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Mercedes-Benz have been a long time supporter of fashion, they have taken that relationship one step closer by working with famed fashion photographer Nick Knight to shoot the newest Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG campaign. Given a completely open brief, the english photographer teamed up with Gareth Pugh and model Julia Stegner to create a completely modern aesthetic fitting of the new vehicle, and the brands own aesthetic.
Wednesday, 9 December 2009
Keith Haring’s work has been the subject of some of the most interesting projects since his passing away, and perhaps most fascinating in more recent years. Ligne Blanche, who have created items for the likes of The Guggenheim Museum to Andy Warhol and Robert Mapplethorpe amongst others offer a very interesting angle. Having worked on numerous mediums the outcome here is a really impressive porcelain candle featuring the highly recognized artwork.
RetweetBuilt between 1928 and 1929, Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye is an early example of the international style. Located in Poissy, France, the site allowed Le Corbusier full space to realize his five-point program. Essentially, the program modernized the golden ratio using it into within a modular system that aided in improving presence and function.
Le Corbusier / Villa Savoye_ from 0300TV on Vimeo.
Newsom gets involved with the Dom house once again a “greener” package and label for the champagne bottler. “For the fourth time, the House Dom Pérignon teamed to the designer Marc Newson to create a case of journey which allows the amateurs of champagne to preserve in the good temperature their bottles, wherever that they are. The result is ‘Black Box,’ a black case that resists the wear and tear of transport an keeps Dom pérignon perfectly chilled, even the hottest destination.
Tuesday, 8 December 2009
Innovative illustrator Shepard Fairey has been selected to create the official artwork for the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards. The piece, which brings together traditional GRAMMY iconography with Fairey’s unique approach to design, will be used as the official artwork for the world’s premier music event and will grace the cover of the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards program book, telecast tickets, promotional poster and 2010 GRAMMY Nominees CD.
Tokujin Yoshioka was asked by Maison Hermès Japan to design a window display, featuring its famous scarfs. It’s actually a new version of a display he did for the brand back in 2004.
Thursday, 3 December 2009
The Rotating Kitchen by Zeger Reyers was put into motion during the opening of the exhibition Eating the Universe at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany, last Friday. It will keep rotating slowly till February 28th 2010.