Designed as a trend book and a source of inspiration, the Red List offers total immersion in the whole world of visual arts so as to build bridges between historic and contemporary creativity.
The history of the company’s growth over time is remarkable. In 1939, the company was opening its first showroom in Chicago’s Merchandise Mart. From that point on, company growth increased every year with more plants, offices, and showrooms opening around the country and eventually around the world.
"I like things to hide a mystery, a fascination, a journey"
The common denominator of this project is threshold light that greets guests to the house and leads them invitingly into the various spaces and rooms contained within.
“Sometimes I do something three times over and think, ‘this is terrible!’ And then I go back and think maybe there’s some strength in there. You need the second day to realize the strength in something.”
The real life happening around just eludes us. We are somewhere ‘in between’.
For the series ‘Flatland‘, Turkish artist Aydin Buyuktas creates surreal cityscapes of Istanbul.
Exploring attacking the boundaries between graphic design & fine art by subverting and re-contextualising imagery with dramatic visual interventions.
A trip to Panarea for the Louis Vuitton “For Friends” book by Alessandra Borghese and Alessandra d’Urso
When the wind whips it into peaks, the blue sea takes on a purplish hue
The Sartorialist’s Mount Rushmore Of Menswear Dinners Gets A Sequel