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  • 3, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    The Wes Anderson Collection: The Grand Budapest Hotel

    A wealth of childlike illustrations.

    Unsurprisingly, Wes Anderson's “The Grand Budapest Hotel” was one of the biggest winners at the most recent Oscars Academy Awards, taking away 4 awards including Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score, Best Achievement in Product...

  • 3, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Teresa Lim

    Sewing a travelogue.

    The titles of 'Illustrator' and 'Textile Designer' cannot fully explain the identity of Teresa Lim. Her works are varied, including illustrations, embroideries and pattern designs. I suppose they are all boundary-crossing forms of works anyways. Capturing the ...

  • 3, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Assembly by Osamu Yokonami

    Beauty in the collective.

    I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of uniforms and the possibility of individuality within the confines of homogeneity. Soldiers during the Vietnam War, for instance, often customized their Zippos with meaningful inscriptions and images, and athletes at my...

  • 2, Mar 2015 - Tech

    Be my eyes app

    Help others see the world.

    I was riding on the MTR one day and, like everyone else on the train, I was keeping myself busy, scrolling through pointless newsfeeds on my iPhone. It wasn't until a sniffling nose came on board that I and two other people sitting next to me stood up immediat...

  • 2, Mar 2015 - Lifestyle

    Dandy Horse by Noir Vif

    Enjoy the environment with gentle mobility.

    The increase of efficiency in life has added to our convenience, but it has also steered us away from the enjoyment of slow living. Speed has blurred our visions and we have forgotten to stop and savor the small, fulfilling things in life. Technology and other...

  • 2, Mar 2015 - Art & Design

    Behind Photographs

    Archiving photographic legends.

    Thanks to the Internet and social media platforms like Instagram, we’re currently in an era that’s saturated with imagery and has made digital celebrities of photographers. It wasn’t long ago, however, that a photographer’s work spoke for itself and iconic pho...

  • 27, Feb 2015 - Lifestyle

    Hanzi • Kanji • Hanja

    Graphic & Logo design with Chinese characters

    During my third year in university, I took a Chinese calligraphy class in which we practiced calligraphy every Thursday afternoon. Learning to write the Small Seal Script from the Qin dynasty to the Regular Script from the Tang dynasty, the teacher always said...

  • 27, Feb 2015 - Lifestyle

    Silver Spoons by Helena Emmans

    Organic shapes and subtle details.

    When it comes to cookware or tableware, I’m a big fan of clean, functional design. Often, this means simple, uniform shapes, durable materials and perhaps even a lack of character, but there’s an undeniable charm to more creative, organic shapes that sometimes...

  • 27, Feb 2015 - Art & Design

    A Look Inside Florian Holzherr’s Workspace

    FvF visits the esteemed architectural photographer.

    The interview section of Freunde von Freunden has become one of my favorite corners of the Internet and for its latest installment, the Berlin-based interiors publication recently visited the workspace of architectural photographer, Florian Holzherr. Based in ...

  • 27, Feb 2015 - Stories

    Moments

    Part and the Whole

    Once you have been in a city long enough, You would become the city. You would dress like it. You would smell like it. You would sound like it. You would move like it. You are the part and the whole.

  • 27, Feb 2015 - Art & Design

    Amanda Kho

    Intimate mementos in our spaces.

    I was attracted by the strings of gentle tones: soft images of marriages; lonely and hesitant faces; the common small corners on the window frame – they reveal the reality that is close to what we experience everyday. These works are by Amanda Kho, a Canadian ...

  • 26, Feb 2015 - Art & Design

    Marija Puipaite

    Embracing Touch

    Once upon a time, there were artists. They were regarded as the gifted ones within the human race and works they produced were expensive and treasured. They were always out of reach and only the elites got to see them. Time started to pass but rules persisted....

  • 25, Feb 2015 - Lifestyle

    f bracelet

    Revealing a sense of simplicity.

    Instead of judging a person's taste and care to details through his or her choice of shoes or watches, why not consider their choice of accessories instead? This kind of non- essential item appears to reflect a direct idea about a person's preferences.We have ...

  • 25, Feb 2015 - Art & Design

    Aaron Rose and Petra Collins for COS

    A tale of two cities.

    One of our go-tos for minimal Scandinavian clothing, COS is gearing up to launch in the U.S. and it’s doing so with an artful, coast-to-coast approach. The Swedish retailer recently enlisted the help of two filmmakers -- Aaron Rose from L.A., and Petra Collins...

  • 24, Feb 2015 - Art & Design

    Stella Maria Baer

    Keeps painting moon.

    The blend of mud yellow, pastel pink and light grey represents the place that she grew up in, which was Santa Fe in New Mexico, a place that she promises to return to soon. Stella Maria Baer is an artist and was an assistant at Titus Kaphar studio from 2008 to...

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