Japanese label DEVOA by designer Daisuke Nishida constructs of pattern toward movement of skin, muscle, and frame for an action.
This project is the result of a trip to Paris. My whole interest was bound to an article I read on utopian architecture.
All those weeks later it’s still hard to write about what has happened regarding the American election. Phillip Kremer and Katja Horvat tackle the elephant in the room.
Berlin based sneaker-heaven No74 Berlin opens its doors again after a brief period of absence and presents itself in a complete new look designed in collaboration with Berlin-based creative duo HAW-LIN Services.
In „Inner World” Joao Garcia Miguel intended to chart out that which navigates against the common.
Robert Stieghorst’s timeless approach on social subjects, using mostly old collage material, is now more important than it has ever been before.
THE CARHARTT WIP ARCHIVES presents itself as a diverse visual voyage. Less conceived as a complete survey on the brand’s history, but rather as a celebratory, transatlantic stroll along some of its most formative moments.
In September 2016 Swedish long-established Vodka Super-Brand ABSOLUT raised the vail for their new Limited Edition #ABSOLUTFACET.
Describing Kremer’s work one could say „distorted and disfigured images, massacre of previously totally realistic pictures now looking a bit grotesque” - but in such a humorous way you just want to high-five him.
We all know about the revolution of the 60’s and we are familiar with terms like „youth activism”, „student protests” and „children of the revolution” - but are these phrases of the past?