Category Archives: D+Art

Design Work, Take Off Your Shirt

This beautiful dress is made by Latvian fashion designer Ingrīda Zābere.

Agne Kuzmickaite, Igrida Zabere, Kaetlin Kaljuvee Show - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2013/14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dress is made  from 8 shirts. More about www.recycled.lv here

 

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Design Finds, Looking For Love

Berit Kruger-Johnston  is a freelance illustrator, born in Norway.  For the last thirteen years Berit Kruger-Johnston has been residing in Australia.

This is one of my favorite pieces: Looking For Love. It’s such a beautiful  mix of my  memories of  Hopper, Chagall and Jerome K. Jerome.

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Buy Design, How Much For Coffee?

The Scream, Edvard Munch’s painting was sold at  Sotheby’s for  $119,922,500. How much for coffee?

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Design Finds, James Jean

It wasn’t me who discovered James Jean. It  was Miuccia Prada.

He made Trembled Blossoms for her. And drawing for  S/S 2008 collection’s textiles.

The clothes with his drawing made me wish I had something from his art as well. I found his webside and

now I  own 3 pieces: Vanity, Sink and Treat.

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Design Travel, Hong Kong: Isabel Marant Store Opening

I’m a big fan of Isabel Marant’s store interiors and since today is an opening of the Marant’s  third boutique in Hong Kong (10 Ice House Street, Central), I had to post the first pictures available on the net.

Isabel Marant’s stores have the same laid-back attitude like her fashion has. Seems to me, she manages not overthink things and that is so refreshing in our postmodernist interior world.

picture via www.marantphiles.com and www.superfuture.com

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Design Finds, Institute for Marina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OMA is good help to  one more lady : the architects are going to convert a former theatre in Upstate New York into a performance institute commissioned by Serbian artist Marina Abramovic.

more on www.dezeen.com

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Design Finds, Garage for Dasha

OMA  have unveiled their designs to convert a 5400 square metre 1960s pavilion in Stalinist-era Gorky Park in Moscow into a new venue for the Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture, the new gallery, which will be built for gallerist Dasha Zhukova.

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