London-based artist Sophie Smallhorn exhibits internationally and is commissioned by both private and corporate clients. Her work explores the relationships between colour, volume and proportion. This new series of geometric artworks was created for Galerie Wenger, Zurich.
“Was ist Metaphysik?“ – title borrowed from a philosophical work of Martin Heidegger (1929), is storytelling through the architectural detail – made by Florence-based artist Michele Durrazi.
His series of surrealist and minimalist cityscapes were designed to highlight the continual and sometimes unorthodox engagement, between nature and building.
The three-way team-up between famous Tokyo sneaker retailer Atmos, japanese women’s fashion label Snidel, and Reebok presents the Ventilator. The classic retro runner is outfitted in a subtly feminine aesthetic with tan, white and grey tones accented with pink in a brushed suede and mesh construction.
Giacomo Carmagnola is a 22-year old graphic design student from Treviso, Italy. Though still at college, he has already built up an impressive body of digital work creating interesting explorations in pixel form. His subjects vary from imagery of the moon to interpreting classic scenes from horror cinema—like his own take on the famous blood elevator scene from “The Shining”.
Dutch designer Naomi Bijlefeld has found a wonderfully innovative way to blend together sleek geometrics with simple jewelry design. These two elements both have their own highly lovable qualities and Bijlefeld, in 2014, decided to use them to create the inaugural collection for her label OFORM Jewelry.
Based on the form of language, OFORM Jewelry’s collections of rings, bracelets and necklaces, captures the simplicity of geometrics as well as the adaptability of the jewelry.
Inspired by the Mediterranean glamour of the 1960′s, the Poolside series was shot in Europe along the coast of Spain by Gray Malin. Designing inner-tubes that represent a modern take on classic lifesavers, the chic nostalgia of this pool staple becomes new again with a neon-hued revamp shot atop the pristine waters of a resort pool.
Synonymous with the bronzing bodies under the Mediterranean sun, Poolside evokes the unique splendor of living the classic 1960′s jet-set lifestyle.
Over the years we have lost our appreciation for candy. What used to be a luxurious treat, now ended up being a folks disease. If you look at the backside of one of the nowadays brightly colored plastic candy bags, you will find a longlisted collection of ingredients you probably never heard of before.
The Tomorrow Collective is about exploring ways of enabling us to live a sustainable life in the future. Inspired by past knowledge of how to grow, make and be, their projects present concepts for modern tools and systems that can be used in a cyclic sense, within private homes or to share in smaller communities.
The Italian marque of Alan was founded in 1972 by Lodovico Falconi, an ex-employee of Torpado who was inspired by the use of aluminium by companies such as Campagnolo and 3ttt for their parts.
Originally designed in 1984, the Alan Super Record CX is a vintage italian racing bike made of aluminum and wood-like finish.
Aelfie Oudghiri and Alex Proba both attended European medical school to find themselves as Brooklyn-based designers. They have collaborated on a collection of rugs inspired by Kurdish mixed technique weavings and mid-century surface design.
Aelfie x Studio Proba rugs are flat woven with hand knotted details. There are 5 unique designs, limited edition of 3 each.