2013 INSPIRATIONS from our friends at MAISON&OBJET Paris.
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Colorful folds by French artist mademoiselle maurice
The color of these intricately folded and individually applied origami pieces is not only what the work is about. For mademoiselle maurice it is a ‘tribute to all the victims of the violent actions in our world. the message is hard, but speaking about in a dark manner wasn’t necessary for me‘.
This article appeared on designboom, one of TrendCurrents‘ favorite places to seek out what is new, upcoming and different in the world of architecture, art, design and technology.
An assemblage of Artiflor product at the AIFD Partners event this past July.
During the recent American Institute of Floral Designers annual symposium in Miami; which happened the 11th to 15th of July at the Hyatt Regency Downtown, Artiflor was present to show their line of naturally inspired home decor items that included life like mushrooms, beaded wires, artisal ceramics and glasswares as well as a plethora of other sought after, trend inspired and inspiring items. Artiflor is the brainchild of designer Martine van Velden and Marco Rozenbroek and is currently showing their full line just a hop, skip and a jump from the Dallas Market Center. So, when you are in Dallas for the next market or if you find yourself in the area just browsing, please stop by their location at 5610 Maple Ave in Dallas, Texas and be prepared to be inspired. You can also catch the designing duo at the IGC show in Chicago this month!
Here is an interesting article concerning predictions regarding the artistic, creative and entrepreneurial souls out there generated by MPDClick, a UK based leading online trend forecasting service.
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