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This year TOILETPAPER – with Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari at the streering wheel - came into the project as a privileged partner.
Adly Syairi Ramly is back with a series of iconic streetwear brands recreated in LEGO. Using everyone’s favorite building blocks, Syairi’s latest project includes brands like Supreme, A Bathing Ape,...
PyroPet is a new brand created by designer Thorunn Arnadottir and Dan Koval, product developer. PyroPet is a family of animal shaped candles that each reveal a surprise within as they burn. The first PyroPet product is a cute little cat called “Kisa”. (“Kisa” means “kitty” in Icelandic).
If you are an extrovert who loves to incite interest and attract attention then this could be for you! Why not exchange your conventional bicycle for a High Wheel, or Penny Farthing as they were once called, based on the pre-metric system coinage of Great Britain...
Raf Simons latest Dior collection is being presented in traditional index card format after Cambridge Research Fellow Dr. James Fox came across a huge pile of 1950s and 60s fashion cards while wandering into a tiny antiques shop on Kensington Church Street to kill some time.
As the internet was creaking under the weight of repetitive red carpet analysis, AnOther Magazine went off script, asking artist Eleanor Macnair to recreate Oscars’ favourite outfits in Play-Doh.
Just before it hits the stores we give you a detailed look at the upcoming collaboration between Givenchy’s Creative Director Riccardo Tisci and Nike. Tisci created for Spring 2014 the stunning new Nike R.T. Air Force 1 collection.
Let’s talk about the importance of lighting; this powerful and versatile design tool that holds the key to a project’s overall impact and whose endless boundaries have the ability to brilliantly transform a scheme and create jaw-dropping...
We are bananas about Project 104, the first swimwear brand to specialise in limited edition, individually numbered quality pieces made entirely in the UK. The name encapsulates the brand “Projects” are themes or inspirations for the fabric print, 104 is the maximum number any print can be produced in a particular style.
Orproject developed a series of algorithms that digitally generate open and closed venation patterns, which can be used to simulate the growth of topiaries. The systems consist of a set of seed points that grow and branch towards target points in order to maximize exposure to light for each leaf.