Interview with Stine Gam & Enrico Fratesi of GamFratesi | Yellowtrace

Interview // Stine Gam & Enrico Fratesi of GamFratesi.

It was a rainy and miserable Sunday morning in Copenhagen. The city was looking as tired as I was (it was the morning after Copenhagen Pride) and polyester wigs, feather bowers, spilled glitter and other colourful debris was everywhere to...
Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

Installation Art in Abandoned Buildings by Herbert Baglione.

We love showing you street artists who push the boundaries of their art form to the max, and Herbert Baglione does just that. For 15 years, this Brazilian artist has produced his shadowy installations on the streets, in galleries and in...
String and Thread Installations, Curated by Yellowtrace

So Hot Right Now // String & Thread Installations.

Lately I've been noticing a whole heap of amazing installations that redefine spaces, utilising modest materials such as strings, threads, ropes, metal chains etc. These interventions often allow colour and light to manipulate their...
London Design Festival 2014 // Installations & PopUps Round up by Yellowtrace.

London Design Festival 2014 // Installations & Pop-Up Events.

Today we are talking Installations & Pop-Up Events at London Design Week 2014, which - if you ask me - are often the best part of attending any design festival. These are the types of experiences where design, art-direction, architecture,...
London Design Festival 2014 // Experimental Design Round up by Yellowtrace.

London Design Festival 2014 // Experimental Design.

We're back today with our London Design Festival extravaganza, and more specifically with some badass examples of conceptual and experimental design. Everything here represents a collection of the finest examples of clever ideas, and...
Jose Dávila's Sculptural Exhibition at Galería OMR in Mexico City | Yellowtrace

Jose Dávila’s Minimalist Gravity-Defying Sculptures.

Although minimal at it's core, Dávila's approach to sculpture is highly engaging and captivating. His exploration of geometry, materiality and complete disregard for forces of gravity make us feel just a little bit excited. Simple as...
Nathan Carter Sculpture | Yellowtrace

Brightly-Coloured Playful Sculptures by Nathan Carter.

American artist Nathan Carter is best known for his brightly coloured, playful sculptures with peculiar titles. His work has a certain and undeniable Alexander Calder-esque quality, although Carter manages to interpret the late master's...