The story of the luxury brand Fabergé is a fascinating one. Peter Carl Fabergé’s magnificent Eggs capture the era of Catherine the Great, the Romanov, its dynasty and their unparalleled excesses. Considered one of the most renown goldsmith in the world, he created more than 50 Imperial Eggs between 1885 and 1917. Two more were planned for Easter 1918 but were not delivered, due to the Russian Revolution…Read More
You might have caught glimpses of artist Andrea Zarraluqui’s porcelain creations on instagram. If you’re like us, you won’t be able to choose a one and only favourite. Because, you know, variety is the spice of life! Here’s some bit and pieces of this talented painter’s life and work. Andrea was born into a wine producing family and was able to study in in London and New York, cities in which she lectured and perfected her unique style. She started painting on canvas and then moved to the porcelain realm. To develop each piece she mixes paint and plates...Read More
In the era of all-things-digital, where no one writes on paper anymore, calligraphy has become a huge trend among the craft community. Apart from it being a beautiful art, one can’t deny its soothing effects, specially appreciated when viewing artist Seb Lesters in action in Instagram.Read More
The perfect marketing campaign by IKEA. It´s called:”Cook this page”, “The IKEA easy recipe series”. You just have to get the paper, the ingredients, fold it, place it in the owen and you will have an amazing meal. Can it get better? SEE THE VIDEO ...Read More
Veronica Martinez will present GINKGO unique sculpture chandelier, at Galleria Rossana Orlandi in Milan, from April 4 to 9.
The designer and artist Verónica Martínez will present at Galleria Rossana Orlandi, her new piece GINKGO, a unique sculpture chandelier, inspired by the golden leaves of the Ginkgo Biloba tree. Handmade with the technique lost wax casting, this piece of art will shine during the Milan fair coinciding with the biennial Euroluce.
The London Design Biennale in now opened in London at Somerset House. Installations, artworks, prototypes and designs from 37 countries and territories have come together in an entertaining and inspiring exploration of the role of design in our collective futures.Read More
Who knew rubber could be so charming? Designer and architect Arielle Assouline-Lichten has launched a beautiful furniture and object collection called Slash Objects and made of 100% recycled rubber.Read More