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Bianca Mavrick ‘s wildly popular jewellery looks considerably different to the first range she ever released… while in primary school. ‘I convinced my parents to let me sell the jewellery I had made at a local market,’ the designer, now 28, recalls.
FRAME Takes A Closer Look At Filling Pieces’ Amazing Sneaker Landscapes At Paris Fashion Week – #62951 – NOTCOT.ORG
FRAME takes a closer look at Filling Pieces’ amazing sneaker landscapes at Paris Fashion Week
Mr Grey will see you now, Barbie. Barbie is the doll of childhood innocence, right? Well, not after Mick was finished with her. A Russian artist who works under the name Mick is reinventing (and thoroughly ruining the reputation of) Mattel’s decades old, bestselling doll.
Based in Emeryville, California, just across the Golden Gate bridge from San Francisco, the American animation studio came to life in 1979 when George Lucas recruited Ed Catmull from the New York Institute of Technology to head Lucasfilm’s Computer Division.
Take a look at some of the biggest logo redesigns of this year, including Kickstarter, Apple Music, YouTube, Converse, Calvin Klein, Audi & more.
See how the layout, creativity and materials used from the first 800 years of English manuscripts and inscriptions influences design today.
Chances are you don’t start work in the morning without first having a cup (or several) of coffee. But as board-certified sleep specialist and The Power of When author Michael Breus sees it, exactly when you should have caffeine depends on your sleep type.
Tim Rundle stripped-back traditional furniture typologies to create this collection for Australian brand SP01, which pairs plush fabrics with exposed metal frames. The London-based industrial designer described the collection as possessing an Antipodean design approach, in the way it distils influences from different eras and design traditions.
People in the Philippines were uniquely talented and able to create something different coming out from their own ideas. Some Filipinos have also the expertise in creating weird, unique, and amazing handicrafts, which will surely attract people’s attention. The 52-year-old Carlito Romanillos is
Doll’s house kitchen with 45 miniatures, 1845. Via Rijksmuseum. “A collector had this kitchen made to provide a natural setting for his collection of 18th-century miniature domestic silver. “
dutch designer rick tegelaar’s latest project includes 3D printing colback yarn to create mesmerizing and textured panels.
December is practically here and that means you better get your holiday gifts in order. So if you can’t craft your own modern masterpieces, how about buying something handmade instead? We’ve pulled 20 of our favorite finds from Etsy, and guess what? They’re all under $50. Of course planters are on our list.
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