Originally from Huddersfield, England, Richard Sweeney discovered a natural talent for sculpture at Batley School of Art and Design in 2002, which led him to the study of Three Dimensional Design at the Manchester Metropolitan University. There he concentrated on the hands-on manipulation of paper to create design models, which ultimately developed into sculptural pieces in their own right.
A truly iconic running silhouette from ASICS, the Gel Lyte III was first released in 1989, featuring numerous innovative features including the famous split tongue – a novel invention that eliminated the problem of having the tongue slip down the side of the shoe.
For the ongoing season, ASICS gets back to the basics with their latest Gel Lyte III “Monochromatic” pack, also named the “Triple Pack” edition.
Mikkel Borg Bjergsø is a brewer, whose passion, apart from beer, are Verner Panton’s design.
He shares this apartment in Vesterbro in Copenhagen with his wife Pernille and their child.
Their home is filled with unique design finds in wild colors and the passion for Panton’s design is almost palpable.
Antarctica is the last true wilderness of our planet and it’s dramatically changing just as we are starting to recognize and understand its great significance. Journeying by boat from South America, photographer Gray Malin landed in Antarctica to shoot this exclusive series, only to be met with unpredictable iceberg caving, weather, inspiration and excitement.
Rotterdam designer Martijn van Strien has launched his own fashion brand called MPHVS, with a collection of unisex garments that are laser cut into shapes. Made using high-tech equipment to turn unconventional materials into wearable pieces, the “CONTRADICTIONS” collection is an exploration into the future of fashion.
Nashville-based artist Drew Tyndell specializes in design, art direction, illustration, and animation. Inspired by a Stan Brakhage piece he encountered at an animation exhibition at the Frist Museum in Nashville, he created these looping animations, which he paints frame by frame in photoshop.
Commissioned by LVMH chief Bernard Arnault to design a signature arts center for the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, architect Frank Gehry conceives a radiant tour de force wrapped in swirling glass sails. A private cultural initiative, the Fondation Louis Vuitton‘s aim is to promote and support contemporary artistic creation for a wide french and international audience.