We often find value in stepping back from our stripes to get the bigger picture. For us, we are talking about a few metres, to see how the stripes appear from across a room. French photographer Normann Szkop has taken this to a whole new extreme with his series of aerial shots of Northern Holland’s … Read More
Ever returning to Monochrome Monday, we have just spotted this amazing structure designed by Mexican architects Miguel Montemayor. This staircase-like building exhibits the perfect balance of asymmetry and monochrome we are always questing for.
So, missing the tennis after the Wimbledon weekend’s excitement? We have seen a better way to do a net. Maybe neon is the answer?
With the hot weather here to stay, be sure to break out your best summer stripes!
Florentijn Hofman’s giant Rubber Duck has been brightening major cities across the globe since 2007. The Rubber Duck will next be exhibited at Beijing Design Week this September to highlight awareness of copyright issues. A recent appearance of the Rubber Duck in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour attracted not only 8million visitors, but several unofficial giant … Read More
How did we miss this one? Another great example of people wearing foliage. Eyes as Big as Plates, by Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth
Elegantly weaving from edge to edge, balanced and subtly coloured using only black and white. Perfect.
With all the classic british weather we are getting at the moment we are drawn towards brights. This fantastic Mondrian-like image with bold orange and crisp yellow is the kind of bright we’d like to see.
Take 48 kilometres of yarn(!) a large gallery space and combine with American installation artist Pae White… “Too Much Night, Again”
Congratulations to all involved with ‘The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time’ for their impressive clutch of 7 Olivier awards at last night’s ceremony. A special mention to designers Bunny Christie and Finn Ross for their innovative video staircase.