Wednesday, 22 September 2010
These illustrations are adorable and I love how u can really see the process for each moment starting from the very first sketches to the final drawings. Love the detailed interioirs showing each session of the house etc...
Mary Katrantzou, graduated from CSM, of course, she is working on this pop baroque prints and putting the room on women instead of women in the room! I just cant stop looking at the images on the dresses. Its a brilliant idea love it
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
Monday, 20 September 2010
Look at these images its amazing! They were taken by photographers of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information of Denver and they are some of the only color photographs taken of the effects of the Depression on America’s rural and small town populations.
Freddy.com opened a new blog that represents the creative and dynamic heart of their vision: The Slounge Way.
The Slounge Way stands for being yourself and not follow what the others do and wear and their idea is that the only dress code is that there is no dress code.
The Slounge Way is a trend and a unique approach to movement and life.
Sunday, 19 September 2010
Japanese architect Tadao Ando was asked by friend and gallerist Takeo Obayashi to create a unique combination guesthouse and gallery space in collaboration with artist Olafur Eliasson. The exterior of the Tokyo space is clad in laminated glass panes that reflect light. Inside, platinum-glazed tiles created by the artist frame a courtyard that separates a bar and dining room.
I was just skyping with my parents in Italy and they were telling me about their experience at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco where Damien Hirst latest exhibition is taking place.
It seems to me the perfect location for some of Hirst works since they fit so perfectly in the Ocenografic enviroment that people could even ignore the fact that its art pieces!
Wich I find quite ironic and also of course his approach goes along with the Museum’s scientific approach...a reflection on life and its preservation..too bad his not so good in preserving his sharks!
I'd love to go check it out
The head behing these stunning images of Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” charatcter designs is the German artist Michael Kutsche, a self taught artist working both in traditional and digital media, based in A.L.
Sunday, 12 September 2010
preparation for human clock photoshoot
My school gallery! :))) Willem de Kooning Academie http://wdka.hro.nl/
I had a great weekend in my new town, going around the Witte de Withsstraat in the center of Rotterdam and descovering all the architectures, fashion designs, performances, installations, sculptures, objects and fun ideas young European artists designed for this 3days festival on the street.
I felt this event fit perfectly in the city of Rotterdam sice it has always been a constant site of building, demolition, change and re-adjustment.