Krampus . Vintage post card

Winter Monsters. Krampus

Now Winter is opening  the doors into a pantheon of imaginary supernatural beings. Pre-Christian European mythology is full of those incredible characters. Later a pagan legends merged with Christian traditions and revealed a famous Christmas monsters who are usually became a shadows or counterparts of a saints. And because anti heros are always stealing the Read More

Edmund Dulac's illustration

Golden Age of Illustration. Edmund Dulac

Edmund Dulac is bringing us back to the glorious heritage of so-called Golden Age of Illustration (1880s – 1930) He was one of the most memorable artists and was born in 1882, 15 year after another icon of that era illustrator Arthur Rackham. He was born in Toulouse, France and was artistically inclined from very Read More

Alessandro Michele for Gucci

British Fashion Awards

The British Fashion Council Education Foundation announced the winners 2016 yesterday ( www.fashionawards.com ) The winners are : British Emerging Talent Winner: Molly Goddard British Menswear Designer A British ready-to-wear designer who has been instrumental in leading men’s fashion in the past year. Winner: Craig Green for Craig Green British Womenswear Designer A British ready-to-wear designer who Read More

Aurora Robson

Aurora Robson: Trash + Love

Aurora Robson is a multi-media artist known predominantly for her work intercepting the waste stream Her practice is largely about subjugating negativity and shifting trajectories. Her work formally references recurring nightmares that she had as a child. She was born in Toronto in 1972 and grew up in Maui, HI. After over 2 decades living Read More

“21 rue La Boétie“

New museum La Boverie in Liege ( in partnership with Louvre ) is presenting a collection devoted to a famous art dealer Paul Rosenberg “21 rue La Boétie“ 22.09.2016 – 29.01.2017 http://www.21ruelaboetie.com/ An exhibition based on true story, drawing on the family memories of Paul Rosenberg’s granddaughter Anne Sinclair . Paul Rosenberg ( 1881 – Read More

Resort 2017 collection by Mary Katranzhou

Resort 2017 collection by Mary Katranzhou

“I can create possibility out of impossibility, surrealism out of realism and both vice versa.” (Mary Katranzhou) Mary Katrantzou’s collections are known for her kaleidoscopic, hyper-real prints and demi-couture artistry, in recent seasons pushing the boundaries of surface manipulation and textile innovation. Her designs, evening gowns, day dresses, statement sweaters, mini skirts and tailored trousers, Read More

Gregory Colbert

Nomadic Museum by Gregory Colbert

I have been tusked by an elephant, almost eaten by a sperm whale, knocked off my feet by a rhinoceros, embraced by a jaguar, given a haircut by a tiger shark, chased by a hippo and a black mamba, brought to my knees by malaria and dengue. But I was always able to avoid the Read More

Vogue

The Vogue magazine cover illustrations

The style and history
1892 – 1940. Part 1

In 1892, Arthur Turnure founded Vogue as a weekly newspaper in the United States, sponsored by Kristoffer Wright;
the first issue was published on December 17 of that year, with a cover price of 10 cents (equivalent to $2.64 in 2015). Read More

How To Grow Your House

Baubotanic is a new branch of architecture : a hybrid of nature and technology The bridge formed from living aerial roots of ficus trees. The living bridges are typical structures built by Khasi tribe in India. An inspiration for Baubotanic architecture – a new branch of sustainable architecture For the House of Future competition in Read More

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