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Moleskine Detour exhibition

Moleskine Detour exhibition

Moleskine will be presenting the Detour project during this year’s London Design Festival. A selection of notebooks by some of the most well known contemporary designers working today will be displayed in different Moleskine stores across London: Covent Garden, Harrods, Old Street and Canary Wharf. Artists and designers include: BCXSY, Yves Béhar, Tord Boontje, Fernando...
Svenskt Tenn anniversary magazine

Svenskt Tenn anniversary magazine

On October 25, 1924, Estrid Ericsson opened the interior design company Svenskt Tenn in Stockholm, Sweden. Ten years after the opening Estrid recruited Josef Frank to the company. Together they created the elegant and boldly patterned personal interior design style that continues to pervade the collection to this day. For the upcoming 90th anniversary, Svenskt...
Wear it Loud

Wear it Loud

Wear it Loud is a jewelry exhibition which showcase art jewelry as a fashion statement. The idea is to providing fashion lovers with an alternative to the jewelry regularly featured in fashion publications. One of the artists is Swedish Johanna Törnqvist who will show a piece of jewelry called Vingklippt (Pinioned) made out of reused...
Marbelous Wood by Snedker Studio

Marbelous Wood by Snedker Studio

It is a culmination of years of experimentation and development that has led Pernille Snedker Hansen to produce her current works. Inspired by Suminagashi, an ancient Japanese craft, she has re-purposed the traditional craft of marbling. Working directly to explore the fluid nature of these techniques she manages to enhance materials and create unique forms. The...
Henzel Studio Collaborations Volume #1

Henzel Studio Collaborations Volume #1

Next week during the Milan Design Week Henzel Studio will preview an edited display of Henzel Studio Collaborations Volume #1, an exclusive collection of art rugs realized in close collaboration with twelve artists, including some of the most prominent and influential names in the contemporary art world. For fifteen years, Henzel Studio has created luxury handmade...
Jonas Dahlberg selected for July 22 Memorial Sites

Jonas Dahlberg selected for July 22 Memorial Sites

Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg has been selected for July 22 Memorial Sites. KORO/Public Art Norway announced today that they have elected the Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg as winner of the competition ”Memorial sites after 22 July”. Jonas Dahlberg’s concept is based on the site at Sørbråten, with a good view towards Utøya. He proposes a...
The Award of incompleteness

The Award of incompleteness

The talented people at the Swedish creative agency Studio Total have just launched “the world’s smallest and most imperfect award” called The Award of incompleteness – in honour of the classic Alvar Aalto vase. We don’t think style is good in itself – just look at the inauguration of the 1936 olympics – it shows that...
Pop Culture at Christie's

Pop Culture at Christie’s

Auction house Christie’s presents Pop Culture, an online auction of 100 lots to celebrate 100 years of Pop Culture. The lots are all paying tribute to some of the greatest icons in the world of music and film. The sale includes signatures, stage costumes, guitars and lyrics from Rock royalty such as The Beatles, The...
Mehdi LeMoDuLeDeZeeR solo exhibition at Catherine Ahnell gallery

Mehdi LeMoDuLeDeZeeR solo exhibition at Catherine Ahnell gallery

Catherine Ahnell Gallery presents a solo exhibition by French artist Mehdi LeMoDuLeDeZeeR. LeMoDuLeDeZeeR has appeared in numerous exhibitions with paintings, videos and art installations since 2005, and has exhibited at places such as Les Bain Douches curated by Magda Danysz, Galerie Du Jour Agnès B, GZ Gallery at Carrousel du Louvre. I’m really happy to...
For Goldfrapp, Music and Visuals are Always Intertwined

For Goldfrapp, Music and Visuals are Always Intertwined

On September 9th the duo behind the electronic-dance band Goldfrapp are set to release their sixth studio album, Tales of Us. It’s a stripped-down venture for the usually bold team, as singer Alison Goldfrapp told Australia’s The Age: “It’s black and white. In a way reflecting the music as I like the simplicity of black...