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I always made my own greeting cards since i don’t find anything cool in stores. Even the trendiest concept stores here in Paris, don’t have nice (minimalist and original) stationery products and cards. I wanted something very simple and clean without words on it, so it can be for any occasions. I used thick, simple […]
When you take a look at Marissa Webb‘s collections, you can spot a different influence from her Americans colleagues, something avant gardiste, fresh and futurist. That’s because Marissa is a Korean designer raised in USA. As i said in different posts, Korean fashion has nothing to envy to established designers so such they have a […]
I’ve been working on covering my books these last days, in white, black and kraft, but i totally forgot i could just remove the top covers, i was surprised that some of them have pretty nice covers under…like these ones on the pictures. Also searching for grid prints, i just used foam board who have […]
Nicholas Alan Cope is an American photographer. He has different kind of styles but my favorite one is his architectural photographs. This book “White Wash” recreates a strange, minimalist, graphic atmospheres in LA. I love how simple buildings become abstract under his lense, the extreme contrasts also give a powerful presence to buildings. You can […]
Ricky Swallow is an Australian artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. His works are mainly created with patinated bronze. I stopped by his artworks when i found this incredible magnifiying glass with rope, because i first though it was actually a magnifiying glass and not an intelligent optical illusion created with a thin […]
When you first see Tony Cragg’s sculptures, you think that your vision is blurred or that something is going wrong, like if your eyes did the same thing like computer glitches and distorts the pictures…that’s something quite disturbing for the eye but very interesting when you take a look closer at the sculptures… Because, well, […]
Jason Wu style, often makes me think of a modern women from the Hamptons…Very chic, very +40, brigh colors, a little bit puritain but also sexy…so, not really my style but i love the associations, the fabrics, prints and….the background. I often don’t understand the collections of the Olsen sisters, too much austere, not really aesthetic,and […]
There is something very disturbing in the black & white grid print. I’m torn between public swimming pools (in France they”re all recovered with that and i hate public swimming pools), something very clostrophobic or related to asylums, or worse, serial killer’s torture room…(ok i’ve seen too much movies) but there is also something interesting […]
MINIMALISM IS MORE THAN JUST A TREND. IT IS A WAY OF LIVING AND THINKING. IN ART, FASHION, DESIGN AND LIFESTYLE, IT EXTOLS THE “LESS IS MORE”, QUALITY OVER QUANTITY, THE RETURN TO A CERTAIN VISION OF BEAUTY, BASED ON THE REFINEMENT OF CLOTHES, PRODUCTS, DAILY OBJECTS AND ARTWORKS TO ONLY KEEP THE ESSENTIAL AND THROW AWAY THE SUPERFLUOUS. IT IS ALSO A REFLEXION ON OURSELVES AND OUR SOCIETY, A CERTAIN WAY AND NEED TO GO BACK IN THE PAST VALUES WITH A FUTURISTIC, CREATIVE AND AESTHETIC VISION.
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