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  • 30, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    Lokz Phoenix

    Love your naked body.

    A long neck matched with a relatively small face, every soft body is oh-so-graceful, with twisted limbs that appear extremely whimsical. Nude but not at all low class, it in fact lingers with a sense of confidence. The portraitures that she depicts evidently o...

  • 30, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    Streaks of Art by Shinoda Toko

    Contemporary Art Show Brings a World of Art to Hong Kong.

    As these powerful strokes of accenting black inked her canvas eloquently through the pictorial space, her vibrant mark has imprinted the world with calligraphies throughout her life of now 101 years.

  • 29, Sep 2014 - Lifestyle

    Mushimegane Books

    A simple series of natural ceramics and porcelain.

    Despite its name, Mushimegane Books isn’t a bookstore or publisher, but a series of ceramics and porcelain based on the theme of people and sounds. The project was established in 2010 by Misa Kumabuchi, a Japanese potter who works out of her studio in Nishinom...

  • 26, Sep 2014 - Lifestyle

    Ralph’s Coffee

    A device that evokes memories.

    I always kick start my day with a cup of coffee. Let it be dripped, pressed, instant or brewed; a day is literally incomplete without that aroma surrounding the interiors of my mouth. I believe a majority of people also share this habit, as we severely attach ...

  • 26, Sep 2014 - Stories

    Discarded Text as Fashion Installation

    Nick Georgiou’s Relics of the Past at Hermès Madison Avenue Boutiques

    Life is but a cycle, that contemplates around different laws of survival. As our modern world transpires into a fast traveling society, glowing with informative screens, who has bothered to pause and reshow appreciation for printed materials? Artist Nick Georg...

  • 26, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    Art Scrub

    An art blog without art.

    It’s been some time since I last posted anything on Tumblr, but it seems that the social media platform is still a great, seemingly limitless source of visual entertainment. Case in point is our team’s recent discovery of Art Scrub, an art-related blog that, s...

  • 25, Sep 2014 - Stories

    Sunglasses Aren’t Just a Commodity

    A Photo Documentary Exhibition by Pazo Ho.

    We can’t just take for granted the power of social media in our currently advanced world. A single image could earn you as small as a “thumbs up”, a sincere compliment, or furthermore, a name. With his images on Instagram though, they have earned him a lifetim...

  • 25, Sep 2014 - Fashion

    Merz b. Schwanen Henley

    An old way of crafting clothes.

    On the Swabian Jura mountains in Germany, a majority of the local people there had farmed for generations, living a stable agricultural life. Yet in 1850, their surrounding lands had become impoverished, making the lives of these farmers very harsh. Because of...

  • 25, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    Sayo Akasaka

    An atypical creative.

    It’s always particularly fascinating when it comes to the idea of conflict, whether inside or out. Touching moments are constantly being found in between differences, where an attractive gravity chasing like an instinct is created.

  • 24, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    Ordinary Beauty Curated by Margaret Howell

    A selection of photographer Edwin Smith’s finest work.

    Hailed by Sir John Betjeman as a “genius at photography” and by Cecil Beaton as “an understanding and loving connoisseur of his subject,” Edwin Smith was a talented British photographer with a knack for capturing the essence of his subjects. The once highly so...

  • 24, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    Undergrowth by Alcarol

    Exploring the design potential of mosses and lichens.

    I’ve always loved the pure, natural quality of wooden objects, but Italian studio Alcarol takes things to a new level – the lowest layer of vegetation, to be exact – with its latest project, “Undergrowth.” Helmed by design duo of Andrea Forti and Eleonora Dal ...

  • 24, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    Landscape Multiple by Caroline Slotte

    A collection of dinner plate landscapes.

    As a child growing up with thrifty parents, I was exposed quite early on to the world of vintage stores, consignment shops and summer garage sales. Most of our kitchenware, in fact, was second-hand, and the best finds often included ceramics and chinaware with...

  • 23, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    The Sound of COS by Lernert & Sander

    Listening to COS’ Fall/Winter 2014 collection.

    We often speak only of sight and touch when it comes to clothing – the color and silhouette of a garment, for instance, or its texture and hand feel. For Fall/Winter 2014, however, Swedish label COS shifts our attention to the noises clothes make with its fasc...

  • 22, Sep 2014 - Art & Design

    nendo’s Rain Bottle Installation

    Exploring language and design at Maison & Objet 2014.

    One of the most beautiful aspects of language, in my opinion, is the ability of a single word to contain a world of meaning, and for a term’s nuances to reflect the unique sensibilities of a culture. The Inuit, for instance, have developed dozens of elaborate ...

  • 22, Sep 2014 - Tech

    Dyson 360 Eye

    The real robot vacuum cleaner.

    Following the signature futuristic style of Dyson, the vacuum cleaner has an inferred sensor and a 360° panoramic camera. At a 45° angle, it can take up to 30 images per second, so that items including walls, photographs and corners in the room can be constant...

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Sayo Akasaka

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An old way of crafting clothes.

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Nick Georgiou’s Relics of the Past at Hermès Madison Avenue Boutiques

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The Sound of COS by Lernert & Sander

Listening to COS’ Fall/Winter 2014 collection.

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Sunglasses Aren’t Just a Commodity

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