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PANTONE MATCHING by INKA MATHEW

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The Houston-based graphic designer Inka Mathew has been matching Pantone PMS (Pantone® Matching System) with small everyday objects. All the pictures were taken with her iPhone 5 and edited with Snapseed.

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SOLEBOX x DIADORA N9000 “Ferro”

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2014 has been the year that put Diadora back on the sneaker scene and it’s all thanks to the sublime N9000 silhouette.
Recently, the italian sporting label has teamed up with Berlin-based retailer Solebox and they’ve turned out a refreshing pastel blue and grey dressing – inspired by the city of Venice.
Why Venice? Diadora is located in Giavera del Montello, a municipality that’s about 25 miles away from the watery streets of Venice.

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FAIG AHMED’S CARPETS

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Known as the carpet artist from Azerbaidjan, Faig Ahmed takes the national traditional rugs and reconstructs them to create new patterns and shapes. Ahmed is remixing traditions by subverting the normal usage of rugs as domestic objects to be walked all over, and rejuvenating them with optical illusions and techniques reminiscent of contemporary internet art.
His work is a kind of cultural reclamation – taking an old object of everyday use which is rich in history and transforming it into a new one to be hung in galleries and viewed as an artwork.

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1968: ITALIAN RADICAL DESIGN FURNITURE

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“1968 ITALIAN RADICAL DESIGN”, is the project of Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s TOILETPAPER in collaboration with the DESTE Foundation in Athens, that offers an unorthodox, kaleidoscopic walk through the Dakis Joannou Collection of Italian Radical Design furniture. Led by avant-garde design firms such as Archizoom, Superstudio, Global Tools and 9999, Radical Design was firmly opposed to the ethics, and indeed the very notion of, “good design” or taste.

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COS SPRING/SUMMER 2015 CAMPAIGN

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VEG OF THE DAY by POLLY LINDSAY

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The London-based designer Polly Lindsay is exploring and combining graphics with handcrafted design, illustration, and typography. She made this quirky series of layered paper cut illustrations entitled “Veg of the day”.

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ONE-WAY COLOUR TUNNEL by OLAFUR ELIASSON

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“As visitors move through the passageway, they observe the fluctuating effect of light and reflections created by the colour-effect acrylic and acrylic mirrors. On one side, the tunnel’s triangular panels seem completely black; from the other end, a multicoloured spectrum shines through, changing as the viewers walks by.” said Olafur Eliasson.

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ZAID AFFAS S/S 2015

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The Los Angeles based British designer Zaid Affas launched his eponymous brand in 2014. Having lived in cities around the globe, his work is a convergent mix of polarities; a dialogue between natural, organic shapes and crisp, urban engineering. Silhouettes are presented in a conceptual format that breaks ties with the traditional and explores the transformative nature of intricate tailoring. Inspired by refined materials and the inherent beauty of the woman who wears them, Zaid Affas is redefining the image of modern luxury.

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MORNING SPIKES by MADDALENA SELVINI

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Milan-based emerging designer Maddalena Selvini has a thing for texture and materials. Much of her work explores the intersection of these two concepts in various ways.
In her “Morning Spikes” series she asks the question – “A cup should contain but why forget about the surface we are holding?” “The contrast with the warmth, the wool and the spikes gives an experience to the hands too.” she adds.

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THE ECLECTIC LOFT FROM ANTWERP

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Belgians are talented. At least that’s what we think when we see interiors like this one. We love pretty much everything in this gorgeous duplex loft located in Antwerp, Belgium. The interior design is the work of the guys from Studio Job.

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