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Your Rainbow Panorama - a space without boundaries

Your Rainbow Panorama – a space without boundaries

Ever wondered what it would be like walking through a rainbow? I imagine this is exactly what Olafur Eliasson has made possible with his work titled “Your Rainbow Panorama” on permanent exhibition at Aros, a modern and contemporary art museum in Aarhus, Denmark. Olafur Eliasson describes his vision like this: “Your rainbow panorama enters into...
Muuse - The independent fashion talent community

Muuse – The independent fashion talent community

With Copenhagen Fashion Week happening just this week I feel it is relevant to write about a recent fashion online initiative called MUUSE. It is a co-created, new and forward thinking business model within high level, couture fashion. MUUSE – describe themselves as “The independent fashion talent community”. Launched in 2011 ready for fashion week...
EAT ME - Appetite for Design

EAT ME – Appetite for Design

EAT ME is is the latest publication from Vict:onary – a creative publishing house founded by Victor Cheung in 2001 in Hong Kong. It is a young creative multi-dimensional workshop born to create vibrant visual experience to inspire and ignite the sense of people, inside and outside of the industry. Vict:onary is know for their...
Adding a human touch to technology

Adding a human touch to technology

Just last week Bang & Olufsen released a completely new sub-brand – B&O Play. It was presented to the world press at the new Bella Sky hotel in Copenhagen. The first product, the Beolit 12 Airplay Sound System, is designed by Danish designer, Cecilie Manz. The Beolit 12 is kept true to the design values...
Cowbird - a witness to life

Cowbird – a witness to life

A new online platform has seen the light of day – recently Jonathan Harris launched “Cowbird” a new storytelling site . The intention is to create a community of storytellers, sharing heartfelt, personal stories. You might ask if the world needs another website for uploading images to share with the world… can’t we just use...