Imagined by Ogilvy and Nestlé, “United for Healthier Kids” is a TV show that propose lots of innovative ideas in order to change Mexican’s children dietary customs. A great and audacious project that propose playful kitchen tools for a healthy way to eat.
Spanish designer Carla Lopez imagined this range of audacious stylish handbags. Featuring different colors and fabrics, each bag is adorned by a little golden hunting trophy. Deer, giraffe, wild boar, she developed her creations in several models and presents them through singular still lives made by Jack Codling.
Based in Paris, Nicolas Saulnier known as Blase is an artist who spent a lot of time finding classical old abandoned canvas. On his precious finds, he adds his personal touch by painting modern and surprising elements with an identical pictorial style : as an exemple he can paint a red nose on a dandy, dress an innocent little girl with Supreme cap or transform a nude into Wonder-Woman.
Like Bianca Luini, Russian artist Liliya Hudyakova has created a series of diptychs comparing fashion and nature. On one side you can find a beautiful haute couture dress, on the other side a stunning landscape or natural details. These beautiful combinations create a visual surprise by their similarities, as if the dresses were designed according to these pictures.
For the brand Nïuku, Julot Bandit comes back with a new series of black and white cliches where models are floating in levitation and defy the gravity laws. On the quote “It’s not the fall that kills you, it’s the sudden stop”, he let the liberty to his models to jump and fall like they wanted, like suspended by the weightlessness.
Diane Arbus’ daughter and trained by photographer Richard Avedon, Amy Arbus has worked a long time for The Village Voice, during the 80′s, in New York, wandering in the streets to portray passer-by or celebrities such as The Clash and Madonna. Here’s a selection of her very beautiful black and white photos.
Founded by Hong Kong architect Edmond Wong, lifestyle products brand ITUM created the glasses collection “MONO” manufactured by 3D printing technique. These glasses are made to better fit your face by providing choices on three dimensions critical to wearing comfort : the width of the frame, width of the nose pad and the length of temples.
Brian Woo, aka Dr Woo, is a genius tattoo artist already known in Hollywood for having inked celebrities like Drake and Cara Delevingne. He draws stuff like palm trees, wolves and constellations, the all made with a very pure and delicate graphic style. It’s not surprising that this artist is full for the six next months.
For the Design Week 2015 in Milan, American studio Snarkitecture designed the installation of the brand COS with thousands of white ribbons. These strips create an undulating movement around the Spring/Summer 2015 collection. The installation blurs the contours of the forms to set an opacity and transparency in the room.