Posts tagged ‘Berlin’

11 September 2013

Automn 2013 collection by Yarden

I’m clearly a pattern-aholic, and this new fashion label from Berlin just do it right with their embroidered details and their off-beat designs. I like the photographies too.

YARDEN is a fashion label focusing on high quality garments with printed surfaces, embroideries and handcrafted details. The designers Celina Böning and Daniel Ramirez Perez worked as illustrators, art directors and designers before they founded their Label in 2012. With YARDEN they found a project combine their collected visual memories and impressions of contemporary visual culture.

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Via Arcademi.

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5 February 2012

Head On by Cai Guo-Qiang

Wow. A 2004 artwork, first shown in Berlin, it has traveled the world since. Watch below the explanations of this masterpiece by Cai Guo-Qiang himself.

He’s also the artist behind the sparkling cars suspended in the atrium of the Guggenheim in 2008.

Cai Guo-Qiang is internationally acclaimed as an artist whose creative transgressions and cultural provocations have literally exploded the accepted parameters of art making in our time. This is especially true of Inopportune: Stage One, Cai’s largest installation to date, which presents nine real cars in a cinematic progression that simulates a car bombing, occupying the central atrium of the Frank Lloyd Wright rotunda.

Merci Étienne !
30 March 2011

Kosmonaut by Victor Ash in Kreuzberg, Berlin

Par l’artiste graffeur français Victor Ash.

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By the French graffiti artist Victor Ash.

Via anarchitecture.

29 November 2010

RBG by Carnovsky

This is very nice ! I wouldn’t mind having this wallpaper all over my bathroom…

Johannsen Gallery in Berlin present an exhibition of wallpapers by Milanese collective Carnovsky that change under different lighting conditions. The wallpapers, called RGB, feature superimposed imagery printed in red, green, yellow and blue.

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