FACT NON FACT is a project brand by independent designers exploring industrial design and crafts field. The inspirations from fact + conceptualization by designer’s insights become reinterpreted processes covering fantasy and reality.
Archive for March, 2015
JumpFromPaper designs bags Made in Taiwan that despite appearances are 100% real. Halfway between Riot Grrrl, the aesthetic of cartoon stickers for bags by Anya Hindmarch and the emoticons on our smartphones, the brand infuses the very best inspirations of the web.
Philadelphia-based photographer Roxana Azar’s latest personal series dreams that spring which might be around the corner. Azar digitally manipulates her photos to make them almost painterly or collage-like, but in this series many of the images began as photographs from gardens where Azar spent her childhood. “I am really interested in using the photograph as a starting point to layer, erase, rebuild, and obscure an image, turning the image into something ambiguous yet playful,” Azar says.
The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris sometimes organizes conferences highlighting people’s passions, such as that of Nicolas Ouchenir: calligrapher and much more. The story of his career and his craft evokes the intimacy of writing, labor and the senses.
The silhouettes of the American brand Electric Feathers don’t touch the ground. The 54 models from the two latest lookbooks seem to have taken flight, jumping for joy at the air-filled collections and breathing in the fresh air.
Since the 18th February the Palais de Tokyo has been promoting contemporary art. The exhibition goes along side the creation of art, close to invention, unclassifiable, experimental and contagious creative madness. Synthesizing a crazy ride.
After shedding light on the bobbin at Merci and the thread installations at l’espace culturel Louis Vuitton, the Museum of Decorative Arts presents an exhibition entitled: Unbutton Fashion. The course is a chronological but pointed timeline that marks the necessary steps in our fashion education.
After a long winter, spring is finally around the corner!
A new Missoni boutique has opened up in the heart of the 1st arrondissement at 219 rue Saint-Honoré directly opposite the Colette shop. Across two floors, the design represents the evolution of a concept realized by Angela Missoni and Partricia Urquiola at the flagship store in Milan.
Based in the Czech Republic, Studio Pha has created a new genre of tea lounge. ‘T-Lounge’ has been designed like a cathedral and everything is wooden, with a central skylight allowing beautiful light to stream in, sheading light on this beautiful western tradition of taking tea.