vrijdag 16 december 2011
Daniel Palillo’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection called Never Mind. The whole line is wonderfully creepy, inspired by Palillo's time spent in America. The entire collection raws from the anarchy of the designer’s teenage music heroes, while painting a portrait of his everyday lived experiences: Saturday evening soccer matches, Sunday morning cartoons, etc. I'm in love with his quirky whimsical aesthetic, where enormous proportions meet three-dimensional structures and morbid graphics. Totally cartoon chic. I also like the fresh look to of the collection — with over-sized cuts, irreverent prints, and streetwear aesthetic. For more information and images, check out the designer’s official blog
donderdag 15 december 2011
Ossian Brown was a member of the dark, magical electronic music group Coil and is currently in Clyclobe, a duo with his partner Stephen Thrower. Ossian is a strange attractor. Weird things find him. Like his exquisite collection of antique vernacular photographs of Halloweens past. Brown compiled his favorites of the freaky found photos, all dating between 1875 and 1955, into a lovely new book titled Haunted air. David Lynch wrote the introduction and Geoff Cox the afterword. Here is a glimpse of how the old, weird America celebrated All-Hallows Eve.
woensdag 14 december 2011
|There is definitely a bit of sense of humor in the Smoking Kids series of photographs by Friekke Janssens. With the tobacco industry's push toward attracting children to consume their products, Janssens has theatrically staged and costumed his kids to act the part of "sophisticated" adults enjoying a good smoke.|
woensdag 21 september 2011
dinsdag 20 september 2011
zaterdag 17 september 2011
donderdag 18 augustus 2011
Pigeons and Peacocks, the magazine of London College of Art, put a whole bunch of fierce-ass color on the cover of issue #4, including Ghanaian blogger Larry of I’m the Only On My Street. Spotted at Allnaturalytwashedblipsterbitch’s Tumblr.
British architect Thomas Heatherwick was recently featured on a Ted Talk where he presented five projects including his Seed Cathedral from Shanghai’s Expo 2010. The pavilion incorporated thousands of seed-encapsulating plastic rods that transmit light into and out of the building. Taken as a whole, the strands resemble one giant occupiable seed puff. Check out Heatherwick’s talk about the Seed Cathedral and his firm’s design philosophy after the jump.
maandag 1 augustus 2011
zondag 31 juli 2011
zaterdag 30 juli 2011
donderdag 12 mei 2011
How do you photograph one of the most secretive countries in the world?