If you ignorant blokes thought designer vodka was the only vintage coming out of Poland, you’re quite mistaken! The Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow has provided the world with […]
If you ignorant blokes thought designer vodka was the only vintage coming out of Poland, you’re quite mistaken! The Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow has provided the world with this astonishing freelance illustrator – Beata Szczecinska – the beating heart behind CITYABYSS ILLUSTRATION. What is Cityabyss? Started in 2006 London, Szczecinska clarifies it to be a “subjective, symbolic vision of a world, in which human being feel lost, combined with machine or austere buildings and constructions feels more and more distant from the nature.” Tinged with hints of somber despair of the 40s and 50s, various pieces serve as symbolic construction sites where fashion, photography, design, and architecture, meld into elegant dialectics. Neither utopia or distopia, they’re versions of reality where machines seem to take on personalities, seemingly menacing, slightly threatening, informing the world of their presence. The pieces are not overtly loud but subtle, and if you’ve fallen for these pieces as we have, then don’t be passing up Cityabyss Shop where each signed edition, (including custom prints available upon request) can be adorning your walls.
100mq nel cuore di Milano, una casa realizzata in soli 7 giorni con tecnologie di 3D printing all’avanguardia.
Non manca neanche per la collezione 2017 l’esplorazione di Dedar negli ambiti di espressione grafica e arte tessile, e dei loro punti d’unione e forza espressiva nelle realizzazioni su telai […]
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Si chiama YATAY ed è una nuova sneaker attenta all’etica: realizzata artigianalmente in Italia con materiali ecologici di alta qualità, YATAY è una sneaker unisex che si rivolge al mercato del luxury con due silhouette: low and high.
Due silhouettes che arrivano dritte dagli archivi del brand tedesco