The guardians of time on tournee
“LUXURY, please” THE LUXURY EXPIRIENCE IN THE IMPERIAL HALL OF THE VIENNA HOFBURG “27TH to 29TH OF NOVEMBER 2009
and in the showroom of WOKA LAMPS VIENNA Weihburggasse, Singergasse
Timeguards / Lightguards / Manfred Kielnhofer
Timeguards / Lightguards, 170x90x90cm polyester, cotton
free photo: www.kielnhofer.at/press
USA BY DESIGNERS CALL FOR ENTRIES!
One year after EUROPE BY DESIGNERS project (more than 600 contributions coming from 47 countries – 52 contributors selected), HUG United ™ launches the *bd second edition!
USA BY DESIGNERS: http://usabydesigners.com
Designers, illustrators, photographers, design studios, collectives/crews, agencies, students, visual artists… you are welcome to submit an innovative, creative, exciting, personal and experimental artwork inspired by the theme: WHAT DOES USA MEAN TO YOU?
We are expecting diversity and freestyle: all styles of outstanding visual media are welcome. Selected works will be featured through online exhibit and book (more information soon).
Achim Lippoth is a German photographer and film director best known for using child models to stage scenes from everyday life.
Is it really possible to take some of our favorite celebrities and make them look even cooler? There’s an effortlessness to Lorenzo Agius’s work, things never look forced. In fact, it seems as though Agius only brings out the God-given personalities of his subjects. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Today we present another collection from the series “The showcase of the popular (…) from (…)”. This time we would like to present a collection of interesting, well-designed, popular blogs from France. Random order.
A beautiful ad campaign for Boysen, the leading paint manufacturer in the Philippines.
Advertising Agency: TBWA/Santiago Mangada Puno Makati City, The Philippines
Executive Creative Director: Melvin Mangada
Creative Director: Manuel Villafania
Copywriter: Bryan Siy
Account Supervisor: Kara Filamor
Art Directors: Manuel Villafania, Melvin Mangada, Denise Tee
Photographer: G-Nie Arambulo
Print Producer: May Dalisay
Final Artist: Momay Quiroz
Production House: Adphoto
Erased Classic is a collection of carpets by Jan Kath. They are based on classical patterns from Italian wall coverings and Indian saris. The carpets are produced by weavers at manufacturing sites in Kathmandu. But their final look is caused by acid, which makes the patterns fade and disappear. The customer cannot only define the color, materials, size, knot density, and design, but also the degree of erosion.
[via Design Fetish]