Art

Emma Hartvig – Photography

30. May 2016
Emma Hartvig | Swimming Pool

Emma Hartvig is a promising young photographer born in Sweden, currently living and working in Berlin. In her work she shows her love for cinema, clever narratives and enjoyable, colourful aesthetics. Take a look at her striking portfolio of enticing, often unexpected photographic compositions.…

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Spaces

Phill’s Corner Bistro

26. May 2016
Phill's Corner Bistro Interior Design

Phill’s Corner Bistro Phill’s Corner is a bistro by successful restaurateur Filip Mičan, located in the Holport Design Centre in Prague. White painted, rough brick walls and pale mint green concrete floors provide a minimal color concept. Furnitures and accessories are by brands like Vitra, Menu, Magis and Czech lighting specialist Lasvit deliver the same message. Studio Jan Plecháč & Henry Wielgus Jan Plecháč & Henry Wielgus met during their studies at The Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in…

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Art Objects

Kokeshi Dolls by Becky Kemp

23. May 2016
Andy Warhool Kokeshi Doll by Becky Kemp

Becky Kemp celebrates cultural icons with traditional Japanese Kokeshi Dolls Becky carried a sketchbook with her 24/7 since she was old enough not to loose it. And ever since she is interested in everything that has to do with arts or creating beautiful things. Her parents encouraged her to create from an early age and Becky still believes in the idea that if you can’t find what you are looking for simply learn how to make it yourself. Four years…

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Fashion

Wishlist: 10 Swimwear Labels Celebrating Minimal Design

19. May 2016
Pale Swimwear | Green Glitter Mermaid Bikini | Made in Barcelona

Pale Swimwear – Barcelona (pictured above) Pale is an independent swimwear brand based in Barcelona. Taking aesthetic cues from the sights, sounds, fashion and music of the present and the past, Pale combines elements of swimwear and lingerie into pieces defined by clean lines and a subtle color palette. With a strong focus on both technical production and quality, Pale collections are entirely designed and made in Barcelona using premium, locally sourced materials. You can shop the collection on their…

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Art

Confetti System

16. May 2016
Confetti System Fun Installations

Confetti System transforms simple materials such as tissue paper, cardboard, and silk into interactive objects that create a point of focus, where memories are made and a spontaneous collaboration with the viewer is sparked. Their work is evoking a sense of nostalgia and lighthearted fun. The people behind the studio are Nicholas Andersen and Julie Ho who are working as artists, stylists, and designers. Their shared love of communal celebration and craft-making has brought them together to create Confetti System.…

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Objects

Modular Candleholders

11. May 2016
Modular Candleholders | Stack by Earnest Studio | white & copper

“Stack” is a series of modular candleholders. It was designed by Rachel Griffin for Rotterdam based Earnest Studio (see another great product by her here). Each module is fitted with an o-ring on the interior, allowing the various parts to pressure-fit together. Produced in two different heights and three different finishes (white, blue-black and copper), the six different modules can be combined in an infinite number of combinations to construct a functional and graphical centrepiece.…

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Spaces

Par La Roy Fashion Boutique – Interior Design By Savvy Studio

9. May 2016
Par La Roy Fashion Boutique | Retail Design by Savvy Design Studio

Par La Roy is a Mexican fashion boutique that promotes selected brands and upcoming artists and designers alike. The space is defined by a simple and clear layout which allows products to be displayed in an orderly and attractive fashion. The ambience itself is quite neutral, predominantly white, using only desaturated colours as complements, thus promoting a harmonious relation amongst the varied proposals that Par La Roy has to offer. The project’s formal and structured language is based on two…

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Objects

Earnest Studio – Mill Table Lamp

5. May 2016
Earnest Studio | Mill table lamp

The Mill Table Lamp is inspired by the Dexterity of the Basic Sphere The 2016 Salone del Mobile (a furniture fair in Milan) took place this month and I’d like to show you one of my favorite projects that was presented there. Mill is a movable table lamp that maintains its position using balance. Just two components – a ball, balanced on a cone – combined with gravity, afford the lamp an exceptionally wide range of motion. Mill uses energy…

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Art

RoAndCo – Art Direction for Loeffler Randall

4. May 2016
RoAndCo – Art Direction for Loeffler Randall

I always feel super inspired when seeing design work by New York City based creative agency RoAndCo. It was about time to show at least one of their projects on the blog! The most recent one that caught my eye is the Art Direction for well known shoe and bag brand Loeffler Randall. Inspired by founder Jessie Randall’s refreshing palette and fresh Resort ’16 collection, RoAndCo created a visual narrative that brings the product’s sculptural motifs to life through art…

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Art

The 100 Day Project / Drawing A Plant Each Day

2. May 2016
The 100 Day Project #SarahDrawsPlants

The 100 Day Project by Elle Luna has started again and this year I decided to join the party! My chosen topic is drawing plants – at least one plant each day for 100 days. Here on the blog I will be showing a couple of paintings and drawings from time to time, but certainly not all. Perhaps when the 100 days are over I will scan everything and put it up on my website. For now it’s all about…

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