Timo Böse: Still life…. reconceptualised!

For the annual Toca Me Design Conference in Munich this past 16th of February 2013, comes a video directed and conceptualised by Timo Böse. It is an introduction to the focal artists at the conference and is both benign and intriguing due to the use of a variety of subtly changing elements. Enjoy!

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Crafts: A matter of scale and pace | Design Indaba

handmade-pottery-from-Moroc-1woven-carpet-by-Egg-Tradingcotton-kadi-from-India-by-Hsilk-and-cotton-kadi-from-IThe following article was crafted by Li Edelkoort and posted in early February of 2009.  Due to its overwhelming importance and relevancy to now, we felt it appropriate to re-visit her thoughts on “craft of a smaller scale, slower pace and a sustainable style.” Photographs courtesy of Design Indaba.


Crafts: A matter of scale and pace | Design Indaba.

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PANTONE Releases Fashion Color Report for Fall 2013 in time for New York Fashion Week, February 7 – 14, 2013


Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, describes in depth the choices for the Fall 2013 Fashion Color Report. “The fall 2013 palette allows for that versatility and experimentation” says Ms Eiseman and that is exactly what you will find with the color choices which are actually a poll of the most popularly used colors by some of fashions top names.

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Trend Directions 2013 a la Maison&Objet

2013 INSPIRATIONS from our friends at MAISON&OBJET Paris.

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Mohair South Africa at Maison&Objet September 7-11, 2012.

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NeoFlora – A social media experiment… with a twist!

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As you browse the Internet, read your email or cruise by your local shopping district, you may at some point stumble upon a new pop-up store, a phenomenon that has been increasingly relied upon for extra sales by both big … Continue reading


mademoiselle maurice star for Viet Nam

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.

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