On shows to mark your calendar for ~ excited for the upcoming exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography, tentatively entitled "WATER: OUR THIRSTY WORLD" in partnership with National Geographic Magazine in March!
Crafted in wood and decked with solar panels, the three-legged, ellipsoid FabLab House by the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia is set to dazzle the European Solar Decathlon in Madrid in June.
The different states of H2O provides a visual distortion to the image but a strong connection to our mortality as the body reshapes when pressed against the surface. A great testament to our human body // Ladies & Gentlemen.... Alyssa Monks
New York University students create an interactive project where they reach out to the environment in which they live, attempting to copy, save, delete the things that need changing (or saving). Project name: 'Commanding'
Jennifer Wests video installations are a mixture of film that has been physically altered with everything from being rolled in food and jello shots to eye liner... See the video of people interacting with her projections from the CK event last night!
Art meets fashion ~ Calvin Klein and LAND came together last night for a stunning collaboration featuring the new Spring 10 collection and works by Jean Shin and Neville Wakefield. Beautiful space as well!
Macallan + W Los Angeles + NOTCOT ~ a fun little get together, first time playing host... and we even got to sip Macallan 57! More interestingly, see the social media component with their favorite, twitter.
The Local Paper is high-end, eco-concious gift wrap. It was developed from a love of pattern and design; the point of view begins with all things architectural and comes full circle with a love for the planet.
I was fortunate enough to see some of East Coast's Morgan Blair's art while she was in San Diego. From her ball-point pen sketches, to her paintings, to her drawings to her photography-- she's all around new and excellent.
Floppy Disk Art by Nick Gentry. Remember floppy disks? Specifically those little 3.5″ diskettes that were the bees knees and cat’s meow? Popularized in the 80s and 90s, they wouldn’t hold the equivalent of one mp3 file?
A luxury electric supercar with a futuristic design characterized by flowing elements that form different layers and interconnect the exterior and the interior. The author is Czech design student Ondrej Jirec.