There’s something otherworldly about Norway’s fjord-riddled terrain. Photographer Ole Joergensen’s takes this natural beauty and gives it a sci-fi spin.
Berlin-based illustrator Josephin Ritschel makes books, prints and illustration that varies in subject from alternative forms of education, to Twin Peaks dedications and airport entertainment but maintains the impression of being in the same bustling, forested, Modernist landscape.
Casa Brutale gives us wall-to-wall water and concrete set into cliffs above the Aegean Sea in what OPA promises will be a literally ground-breaking development.
Giuseppe Pepe, también conocido como PEPEdsgn, es un diseñador italiano afincado en España, quien ha propuesto un juego visual interesante, ¿cómo seríamos sin cabeza?
Curated by Vincenzo de Bellis, is not “one” exhibition of Italian art but, literally, an “exhibition of exhibitions” that, via seven paths, tries to explore the last fifty years of contemporary art in Italy.
An exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum explores 150 years of the cyanotype, one of the most widely used photographic processes at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century.
Freunde von Freunden is an international interview magazine, that portrays people of diverse creative and cultural backgrounds in their homes or within their daily working environments. Their content aspires to present multifaceted personal perspectives including impressions of cities, various art scenes and international urban living. FvF wants to stay borderless and attract a global readership […]
Opening Ceremony is a retail environment comprised of shops (in NYC, LA, Tokyo, and London), a private label collection, and a showroom. Each year, the unique commercial and cultural character of a visiting country is represented at Opening Ceremony by capturing the essence of the country’s consumer experience.