If there is one thing everyone knows it is that green is the new black! I recently attended an event at DWR where creative personalties had re-imagined a garbage bin – but not just any bin – this was the Danish national treasure VIPP. John Baldessari: "I'm always unsure about — Continue reading
Daily Archives: November 9, 2009
Thomas Doyle’s work really blows my mind. He creates often haunting miniature scenes and photographs them. He was recently comisioned by the NY Times to do the cover for the New York Times Book Review. Check out his website to see more images, they have much more impact when seen — Continue reading
Bits ‘n Pieces is a traveling exhibition of work by international designers, architects, computer scientists, and material and technology researchers. It will showcase projects still in their development stage, as well as furniture, architecture, jewelry, graphic design and products that anticipate the next phase of the digital revolution, focusing on — Continue reading
Filmmaker Zack Godshall traveled the country to document five self-taught builders creating structures divinely inspired. Read more information about the film, an interview with Godshall himself, and see more photos here.
Havaianas Sandals, created in 1962, drew their inspiration from the “zori”, traditional Japanese slippers made of rice straw. A product of extremely low cost, for many years they were just rubber flip-flops, a long way from the fashion icon they are today. To design a store at one of the — Continue reading