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Blog - upon a fold

Blog - upon a fold
wheel of life... January 15, 2014 Something very beautiful I just watched and wanted to share. It’s a film by André Gidoin & The Makerie Studio. All filmed in camera, the horses on the carousel are spaced to spin in sync with the camera’s frame rate, creating the illusion of motion. Each one is carefully studied to follow the one before it, so that once animated they appear to be galloping. I also loved the music. tweet this 30% OFF SALE... All your favourite Upon A Fold goods are now reduced by 30%. Justine xoxo tweet this foodie finds... Yummy new finds have just been added to the shop. tweet this blog break... Hello again. I’m taking a short break from blogging so I can give the little guy my undivided attention. Image: The beautiful baby shoes shown above are made entirely of handmade washi. tweet this the 2013 upon a fold sale... Our BIGGEST sale has just begun! Are you an international customer? Justine xo tweet this UPPERCASE stationery issue... tweet this kanako yaguchi's kirigami...

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Sweet Station Zemer Peled Peled was born and raised in a Kibbutz in the northern part of Israel. After completing a BA (Hons) at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem she graduated with an MA (Hons) from the Royal College of Art. In recent years her work has been featured nationally and internationally in museums and galleries including Sotheby’s and Saatchi Gallery-London, Eretz Israel Museum-Tel Aviv and the Orangerie du Senate, Paris among others. Zemer Peled’s work examines the beauty and brutality of the natural world. madame hervé : behind the curtains 2013 was a good year, not superbe, but really ok. I'm looking forward to 2014 and I'm sure it's much better than this last year. We have big plans for 2014, I will tell you more when the time is right!

We Like: Klaus Haapaniemi Klaus Haapaniemi started out as the key print designer for Diesel Style lab, and then worked as creative director and illustrator for well-known fashion label Bantam. Since then, he’s been something of a hot property, illustrating everything from Christmas store windows for Selfridges in London, Cacharel’s signature collection, fabric for Marimekko and special-edition packaging for PS2, to a Christmas story-book with celebrity writers such as Madonna’s daughter Lourdes and David Hasselhoff. In 2010 Klaus Haapaniemi and designer Mia Wallenius founded a design studio together. Their design approach is influenced by nature, Finnish folklore, fantasy and traditional decorative arts with a modern twist. Focusing on Klaus Haapaniemi textile collection, they also work in furniture, fashion, books, events and exhibitions,often collaborating with other designers and studios to create limited edition design pieces.

HonestlyWTF My flight is booked and I’m off to Spain in September! It’s been nearly 14 years since I last visited so I’m beyond excited to return to some of my favorite places as well as explore ones I’ve been dying to experience. Case in point: Majorca. The idea of staying at Cap Rocat, a luxurious retreat which was once a 19th century Spanish fort, makes visiting this large Balearic Island that much more appealing. Seydou Keita portraits accompanied by African hand block printed paper Art and design inspiration from around the world – CreativeRoots Explore Mali Close

Robots to revolutionize farming, ease labor woes SALINAS, Calif. (AP) — On a windy morning in California's Salinas Valley, a tractor pulled a wheeled, metal contraption over rows of budding iceberg lettuce plants. Engineers from Silicon Valley tinkered with the software on a laptop to ensure the machine was eliminating the right leafy buds. Les Cascadeurs by Laurent Gongora interrupts the flow of a waterfall Steel triangles protruded from a waterfall in central France to intervene with the cascade of water in this installation by artist Laurent Gongora. Laurent Gongora attached 24 metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux in France's mountainous Massif Central region to "redraw" the shape of the waterfall. Arranged in an eight-metre-high diamond formation, the pointed shapes stuck out through the falling water and diverted the torrent over their tops. "Looking at this huge cascade, I thought it would be interesting to tame the way water is falling," Gongora told Dezeen.

Orange Peel Hanger by TourDeFork From @tourdefork, a collection of objects that aim to re-use kitchen waste. Inspired by traditional Italian customs where peel and other food waste is re-used in a completely new context. (Click the images below for full sized images) Orange Peel Hanger BACK TO THE FUTURE 2 2011 : Irina Werning Now its time for KOREA, TAIWAN AND TOKYO. If you live here and want to participate in my project, email me amazing old pictures to : backtothefuturepics@gmail.com Riff Raff 1976 & 2011 London Andy 1967 & 2011 Los Angeles Admission Dates: April 8 - 13 2014Location: Ventura Lambrate, Milan The Piet Zwart Institute is pleased to announce their new exhibition, INSTRUMENTS: Reimaging the Music Room, presenting new projects by international designers from the Master of Interior Architecture & Retail Design [MIARD] programme. The exhibition will be at Ventura Lambrate from April 8 – 13, 2014. This is the 5th edition of Ventura Lambrate, held during Milan Design Week and simultaneously with the 53rd annual Salone Internazionale del Mobile. INSTRUMENTS: Reimaging the Music Room is an exhibition that centres on the theme of the domestic soundscape and the place of music in the home.

Keyhole Gardens Keyhole Gardens First made popular in Africa, keyhole gardens are catching on in Texas and other hot, dry places. Keyhole gardens hold moisture and nutrients due to an active compost pile placed in the center of a round bed. Although most helpful in hot and dry locations a keyhole garden will improve growing conditions in just about any climate. From a bird's eye view the garden is shaped as a keyhole.

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Mozilla Firefox These are a few pictures I took at the opening of the ‘Landscapes’ expo by Bureau Bas Smets at deSingel in Antwerp, discussing how landscape design in Flanders (‘a land without landscape’) has influenced the work of Bureau Bas Smets. I’m a bit late to post these photos since the expo ended 3 weeks ago, but if you’re interested to find out more, you can find the program booklet here (only in dutch). Continue reading Like this: Like Loading... Eiskreem is a new Belgian brand of home made ice cream that creates exciting new combinations of flavors and delivers them to your door each month.

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