The cassette tape is simply a magnetic tape recording format for audio recording and playback. It was introduced back in 1962 by the dutch company Philips. Between the early 1980s and early 2000s, the cassette was one of the two most common formats for prerecorded music — first alongside the LP/vinyl record and later the CD (compact disc).
It’s interesting that this type of media is utilized till this day, also oddly hypnotic and nostalgic watching cassette tapes being made. Don’t forget to hit the play button.
Melitta Baumeister‘s work appears regularly on THIS IS MY SUIT. The New York–based designer returns for SS17 season with a specific bold, clear and minimalist collection.
The appearance is stark and strong, even if the silhouettes are more approachable than before. The designer comes from an idea of displaying a form of strength that still needs and deserves protection, while her creations are simultaneously more accessible and mature.
As a part of their 10th anniversary commemoration, the National Art Center of Tokyo presented the museum activities of the past ten years in the Special Exhibition Gallery room — which was superimposed with a large installation “Forest of Numbers”.
This ultimate picturesque court has popped up in Alessandria, a city from Italy. As part of the redevelopment of the Carlo Carrà park, the Sicilian mural artist GUE transformed a 347-square-meter basketball court into a geometric labyrinth of lines and colors.
Designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone, Lamborghini Marzal is a concept car which made its debut at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show.
Although it ultimately remained a one-off – though the general shape and many of the ideas would later be used in the Lamborghini Espada – the Marzal is one of the definitive cars of the post-War coachbuilding industry that was dominated by the ever-expressive italians.
Originally from England, Candice Ralphc is a freelance designer & art director based in New York. Together with co-designers Damien Saatjian and Yoshie Hozumi, they created the identity and branding for a luxury residential building – 30 Park Place. Paulina Reyes and Michael Ian Kaye took care of the art direction and the result is outstanding.
gallery nine 5, New York is pleased to announce the opening of Stress Points, a solo exhibition of new sculptures and works on paper by Ryan Roa. Continuing his investigation of testing the limits of industrial material against the artists’ own hand; straining the abilities of each.