Few Things of Note #41

Happy Friday! Great link pack is coming up: East Coast vs. West Coast Fashion  Easy and healthy fruit snacks for kids (and adults) Mr.Grégoire Alexandre – such a great talent ! Have you seen GoT Season 7 trailer ? That’s cleaver ! Guilty pleasures photography by Sarah Bahbah Why Baby Swim Lessons Are Total Bullsh*t Be…

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Sammy Icon Creative Socks

Sammy Icon, a creative sock brand from Ukraine. Their main purpose is to bring positive emotions and good feelings to each wearer of their socks. The brand constantly expands the range of its bright and colorful socks with the help of different European designers. this is the SS-2017 collection. Follow Sammy Icon on Facebook and…

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Dalida, her Wardrobe On & Off-Stage

The Palais Galliera pays homage to Italian-French singer and actress Dalida with an exhibition of her wardrobe, which was recently donated to the museum by her brother Orlando. Dressed by the greatest designers both on and off-stage, in haute couture or in prêt-à-porter,Dalida has remained an immensely popular star. Her wardrobe always followed the movements of…

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Ultimate Guide to Boost Your Creativity

I’ve been following Cocorrina for few years now, and i enjoy her SO much. recently she’ve created this Ultimate Guide to Boost Creativity based on her freelance life experience. a very enlightening, well gathered, great executed summary every creative freelance will relate to. Quick guide : 1/ DO SOMETHING CREATIVE DAILY 2/ TRY SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY 3/ MESS…

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‘Tipsy Writer’ by Bower

The ‘Tipsy Writer’ by New York based studio Bower, is a pen holder weighted by a half brass, half wooden ball. A spin off to it’s Tipsy predecessor, the Writer is equally as fun to play with at your desk. No matter how much you tip it over, it always finds a way back up.…

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‘Filling Spaces’ by Federico Picci

Graphic illustrator Federico Picci demonstrates what sound looks like in his mind when he sits down to practice his second best profession as a pianist. In the series ‘Filling Spaces’ floating pinkish hue balloons covering empty spaces coming out of instrumentals and rolling all over the room, much like music. This concept started as a personal study on…

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‘My Childhood’ Amazing Illustration

Originally from Ukraine and currently based in Israel, Sveta is a freelance illustrator working in the areas of narrative illustration, editorial illustration and art for books. In his AMAZING ‘My Childhood’ series Sveta fins the balance between the innocence and the reality as being little kids. Sveta explains in her interview to The Plus: The…

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‘You Are My Twin’ by Kristina Varaksina

Russian native, NYC based fine art photographer Kristina Varaksina exploring in a personal project the life of twins, are they different or the same ? I’ve always been curious about how it feels to have a twin. One day I just started thinking about visual metaphors and how to use props,  what kind of sets…

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Fairy Tales & Other Stories – Claire Rosen

In her magical series Fairy Tales and other Stories , photographer Claire Rosen uses self portraiture as a way to transport the viewers into a world of fairy tales, she creates fantastical worlds where the isolated subjects surround themselves with scenes of nature, piles of books, and more. This series speaks to living in the 21st Century,…

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‘The Essence of Ballet’ by Ingrid Bugge

Danish fine art photographer Ingrid Bugge, inspired by two years of observing The Royal Danish Ballet, produced ‘The Essence of Ballet’, a photographic collage series that explores the mystery, poetry and drama associated with the art of dance. Her unique technique makes her work magical – she manipulates the images and printing process to create visuals that look…

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‘Hard Copy’ 3D Couture by Noa Raviv

Noa Raviv, Israeli designer currently based in NYC presenting her ‘Hard Copy‘, a 3D printed couture collection, which had been created during her studies at Shenkar College of engineering and design. Brilliant outcome of her fascination by the tension between harmony and chaos, tradition and innovation, sensitively seeking for the perfect balance. By observing and…

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Malika Favre – Pop Art meets OpArt

Malika Favre, a french native – London based, graphic artist with a very bold, minimal style – often described as Pop Art meets OpArt – is a striking lesson in the use of positive/negative space and color. I feed my brain with pictures, colors, and shapes for a couple of days and then start sketching on Illustrator. Check…

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Few Things of Note #34

Hi there, How was your week ? hopefully as nice and productive as mine.. few things i found on the web for a lovely weekend: The truth behind online photos – so funny ! 10 Must-See Art Exhibitions For 2017. Why we still need bookshops – in 2017 and always. Pink homemade chocolate – i…

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Body of Work – Roos van de Kieft

‘Body of Work’ by London based fashion photographer Roos van de Kieft, is a reaction to the digitized image culture that causes us to become passive consumers of images. By exploring the relationship between space and its photographic representation, ‘Body of Work’ shows how fashion photography can be displayed differently. The work shows an image…

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‘Multiple Exposure’ by Ho Ryon Lee

The blurred effect you are experiencing in these amazing oil paintings, is actually a calculated design choice by the Korean artist Ho Ryon Lee, who chooses to have several overlapping depictions of the same subject within each image. Lee’s paintings reflect faceless female form and movement, but also exude a slow-motion sensuality, while mainly celebrating the…

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