Combining dance and charcoal drawing, we’ve not heard the last of works by American artist Heather Hansen, and for good reason!
Archive for January, 2014
Due to the rise in tablet popularity, e-books are becoming more and more dominant in the book market and publishers now have to reflect on the future of printed books. Easily downloadable, e-books are experiencing great success, reviving the idea of the “Library of Babel”. Available for everyone, everywhere, electronic books represent a quarter of total book sales in the United States, 7% in the United Kingdom and roughly 3% France.
A new trend is about to invade the world of nail art! Following patches and nail jewelry, now is the time for 3D printed nails!
Julian Zigerli has collaborated with German artist Katharina Grosse, known for her paintings created using a spray gun, to launch his S/S 2014 collection.
While talking about exporting 3D printers to Mars in order to build houses quickly and easily, professor Behrokh Khoshnevis from the University of Southern California just developed the construction of a 1,000 square meter (2,500 square feet) concrete building with a giant 3D printer. Something that’s equally capable of producing an entire school or even a billionaire’s villa.
It comes as no surprise that Uruguayan stylist duo Mercedes Arocena and Lucia Benitez received the “Dynamic Eco Chic Award” for their ‘Dominga’ collection at the recent Mittelmoda competition in Milan.
Presented during Milan Design week, “Hotello” is a 4m² portable bedroom invented by Swiss architect Antonio Scarponi and visual artist Roberto De Luca for Das konzept.
Both stylist and muse, editor and talent scout, Isabella Blow played a very dominant role in the history of 20th century fashion.
Doodling, a drawing technique familiar to the art world, slightly less so in furniture design. However Jinil Park decided to throw himself into this unusual stylistic exercise.