I love this concept. A video processed in code to generate a pattern.
The videos are of specific Brooklyn neighborhoods. So it’s like wearing a very abstract image of a neighborhood. The Dekalb Market by The Brooklyn Block.
I’m inspired by the repetitious and minimal patterns that are coming out of processed codes and electronic glitches. Prints, rugs, blankets, now scarves. I appreciate a super technical process creating a beautiful abstract image. Pure image dissected and then put back together again. I love how it all feels so deliberate and random at the same time.
Love this. I love churches and cathedrals. I should go on a quest to hit every one in Manhattan. I find some gems on my lunch break sometimes.
In Vertical Churches, Richard Silver captures the interior of churches from the front doors to the altar.
Richard takes between 6 and 10 vertical images, and then combines them in Photoshop.
via The Click
I recently was shopping for furniture and have gotten to this point in my life where I don’t want something cheap that “will do”. I want something I really like and want. Consequently, I’ve been drooling over furniture more than usual lately.
I can’t decide if I like the gray or white Arvo Coffee Table, by Niche London. The white steel frame would go nicely with my white steel C table. Oh, decisions!
I wonder if all the lighting, and furniture, and art work that I claim “I would hang”, would actually all work together. My dream home could potentially turn out to be a clusterfuck, but it would still ooze with mad style.
I love Bocci. They are the reason why I’ve been hanging on to a couple of old imac speakers for the past few years and have multiple times attempted to acquire more.
Diggin this chandelier/installation by Omer Arbel at the V&A, London Design Festival. I’m so inspired to learn glass blowing. Such a beautiful form.
Photos by Nick Barr
Oooooo Luminous. This guy has some serious glass blowing and lighting skills. Check out his site. So many beautiful lights!
I have mixed feelings about this collaboration. I have always been totally supportive of street artists getting into galleries and gaining more exposure, but joining with high end fashion designer, Louis Vuitton? Sigh. Maybe it bugs me a bit because Louis Vuitton’s signature bags are hideous and overpriced.
However, they do consistently have very good artist collaborations (Kusama, Murakami). I would ABSOLUTELY wear this Aiko scarf, or the Retna one. The Retna scarf is totally my style. Did I mention I love scarves? (see last post) I really do want one, because I love these artists, not because I give a shit about this label. How much?