BEST OF MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2016 This in fact leads us to making mention of the pastel toned colour way which kept appearing all about town: all the way from HAY’s multicoloured presentation inside La Pelota - which inspired thoughts of 1950’s-era candy shops - to Patricia Urquiola’s console and mirror from the SHIMMER series she created for Glas Italia. Unsurprisingly, Patricia was a very busy designer this season - to prove our point we must note the incredible CREDENZA collection that she collaborated on with Federico Pepe on for Spazio Pontaccio which was inspired by the stained glass windows of holy sites. Marble seemed to be another trend at this Salone, especially black Marquina marble which appeared in everything from Apparatus Studio’s Portal marble dining table, to the small, Niobe side tables designed by Federica Capitani for Zanotta, not to mention the Mr. Marble jar which was designed by Lorenza Bozzoli exclusively for the 10 by Yatzer collection.
Graphic Exchange - The blog of Mr Cup - graphic design, print, identity, products and more... After weeks of work, I am pleased to present my new portfolio. It will be now under the mrcup-studio.com name as after working freelance for years, I am now in a real studio with Jef working with me. He designs this website and I thanks him for that, I guess it is important to have a new eye on your own work ! An important thing to was to separate the project for what I was commissioned to do by clients and companies and the work on I self-initiated and do with other designers and creatives like the letterpress calendar and the Walter magazine done with the mediafix team !
Surface Design + Inspiration Interiors | Pillow Talk It seems like these days the throw pillow craze has reached new heights. No longer are we looking for our couch decorations just to blend in and stay still, we have begun to ask our couch art to positively pulse with creativity. And that’s where artists like Tyler Spangler step in. His collection of vibrant and color flooded art prints are available as throw pillows on Society 6, in case your couch is looking a bit plain. archivekarlablack Karla Black, What Others Ask, 2008, Brown paper, paint, glue, eyeshadow, lipstick, nail varnish, wood, 222 x 370 x 58 cm, Installationview West London Projects, Courtesy of the artist, Mary Mary, Glasgow and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Köln. Karla Black, Wish List, 2008, Sugar paper, chalk, ribbon, hair gel, nail varnish, plaster powder, paint, petroleum jelly, polythene, rubber glove, Dimensions Variable, Photo: Thierry Bal, Installation view Tate Britain, Courtesy of the artist, Mary Mary, Glasgow and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Köln. migros museum für gegenwartskunst Limmatstrasse 270 41 1 277 20 50 Zürich Karla Black May 16-August 16, 2009 The migros museum für gegenwartskunst is presenting the work of Scottish artist Karla Black (born 1972 in Alexandria, lives and works in Glasgow) in her first solo exhibition in Switzerland. Plaster, chalk dust and Vaseline, or substances such as face powder, lipstick and nail varnish make up Black’s raw materials. Exhibition curator is Heike Munder.
London Cloth Company Revives The Lost Craft Of Loom Weaving – iGNANT.de From the rescue of a rusting loom in a Welsh barn to 41 tons of machinery weaving endless yards of fabric for export around the globe, the story of the London Cloth Company is a captivating tribute to the hard work, vision and determination of the gregarious Daniel Harris. Accompanied by his cat, Flo Rida, in his workshop – located in an old air force hangar on an industrial estate in Epping, London – Harris spent a chilly but sun-dappled morning introducing us to his world of weaving with the industrial machinery he single-handedly rescued and restored. The London Cloth Co is the city’s first micro-mill. How did it all begin? “I started off with one loom, and now I’ve got 41 tonnes or machinery, at least.
Eye Makeup Looks, Makeup Ideas How-to: Merry Makeup This is my look for Christmas Eve It is definitely similar to what I normally opt for over Christmas! This year, I decided to use green eyeliner rather than green eyeshadow. 50 Design Blogs You Have To Read In 2015 - Shillington Design Blog Hello readers! Guess what? We’ve updated this list for the new year. CxC - Childfree by Choice — Faith Popcorn's BrainReserve Redefining Tomorrow’s Family The nuclear family is detonating “As American as Mom and apple pie,” the saying used to go. But now, a societal tsunami is underway, changing the way we see motherhood and questioning its primacy in the fabric of our culture. The U.S. birthrate has plunged to unprecedented lows: In the 1970s, 1 in 10 American women were childless.
The Six & Five Studio — SOMA for Catalogue Fubiz Media is one of the largest online magazines in France that delivers a vision and perspective on the latest news about Creativity, Inspiration and Pop Culture. For the launch of the new website, we decide to propose a real "Fubiz Creativity Room". Making Fubiz, a physical place where the art hosts. We divide the references and projects in the colour sections : Green is for Graphic, Pink is Photography, Yellow is Design, Red is Pop Culture, Blue is Video, Violet is Technology.
Kids Lifestyle Trend Expert News: We are recruiting! We are recruiting! We’re looking for a full-time Junior Trend Researcher to join us at our Newcastle-based head office. The Science of Creativity - Graphic Design Yes, Sweden bring me one of these flying carpets please! Oyyo. Woos (2010) by PetPunk from Lithuania. Am back from the UK, and here is Japan's Myoshka. The unofficial poster of this track. We're Open is a fantastic graphic design and advertising studio from Stepney, Australia.
s Trend Briefing covering "7 Consumer Trends To Run With In 2014" Growing numbers of consumers can no longer escape an awareness of the damage done by their consumption: to the planet, society, or themselves. But a mixture of indulgence, addiction and conditioning mean that most can’t substantially change their consumption habits. The result? A never-ending guilt spiral. fireclaytile There is just something so good about black and white tile...especially if it's handpainted. We chose some of our favorite patterns from our Handpainted Collections to create our new Black and White Handpainted Collection! Using the colors White Wash, French Linen and Basalt, 12 of our patterns got a bold new look. From Classic Cuerda Seca to Sakura, we chose a mix of patterns that are sure to compliment your space (and each other if you wanted to do a mix). Scroll down to see all 12 of our Black and White patterns.
We Love Magazines Another Escape launched earlier this year and number two has just been published. Like last time, it’s divided into four distinct sections – Inspiration, Exploration, Process and Response – and uses these to deal with different aspects of the extraordinary in the ordinary. Octopuses, rehabilitating old machines, beekeeping and the revival of the tango all make appearances as editors Rachel and Jody spread their net wide. A personal highlight is this story about coffee preparation (below).