• Photography © Ryan Hopkinson Ryan Hopkinson and Andrew Stellitano’s Strokes celebrate the start of artistic endeavor, The project is a series of five images that seek to define a single paint stroke as a physical structure. The strokes appear suspended in mid air, and it is difficult to discern the scale or the purpose of the movement of each. “Each stroke is completely unique and hand made". The duo continues to create new projects forming new structures that will surely, captivate us one more time.
  • Photography © Kristofer Johnsson Every year Residence Magazine awards the Designer of the Year prize to a designer or studio that propels the Swedish design scene forward. In 2015 this prize went to Note Design Studio. The exhibition is presented at the architecture museum ArkDes in Stockholm and is curated by Lotta Agaton, one of Sweden’s leading stylists. Just yesterday I spoke about Lotta's beautiful new book in collaboration with Pia Ulin and now we're back here talking about how wonderful she is. The installation proves that Note Design Studio deserved this prize and our praises. Don't you think?
  • Photography © Brooke Holm In a recent posts I showcased some Interior images from Brooke Holm but this project was engraved in the back of my mind and I kept itching to share it. This series of photographs are equally beautiful and meaningful:

    "In Brooke Holm’s photographic series ‘Arctic’, she explores the unique landscape of the northernmost region of the world. On an expedition that started in search of beauty, silence and isolation, Holm discovered more than just a visually arresting natural environment. There was an obvious fragility to the North that awakened an inner desire to protect it. Holm’s work reveals the Arctic’s rare aesthetic in an effort to raise awareness, not only of its existence, but also of the prevailing impact of a changing climate."

    Brooke Holm is an Australian based photographer whose work traverses dramatic landscapes, conceptual still life, considered interiors and architecture.

    The project was opened to the public last year at Koskela - a Design Shop, Gallery and Cafè also based in beautiful Australia.
  • Photography © Ernesto Artillo Ernesto Artillo is a brilliant Spanish Artists now well-known in the Arts and Fashion world for his wonderful collages. Ernesto's signature fashion illustration style uses entirely collaged images, merging fashion imagery with anything from flowers, cliffs, renaissance paintings or architectural structures, to create a beautifully surrealist outcome. His unique vision has awarded him numerous collaborations with some of the best fashion houses around the world and I cannot help but anxiously wait for what's to come next for this genius Artist.
  • Photography © Stine Christiansen Aage and Kasper Würtz are an internationally sought-after father and son team of studio ceramists. While their location is Horsens, Denmark, a provincial town on the Jutland mainland, they are becoming known far and wide for their hand-thrown, hand-glazed designs — most notably the crockery they produce for a growing number of New Nordic and other contemporary gourmet restaurants around the world — from Noma and Amass in Copenhagen to Törst and Luksus in Brooklyn.I'm adding their pieces to my wishlist, see more about their beautiful work via their website.
  • Photography © Mirja Pitkäärt I just came across the fantastic work of Mirja Pitkäärt and I feel a great amount of admiration and inspiration by her work and Agnes Lloyd-Platt's photos. Mirja is an Estonian designer based in Paris. She graduated from the MA Fashion Artefact course at the London College of Fashion in 2014 after studying leather design at the Estonian Academy of Arts and textile design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The photos above are part of the final collection for London College of Fashion.
  • Kirstie van Noort (1986) sees design as a way to communicate a certain process or the story behind a material. When she is intrigued by one of these a study starts by making detailed test and experiments. The outcome of the research could form the foundation of the concept behind a final product or result in the research itself. Her 6:1 Collection has been in my bookmarks for a long time and it made my day as I revisited it this morning. The stunning color palette and attention to detail is stunning.
  • Photography © Sophie Bille Brahe I've been desperately looking for new ear and nose cuffs with no luck but yesterday I came across the wonderful Sophie Bille Brahe via La Garçonne and now I have a better idea of what I'm looking for. Sophie is a Danish Jewelry Designer based in Copenhagen. She offers pieces that reflect her thrill for storytelling and avant-garde design, always striving to crack modern luxury. She also did a lovely interview for La Garçonne where she talks about what inspires her to create.
  • Photography © Daniel Rybakken I've been loving these lamps lately and I wanted to know more about the genius behind them so I looked and found Daniel Rybakken. Daniel is an Artist/Designer based in Oslo. His work occupies the area between art and design, forming limited editions, art installations and prototypes for serial production. Simply beautiful work.
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