App on Behance. The concept for Noma Authentic is a side project from the world famous restaurant Noma.
The concept is to create a culinary grand tour, for peopl… Read More The concept for Noma Authentic is a side project from the world famous restaurant Noma. Nordic by noma on Behance. Nordic by Noma is a concept developed by the world's best resturant Noma located in Denmark. Noma will present an outside dinner event in each of… Read More Nordic by Noma is a concept developed by the world's best resturant Noma located in Denmark. Flat UI Design - A showcase of the best examples of the flat UI design aesthetic on the web. UNI:VERSE 2012 on Behance. Laser-Engraved Recycled Notebook on Behance. Bookline Rebranding on Behance. JUST IN CASE. Packaging / packaging.
Graphic Design Barcelona. The Vein 'Magma' on Behance. THE SKRILLEX CELL. The Skrillex Cell is a multidisciplinary touring production that mixes 3D projection mapping and real-time motion capture for live performance. Votre design 3D devient réalité avec l'impression 3D. Cartes de Visite, MiniCards, Cartes Postales personnalisées et bien plus encore... AFD (défense des designers) Boston Area Graphic Design & Photography. Now that we’ve introduced you to our new website we thought we should explain where our namesake comes from. As with any naming project we’re asked to approach, the name needs a few important attributes. Memorable: The name must be something succinct that is either unusual, different, or special.
Ideally it would be all three.Creates a strong mental image: You know that look when a dog tilts his head when you say “cookie” or “walk”? This is what we’re talking about. Close your eyes, Bluerock looks like something. So what’s the meaning behind Bluerock? Ben grew up on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, which often looks blue from a distance.A stream bed near Lainey’s hometown contains unusual blue slag rocks.The words “blue” and “rock” are strong and evocative.To us, the name feels solid, unusual, friendly and professional. Designer Mode d'emploi N°1. J’ai douze ans. Designer Mode d'emploi N°2.
J’ai douze ans. Pourrons-nous un jour nous passer de nos claviers et de nos souris ? Le design numérique, révélation artistique et industrielle. Une lampe murale interactive pouvant changer de couleur et d'intensité au gré des mouvements de son utilisateur, tel est le projet développé par le duo de designers Jean-Louis Frechin et Uros Petrevski pour la Creative Gallery by Windows 8, au Palais de Tokyo. Cette lampe modulaire connectée n'est pas une première pour Jean-Louis Frechin, designer incontournable du numérique. En effet, le dirigeant de la société NoDesign est aussi le père du concept de « néo-objet », c'est à dire des objets capables de transmettre des informations et des données diverses. Abolir l'espace et le temps : une allégorie du monde numérique ?
Wow, mec, on serait pas dans un ordinateur, là ? Illustration : Julian Garcia. PlaceIt by Breezi - Generate Product Screenshots in Realistic Environments. ConceptCookie's deviantART Gallery. ColorClaim on Behance. Global Street Fashion and Street Style. Making of... our Jewellery! on Behance. Cartilage chain earrings sur Etsy, la plateforme de vente du fait main et du vintage. Sire by Aekae and Swisshorn. Here are some photos of the latest collection of Sire spectacle frames, which are made of water buffalo horn. Designed by Zurich studio Aekae and manufactured by Swisshorn, the frames are made by hand from thin laminated layers of horn.
Aekae showed the first six Sire frames on Dezeen back in 2009 and have since expanded the range to 18 frames for sunglasses and correctional lenses, all with the same distinctive gap between the lenses at the nose bridge. Check out our top ten stories about spectacles and shades here. Stills are by Sandra Kennel. Portraits are by Nadine Ottawa. Here are some more details from Aekae: SIRE - handcrafted natural horn eyewear Origin A Sire was a Gentleman of rank, a Nobleman of certain esteem. T-shirt printing on Behance. ISO50 Blog – The Blog of Scott Hansen (Tycho / ISO50) » The blog of Scott Hansen (aka ISO50 / Tycho) Dark Matter. Weird Space. Kyle Thompson - Fine Art.