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  • DESIGN / moak clock by studio psIt's always nice, if a product tells something about it's function during it's design and materials. That is something which Peter van de Merwe and Sanne Zeeman from Studio PS try to achieve with their new beautiful clock which they deve...
  • PHOTOGRAPHY / kevin tadge
    on Jul 7, 2014 in art photography visual culture
    Photography is always a game of perception. The photographers view and composition create something, which is new and will sometimes never find an opposite in real life. The Brooklyn based photographer and film maker Kevin Tadge built his photograp...
  • JEWELRY / vowel
    on Jun 17, 2014 in art design jewelry visual culture
    Designers are image-makers. They focus on something which already exists and try to set it up in a new context. Sometimes the output is intriguing and beautiful at the same time. So is AEIOUY, a project by Beau Bertens and Eline Ceelen. Both trained...
  • PHOTOGRAPHY / louis de belle
    on Jun 2, 2014 in art photography visual culture
    Sometimes we are drawn to exotic places to find something new. That there is no need to travel to exotic places to find interesting things becomes clear after a look into the portfolio of Louis De Belle.read more >>...
  • ART / jeffrey dell
    on May 24, 2014 in art composition minimal visual culture
    If you want to create something unique start with simple things. American artist Jeffrey Dell did so: After his Master in Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico he focussed on screen-printing and … cake. This weird combination work very well...
  • FASHION / miuniku aw 14
    on May 9, 2014 in design fashion label minimal
    Most of the time we pay our attention to the fantastic things in life: beauty, entertainment and spectacle. But what take a lot more influence on us is the ordinary and quotidian. Sometimes should it be more productive to draw our attention to the tr...
  • ART / atelier bingo
    on May 6, 2014 in art design visual culture
    Sometimes design blurs the lines between graphic and art. A special example is the french duo Maxime Prou and Adèle Favreau, two graphic designers from France, which collaborate under the superb name Atelier Bingo. read more >>...
  • FASHION / yumumu spring summer 2014
    on Apr 24, 2014 in fashion label visual culture
    Fashion exist in a cosmos of words. The words which describes the delicate textiles the clothes are made of, the words which describe the visual references of a collection, the words which describe the feeling of the clothes. Sometimes is fashion dir...
  • PHOTOGRAPHY / erin o'keefe
    on Apr 20, 2014 in art photography
    Space and light are the most important facts in photography. Ironically space becomes always flat when you try to fix it in photography. The NY based photographer Erin O’Keefe use this fact for her images which are simple, bright and intriguing at...
  • FASHION / ucon acrobatics
    on Apr 10, 2014 in fashion label photography
    As I said in the introduction text of this blog: Fashion forms a node in the network between the interacting disciplines design, art, architecture and media. An outfit can be constructed in the same way like a layout or a photography. The Berlin ba...
  • DESIGN / droog in milan 2014"Seeing is knowing is making“ was a sentence which the American art historian Svetlana Alpers wrote once in her book "The Art of Describing: Dutch Art in the Seventeenth Century“. With this sentence she summarizes what Dutch creativity...
  • FASHION / the spaghetti handjob by henrik vibskov
    on Mar 12, 2014 in design fashion visual culture
    Fashion is more than just a beautiful or functional piece of garment. Fashion is a creative gesture with multiple cultural connections to art, music, design, architecture or mundane things like everyday practices. Fashion never stands alone, it's...
  • DESIGN / david derksenSome products are based on practical solutions, to fulfill a simple purpose. But some objects do more than that, they tell a story about their production process, their intend of inspiration or something the designer behind will to tell. David Derks...
  • ART / laurie kang
    on Feb 26, 2014 in art visual culture
    Paper got a lot of properties, which are able to visualize a narrative structure. It's fragile, massive, heavy, lightweight, practical and poetic. The Canadian artist Laurie Kang uses paper as main element to create artworks which move on the boa...
  • DESIGN / mel nguyen
    on Feb 11, 2014 in art design print visual culture
    If you're a graphic designer you have many decisions to take. One is about specialization. Are you a book designer? Or a graphic and interaction designer? Do you like to work in an advertising agency? One of the best things seem to be just a good...
  • PHOTOGRAPHY / rosa rendl
    on Feb 3, 2014 in photography visual culture
    The view of Austrian-born photographer Rosa Rendl is attentive and focussed on details. It doesn't matter if she shows a women's face in a close up, smoking accessories on a cupboard or strange close ups from colorfull interiors: The images o...
  • PHOTOGRAPHY / csilla klenyánszki
    on Jan 26, 2014 in art photography visual culture
    Maybe some of you remember the fantastic Hungary born, Rotterdam-based photographer and artist Csilla Klenyánszki (read an interview about her work here).  Csilla's work moves between still life and documentary, in her pictures she transforms e...
  • DESIGN / studio mieke meijerSometimes Design find it's formal inspiration in the everyday life. The form language work from furniture designer Mieke Meijer is related to the architecture of industrial buildings, machines and functional constructions like scaffoldings. read...
  • PHOTOGRAPHY / daniel everettThe photographic view of Daniel Everett is empty. His subjects are everyday objects, environments, architecture and abstract scenes, capturing through strange compositions and a kind of fictional beauty. The american artist and photographer based in...
  • INTERVIEW / alicia ongay-perez
    on Dec 27, 2013 in design im Interview product design
    Traditionally design is defined by problem solution. You create a product as an answer to a specific problem or demand. But there are some designers which use design in another way: not to give answers, but to define new questions with their product...
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