Feldbusch Wiesner transforms the everyday banal into eclectic compositions that makes me look, and look, and look yet again.Read More
For the man who inspired endless communities across all industries. The man who gave us not just technologically advanced devices, but created technologies that touched our hearts, urban taster says “Thank You, Steve Jobs.”
Reddress is an installation/performance space designed by Company of Helsinki. This red dress consists of a concealed 1.5m staircase in the middle which the performers will climb up to, a 20m wide skirting with giant pockets that the 238 audience can climb into. Seems like a totally immersive experience if you ask me.Read More
Raf has proved that being creative within a box is more then possible. His strict silhouettes this season are his canvases for his play with texture, prints and materials, and not a thread out of the line. Beautiful.Read More
Jonny Johansson’s latest collection for Acne has left fashion editors in a state of gleeful shock. Jonny has such an unique fashion vocabulary that he was able string together an outfit that look wonderfully fresh and distinctive, not an easy feat in fashion.Read More
Transparency has found a new way in that of perforations at Marios Schwab. Get ready for a very cool Spring and Summer 2012!Read More
Kite flying has a new found chic-ness, thanks to Philip Lim’s collection for spring 2012. Inspired by his own childhood visions of kites fluttering joyously in the wind, he cleverly translated that emotion onto his pastel and airy collection, using graphic panels, transparency and light fabrics that moves with every step.Read More
The privileges of being good friends with Christopher Shannon… jealous!Read More
I have always been intrigued by the glass bottles of snake in wine commonly found in chinese medicinal halls. HongKong designer Kobo Sin finds a way to move real flies, intestines, bones and reptiles into your living room in a strange, freakish yet alluring way.
Exploring human’s relationship with nature. We are losing touch with the natural world around us. The aim of this project is to confront and shock people by turning unwanted and unused parts of nature into provocative products and pulling nature back into people’s minds.
By incorporating elements of the animal world into a whole series of decorative furniture and lighting. Using those parts normally thrown away or ignored. The result is a set of freakish lights and a coffee table that both appeal and repulse. The style is purposely kept simple to make the nature stand out.