Dior 2018. Cruise collection

A Palaeolitic cave paintings of Lascaux, Vicki Noble’s Motherpeace tarot, Georgia O’Keeffe art inspiration, rattle snakes and Wild West spirit. Those ingredients Dior artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri used to mix a cocktail of the cruise collection 2018. From her start at Dior, Chiuri has linked magic with femininity and feminism with mysterious natural elements. The collection was presented Read More

stone age folk . Jaime Hayon

Stone Age Folk by Jaime Hayon

Spanish designer and artist Jaime Hayon was born in Madrid in 1974. He studied industrial design in Madrid and Paris. After his graduation he joined Fabrica design and communication academy in Italy where he directed the design dept. until 2003. Hayon set up his own studio in 2000 and dedicated himself fully to his own Read More

The Bauhaus Ballet

In May 2017 I was lucky enough to attend a new interpretations of the Mechanical Ballet by Oscar Schlemmer performed by Theater der Klange. This Dusseldorf ensemble created their first Bauhaus tribute 28 years ago. With their new production the group expand on historical tribute of the famouse Triadic Ballet and came to ADAM design Read More

Current Inspiration

Current Inspiration

Jonas Wood illustrations, Ikko Tanaka graphics, Penny Evans ceramics, Valentino collection. Fall 2017, Dora Jung tapestry, Stone Age Folk Interiors by Haime Hayon , Bauhaus Ballet costumes, Snohetta Architects new project, African tribal art     Read More

on the edge

On the edge. Israeli paper exhibition

Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Closes: 31th July,2017 Curator : Anat Gatenio Paper as a medium and eternal source of inspiration is a focus of new exhibition of Eretz Israel Museum. The exhibition presents a broad range of artistic languages and experimental use of the material. This is a third exhibition celebrating the variety of Read More

Kyoto. Festivals of Ages

Kyoto was the Imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years. The city is one of the three biggest in the country and known for its cultural heritage and historic monuments protected by the UNESCO. The Festivals of Ages are the most famous Kyoto’s festivals established to celebrate the city’s glorious history. The Read More

rik wouters

Rik Wouters. A Retrospective

The Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium in collaboration with the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp present the retrospective exhibition of Rik Wouters , the one of the most brilliant Belgian artists of the early 20th century. For the first time, the two museums bring together rare loans from private collections , the Read More

Balenciaga Fashion. Retrospective

Balenciaga Fashion Retrospective is featured now in exhibition which is located in the Musee Bourdelle, Paris. Later you can see the designer’s stunning creations at “Balenciaga : Shaping Fashion”. This is an upcoming exhibition that opens at V&A Museum (London) on May 27th 2017. This will be a biggest fashion retrospective exposed at V&A since Read More

Alexander Votzmush

Floating Worlds of Alexander Votzmush

He is an artist from Sevastopol ( Crimea ). The place is maybe far from a big art cities but full of rich multicultural heritage and inspiring vibes of Black Sea. He discovered water colour medium in a very young age and has been using it for many years since then. Votzmush studied art at Read More

Architecture of Norway. From fairy tales to futurism

Norway is well-known for its striking modern architecture which combine traditions and innovations, emphasized integration with the natural landscapes, minimalistic, yet sophisticated. A coastal area’s harsh climate dictated an economy, culture and political structure of the country. Vikings invented a longships ( about 25 meters long or longer ) and they had to learn how Read More

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