Archive for the 'fashion' Category
Great pop-neo-baroque womenswear designs in this spring 2011 collection. Via
Conceptual fashion designer Christophe Coppens creates new fashion accessories inspired by exotic birds. Via
Annie Larson is a fashion designer living in Minneapolis, MN, USA. Her primary focus is knitwear and sweater design, but she enjoys working with all textiles and methods of garment construction.
Designed by by Atypyk: ‘Show your inner beauty’.
Graffiti body art on girls. Via
This book presents an extraordinary exploration through the fascinating beauty and inventive possibilities of hair as a medium for artistic expression in contemporary art and design. It documents this palpable trend into a visual sourcebook that presents a captivating collection of hairy works in graphic design, photography, illustration and art as well as interior design, fashion and jewelry design.
Darn, apparently every photo shoot I love is styled by this CD at American Vogue.
This is a chronicle progression of a woman. A woman who morphs from innocence to struggles, and back to innocence. From astate of purity, when there is no good and bad, to sophistication, which comes with seduction, greed, debauchery amongst all other evils that dominate the world.
Flower Robotics have created a set of motorized mannequins that are able to turn and rotate according to a customer’s reactions. The mannequin can be programmed to remember several poses using special ‘motion design software’ which allows the user to design poses.
“Ink Storm” is a research of bleeding ink into prints. By interrupting the process by hand, a storm of ink will be released within the prints. This then transforms from being static and geometric into dramatic and organic. The Storms are controllable, but once released they will go their own way. Every storm has it’s own spontaneous color-nuances and shapes.
A fascinating graduation project of Marc van Gennip. Via
“The overabundance of discarded clothes though beautiful in some ways, seems depressingly sad when collectively hanging from a ceiling or arranged like a weeping rainbow.”
The phrase above makes us think about our daily “mass-produced refuse” by creatively putting together old discarded clothes into stunning, artistic sculpture. Guerra De La Paz, a collaboration between two artists, Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz doesn’t see trash, in this sense, but an opportunity for artistic beauty and expression. Via