Posts Tagged ‘design’


Pic of the Day

November 15, 2009
Jakarta Fashion Week 2009/10 - Day 2
A model showcases designs on the runway by Harry Lam as part of APPMI Show 4 on day two of Jakarta Fashion Week 2009 at the Fashion Tent, Pacific Place on November 15, 2009 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Pic of the Day

November 7, 2009

01Rendering of the title wall for Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity

“When creating graphic design for an exhibition we can start in a variety of places. A particular color, the wall layout, or sometimes a typeface will give us a clue to the tone of the show. For a subject as vast and as influential as the Bauhaus, we had to start everywhere at once and create a range of ideas, from vintage to contemporary. Early on, an effort was made to distance ourselves from the Bauhaus’s clichés of color (the use of primaries), type (Bayer-inspired typefaces; see Bloomingdale’s Bags) and form (circles, squares, and triangles). Only after generating hundreds of alternatives and consuming huge amounts of coffee did we begin to stumble upon an appropriate vision for the 2009 show.”

by August Heffner, Design Manager MoMA


Curling up with a good book.

October 13, 2009

troll_121009_01While designing the Troll Chair  they were aiming at creating a chair that would attract both children and grown-ups; it should be a chair that could ooze comfort, warmth and safety.The appearance is inspired by Dumbledore, trolls and cold winter days. The materials are Icelandic sheepskin, full grain saddle leather, and oak.Lund & Paarmann are manufacturing the chair through their production company – Lopfurniture.



Marketing mix in the 70’s

October 12, 2009


The 70’s were  home to some of the more psychedelic and funky designs for movie posters that more recent directors, most notably Quentin Tarantino, have drawn on as inspiration for their own movie poster designs.Let’s go back in time with a collection of over 70 movie posters from the 70’s that are funky fresh.

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