Tag: visual ecstasy
I wanted to let you know about a super exciting collaboration between Yellowtrace and Yatzer! Costas Voyatzis and I teamed up to bring you our hand-picked selection of the best installations and projects from the recent Milan Design Week 2013…
Maurizio Galimberti is a celebrated Italian master of Polaroid camera who creates visually arresting, abstract mosaic portraits of celebrities. What I really love about these images is their unique three-dimentional quality. The photographer manages to capture a real sense of intimacy by shooting his subjects from a really close range. It feels as though a viewer is able to focus on a number individual elements simultaneously, and observe an image as a series of frames suspended in time…
When I saw Alpha60 Autumn/ Winter 2013 collection, I was instantly compelled to turn a few of my favourite looks into ‘reverse mood-boards’. My eyes were immediately drawn to the beautiful colours – deep plums, royal blues, forest greens, pale creams and blacks. I was also really taken by the garments’ clean architectural shapes with a twist. So I began my process of gathering the images and channelling the Alpha60 vibe. The result is a series of mood boards that reinterpret Alpha60 signature aesthetic, and extend it to a complete design lifestyle – from architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, graphics, art, even cars… Just like the name suggests – this is what it looks like when Alpha60 hangs out with Yellowtrace!
Holy smokes! Talk about immediate visual overwhelm and super intense awesomeness. In your face – boom! You are looking at Pulsate – retail pop-up installation design by Lily Jencks and Nathanael Dorent for emerging London tile showroom Capitol Designer Studio. The entire showroom interior was wrapped in porcelain tiles in four different shades, creating a striking space that plays major tricks on the eye…
Have you guys noticed that models LURVE draping themselves all over chairs and armchair? True story. As you an see from Exhibit A, these mega babes aren’t afraid to experiment with a bunch of poses from sitting upright to slouching, lying, leaning, standing, draping… in other words – anything goes!